A: On the bottom of the box is a concentric knockout with sizes from 1/2" up to 1-1/2". On the top of the box is a provision to use a Siemens HR style hub.
A: You'll have to call the stores directly for their inventory. If it isn't in stock at the store they can also place an order for you or purchase it through the website.
A: Use a 10 Gauge wire, no longer than 25'. Red = Hot, White = Return, Green or naked = Ground. 3 leads total.
A: You simply need to run 3 conductors to the box (hot, neutral and ground) from your service panel. In your service panel you will need to install a 120V, 30A circuit breaker to feed the box. Wiring for 30A will be minimum 10AWG but may need to be sized up depending on variables like the length of run, if its buried/in conduit, wire jacket type etc.
A: If you have a 30 amp camper then it is wired up the same way as any 110 volt standard plugin in your home. You will need a 30 amp breaker single pole. Black wire goes on the breaker, white wire will go on the lead in the breaker box ( look for where the rest of the white wires are at ) the same goes for the ground ( Bare copper wire )
A: Your best bet is to contact one of the stores in Puerto Rico directly about availability and if they don't have stock they should still be able to special order it for you.
|Brand||Connecticut Electric||Connecticut Electric||Midwest Electric Products||Midwest Electric Products|
|Name||50-Amp RV Power Outlet||30-Amp RV Power Outlet||30 Amp Temporary RV Load Center Power Outlet||30 Amp Temporary RV Power Outlet with Breaker|
|Number of Circuits||0||1||1||1|
|Electrical Product Type||Outlet||Outlet||Load Center||Outlet|
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