Bestselling Electrical Distribution Panels in 2021
MICTUNING LED Illuminated Automotive Blade Fuse Holder Box 10-Circuit Fuse Block with Cover
- MICTUNING 10-Way ATC/ATO Blade Fuse Block: #10-32UNF common bus supplies power for 10 circuits, widely used in autos, eco-cars, modified cars, buses, subways, airplanes, tankers, ships, etc
- Unique LED Safety Indicator: the indicator light flashes red when the fuse is blown, super easy to check the troubleshooting
- Corrosion-resistant: tin-plating copper components, non-toxic and tasteless layer, good hardness and conductivity
- Excellent Protection: come with Clear PC Cover, Dustproof & Dampproof, easy to open by pressing the white latch
- Simply Quick Setup: DC 32V voltage, max. 30A output per circuit, 100A max. input, 5.5mm diameter Mounting Holes, suitable for #10 screws
Leviton 476TL-T12 Telephone Input Distribution Panel, Black Housing
- Offers essential telephone distribution
- (1) 4-pair 110 type IDC input
- (12) modular RJ-45 jack outputs
- (4) RJ-11 jack inputs for use with CATV MSO triple play modems
- Includes a security jack with tethered cut-through plug, ADO and Test Jacks
Square D by Schneider Electric QO2L40RBCP 40A Load Center
- Includes a rainproof outdoor cover
- Accommodates plug-on secondary surge arrestor (sold separately)
- Main feeders terminate from the top, feeders can enter from any direction, however, device cannot be rotated
- Single phase
- Rated 120/240 VAC and 10,000 AIR short circuit current rating
Leviton 47605-14E SMC Series, Structured Media Enclosure only, White, 14-Inch
- Size - 14 inch: 14.00" (355.6mm)H x 14.38" (356.3mm) W x 3.60" (91.4mm) D
- Multiple Knock-outs on top and bottom, including two 2" knock-outs on top, facilitate cable entry and routing
- Cut-out in base of enclosure for mounting single and double gang J-boxes and power modules
- Can be surface-mounted or recessed
- Positive tabs on housing sidewalls prevent enclosure from falling through the studs during installation
Leviton 476TM-624 Twist and Mount Patch Panel, 24 CAT 6 Ports
- Commercial grade telephone and data patching
- Component-rated CAT 5e and CAT 6 ports
- Jacks include Leviton's patented Retention Force Technology
- Fits easily into any Leviton Structured Media Center enclosure
- Includes port designation strips
P2030B1150CU 150-Amp 20-Space 30-Circuit Main Breaker Load Center
- Single phase 150 Amp main breaker load center with 20 spaces/30 circuits
- Features Siemens patented insta-wire technology which allows for quick and easy installation because screws are already backed out, ready for wire insertion on ground and neutral bars
- Copper bus
- All devices are provided with 2 factory installed ground bars
- Mounting tabs on the trim hold the load center in place freeing up both hands to drive the trim screws
Square D by Schneider Electric HOM3060M200PCAFVP Homeline 200 Amp 30-Space 60-Circuit Indoor Main Breaker Load Center with Cover - Value Pack (Plug-on Neutral Ready),
Electronics-Salon Panel Mount 10 Position Power Distribution Fuse Module Board, For AC/DC 5~32V .
- Panel Mount Power Distribution Fuse Module Board.
- Work voltage: AC or DC 5~32V, total current rating 40Amp. Dimensions: 150mm x 72.5mm x 29mm (W x L x H).
- Input terminals: pitch - 7.62mm/0.3", current 30A for per position, wire size 26~10 AWG, stripping length 8mm, Metric M3 slotted screw.
- P1 output terminals: pitch - 5.08mm/0.2", maximum current 10A for per position, wire size 26~12 AWG, stripping length 7mm, Metric M2.5 slotted screw.
- P2-1 to P2-10 output terminals: pitch - 7.5mm/0.295", maximum current 10A for per position, wire size 26~12 AWG, stripping length 7mm, Metric M2.5 slotted screw.
Square D by Schneider Electric HOM2040M200PC 200 Amp 20-Space 40-Circuit Indoor Main Breaker Load Center with Cover
- Includes a fully distributed neutral bar, allowing for the installation of Homeline Plug-on Neutral combination arc fault breakers on any space
- Each pole space accepts full-size, tandem or quad breakers
- Ground and neutral bars accept up to (3) #10-14 equipment grounds
- Includes a combination flush/surface indoor cover
- Accommodates plug-on secondary surge arrestor (sold separately)
Murray LW002GRU 60A Circuit Breaker enclosure
- 60 Amp
- Circuit breaker enclosure
- 2 space, 4 circuit
- Main Lug - breaker not included
- Outdoor rated
Ultra Products M998 Mid-Tower ATX Case Review
The Ultra Products m998 computer case is a fantastic case for any system with the exclusive Ultra power bar for superior cable management and power distribution.
Going from the very good cases of installing your system and having it all fit to the superior cable and power management of the Ultra Products m998 is like going from a Toyota to a BMW. The m998 may be named after that workhorse of a Hummer of the military but this is no slouch when it comes to simple style and great features.
The m998 is a mid tower ATX computer case that fits regular ATX and micro ATX motherboards as well as EATX or extended motherboards like those used for servers. This case would make an excellent all around computer case for many needs, not only business but personal computing as well as a gamer's showcase. The m998 is not your show off of a computer case but it is loaded with features that scream style and sophistication in a clean cut package.
Here are the features straight from the Ultra website:
4 - 5.25" Bays
5 - Internal 3.5" Bays
2 - External 3.5" Bays
Material: 1.5mm High Grade Aluminum
Expansion Slots: 7 Standard Slots
Case Fan Mounts:
2 - 120mm Fan Mounts
Case Fans Included:
2 - 120mm Fans
Green - Power
Orange - Hard Drive Access
All panels removable for easy, tool-free access
Stainless steel finished removable Mainboard tray
Includes Ultra's Power Bar power distribution system
Front eSata/Firewire/USB Audio ports
Interior and Exterior finish
Replace front Firewire/Audio/Microphone/eSata bracket with virtually any PCI slot-type bracket.
Easy access front panel:
2 - USB 2.0
1 - Firewire
1 - Headphone
1 - Microphone
1 - eSATA
This does not speak very well for the case because it does not demonstrate adequately how nice the case is for working inside whether you're installing your system, tweaking some things or changing out components later. To start the case has the usual things that all cases have like the space from the power supply at the top rear and the amble area for your motherboard but when you first start putting things in it is clear this case is different.
I started by installing the power supply which rests on a bar system as well as installs from the top??? Yes, the PSU gets put in from the top that slides backward and pops up for easy work at the top with the power supply. Both side covers also come off for very easy installation and working inside the case. The motherboard tray also comes out the back for very simple and easy installation of your motherboard and the Ultra power bar is the best part.
All your power connections to the system can be done simply and easily by connecting a few connections like a four pin Molex and a six or eight pin PCIe video card power connection and then you can connect other components from the power bar that runs up and down the inside of the case in the middle. All your power can be distributed not directly from the Power supply but from the central power bar for less cabling and tangles inside the case.
Of course the motherboard connections have to go directly from the PSU to the motherboard but the others like the drives and PCIe cards. Add one of the Ultra Products modular power supplies with their detachable power cables and you have the ultimate configuration in a computer case for the perfect cabling inside.
You can use only the cables you want with one of their power supplies but I'll get to the Ultra Products X3 Power Supply in another review. The m998 comes with several power cables so you can connect the power connections you need where you want them. There are several various cables that will fit most any device inside your computer case, even the newer 8 pin PCIe power cables for those power hungry video cards. The cables you don't use from your power supply fit in the ample space by the power supply at the top.
The nicest feature of the entire case has got to be the ease of installation for everything with the power distribution being a major contributor to this. I wish when I was in the military they had electronics like this. The power distribution makes installing devices a simple matter of putting everything in one at a time and tying down wiring. You don't have to wait till everything is in the case and see how things look because you are not going to have nearly as much cabling going in. The top has plenty of area to hide much of this extra cabling as you will not need all of it in your case.
The power strip will run off one 4 pin Molex and one six or eight pin PCIe depending on your power supply and system. You can also use two if you like or if you are encountering problems with power consumption but I have found nothing in regards to how many lines should be going into the power distribution bar on the internet or from other reviewers. So you can have a lot less cabling inside the system going around to the various components but you still need the ones to the motherboard.
The power distribution bar just makes it more convenient not having these cables running through the whole case to get where it needs to. It looks a lot cleaner and neater as well as letting more air flow inside the case. The m998 comes with the usual assortment of front panel connections in your audio, USB and FireWire but also includes the eSATA front panel connection for those next generation external drives which are starting to come out now.
The front panel connections for the USB are separate but the audio, 1394 and eSATA are on a front PCI type bar that you can use for a wide variety of PCI connections just like this. I have had cases and computer systems with a wide variety of audio and connection set ups for the PCI bar and this is another unique feature that is very nice and extends the ultimate lifespan of this case for future expansion.
The m998 has a lot going for it but some thought does need to go into installing your system as the instructions that are included are not altogether detailed. You should check to make sure the CPU cooler and heat sink assembly from your previous case is going to fit through the motherboard tray slot before attaching the motherboard to the tray and trying to slide it in. If it hangs over the sides of the tray chances are it won't fit through the opening of the case.
Another area that is not exactly the best in features is the small door that opens for the front panel connections opens one way and not the other so if your going to be using the computer on one side of your desk it may open to the wrong side. For me it was just as easy to take off the little door, small problem solved. Other features that add the nice touches are the heavy gauge aluminum exterior that is painted inside and out for a sleek finish as well as plenty of openings for fans and cooling.
The side panel comes with an air duct for your CPU cooler if you want and the other opening on the side allows air in or out for added ventilation instead of the case leaking wherever it can. The case is very nice with its detachable rollers for on the floor convenience and being able to push the case around if you like but another really nice feature that I have seen is the roominess inside as well as how the side panel slides on.
The side panel with the large windows sets on the opening lip at an angle and then you tilt the side panel into place. Looking at the cover there is only one set of prongs along the top of the panel for inserting into slots on the case and one on the lower rear corner. In many cases inserting the side panel and having all those slots and prongs find themselves into their corresponding mate was a pain and getting the panel in flat and straight was a choir at times.
This panel has the one set of prongs and single one with the bottom and front edge having a whole folded piece of the side panel for placing the panel in quickly and easily. It stays in place without screwing the back thumbscrews in as I usually don't put in the screws when I am continually going in and out of the case every few days with all the work I do on my system. It's the large things like the power distribution bar that cuts down on the amount of internal cabling that are the obvious improvements. Many times its the little things that are more impressive to me like the side panels ease of installation that make the case so much more user friendly in the long run.
The m998 is truly a gamers case with it's power distribution bar and ease of installation where you have the entire case being able to come apart. The room for all your drives are there along with all the internal room for your motherboard while cabling is kept to a minimum. What more could you ask for in a case, how about cooling?
It stays plenty cool with two fans, one for intake and another out the back but you can also add others as you see fit. I have another intake fan instead of any more bay devices right behind and between my Scythe Fan controller and DVD drive. If you don't have enough air flow with two or three fans you can use the side openings, one with the CPU tube or you can install a fan. I really like the one feature I have not mentioned yet, the small foam filter on the front intake fan. It keeps the dust out of my system quite well in my very dusty work area, being between a major road in town and a railroad I get plenty of dust in my house.
The m998 case from Ultra Products is a fantastic case and a definite gamers case for easy cable management and plenty of future expansion. I really like this case and can definitely recommend it as a great product with so many fantastic features.