In-Ground Units keep outdoor power supplies hidden until you need them

  • 2 Mar 2020

Pop Up Power Supplies® In-Ground power units provide access to essential services in outdoor spaces without negatively impacting aesthetics, creating an obstacle or giving vandals an easy target.

In-Ground power units by Pop Up Power Supplies® provide the opportunity to effectively hide away services within a robust unit.

With their flip lid design, In-Ground power units enable on-demand power supply with access to safe power sockets in seconds, along with water and data sockets if required.

A range of In-Ground units are available to suit all applications. From the Slim IGU, which is 250mm deep and ideal where only an incoming supply is required, to the PUPS02 – 7050. This offers a solution where electricity, water and data supply is needed in public places, operating with the cover closed and with plug inserted (max 1x125A), through a special rubber door for cable outlet. The cover is secured in the closed position by a safety bayonet lock in bronze, with a lever lock in stainless steel AISI 304 operated with key (square footprint).

One of the key advantages of In-Ground units is that they are designed with a recessed cover. This is built to accept paving, grass or other types of surface, to match the surroundings for the perfect result in the streetscape, grounds of a property, courtyard, vehicle yard or wherever a traditional power bollard or pillar may appear ugly, unappealing or simply get in the way. These covers are tested unfilled to FACTA class B loading (Pedestrian Precincts, Forecourts, Commercial Delivery & Parking areas).

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