cutout box

cutout box

[′kət‚au̇t ‚bäks]
(electricity)
A fireproof cabinet or box with one or more hinged doors that contains fuses and switches for various leads in an electrical wiring system. Also known as fuse box.

cutout box

In electric wiring, a metal enclosure that houses circuit breakers or fuses; is designed for surface mounting, with a swinging door or cover to provide easy access.
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The Brandon House line, like the Table Casuals collection, is housed in a cutout box that allows consumers to see the full-coverage design on the plates and decide for themselves how the different designs complement one another.