Prices as low as $2299
When a permanent generator is not an option due to the many costs associated with owning a generator but you need to be prepared for power outages, the Powertron ® Tap Box is an economical solution. The Powertron ® Tap Box makes your facility "emergency power ready" , avoiding the costly and time-consuming process of connecting temporary power.
Allows you to predetermine load requirements, generator sizing, cable lengths & location for the temporary generator, minimizing customer and employee disruptions.
Establish a quick method of connecting power.
Security is not compromised with exposed cable connections running down hallways and through doorways
Features of the Powertron® Tap Box:
A custom designed, NEMA 3R weather tight enclosure
An upper lockable door for the hardwiring connections
A GFI outlet to power the block heater and battery charger for quick and reliable cold weather operation
Start/stop terminals allowing for automatic operation when used with an automatic transfer switch
Weather shield provides additional protection against inclement weather conditions while connected to the generator
Industry Standard Power Connectors
Powertron® 400 & 400UL :
Available in 208, 240 or 480 Volt Three Phase Rated for 400 Amps.
400: 24" High x 24" Wide x 12" Deep, Steel Enclosure
400UL: 30" High x 30" Wide x 12" Deep, Aluminium Enclosure
Available in 208, 240 or 480 Volt Three Phase Rated for 800 Amps.
30" High x 24" Wide x 12" Deep, Steel Enclosure
Powertron® 1200 & 1600:
Available in 208, 240 or 480 Volt Three Phase Rated for 1200 or 1600 Amps.
56" High x 29" Wide x 30" Deep, Steel Enclosure
Generator vs. Tap Box Cost
|Purchase (not including installation)
||as low as $2299*
|Annual fuel cost for weekly exercising
|Emergency response electrician cost to tie in temporary power
|Power up time **
|| '<' 10 Seconds
|| 3-4 hours +
|| 10 minutes
* Does not include delivery time and cost of the rental generator
** Installation will fluctuate based on the proximity of the tap box to electrical panel. Install estimates include transfer switch, labor and miscellaneous material. Copper wire,conduit,and labor rate may affect estimates.