Distribution box“dynamic adjustment，one step in place”depends on it
After the introduction of the previous issues, we have a preliminary understanding of digging a hole and burying the distribution box. The question comes. Does the depth of the bottom box affect the use of the leakage switch?
Some users have doubts: "The bottom box is lower than the wall surface, and then the installed leakage switch will be sunken. When the fault occurs, it is also necessary to open the cover to operate. It was for nothing. Maybe it’s no need the cover. But it doesn't seem to be safe and it is easy to accumulate dust."
In response to the above problems, JUNON V8+ series distribution box setting,
== Depth adjustment dynamic guide rail ==
The sunken problem of the leakage switch can be easily solved by adjusting the position so that the guide rail is close to the wall. Because the dynamic guide rail is movable, we can adjust the position of the leakage switch according to the depth of the bottom box (note: the premise is within a reasonable range). From now on, the depth problem is no longer because of the bottom box.
In addition, there is a smart point in the cover of the JUNON V8+ series distribution box, which is the two adjustment windows that can be opened. This is the small window to facilitate the user to adjust the dynamic guide rail without disassembling the cover, and truly realize the "one step in place".
But few people will find that the role of these two small windows is thought to be just an ordinary plastic shell, but the small things contain great energy. Because of its existence, it easily solves a lot of unnecessary troubles.
The JUNON V8+ series distribution box is dynamically adjusted in one step, saving time for the user and facilitating the electrician.