conduit box

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1. A private seating area for spectators in an auditorium, usually located at the front or side of a mezzanine or balcony; may contain movable, rather than fixed, chairs.
2. An enclosure for mounting an electric device and its associated circuit conductors or for splicing, pulling in, or terminating conductors.
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The brake unit coils in all Super-E brake motors with power ratings up to 10HP (7.5kW) are internally connected to leads in the conduit box, enabling the brake to operate normally when power is applied to the motor.