cutout box[′kət‚au̇t ‚bäks]
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.
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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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