Talon’s line of power outlet panels are designed to meet the demands for temporary power at construction sites and recreational vehicle parks. For construction site applications, power outlet panels are installed for temporary use only until electrical power is available at the site. Recreational Vehicle parks use power outlet panels on a permanent basis as a power source for the RV’s distribution system. A wide variety of configurations are available to address almost any application. Design options include surface (pole mount) and pedestal mount construction, with or without meter socket provisions, and top or bottom feed.
From the manufacturer
For more than half a century, Talon has been the market leader in innovation and value for the meter socket industry. From our award-winning HQ series lever bypass products, to proprietary K base products, to our innovative temporary power outlet panel design, Talon is the long-term solution partner for your business.
Talon Temporary Power Panels
The Talon line of temporary power panels is ideal for construction job-site temporary power and campground power supply. The product line offers a wide range of construction options to meet a variety of needs.
Mounting construction options include surface/pole or earth/direct burial. Unmetered and metered options available, with the metered options available in top or bottom feed. A variety of receptacle configurations are also available. Check the product description for construction details.
- Enclosure is outdoor rated
- Conforms to UL Standard 50
- Exterior components are G90 galvanized steel with baked on polyester powder coat finish
- Padlocking provisions provided for power theft prevention
- Receptacles and breakers are pre-wired
- Interior rated up to 125 Amps
- Installed breakers are Siemens Type QP
- Extra branch breaker provisions available
Rick Schreiner –
EV charging and RV outlet togetherThis panel is perfect for anyone needing to add an EV charger to your house when the meter panel is recessed. Remove (2) breakers in the existing panel and add (1) 80 amp 2 pole breaker to the existing panel. Chase the (2) circuits you removed and add them along with (3) #1, (2) #12 with (1) #8 ground to the new panel located back to back from the meter panel. Nice to have both 50 amp class 2 EV charging and 30 amp RV outlets together.
Perfect for my rvThis is the third one I’ve installed. We’ll made good value
if have an issue with the ground bar been 2 small for yr needs, consider upgrading to Siemens ECGB14no predrill holes for an optional aluminum hub… ground bar too small
Campground qualityAdded this panel to my yard because a relative had to move in so we could provide care. Panel was super easy to install, but I’ve got years of DIY experience.
John H. –
Electrically greatJust what I needed to complete the installation.
Elizabeth A. –
Will accept a high amperage GFCIWe were looking for a 1450 receptacle that could be equipped with a GFCI breaker. This load center fits the bill. Be aware that the larger size GFCI breaker needs to be mounted on the left side where there is more clearance which leaves you open slots for the 50 amp breaker included with the load center. We just left the 50 amp breaker in the panel so we wouldn’t have open slots.
Good qualityTop plate comes off to bring power into the topside,
Bob in AZ –
One of the best ones out there.This is a little pricey but it does the job very well.
J. Segers –
Jus like many campgroundsThis box is just like the ones used in many higher end campgrounds. It is large enough to allow additional circuits, and come equipped for 20A, 30A, and 50A service with disconnect breakers. There is room in the box to allow fedd through to other boxes in the area without needing interconnects. There is an opening at the button and the lid is tall enough to allow the box to close with power connections in place. Like similar boxes, the lid only goes up 90 Degrees so if you want to be able to connect easily, it needs to be mounted at least at waist height. I will definitely purchase more when I add more sites to my compound.Edit – After happily using this panel for almost a year. I discovered a flaw this afternoon which caused me to down down grade my rating from 5 stars to 4 stars. The problem I discovered is the 20 A outlet is installed upside down in both of the boxes I purchased. The round connection is on the top instead of the bottom where it belongs. While plugging in a standard power chord is no problem because you can just turn the plug over, this is not possible for devices, that have a ground fault circuit interrupter on the plug or are a power brick. The plug or power brick can not be connected because the metal divider in the box gets in the way. I must now take the box apart and turn the 20 A socket over before I can plug in my electric pressure washer. Hopefully they will fix this oversight in future devices.
Daryl Peavy –
PerfectJust as it should be.