An electrical panel (also known as a breaker panel) is a metal box with a door that is normally installed into a wall in a secluded area of your home. All of your home's breaker switches are located inside. Breaker switches can be toggled on and off.
The way an electrical panel and a fuse box govern voltage flow is where they differ. You'll see rows of switches when you open an electrical panel (also known as a circuit breaker panel or a breaker box). These are circuit breakers, each for a separate circuit.
The main breaker panel, fuse boxes, main lug panels, and subpanels are the four types of electrical panels.
Because the circuit breaker panel has little switches within, it's easy to distinguish the two apart visually. They're usually labelled to indicate which switch belongs to which circuit. Instead of switches, a fuse box contains small circular fuses, one for each circuit in the house.
On hot or energised wires, power leaves the electrical panel, passes through the device or outlet, and then returns to the panel through neutral wires. When a person's hands come into contact with hot and neutral conductors, the current completes its circuit through the body, resulting in electrocution.
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