Internet #204795809

Model #R5133718

Store SKU #462691

Store SO SKU #462691

1-1/4 in. Box Adapter

91¢

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Product Overview

The box adapter is used to connect nonmetallic conduit or a fitting to any electrical box or enclosure. The hub portion is positioned inside the box or enclosure and the cylinder protrudes through a hole or knockout. Nonmetallic conduit or female fitting or coupling can then be connected using solvent weld cement.
  • Adapter used with the hub inside a box or enclosure
  • Cylinder protrudes through a hole in the box wall and is solvent welded to a female fitting outside the box or enclosure
  • Meets NEMA TC3 requirements
  • Made in the United States
  • Made of rigid PVC

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
2.05
Product Height (in.)
1.36
Product Width (in.)
2.05
Trade Size (in.)
1-1/4

Details

Application type
PVC
Compatible conduit type
PVC
Electrical Product Type
Adapter
Fitting type
Adapter
Material
PVC
Package Quantity
1
Paintable/Stainable
No
Product Weight (lb.)
.041
Returnable
180-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
UL Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
Limited 1 year

Questions & Answers

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This is not a picture of a box adapter, it is a threaded male adapter. Can you please update eith...

Asked by nmee98J September 27, 2017
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This picture has been changed. Thank you for bringing it to our attention.

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If you want maximum room left inside the box, use this fitting instead of the more traditional th...
If you want maximum room left inside the box, use this fitting instead of the more traditional threaded male adapter when routing conduit to or from a load center. The problem with a traditional male adapter and lock ring is that the threads of the male fitting protrude a significant distance inside the box. By contrast, this fitting provides a smooth surface (without the use of an insulated bushing) and protrudes only 1/4 inch or so inside the box. You can begin bending and routing the wires immediately inside the box giving more room to comply with NEC minimum bend radius of heavy conductors. The only disadvantage is that there is no lock nut to loosen in case you need to adjust the conduit run. Be sure all is right the first time! I've never had to do it, but I'm sure that cutting this off a box once installed would be a pain.
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