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50 Amp Temporary RV Power Outlet

  • Standard 50A RV receptacle included
  • Easy to install, receptacle assembled at factory
  • Padlock provision for protection of equipment while in use.
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Product Overview

The Temporary RV Power Outlet 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 NEC and OSHA requirements.
  • 1-year warranty
  • Features all-in-one construction for factory assured terminations
  • Rolled GE door for cord protection
  • Manufactured from heavy G-90 zinc coated steel resisting corrosion and fading
  • Welded flan GE NEMA 3R construction
  • Provisioned for a padlock
  • UL listed
  • Closure caps included, hubs ordered separately
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Number of Circuits1112
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Specifications

Dimensions

Load center depth (in.)
5.19
Load center height (in.)
7.13
Load center width (in.)
5.75

Details

Electrical Product Type
Outlet
Load Center Type
Temporary Power
Maximum Amperage (amps)
50
Number of Circuits
1
Number of Spaces
0
Phase Type
1 Phase
Product Weight (lb.)
4.125
Returnable
180-Day
UL Listing
1-UL Listed
Voltage (volts)
240

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
UL Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
One year warranty from first use

Questions & Answers

45Questions65Answers

What is the max wire size for the recep?

Asked by Eric December 28, 2017
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The wire size ranges from #12 to #2 depending on which terminal in the receptacle you are talking about. The line conductors (black and red), and neutral (white) can range from #12 to #8 for solid wire, and from #12 to #4 stranded. The equipment ground can range from #12 to #2. This means that the terminal inside the receptacle is listed for wires this size. If you are using the receptacle at it's rated amperage of 50 amps then use #6 line and neutral conductors. The ground should be #10. They allow the use of bigger conductors to overcome voltage drop due to long lengths of run for the circuit.

can this be hooked to to a 220 volt supply line?

Asked by Hugospro November 22, 2012
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This will work with your RV IF...IF you wire it correctly. You should have four wires coming to this outlet, two 120 V lines (typically one black and one red wire but can be both black), one white wire (neutral) and a ground wire. It is crucial that ALL NEW installations be checked with a volt meter. The voltage between X and Y should be 240-Volt, X and W 120-Volt, Y and W 120-Volt, X and G 120-volt, Y and G 120-volt, W and G 0-Volt. Always check ALL outlets before plugging in the first time. "Your RV must be thought of as one very large 120-volt appliance. Even certified electricians who are unfamiliar with RVs can mistakenly assume an enormous RV is a 240-volt appliance, but plugging it into a 240-volt supply will destroy all appliances and accessories, and can cause fire. A wrongly-wired 50-amp service can introduce 240 volt electricity to your RV with the same results."

Can this be wired for a 120V system instead of a 240V system? I am switching a current 30 amp re...

Asked by Dave May 15, 2018
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No. This is designed for 240 V connections like an EV Charger or RV connection. It can deliver 120V as well but that is by using the common (white wire). Also, I think you should consult an electrician. You wire may not be big enough to support 50 Amps.

What size SE connector will the knock out fit and is it large enough for a 6/3 wire with ground?

Asked by Rocky June 16, 2018
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Yes. I installed 6/ 3 with ground (4 wires) without issue. Various size Knock outs on the box to suite your needs.

I want to come into the box from the top.

Asked by DWP July 20, 2016
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Holy cow, everyone mentions the obvious "come out of the top" and "you need a hub"...yet no one here gives the Type of Hub needed. Good job guys, not only people here but the manufacturer also does not mention the Hub Type on their specs...geez. Pulling teeth

is the outlet included with the box

Asked by paul September 22, 2019
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Yes the receptacle comes installed in the box. That is why it is critical that you properly match it to your requirements.

Daisy Chain outlets?

Asked by Bob July 9, 2019
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First of all in theory the answer is YES. However make sure that you do so CORRECTLY using the appropriate size wire (I suggest you use 6GA THHN wire). This should all be done using Conduit and single conductors instead of using 6/3 cable with a ground as in is not permissible by code to run the cable unprotected between outlets. Also be sure to ground the enclosure and that the circuit is protected by the appropriate 50AMP 2 Pole breaker.

Maximum wire size? I'm installing this outlet as a "temporary" solution for electric car chargin...

Asked by thisguy May 29, 2018
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It is a concern of distance as there is a voltage drop over a hundred feet anything less I wouldn't worry about 10 gauge for 30 amp 8 gauge for 40 amp 6 gauge for 50 amp so 4 gauge so number two is going to push you up to like 80 amps do you know I'm saying 75 or 80 amps and I don't know that they make a charger that big in the case that you still wanted to use bigger wire on a smaller breaker I would just trim a couple of the strands to fit into the breaker as that's not going to affect its performance on a lower voltage breaker if you went to a higher breaker I would just cut that end off that you had snip those wires us having brand new wires to insert into the breaker

Would it be possible to install this over a single gang box?

Asked by Nate July 29, 2017
5
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Yes, but use a plastic snap in bushing - 3/4".

I got a question I got a RV it's hook in to a fuse box ok but the in side fusebox is old as mud can you tell how to fix

Asked by Chris November 17, 2017
5
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Replace with anew circuit breaker box.

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