Be Prepared When Emergency Strikes

Give first responders the opportunity to eliminate sources of electrical shock hazard and electrical combustion when responding to an emergency with Knox Remote Power Box.
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Remote Power Box

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Knox Remote Power Box Features

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7" H × 7" W × 7¼" D

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Single or dual lock (for shared access) options

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Highest security when equipped with optional alarm tamper alert

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Built Knox-Rugged

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UL 1037, UL 1610, UL 1332, UL 508, UL 437

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Available in recessed or surface mounting configurations

Knox Remote Power Box Benefits

  • Remotely disconnect power from buildings or equipment
  • Minimize potential injuries

Knox Remote Power Box Applications

Safely gain access to high-risk electrical areas by tripping the power on equipment and machinery:

  • Generators
  • Telecommunications equipment
  • Power distribution centers
  • HVAC controls
  • Light rail systems
  • Solar, photovoltaic, wind-powered systems

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FAQs
  • What product model do I need to order?
    Contact your local Fire or Public Safety Department for Knox product recommendations.
  • What is a Tamper Alert?
    The Knox Tamper Alert is installed inside the Knox Remote Power Box and connects to the alarm on your building. If anyone tampers with the box, the alarm will be activated.
  • Where are the spec sheets?
    Spec sheets are available on this page under the "Brochures & Specs" section or can be found here.
  • What is a dual lock for?
    Dual locks allow shared agency access so first responders can immediately gain access during emergencies. For example, fire departments, law enforcement, and emergency medical services may share access to properties in their local jurisdictions.
  • Who installs the Power Shutdown Box?
    The Knox Remote Power Box must be installed by a qualified and licensed electrician following the guidelines of the shunt trip system to which it is connected.
  • How or where do I install my Knox Remote Power Box?
    Due to the number of different applications and configurations in which the Knox Remote Power Box can be used, Knox does not provide specific instructions for electrical installation. The Knox Remote Power Box must be installed by a qualified and licensed electrician following the guidelines of the shunt trip system to which it is connected.
  • Have additional questions?
    Click here to email us your questions.
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