|Name||20-Amp Power Inlet Box,||30 Amp Temporary Power Inlet||Temporary Power Outlet Panel 20 and 50 Amp Receptacles - Unmetered|
|Maximum Amperage (amps)||20||30||125|
|Electrical Product Type||Box||Power Inlet Box||Power Inlet Box|
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That is the design of the box. I haven't open it after it rained but it is rated for outdoor use.
No it is 3R which is raintight, so best not to, but if you must you would need a Meyers hub, sealing locknut or other suitable method to keep water out, caulk is not the answer!
Yes. I wired my box with 10-4 wire. No problems.
Hi, no holes but various size knockouts
No!! Check your code for size
CS6364 is fine. L14-50R is a receptacle (http://www.globalsources.com/si/AS/Zhangjiagang-Youcheng/6008825106571/pdtl/UL-Plugs-and-Receptacles--Nema-L14-50r--receptacl/1069992595.htm) like one for el. dryer. Plug for it is NOT a twist-lock.
Yes. But why? Looks to have excellent powder coat paint, matches other utilities.
10 gauge is code for 30 amps and that's what the plug is rated. It will accept 8 gauge (like I installed) but 6 gauge is too big.
Yes. And it is considered "weathertight while in use" due to the configuration of the door on the panel box. Nicely made enclosure - better than any of the plastic boxes.
This box contains an L14-30P (male plug) receptacle. The female end of the extension cord would plug into the box. The male end of the cord plugs into the generator. It’s a 30 amp rated unit. Make sure that meets your needs.