Model # E989NNJ-CAR

Internet #100404097

Store SKU #499982

Carlon 4 in. x 4 in. x 2 in. PVC Junction Box
0034481066811

Carlon

4 in. x 4 in. x 2 in. PVC Junction Box

$737 /each
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The Junction Box is made from plastic and is CSA and UL listed with a NEMA 6P rating per Section 314.29, Exception of the NEC. It features a foam-in-place gasket lid with stainless steel screws. The box is designed to provide protection against external ice formation, falling dirt, hose-directed water and water entry during prolonged submersion.

  • For indoor and outdoor use
  • Plastic construction
  • Foam-in-place gasket lid attached with stainless-steel screws
  • Designed to not rust or corrode
  • NEMA type 6P and type 4/4x ratings
  • CSA and UL listed and fire rated to help ensure safety
  • Note: product may vary by store

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Can you mount a security camera on theses boxes? any other recommendations in addition if so?

Can you mount a security camera on theses boxes? any other recommendations in addition if so?
Asked by: Steve
That's how I plan to use them. The Reolink bullet cameras I purchased are very light - but have a wiring pigtail that I need to conceal. The choice is either drill a hole in the siding of my house and try to fish wire through the wall, which would be very difficult, leave it dangling, or use a box like this to conceal the wire. The wires BTW consist of an ethernet connector, a power connector and a reset button. Definitely don't want to leave that exposed! I can either mount the camera to the house siding directly and then run the cable through this box to connect to the POE ethernet cable, or mount the camera on the lid of this box. Just have to bore a 3/4" hole and 3 holes for the camera mount (it's about 2" in diameter with 3 holes in a triangle shape). The house siding is T-111 - so the least fuss would be mount the camera to the lid of this box, and route the ethernet cable through a hole in the back and mount it over one of the vertical grooves of the T-111 - then drill through the siding at or above the sill plate into the crawl space - and bring the wire up in my equipment closet. Seems like a great and sturdy box for that purpose. I haven't done it yet - but this seems to be the least intrusive way to mount a camera to the house without messing up the siding or boring a large hole.
Answered by: CornDawg
Date published: 2017-06-18

would this be the best box to use for a solar system tie in. It will be exposed on the roof, flat. Can I use caulking to fill holes from wires?

Asked by: Mitch
The location would be fine as it's weather-proof. If you have cables coming out of it, you should use weather-proof strain relief connectors on the box and run the cables through them. No calking required (or recommended). See pic.
Answered by: Dminion
Date published: 2017-06-22

Do I just drill holes into the box to make gangs?

Asked by: MES
You got it. You can put the holes wherever you need. I used a punch to mark the center, a pilot drill bit for the initial hole and then followed by a step bit. It was really easy to drill.
Answered by: Dminion
Date published: 2017-01-21

Im using this j box outside for two 12ga and one 10 ga circuts. Running pvc in and pvc out to two outlet boxes. Not sure what the best fittingbto use

Asked by: Ohio
It can vary depending on the application, one possibility is a box adapter such as the E996D
Answered by: Thomas & Betts
Date published: 2017-05-11
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4 in. x 4 in. x 2 in. PVC Junction Box is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from These boxes are great. I used them to build some light pods for camping and festivals. They were ... These boxes are great. I used them to build some light pods for camping and festivals. They were easy to drill and look great!
Date published: 2017-01-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Just what I needed and waterproof too Just what I needed and waterproof too
Date published: 2017-01-10
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