Junction box


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junction box

[′jəŋk·shən ‚bäks]
(engineering)
A protective enclosure into which wires or cables are led and connected to form joints. Also known as J box.

Junction box

In electrical work, a box in a street distribution system, where one main is connected to another main; also a metal
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For the size of the embedded socket, the external switch panel is 120 mm x 70 mm, and the internal junction box is 101 x 55 x 36 mm.
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The unit features a weather-resistant aluminum junction box that allows easy access to the terminal strip or the signal conditioner.
The CSX2 features a weather-resistant aluminum junction box that allows easy access to the terminal strip or the signal conditioner.
The enclosure from Cooper Crouse-Hinds is an Atex-certified heavy-duty junction box that is fully compliant with the impact, thermal and ingress protection requirements of EN50014.
SolarSpec junction box and cable assemblies are designed for installation on the back of mono- and polycrystalline photovoltaic solar modules.
The scale is supplied with a remote junction box, which can be wall mounted for extra protection during washdown.
An electricity junction box fell down and the power supply was cut off to the surrounding villages following the vandalism alongside the B4455 at Stretton-under-Fosse.
SIMCO introduces a new junction box for use with the Blue Bar HL and PerforMAX 3 HL.