Replace One or Two JuiceBox® on a JuicePedestal™ (32A, 40A, 48A)

This section describes how to replace one or two JuiceBoxes which are installed on a JuicePedestal.
NOTE: Do not discard any parts or fasteners unless explicitly instructed to do so.
  1. Turn off all the circuit breakers that supply power to the pedestal.
    NOTE: Use a multimeter to ensure that wires supplying power to the pedestal indicates a zero voltage, as there may be more than one circuit in the junction box.
  2. Release the 10 fasteners that secure the back plate to the pedestal. Remove the back plate.
  3. To disconnect the electrical connection to the JuiceBox, do the following steps:
    1. Remove the cable gland fitting that secure the conduit from JuiceBox to the junction box.
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    2. Open the junction box within the pedestal and disconnect the connecting means within the junction box.
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    3. Use a multimeter to ensure that there is no power at the hardwire connections.
      WARNING: Do not continue with this procedure until the multimeter shows that there is no power at the hardwire connections to mains.
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    4. Disconnect the JuiceBox wiring from the incoming power wiring in the junction box.
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  4. If the JuiceBox is connected to the CCR, disconnect the Ethernet cable(s) from the back cover of the payment terminal.
  5. If the JuiceBox is connected to the JuiceRouter, disconnect the Ethernet cable from the port on the base of the JuiceRouter.
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  6. Release the screw that secures the cable holder ring, and then release the cable holder ring from the retractor.
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  7. Use a flat head screw driver to remove the locking rings from the cable holder ring. Remove the cable holder ring from the cable.
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  8. Release the 2 phillips head screws that secure the JuiceBox to the side panel of the pedestal.
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  9. Remove the Ethernet cable and conduit gland of old JuiceBox from the holes on the side panel. Remove the old JuiceBox.
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    NOTE: Remove the Ethernet cable carefully from the hole on the side panel to avoid any damage to the connector.
  10. Carefully hold the new JuiceBox near the pedestal and route the Ethernet cable and the conduit gland of the new JuiceBox into the holes on the side panel. Position the JuiceBox onto a pedestal (refer to step 9).
  11. Reinstall the 2 phillips head screws to secure the JuiceBox to the side panel of the pedestal (refer to step 8).
  12. Tightly roll the rubber strip around the new JuiceBox cable, position the cable holder ring on the cable and install the locking rings on the cable holder ring.
  13. Install the bolt and nut to secure the hose clamp onto the stopper.
    NOTE: It is recommended to apply a torque of 7 in-lbs to the bolt.
  14. To connect the JuiceBox to the JuiceRouter, connect the Ethernet cable to the port on the base of the JuiceRouter (refer to step 5).
  15. To connect the JuiceBox to the CCR, connect the Ethernet cable(s) to the back cover of the payment terminal (refer to step 4).
  16. To connect the electrical connection to the JuiceBox, do the following steps:
    NOTE:
    • The JuicePedestal must be installed in accordance with the National Electrical Code (NFPA 70) and all applicable local jurisdiction requirements.
    • Junction Boxes must be UL Listed or UL Certified for outdoor-use due to local regulations, if necessary.
    • Conduit fittings must be liquid-tight and UL Listed or UL Certified for outdoor-use.
    1. Insert the new JuiceBox wires and conduit into the junction box (refer to step 3d).
    2. Connect the JuiceBox wires to the incoming power wiring using the original connecting means and close the junction box (refer to step 3b).

      Black

      Red

      Green

      L1 L2 Ground
    3. Tighten the cable gland fitting that secure the conduit from JuiceBox to the junction box (refer to step 3a).
  17. Reinstall the back plate (refer to step 2).
  18. Turn on all the circuit breakers that supply power to the pedestal. The JuiceBox turns on automatically and the LED indicator flashing to blue color.