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Eaton Power Outlet Panel - Un-Metered
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Eaton

Power Outlet Panel - Un-Metered

$104.00 /each

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A power pedestal is a device designed for outdoor service to meet temporary power requirements at construction sites, marinas, recreational vehicle (RV parks and mobile home parks). Power pedestals provide a safe and reliable means for users to access electricity at such locations.The Eaton Cutler-Hammer 20/30 Amp 2-Space 2-Circuit Unmetered Temporary Power Panel is designed for outdoor electrical service to meet temporary power requirements. The power panel features a removable upper dead-front cover and a lower dead-front cover that rotates 90 Degree for easy routing of incoming wire.

  • Use to provide temporary outdoor electrical service at construction sites, marinas, mobile home parks and/or RV parks
  • Rugged, heavy-duty, 100% galvanized-steel enclosure is coated for durability
  • Doors can be padlocked to help prevent power theft and vandalism
  • Door swings up and open for user convenience and ease of access to breakers and receptacles
  • Unmetered
  • Amp series is 30/20
  • Left position is TT-30R
  • Center position is 5-20R2GFI
  • Breaker Description position is 1st - non-gfi, 2nd non-gfi
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Which voltage do I use for voltage drop calculators, 120 or 240?

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Wherever this box is powered from, there should be an over current disconnect at that location. Normally the disconnect would be a circuit breaker in a panel board to protect the feed wires to this box. There are two possible wiring options when running feed wires from the panel board to this box. Since both outlets are 120-volt only, the feed wires could be a single current carrying conductor, a single Read More
Wherever this box is powered from, there should be an over current disconnect at that location. Normally the disconnect would be a circuit breaker in a panel board to protect the feed wires to this box. There are two possible wiring options when running feed wires from the panel board to this box. Since both outlets are 120-volt only, the feed wires could be a single current carrying conductor, a single neutral wire and a single ground wire (three wires total) protected by an appropriate over current disconnect based on the capacity of the feed wire size such as a single pole breaker in the panel board. A better (more efficient) method to supply the box is to use two current carrying conductors, one neutral wire, and one ground wire (four wires total). The panel board would then contain an appropriate single throw double pole 240 volt breaker (engaging two stabs in the panel board) and each of the two current carrying wires would be connected to one each of the double pole breakers in the panel board and one each of the two 120 volt breakers in the box (240 volts of voltage measured between the two current carrying conductors). Those familiar with feeding sub panel boards will realize this box is dealt within the same fashion. Using four wires rather than three, allows for a common neutral, smaller feed wire gauges all around, and reduced voltage-drop when both the 30 amp and 20 amp outlets are in use. The correct voltage to use for voltage-drop calculations is 120 volts. However, there will be less voltage-drop for any gauge wire selected when the current carrying wires conduct lower amperage. Read Less
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In the panel pictured, you would use 120 volt. both the 20 amp and the 30 amp receptacles are 120 volt. There is one 20 amp 120 volt breaker and one 30 amp 120 volt breaker.
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This is a 120 volt box only, so figure it from there.
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Both, depending upon what is trying to be accomplished. The 30 amp receptacle is using 240V and the 20 amp receptacle is using 120 volt. 240 Volt is the system voltage and is normally used. Again, depending on what need to be measured.
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Can you tie the existing circuits to external outlet boxes?

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I am hoping to run a circuit from this box to another outlet a short distance away.
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Yes and no. The 30 amp RV outlet is a dedicated outlet and no branch circuits should be added to this circuit. The 20 amp ground fault outlets can support a branch circuit to additional 120 volt, 20 or 15 amp outlets. There are terminals on the back of the 20 amp ground fault outlets for connecting a branch circuit that would then have ground fault protection.
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I would think you can, as long as you keep the proper size wire and keep in mind the maximum amps.
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what gauge wire will the lugs accept?

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First of all, anything over 8 gauge wire for a 30 amp circuit (depending on the distance you are going) would be overkill. I'm trying to remember, when I had the front off, while installing the panel. It looked like it would accept 6 gauge easily, just not sure beyond that. Hope that helps.
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Does the panel come with the breakers and plugs? Or will those need to be purchased seperate?

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Yes, both plugs and breakers are installed already.
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Power Outlet Panel - Un-Metered is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 10.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Robust RV Outlet Box This is a well designed RV outlet box offering several installation options. It comes complete with everything but the fasteners to attach it to a mounting surface. The receptacles themselves grip the plugs tightly for maximum current flow and minimum voltage loss. The circuit breakers allow for disconnecting power before plugging in cords if desired. The access door offers weather proof protection when closed and has slots to slide back to hold open if desired. Good quality fit and finish that should give many years of dependable service for both commercial or residential applications.
Date published: 2016-09-07
Rated 1 out of 5 by from This product did not perform as inspected. After installation I still did not have power and cou... This product did not perform as inspected. After installation I still did not have power and could not figure out what the problem was. I ended up having to call an electrician come out and pay a service call to determine the box was wired incorrectly.
Date published: 2016-11-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from As advertised The hard to find panel worked as advertised and was simple to install. However I did take out the GFCI style outlet since I already had two breakers in the circuit. No aggregating false trips.
Date published: 2016-12-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This is just what I needed I always wanted an outlet down at the pole and my sister coming up an ... This is just what I needed I always wanted an outlet down at the pole and my sister coming up an needing a RV outlet was just the push I needed.
Date published: 2016-12-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I like the fact that it came prewired and included a separate GFI outlet for other uses. Very rob... I like the fact that it came prewired and included a separate GFI outlet for other uses. Very robust, I expect to get long service out if it.
Date published: 2016-11-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from RV Hookup Worked very well for my application. Came with everything I needed and already pre- wired. Satisfied with purchase.
Date published: 2016-08-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Power Outlet Panel This outlet box is just what I was looking for. Now I can plug in my 120 volt, 30 amp camper plug. It also has a 120 volt, 20 amp household outlet. I had to flip the household outlet 180 degrees, so the ground lug was at the bottom. It allows a side oriented plug to exit out the bottom opening, to allow the lid to close and be weather proof. The separate circuit breakers are good to have, so a plug can be inserted before the power is turned on.
Date published: 2016-06-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Product was as expected, almost The item appeared to be a well built unit and would have worked well in my case except I was planning on mounting it on a 1-1/4" conduit from the underside and this unit did not have this as a knockout option. The description does not provide knockout information. I returned this unit and replaced it with the 50/30/20 amp version of the same brand which met my needs perfectly with better versatility for only about $10 more.
Date published: 2015-03-10
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