What is a Power Center?
A power center features a distribution box that breaks a current down into a number of individual receptacles. It is designed to deliver safe, reliable, temporary power for demanding industrial and commercial applications.
How does a Power Center work?
A power center must be connected to a 50 amp 125/250 volt power outlet receptacle at the main pole or generator to work.
What is the difference between a Power Center and a Power Generator?
A power center is different from a power generator because a power center requires connection to a main pole or generator to work while a power generator creates power on its own.
What applications require a Power Center?
A power center is useful on job sites or where power is needed in various rooms of where workers need to plug in multiple:
What is a Duplex Power Center?
A duplex power center has the same design as a duplex outlet. It has two receptacles that are parallel to eachother.
How do I know how many amps I need?
An easy way to find out whether you are going to need the 20 or 50 amp power distribution box is to do some simple multiplication. Take the amps of the box and multiply it by its voltage. This will let you know the amount of wattage it can handle.
What is a ground fault circuit interrupter quad?
This is a portable version of a GFCI outlet that comes with an extension cable. It will give you greater protection against possible electrocution with four additional outlets for you to use.