Portable Power Distributor Box

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$544.99 $599.99


Quickly, Easily, & Safely Distribute Power!

I use three of these in our company; we use them for construction sites and for additional power distribution at an outdoor music venue. All the outlets are GFCI protected, and the breakers are in the box, so a reset is fast and easy. It is the only way to go for temp power needs. I highly recommend it!” - Vaughn P.

Why Buy Our Portable Power Distributor Box?

POWERFUL: The power box is a budget-friendly way to supply electricity to a remote area. It allows for temporary power to be provided to a job site more effectively as it allows for power to be distributed more locally. It is also a single-phase electrical distribution box that takes a 50 AMP (125/250V & 12,000-watt input) and distributes it to (6) 20 AMP and (1) 30 AMP receptacles.

SAFE: It is a great temporary power box with premium features like independent GFCI modules on the 20-amp outlets, premium breakers, and an all-copper backplane, ensuring safety in every operation. Also, it effectively reduces labor costs in establishing power panels and GFCIs on industrial and residential job sites and can minimize the risk of on-site mishaps. With slips, trips, and falls making up 27% of work injuries, removing excess wiring can make a significant difference.

VERSATILE: This power box has a reinforced sled base and is made from heavy-gauge carbon steel with (6) GFCI-protected NEMA 5-20R straight blade receptacles and (1) NEMA L6-30, 250V, 30A locking outlet for durable and long-lasting use. It also has weather-resistant covers, making it perfect to use in convention centers, fairs, campsites, and any other area where temporary power is needed.


  • All outlets are circuit breaker protected. 
  • This unit is UL listed.
  • It does not need to be fed to a GFCI breaker as the outlets are GFCI protected.

📋Frequently Asked Questions:

Q: Is it rechargeable, or does it run on fuel?

A: It runs on electricity and does not recharge.

Q: Can I supply the input power off a 30-amp receptacle instead of 50 amps?

A: Yes, you can power the box off of a 30A receptacle. You will need an adapter cord going from the 30A plug configuration to a 50A CA-Style CS63 connector to plug into the inlet to power the box. Please note that if you do this, you will only be pulling 30 Amps to power the box. Therefore, the receptacles will not be operating at full capacity.


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