Power Inlet, 50A, 125/250VAC, NEMA CS63-65, Recessed Inlet, NEMA3R

Item #: 38838
Cat #: PB50
UPC: 851890000287
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50 Amp, 125/250V AC. Inlet Receptacle, NEMA Configuration: CS6365, 4-Combo 1/2" & 3/4" KO's. Outdoor Use Only, Maximum Generator Input: 12.5 kW. Size: 6.00" x 4.00" x 2.63".

Overview

50 Amp, 125/250V AC. Inlet Receptacle, NEMA Configuration: CS6365, 4-Combo 1/2" & 3/4" KO's. Outdoor Use Only, Maximum Generator Input: 12.5 kW. Size: 6.00" x 4.00" x 2.63".
The raintight NEMA 3R power inlet box is designed for the use with the Pro/Tran transfer switches and Reliance Panel/Link manual transfer panels and generator-ready load centers. The power inlet box may be installed indoors, or outdoors in an open area where the generator is being used. Using one of the four combination 1/2-inch and 3/4-inch knockouts (one on each side, bottom and back) the power inlet box can be wired directly to the transfer switch or panel. The exclusive patented design provides generous wiring space and facilitates rough-in. The PR Series includes circuit breakers that match the amperage of the power inlet. UL listed.The raintight NEMA 3R PBN Series non-metallic power inlet box is designed for use with the Pro/Tran transfer switches and Panel/Link manual transfer panels and generator-ready load centers. This power inlet box must be installed outdoors in an open area where the generator is being used. Using one of the three ¾-inch knockouts (one each on the sides and back) the power inlet box can be wired directly to the transfer switch or panel. The patented design provides over 100 cubic inches of wiring space and the slide-out base allows easy 360° access to the flanged inlet. 
Also known as: 851890000287, PB50, Pv50

Specifications

Volts AC: 120, 240
Mounting: Surface
NEMA Configuration: Non-Nema
Amps: 50
IP/NEMA Rating: 3R
Volts AC: 120, 240
NEMA Configuration: Non-Nema
IP/NEMA Rating: 3R
Mounting: Surface
Amps: 50

Customer Reviews

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J. Skower - Marysville on 08/05/2018
Avoid this one if you can
Three problems with this so far. 1. The metal rivet that hold the ground tab to the inner part of the socket sticks out so far you can fit the plug into the socket. Had to grind it down till the plug would fit. 2. 50 amp plug requires number 6 wire. You can't get the socket and cover to close with number six wire. Looks like its about to bust open any moment and the back of the socket is so close to the can there could be an arcing issue in the future. Can is too small. 3. The knock outs in the can go up to 3/4". You will have a hard time fitting four number 6 wires in a 3/4 conduit. Especially if you have percent of fill limit codes.