Floor Boxes Conceal Electrical Wiring Devices

Leviton has announced its line of Pop-Up Floor Boxes, which are available in multiple configurations and four designer finishes to satisfy a range of electrical needs in residential and commercial applications.

Leviton Pop-Up Floor Boxes recess into the floor with minimal exposure above the finished floor.
Leviton Pop-Up Floor Boxes recess into the floor with minimal exposure above the finished floor.

The Leviton Pop-Up Floor Boxes feature a low profile, allowing them to recess into the floor with minimal exposure above the finished floor. The Pop-Up Floor Box Receptacles include Leviton wiring devices pre-wired to a terminal block for wiring access and installation ease. Each floor box features a side latch open/close mechanism to eliminate issues associated with traditional center latches, such as interference with opening and scratching of the wiring device face. The Leviton Pop-Up Floor Boxes are available in the following models:

  • USB Dual Type A Charger/Tamper-Resistant Receptacle
  • SmartlockPro Self-Test Tamper-Resistant GFCI Receptacle
  • Decora Tamper-Resistant Receptacle
  • 3-Port QuickPort Insert for voice, data, audio and video applications

Engineered to the highest safety standards, the Leviton Pop-Up Floor Boxes are IP 44 Rated for protection from ingress of water spray from any direction when closed. They meet or exceed UL 514A requirements, including the scrub water and concrete tightness tests, and receptacles comply with NEC requirements for tamper-resistant receptacles.

The Leviton Pop-Up Floor Boxes are a welcome addition to several flooring materials including tile, stone, wood, laminate, carpet, vinyl and concrete. The floor boxes can be used in new construction as well as retrofits.

Available in brushed nickel, black, brass, and bronze finishes, the Leviton Pop-Up Floor Boxes come with a 2-year limited warranty. For additional product information, visit the Leviton website.

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