Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 22
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by JG Not so easy
Box came with no installation material. Good wiring diagram in the cover, however, the factory installed wiring left no room to add the power chords. The receptacles are riveted into the mounting bracket, and the connecting wires do not allow movement so you can add wire. There is no bottom center access hole/punch out. 1-1/4" is the biggest access, which could be tight if you need to run heavy wire. The ground wire tree does not have enough mounting spaces, you will need to add one for complete wiring and local codes. This was not an easy wiring solution as implied on the box. good luck
July 3, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by bookinit Nice product
This is a nice solid electric box. The only problem I had was with the wire size.
I had to use number 4 wire from my main electric box to this one, but this box was made for number 6 wire or smaller. So I had to be a bit creative in attaching my big wires to this box.
December 9, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by BigDaddy Quality Product and a Good Value
This is a well made product and worked perfectly for my install. It is also a great value when compared to the prices of its competition. In my opinion, you would not be getting better quality by purchasing one of the "name brands". One minor complaint. The door / latching mechanism works so well that you will need to use both hands to unlatch and open the access door (hold down the bottom latch while pushing the door upwards on its sliding hinges). This should not be an issue for the home user. If you are doing a commercial install and will have an occasion to "check" inside a bunch of these on a regular basis (like an RV Park) you may want to evaluate other brands for one-hand access.
December 13, 2010
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by EDJ009 This product is what it says it is.
I bought this for my new camper. I had install a service for it with a small receptacle box. It made a tight fit when plugging the 50amp service cord up and it wasn't very weather proof. When I add a surge protector it was too much weight for it. So I redone it and bought this service panel and it work out great. The cord comes out the bottom allow you to close the door and you can lock it to keep the kids away. Great little panel.
May 11, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Thomas Good but not Great
I purchased this product with the purpose of hooking up my fifth wheel to have 50 amp service. It worked for that. The down side is that it is constructed to except feed from the top(from a overhead feed). Most feed are made from the bottom (underground feed). There is a additional 120v receptacle that is right in the way, and has to be removed while installing a feed from the bottom of box. Needles to say it is easer to remove than to reinstall. With that said, my fifth wheel hooked up and all is well. If you are not electrical inclined I recommend you do not try this on your own.
September 16, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by skater Best RV Breaker box
The box came factory wired which made it quick and easy to install. It uses a standard 50 amp breaker which will be easy to replace in the future. The breaker box should last for many years without any problems. I ordered it online and it came in 5 days and shipping was free. I'll order more products from Home Depot in the future.
July 21, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by H2OBBY OK, probably
This will probably be OK. The only issue I have is that it is labeled an "RV" product - most motorhomes (including mine), that use 50-amp service, have a 50-amp male plug that has a hefty handle on the plug to facilitate un-plugging. This box doesn't have enough depth in front of the recepticle to allow the weather-proof door to close when the cable is in place ! I solved this by cutting the nice handle off of the plug...
March 25, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by mike The panel box is prewired. Just add 220 line and your done. Very simple and very reasonable price...
Home depot shipped in a day and I received a few days later. Web site is very easy to navigate and order. Job well done....
October 8, 2011