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360 Electrical 360 Heavy-Duty 5-Outlet Power Hub in Green

Model # 360697-GR-0DTES|Store SKU # 1001556410

Overview

Model # 360697-GR-0DTES Store SKU # 1001556410

The 360 Heavy-Duty Power Hub puts five additional outlets right where you need to get tough jobs done. Whether its the job site or the workshop, patented Hexacore construction is built to withstand it all. Simply attach an extension cord and make short work of any project that has the nerve to stand in your way.

  1. Ultra-rugged Hexacore construction stands up to the toughest abuse
  1. 5 extra outlets to power all your tools
  1. Snap-close outlet covers with easy-open grips
  1. 120 Max angle outlet spacing fits large plugs
  1. Extra-wide plug opening fits oversized connectors
  1. Highly visible power-on indicator light

Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in inches)
6.5
Assembled Height (in inches)
1.68
Assembled Weight (in lbs)
0.95
Assembled Width (in inches)
5.75
Packaged Depth (in inches)
6.5
Packaged Height (in inches)
1.68
Packaged Weight (In lbs)
0.95
Packaged Width (in inches)
5.75

Details

Application
Heavy Duty
Colour Family
Green
Country of Origin
CN-China
Indoor/Outdoor
Indoor/Outdoor
Material
Plastic
Maximum Amperage (Amps)
15
Number of Outlets
5

Warranty / Certifications

Limited Lifetime Product Warranty All claims must be made within 15 days of the Power Disruption and damage to the equipment. If claims are not made within 15 days of the Power Disruption, the claim is null and void.
360 Heavy-Duty 5-Outlet Power Hub in Green360 Electrical 360 Heavy-Duty 5-Outlet Power Hub in GreenThe 360 Heavy-Duty Power Hub puts five additional outlets right where you need to get tough jobs done. Whether its the job site or the workshop, patented Hexacore construction is built to withstand it all. Simply attach an extension cord and make short work of any project that has the nerve to stand in your way.
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360 Heavy-Duty 5-Outlet Power Hub in Green is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 377.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works just as well as the more expensive one... Works just as well as the more expensive one
Date published: 2022-04-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I gave this a 4 star rating only because it... I gave this a 4 star rating only because it haven’t used it yet but I looks like it will work really well. I use this type of outlet only during Christmas time.
Date published: 2022-04-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent design Using it to power 5 strings of small led's on our tree in the back yard. Working great, compact, and blends in with our landscape.
Date published: 2022-03-22
Rated 2 out of 5 by from While it looks impressive. It was expensive and it doesn’t... While it looks impressive. It was expensive and it doesn’t work as well as it should.
Date published: 2022-01-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great for christmas blowups in the yard.... Great for christmas blowups in the yard.
Date published: 2022-01-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great compact outlet! We bought three of these for Christmas deocrations. They are well made and space savers!
Date published: 2022-01-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This products works great and protected the plugs from rain.... This products works great and protected the plugs from rain. I would recommend this product!
Date published: 2021-12-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Been rained on for 2 days straight - the GFCI... Been rained on for 2 days straight - the GFCI garage outlet hasn’t tripped.
Date published: 2021-12-30
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What does the red light mean

What does the red light mean
Asked by: Robert
The red light means it is powered. If the circuit breaker pops the light will go off and you can press the button in the center to reset the breaker
Answered by: 360Electrical
Date published: 2021-12-20

How many strands of lights can each outlet handle? Generic light strands usually can only have 5 total connected before blowing a fuse. Can each outlet handle 5, meaning 25 total strands coming off the Powerhub?

How many strands of lights can each outlet handle? Generic light strands usually can only have 5 total connected before blowing a fuse. Can each outlet handle 5, meaning 25 total strands coming off the Powerhub?
Asked by: How many light strands
This depends on the wattage of each strand. The limiting factor is that the hub is rated for 1800W. If you go above that, then it will likely trip the circuit.
Answered by: 360 Electrical
Date published: 2021-12-06

Is it approved for outdoor use?

I don't have a outlet box outside my house, so I'm using an extension cord for my outdoor Christmas lights. I was wondering if this would be safe for use outdoors?
Asked by: OneWhoDwellsInATree
Yes, the green 5-Outlet Hubs can be used outdoors!
Answered by: 360 Electrical
Date published: 2021-11-15

Does this need a certain size extension cord that goes in to the wall?

Does this need a certain size extension cord that goes in to the wall?
Asked by: J grey
A 14 gauge extension cord is recommended.
Answered by: 360electrical
Date published: 2021-11-03

Can each of the 5 female outlets accept a 12/3 male plug?

Can each of the 5 female outlets accept a 12/3 male plug?
Asked by: JT
I am going to guess the 12/3 is the "standard" 3 contact extension cord plug and say YES. I use mine for a Holiday lighting array so I do NOT need to string a bunch of extension cords across the garden. Just ONE to this unit and the light units can plug into this device with the cord length they come with.
Answered by: BeachBum
Date published: 2020-10-20

Is the circuit breaker supposed to go "off" - thus blocking the electrical failure from transmiss...

Is the circuit breaker supposed to go "off" - thus blocking the electrical failure from transmission to your house breakers? I bought 4 of these, put them into different home breaker circuits, plugged in LED Christmas lights -- and none of them prevented the home breakers from turning to "off" when we had rain and the lights got wet. After I reset the home breakers the Power Hub then turned its light to "on".
Asked by: Paul
Hi, This is a very good question that requires a little explanation to answer effectively. As you mention, the PowerHubs do come with circuit breaker overload protection. This, however, is different from a GFCI which will recognize when water has entered the circuit and cut power. The PowerHub, while outdoor rated against water intrusion, won’t shut down if water enters the circuit elsewhere, the circuit breaker only protects against too much power draw being placed on the circuit. Given the scenario that you describe, there could be one of at least three possible reasons for what you experienced. I will list each below from what I believe to be most likely to least likely. 1) If the circuits were only breaking during rainstorm events, it is most likely that this was being caused by the GFCI unit built into your outdoor outlet. All outdoor outlets are required to include GFCI protection and when they are tripped, you have to reset the GFCI, often from an internal outlet that has the “Test/Reset” buttons that is tied to the same circuit as the outdoor outlet. It is not uncommon when the GFCI is tripped for it to also trip the circuit breaker in the wall which would then also need to be reset. From what you have described, I would think that this is the most likely cause for what you experienced. 2) If you experienced the circuit breaker tripping at times other than during rain, it might be from due to too much power draw on the home circuit. Most home circuit breakers are connected to more than just a single outlet, which means that the power draw on your home circuit breaker could be higher than what each individual PowerHub is experiencing. In other words, if your PowerHub is plugged into an outlet that is connected to a 15A home circuit breaker, that breaker might also be connected to other outlets in your house (e.g. bathroom or laundry room). In this case any power draw through these other outlets would be added to the power draw from the PowerHub making the total power draw on the home breaker greater than at the PowerHub causing it to trip before the PowerHub. 3) The least likely scenario has to do with circuit breaker amperage differences. The PowerHub circuit breaker is set at 15 Amps. Any higher power draw will cause it to trip. If the circuit breakers in your house are lower amperage (i.e. 10 Amps) they would trip before the PowerHub. However, since many codes require a min 15A breaker in houses it is not very likely, but it certainly worth checking into. I hope this helps! 360 Customer Care
Answered by: 360electrical
Date published: 2021-12-06

Do you have to unplug the cord to turn on and off or is there a switch?

Do you have to unplug the cord to turn on and off or is there a switch?
Asked by: Annie
I use a timer to turn on
Answered by: Michigan
Date published: 2019-12-10
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