Seneye DRi Box

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Seneye DRi Box

SKU: 209534

reg. $37.99

Special Price: $32.29

In Stock: 5
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Quick Overview

Why does BRS Recommend this?

Electrical safety is one of our top concerns when working with saltwater equipment. Keeping your outlets dry and removing any possibility of water getting to them is imperative for your tanks safety and your own. The Seneye DRi Box can hold smaller power strips and lets you route your power cords into an out of the box keeping them safe from water drips.

The Seneye DRi box is a great safety and aesthetic addition to any system. By keeping all the power connections in a waterproof box keeps the chance of drips and spill from causing an electrical issue or even worse a fire.  With lockable clips and double soft seals on each wire, the DRi box is UV stable, and great for aquariums or ponds.


Full Details

The seneye DRi is a waterproof connection box that allows you to keep your electrical connections safe and tidy; best of all there is no need for rewiring or expensive electricians. DRi is ideal for both ponds and aquariums.

With a lockable clip top lid the DRi is IP55 rated against dust and water and allows you to keep 4 way power extension bars protected even with timers.

Special features such as double soft seals on each wire, a 360 degree soft seal on the inside on inside of the lid and an individual strain relief on cables keeps everything safe and DRi. Made from UV stable polypropylene the DRi won’t fade or crack outdoors.

Buy one today and avoid electrocution or damage to equipment from those inevitable water splashes, showers and spills.



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Product Questions

What are the dimensions?
Question by: Kerry Williams on Mar 16, 2016 11:37:00 AM
Great question!
This will be 14" x 9.5" x 5". Feel free to let us know if you have any further questions!
Answer by: Connor (Admin) on Mar 16, 2016 2:53:00 PM