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Check out these waterproof power centers we've recently built for customers! Each is housed in an o-ringed NEMA enclosure for maximum protection!


The 6-relay box is going in the bed of a bad-ass GMC Syclone and will power electric fans, fuel pumps, etc. The 10-relay box is going underneath a tree removal truck and will power all the on-board LED lighting.


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6 relay waterproof power center minus top. This enclosure includes (1) FPATC9 fuse panel, (6) RLYKITP40 relay with interlocking socket kits, and (1ea.) TB3-6 and TB1-8 terminal blocks.


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6-relay waterproof power center with top installed.



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10-relay waterproof power center minus top. This enclosure includes (1) FPATC12 fuse panel, (10) RLYKITP40 relay with interlocking socket kits, and (1ea.) TB2-10 and TB1-12 terminal blocks.



703769_1194848043873418_2300420035137871Waterproof glands allow passage of the bundled wiring into the enlcosure.



10294967_1194848047206751_187431515457054 AWG power feed into the enclosure, also through a waterproof gland.



10662062_1194848087206747_36128826565387I personally design and build every one of these power centers to our customer's specifications. This particular enclosure utilizes 10 AWG TXL wiring for all of the high current connections to the relays and I crimp and solder every one to minimize voltage drop through the relay sockets. They are very tedious to build but the end results are well worth the effort.

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They look so nice that I want to buy one and I don't even have a need for one lol.

That being said a lot of people's definition of "music" is a clipped 30 hz sine wave with some 80 IQ knuckle head grunting about committing crimes and his genitals.

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Thanks guys! We build so much stuff like that for all different kinds of applications. The Canadian Wildlife Agency bought one of the 10 relay boxes a while back for a fan boat. You just never know where this stuff can be used at times!

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now you KNOW i am a nut for a super clean wiring job. Man, you do such a nice job!! Those relays....mmmm. LOL sorry i am just a sucker for this type of stuff. :rofl:

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Tony C always makes some nice products. I'll be ordering his mini fuse blocks next week

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They look well thought out but.... Well theae cases aren't waterproof only water resistant. We use the same Amazon cases for our eletrical enclosures and the truth is the liss do not actually seal well due to how thin the plastic is and how far apart the screws are. The cover warps from the pressure of the screws deforming under load and raises it up in some spots. Will it resist water? Yes. Is it waterproof? No.

Also I am.not sure these cases are actually certified by NEMA,there is no documentation that comes with these and the seller does not provide it to you.

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Boz - we do not purchase these cases from Amazon . . . lol. We purchase them directly from an ISO certified manufacturer. They are o-ringed and meet multiple NEMA certifications as well as IP, IEC, and UL certifcations. The tops on these are about 3/8" of an inch thick along the mounting edges so it's not possible to distort them when tightening the screws down. They're waterproof.

We ONLY use the best parts that money can buy. I'll have it no other way.

In the future, you could always ask versus post your hypothesis as factual.

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