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wall box

[′wȯl ‚bäks]
(building construction)
A frame or box set into a wall to receive a beam or joist. Also known as beam box; wall frame.
A frame set into a wall to provide a sealed space for pipework to pass through.
(electricity)
A metal box set into a wall to hold switches, receptacles, or similar electrical wiring components.

wall box, beam box, wall frame

1. A frame or box which is set into a brick, masonry, or stone wall to receive a timber beam or joist.
2. In electrical wiring, a metal box which is set in a wall for switches, receptacles, etc.
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Andy Barratt, Managing Director of Ford of Britain, said: 'Ford is committed to delivering one of the most comprehensive line-ups of electrified vehicles for our customers, powered through the Ford home charger Wall Boxes.
This includes affordable wall boxes with different power outputs, which will allow customers to conveniently recharge their vehicles at home, and mobile online services offered via Skoda Connect that allow customers to benefit from services such as an intelligent charging station finder.
The battery can be charged at a wall box in two hours and 15 minutes or from a domestic socket in three hours and 15 minutes.
This is thanks to a new lithium-ion battery with an increased energy capacity - up from 24.2kWh to 35.8kWh - which can be recharged to 80% capacity in less than an hour at a charging station, or to 100% in under six hours from a domestic wall box.
It's available with a durable dull silver or bronze powder-coated metal finish on the wall box and trim.
General Director of Ecay-daE- Pano Company Mehmet Karabulut made an explanation concerning the fair and stated that they produce wall box and KTP.
And speaking of batteries this lithium-ion one takes three hours and 45 minutes to charge from a standard three-pin socket and two hours 15 minutes from a domestic wall box.
And you don't have to wait hours to charge it up - it takes a record-breaking 3.7 hours from a standard wall socket, 2.25 hours from an optional wall box or 30 minutes at a rapid charger.
and easily mounts to an electrical or data wall box".
Incandescents can be easily controlled by the popular, inexpensive, phase-cut "wave chopping" wall box dimmers, how-ever, when you try to dim "dimmable" CFLs, there can be problems.
The 17.6kWh lithium-ion battery can be charged by household socket in around 10 hours, six hours from a wall box or one hour by using a fast charger.
Charging takes about three hours via a quick charge wall box or up to 20 hours from a standard socket.