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100 Amp 3-Space 3-Circuit 240-Volt Unmetered RV Outlet Box with 50/30/20 Amp GCFI Circuit Protected Receptacles

$139.50 /each
  • Single unit to accommodate any RV; 50A, 30A or 20A
  • One open space available to add an additional 120V circuit
  • 20A receptacle is GFCI protected, 50A and 30A standard protection

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The Unmetered Surface Mount is factory-assembled and factory-tested. It comes to the construction job site ready to use with no need to assemble individual parts, saving installation time. The single, heavy-gauge NEMA 3R rainproof enclosure protects against weather, vandalism and nuisance tripping. It is lockable and is engineered for maximum protection of receptacles, cords, plugs, breakers. The unit complies with National Electrical Code and OSHA requirements.

  • All-in-1 construction for factory assured terminations
  • Rolled edge door for cord protection
  • Heavy galvanized zinc coated steel, with highest quality electro-deposition finish - resists corrosion and fading
  • Welded flange NEMA 3R construction for lasting service in outdoor installations
  • UL listed
  • Padlock provision can prevent unauthorized entry
  • Dead front construction prevents accidental contact with live parts
  • All components are factory wired and assembled, reducing installation time
  • Power outlet door has stay-open position for user convenience
  • All terminals accept copper or aluminum wire for added installation flexibility
  • Broad range of concentric knock-outs to accommodate wiring needs
  • All units with 12-2 Cu/Al equipment ground lug
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Is the 30 amp breaker a gfci breaker?

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August 20, 2013
Hi, I want to use this in a wet location and want the 30 amp breaker to be a gfci. The description is unclear if just the 20 amp is gfci. or if the 30 amp is as well
From the picture I do not see the test button, but the description is fuzzy.
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Hurley, WI
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August 23, 2016
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Just the 20 amp which is in turn connected to the 30 amp connector. So, technically, yes.
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June 6, 2016
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No the 30 amp is not a GFCI. You can put a 20 amp. plug in it.
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October 21, 2014
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Azap: None of the breakers are GFCI. The 20 amp circuit has a GFCI OUTLET (it has a test button and reset button as they all do), but the 30 amp breaker is a standard breaker. THQP I think. Hard to read it when I zoom into the photo.
You could replace the 30 amp breaker with a GFCI type, if you wish.
It is presumed that your RV / travel trailer will have appropriate GFCI outlets where necessary (e.g.,
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Azap: None of the breakers are GFCI. The 20 amp circuit has a GFCI OUTLET (it has a test button and reset button as they all do), but the 30 amp breaker is a standard breaker. THQP I think. Hard to read it when I zoom into the photo.
You could replace the 30 amp breaker with a GFCI type, if you wish.
It is presumed that your RV / travel trailer will have appropriate GFCI outlets where necessary (e.g., near water faucets).
The 20 amp GFCI has the usual 'down-stream' line connections if you want to wire more 20 amp outlets to it. That would be rare, but... you never know.. Some folks may want to add a sub-box on the post with perhaps a quad set of 20 amp outlets protected by the GFCI inside this box.
Take a look at my photos of the inside. You can see the breakers, and the wiring to the 30 and 20 amp outlets on the cover plate.
Note all lugs are 'dual' -- i.e., you can pass thru / daisy chain another RV box or two or three if you have good gauge (6 gauge is what I used) wires.
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June 19, 2014
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I misspoke above the 30 amp outlet is not a gfci. Only the 20 amp outlet is.
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Yes, the 30 Amp breaker is a GFCI.
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June 6, 2014
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20 amp has test button. I don't see anything on 50 and 30. This is same panels they use in campsites around here
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Indian Springs, Alabama
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May 27, 2014
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Only the 20 ampere circuit is GFI protected. The description should be better worded to specify such.
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Reno, NV
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November 23, 2013
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The 30 amp RV outlet is not GFCI protected. The 50 isn't either. Those outlets are not meant for general use as a convenience receptacle.
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October 22, 2013
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The 30 amp is the usual type seen at camp grounds but the 20 amp is a gfci
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Atlanta, GA
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September 9, 2013
Answer: 
Hi Azap,
Thank you for your question.
The MFG did confirm that The 20A outlet is the only one that is GFI protected on this unit.
Hope this helps.
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are these boxes equiped with double lugs so that power can be run out of the box to the next one

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oklahoma
September 13, 2013
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June 21, 2016
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No this is a single use power box.
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March 22, 2016
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Single lug not multi tap
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Yes each bus bar has 2 connectors.
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October 21, 2014
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Yes! This 100 amp 3 circuit RV outlet box has dual lugs for the 240 volt power leads, as well as the (white) neutral line. The neutral has a lug-strip with big ports for perhaps 4 gauge (I used 6 gauge because I had it on hand) on both ends and several more screw-tight ports for normal 14-12-10 gauge whatever you might have).
There are two lugs for the 240 volt lines in the center bay, and one on each
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Yes! This 100 amp 3 circuit RV outlet box has dual lugs for the 240 volt power leads, as well as the (white) neutral line. The neutral has a lug-strip with big ports for perhaps 4 gauge (I used 6 gauge because I had it on hand) on both ends and several more screw-tight ports for normal 14-12-10 gauge whatever you might have).
There are two lugs for the 240 volt lines in the center bay, and one on each side for the other 240 volt line. Hard to describe, see the photo -- the bus bar runs behind the center two for the outer two.
You can easily 'daisy-chain' this box right on down the line for many more RV outlets, limited only by the size of the wire and your source distribution box and breakers. Consider each box (outlets) are protected by the internal breakers, so there is no problem within each box.
Be sure to comply with local codes... heh heh.
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Yes there are double lugs.
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October 22, 2013
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yes, it is possible to run from this box to another
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September 27, 2013
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Hi Mark,
Thank you for your question.
The MFG does confirm that These can be loop fed.
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Can enclosure cover be closed & locked with extension cords still plugged in?

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Alan
Lexington VA
June 19, 2013
I would like to have my extension cords plugged in and the rain cover closed & padlocked at all times. Does this unit support this capability?
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June 10, 2016
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No, the cover will not close all the way.
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Alan: Yes, you can plug in to all three outlets, run the wires/cables/ out the bottom, close the door / lid, and then... lock the door using a small padlock in the tabs on the right side!
I wish I had a good photo for you, but failed to take one.
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Yes, if the plugs aren't too bulky.
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Yes it does.
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Indian Springs, Alabama
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Yes! As long as the plug is not too long. If the plug is too long, the lid might not close.
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yes.
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June 28, 2013
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Hello Alan and thank you for your question.
Yes. When closed and padlocked, the GE 100 Amp 120/240 Volt Unmetered RV Outlet Box with 50 Amp, 30 Amp and 20 Amp GCFI Circuit Protected Receptacles (Model # GE1LU532SS) will be able to support your plugged-in extensions cords.
Best wishes on your project.
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What does Load Center Type - Temporary Power mean?

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If I had this installed and family visited, would they be able to stay plugged in for a week?
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They could stay as long as they like (at least until you have to throw them out). Temporary power simply means that you connect via a plug-in outlet, such as with an RV power cord.
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Michelle: As an RV hook-up box, certainly your family and friends can plug in for a day, a week, a month or a year!
Their concept of 'temporary power' is like when a construction company sets up a trailer/office or needs 'temporary' (maybe a few weeks, or 6 months?) power for power tools. This can be set up as a sub-power box, with just those three circuit breakers in it to protect the three outlets. In
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Michelle: As an RV hook-up box, certainly your family and friends can plug in for a day, a week, a month or a year!
Their concept of 'temporary power' is like when a construction company sets up a trailer/office or needs 'temporary' (maybe a few weeks, or 6 months?) power for power tools. This can be set up as a sub-power box, with just those three circuit breakers in it to protect the three outlets. In that case, the only difference in the installation is you are supposed to connect the (supplied inside) jumper wire from the ground lug (grounded box) to the white 'neutral' wire. You do not do that if you have it set up as an RV hook-up box -- because in an RV box, the white neutral is 'floating' (not attached to ground in this box) and is the other half of a 120 Volt circuit. In reality, the neutral is grounded at the source circuit breaker box when used as an RV box.
But a 'temporary power' user (such as a construction crew) would probably be getting its power right off a power pole transformer thru a temporary meter. So this becomes the primary distribution box in their case -- not in your case!
Long explanation to say you don't use the jumper wire when this box is an RV outlet box.
And... you can use this box as an RV box for 100 years or more -- I promise!
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Yes. They could stay indefinitely.
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They could stay as long as they wanted. Load center type-temporary power simply means that the box is normally mounted to a pole, and someone can simply plug into the box as homebuilders do to operate power tools, lights, etc.
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April 21, 2014
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Dear Michelle,
Please find below the response from the Manufacturer
"The term “Temporary Power” refers to temporarily supplying power to a jobsite while construction is in process. This unit is used a lot for that application but also as an RV outlet and other uses. There is no time limit to the use of the item. It will function just as any other outdoor load center or receptacle will function."
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Dear Michelle,
Please find below the response from the Manufacturer
"The term “Temporary Power” refers to temporarily supplying power to a jobsite while construction is in process. This unit is used a lot for that application but also as an RV outlet and other uses. There is no time limit to the use of the item. It will function just as any other outdoor load center or receptacle will function."
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Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good value Excellent product great price. Would buy again. Fast shipping. July 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Exactly what I was looking for Great panel to set outside for an RV hookup. Easy to install. June 22, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Simple to hook up Easy to hookup. Works great. Would like firmer method securing the outlets, typical 2 screws to steady a 50A circuit. May 24, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent Product - One small Flaw This is an Excellent Product Except the Instruction Schematic Label affixed inside is to small print. April 26, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great design I like how it provides a 240v receptacle and a 120v 30 amp option. Easy to install March 22, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by RV outlet power box Well made works as described, I am using this for a welder outlet power and for and RV the 30 amp plug work for the RV and runs the A/C and the 50 amp plug work well for my welder and my air compressor in my shop. March 5, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by I am happy with my RV panel order. This product is exactly what I wanted. It shipped and arrived very quickly and in good condition via UPS. Installed easy. I used a 6x8 treated wood post. A 4x4 won't have space for the screws. This panel has all 3 plugs. 50/30/20 - It's worth spending the extra $40 and having all 3 just in case. ALSO there is one Extra slot for an added circut as you can see with the extra smaller conduit going up the tree I added a Yard light. August 13, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Exactly what I was looking for, at a good price not fancy, but meets the requirements as per my project May 14, 2014
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