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GE

Model # U041CP

Internet # 202307106

Store SKU # 345709

70 Amp Power Outlet Box

$91.78 /each

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Product Overview

Enhance your electrical system with the GE 70 Amp RV Power Outlet Box. Featuring 70 Amps of maximum power, this durable box features a gray enclosure and is ANSI certified and UL listed for safety. The box is protected by a lifetime manufacturer warranty for your convenience.

  • Gray enclosure
  • 70 Amp maximum power
  • ANSI certified
  • UL listed
  • Pad lockable for security

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Dimensions

Product Depth (in.) 
14.5 
Product Height (in.) 
5.5 
Product Width (in.) 
7.25 

Details

Electrical Product Type 
Power Inlet Box 
Maximum Amperage (amps) 
70 
Product Weight (lb.) 
9.69 lb 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Voltage (volts) 
120 

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings 
ANSI Certified,1-UL Listed 
Manufacturer Warranty 
One year after first use. 

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120v/240v

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Does this require a 240v input to operate or could it operate from 120v input?
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Thank you for your response, it was very helpful and I will contact an electrician if I have any problems.
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I recently purchased this item to use for our parked/stored mini camper trailer, and I had the same basic questions that you did, I did research on line, and advice from many people, which I wasn't satisfied with. I just got through installing the 70 amp Power Box this afternoon
Let me tell you what I did, as this will help you and others. There are 2 - 120v outlets in the box. You will need to get a 50 Read More
I recently purchased this item to use for our parked/stored mini camper trailer, and I had the same basic questions that you did, I did research on line, and advice from many people, which I wasn't satisfied with. I just got through installing the 70 amp Power Box this afternoon
Let me tell you what I did, as this will help you and others. There are 2 - 120v outlets in the box. You will need to get a 50 amp double pole circuit breaker (Square D Homeline 50 Amp Two-Pole Circuit Breaker - or whatever type breaker your panel uses) for your panel that you will be feeding the 70 amp power outlet box from. The 50 amp double pole breaker will take two 120v leads to the box. I researched the wire, and what you will need to purchased is the proper gauge wire for whatever distance you are running - in my case, I was able to go with 6/3 with ground copper (4 wires) outdoor wire (6-3 UF-B W/G (By-the-Foot)), all I could find was the outdoor wire, not the direct burial, which means that it would have to be in a conduit. The 6/3 with ground has a red, black, white and a ground wire in it (flat casing - looks like an appliance cord on steroids!). I used 1 1/4" grey PVC to run it in. Made placement of the box where I wanted it, then put the PVC together from the box to the outside wall of my workshop. We then tried to pull the wire, but, with 4 swoop 90 degree els, and the distance we had to pull the wire through, you may want to do half, pull the wire through to that point, then finish the rest, depending on the distance you're traveling. We had remove the wire, then cut the PVC, re-run the wire to that point, then feed it through the other half, then cement the two halves together.
Wiring was straight forward - the red and black wires go to the breaker, the white wire to the neutral, and the bare copper wire (ground) to the ground on both the main panel that you will be pulling from, and on the 70 amp box.
On the 70 amp box, when wiring it, the copper ground will go to the grounding lug on the right side - where the green ground wires connect to from both plugs. The white wire will go to the neutral connection point - and note that it feeds in from the top, not the side. Likewise then, the black wire and red wire will go into the top (pointing down toward the breakers) of the connection point above the breakers. Since it started to rain, had to call it quits and clean up, but will drive a grounding rod and run a copper grounding wire to it for safety sake.
Disclaimer: I'm not an electrician, but was able to check out codes and instead of coming up short and not doing it properly, I may have overdone the gauge, but it's better to go overboard than to have the wire heat up and burn. If you have any questions or feel that you're not capable to doing the work, PLEASE check with an electrician!!!!!!!! Read Less
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Does this outlet box include the 30 amp and 20 amp breakers?

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The box has a 30 amp breaker for the RV plug, and a 20 amp breaker for the outlet.
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Hi Rgevans871,
Thank you for your question.
Yes this box comes with a 1 pole 30A breaker, a 1 pole 20A breaker and space for another 1 pole breaker. The breakers are wired to the existing outlets. For more information you can go to midwestelectric.com and search for u041c (Temp Power Products).
Hope this helps.
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is that a gfci breaker on the 20 amp outlet

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No, it is not a GFCI Breaker.
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Does The Home Depot carry a 1 1/4" RX Hub to fit the U041CP panel?

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Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. Because every project is different, I believe the best advice would be to talk to one of our many specialty department professionals at your local Home Depot store. For any other questions, please visit your nearest local Home Depot store or call us at HomeDepot.com Customer Service 1-800-430-3376. Thank you for shopping Home Depot.
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Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Breaker Box Works perfect for what we need. Really glad we got one that has the additional receptacle. April 5, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by it is only 50 amp as delivered I was not happy. The box was only 50 amp, not 70. The holes for the blanking plate on top were not tapped & the screws provided were not self tapping. This meant a 15 mile trip to town to buy 4 new screws. Strike two! October 6, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by 70-Amp Power Outlet Box Since I just got through answering someones question, let me add this in as my review as well. Ordering and shipping and receipt of the box that I ordered through Home Depot was fast, easy and got the product in short order. Install had to wait for a weekend, and until I could afford all the parts - see below: I purchased this item to use for our parked/stored mini camper trailer, I did research on line, and advice from many people, which I wasn't satisfied with. I just got through installing the 70 amp Power Box this afternoon There are 2 - 120v outlets in the box. You will need to get a 50 amp double pole circuit breaker (Square D Homeline 50 Amp Two-Pole Circuit Breaker - or whatever type breaker your panel uses) for your panel that you will be feeding the 70 amp power outlet box from. The 50 amp double pole breaker will take two 120v leads to the box. I researched the wire, and what you will need to purchased is the proper gauge wire for whatever distance you are running - in my case, I was able to go with 6/3 with ground copper (4 wires) outdoor wire (6-3 UF-B W/G (By-the-Foot)), all I could find was the outdoor wire, not the direct burial, which means that it would have to be in a conduit. The 6/3 with ground has a red, black, white and a ground wire in it (flat casing - looks like an appliance cord on steroids!). I used 1 1/4" grey PVC to run it in. Made placement of the box where I wanted it, then put the PVC together from the box to the outside wall of my workshop. We then tried to pull the wire, but, with 4 swoop 90 degree els, and the distance we had to pull the wire through, you may want to do half, pull the wire through to that point, then finish the rest, depending on the distance you're traveling. We had remove the wire, then cut the PVC, re-run the wire to that point, then feed it through the other half, then cement the two halves together. Wiring was straight forward - the red and black wires go to the breaker, the white wire to the neutral, and the bare copper wire (ground) to the ground on both the main panel that you will be pulling from, and on the 70 amp box. On the 70 amp box, when wiring it, the copper ground will go to the grounding lug on the right side - where the green ground wires connect to from both plugs. The white wire will go to the neutral connection point - and note that it feeds in from the top, not the side. Likewise then, the black wire and red wire will go into the top (pointing down toward the breakers) of the connection point above the breakers. Since it started to rain, had to call it quits and clean up, but will drive a grounding rod and run a copper grounding wire to it for safety sake. Disclaimer, I'm not an electrician, but was able to check out codes and instead of coming up short and not doing it properly, I may have overdone the gauge, but it's better to go overboard than to have the wire heat up and burn. If you have any questions or feel that you're not capable to doing the work, PLEASE check with an electrician!!!!!!!! Super product, and looks nice, and works GREAT! October 31, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by RV Electrical Supply Box The "campground" type box was a very good value and serves me well, as it allows me to attach my RV to 30 amp service at my residence. October 14, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good quality, inspector said I needed gfci breaker on the 240 v service Good quality, shipped and received on time, inspector said the 240 volt breaker needed to gfci type also. July 31, 2012
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