Internet #204377480

Model #TL17US

Store SKU #458075

Store SO SKU #1001209566

Temporary Power Outlet Panel 20 and 50 Amp Receptacles - Unmetered

  • Surface Mount, Un-Metered, Temporary Power Panel
  • Provides temporary power until electrical power is available
  • For Construction site Applications
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Product Overview

Talon's line of power outlet panels is designed to meet the demands for temporary power at construction sites and recreational vehicle parks. For construction site applications, power outlet panels are installed for temporary use only until electrical power is available at the site. Recreational Vehicle parks use power outlet panels on a permanent basis as a power source for the RV's distribution system. A wide variety of configurations are available to address almost any application. Design options include surface (pole mount) and pedestal mount construction, with or without meter socket provisions and top or bottom feed.
  • Includes a 20 Amp and a 50 Amp receptacle
  • Temporary power outlet panel is unmetered
  • Surface mounted
  • Elevated cover with padlock prevents unauthorized use
  • Receptacles protected by Siemens circuit breakers
  • NEMA type 3R: enclosure is intended for outdoor use primarily to provide a of protection against falling rain and sleet and must remain undamaged by the formation or ice on the enclosure; they are not intended to provide protection against conditions such as dust, internal condensation or internal icing

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Product Depth (in.)
Product Height (in.)
17 in
Product Width (in.)
8 in


Electrical Product Type
Power Inlet Box
Maximum Amperage (amps)
Product Weight (lb.)
Voltage (volts)

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
UL Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
1 Year

Questions & Answers


May I use this box to connect a 12,000 watt portable generator with 50 amp..?

Asked by Joseph February 19, 2021

For back-up power? Not directly, no. A manual transfer interlock would be required to switch from utility power and none are listed for TL17US. This could be conceivably be done with an upstream double throw switch like DTGNF223NR.

Can the included circuit breaker be replaced with a 220/240 Volt 50 amp GFCI breaker? If so what ...

Asked by Timewarpone March 7, 2020

Consider instead TL1F7US which comes with a QF250A 2-pole GFCI breaker installed.

Will this panel accept QT tandem or quad breakers? What is the maximum current?

Asked by Neal January 10, 2019

TL17US has a 4 space load center with one 2-pole breaker and one 1-pole breaker, each factory installed and feeding its respective receptacle. These can be replaced as needed but not substituted for. Installation of QT Duplex and Quadplex breakers would void UL and would not be approved.

Can 2 double-pole full-size breakers fit in this panel? Looks like there is one blank above the p...

Asked by sparky January 4, 2019

Yes, and there are spare/open lugs for binding neutral and ground wires.

Is this a loop feed panel?

Asked by James November 12, 2018

No, TL17US2 is the loop feed version. Please see below cut sheet link.

Is the plug NEMA 14-50? And can it be used for EV charging to supply 40 amps/240v?

Asked by Sam July 8, 2018

Not really... Aside from the ability to actually plug into the receptacle, Electric Vehicle Building Codes also come into play... Here in California, which uses the same base electrical code as everyone else, the "Readily Accessible" disconnect has to be lockable, this switch isn't, and the cover, which may disqualify "readily accessible", doesn't seem to be either... Also, if your charging is done indoors, you need to have mechanical ventilation of ~250 CFM, that is directly connected to the power supply for the charging so that whenever the car (i.e. battery) is charging, the mechanical ventilation is also working, so the breaker in the box has to be used as an On/Off switch for the charger... How many "On/Offs" can a "Circuit Breaker" take before it needs to be replaced? I'm looking for the answer to the same situation, but this seems to fall a little short

Is Box capable of underground Supply? Or is it strictly Overhead Supply?

Asked by doityourselfer66 May 4, 2017

Conduit and wiring can enter the bottom of the unit. That is how I installed it.

Model number and picture represents 50/20amp receptacles, but description says 30/20 amp, which is correct?

Asked by Me July 7, 2016

50/20 amp

What size of wire do I need to hook the box

Asked by Juan January 17, 2016

I would suggest #6.

Customer Reviews

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A good quality product. Problems are: Disassembly of the guts is required to properly mount the p...
A good quality product. Problems are: Disassembly of the guts is required to properly mount the panel. Reassembling the the guts is easy if you used your phone to take a picture of the guts before disassembly. Once the panel is in service you will discover the distance between the 50A socket and the panel cover is too shallow to allow the lid to close completely if there is a 50A plug in the socket.
by Grampy
2 people found this helpful
Exactly what I was looking for. Comes with the breakers and plugs and it's all wired, ready to go. Very simple install.
Exactly what I was looking for ...
Exactly what I was looking for
by Thepro
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