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null 30 Amp 125/250 volt Non-Metallic Power Inlet Box NEMA L14-30 with Spring-Loaded Flip Lid-DISCONTINUED
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30 Amp 125/250 volt Non-Metallic Power Inlet Box NEMA L14-30 with Spring-Loaded Flip Lid-DISCONTINUED

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Use a power inlet box when you need to plug in your generator outdoors to connect to a transfer switch indoors. This non-metallic power inlet box is mounted on the exterior of a house or building, and your installer will run wire through the wall over to the transfer switch. Rated at 30 Amps for generators up to 7500 watts, this NEMA 3R-rated non-metallic enclosure is made from durable, glass-filled nylon and includes a 30 Amp 125/250V male inlet in NEMA configuration L14-30 on bottom, protected by a spring-loaded flip lid to keep out dirt and insects when it's not in use. Works with any transfer switch rated at 30 Amps. UL Listed.

  • Rated at 30 Amps @ 125/250 Volts, for generators up to 7500 Watts
  • Mounts on exterior of house, 24 in. above grade
  • Non-metallic NEMA 3R enclosure includes 6 knockouts for ultimate wiring flexibility
  • Includes spring-loaded flip lid to protect inlet from dirt, moisture and insects when no tin use
  • Compatible with 30 Amp transfer switches and generators up to 7500 Watts
  • NEMA Configuration L14-30
  • UL Listed

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Rated 4.0 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Does The Job; Could Be Easier to Install/Use This is a well-made power inlet box. However, it would benefit from having a template for the wall mount and it would help if the twist-lock plug receptacle had external markings to mate the location of how the plug its to be inserted - otherwise you may be fumbling on wet ground in the rain or snow to look up inside the bottom of the receptacle to see which way the plug fits into the receptacle - not fun during a storm/power outage. But overall, it works. July 10, 2013
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