These white all-plastic boxes are some of the newest types, typically from the 1980s or later.
Almost identical to the older brown plastic types, this is made from white plastic and has two fuseways. In this instance, only one fuse was fitted, which was a 5 amp. The rightmost fuseway has a blank plate fitted.
The main switch is rated to 45A, and the cover is secured with two small screws either side of the switch.
A hole has been cut in the lower left edge for cables to enter, and as usual, the casing is coated with white emulsion paint.
The Neutral block is to the left and below the main switch.
The back of this box is made from moulded plastic, in contrast to the wooden versions which just had an outer frame and no back. The earth block is located directly above the fuses, which is another change from the wooden frame types.
There are two additional supports just below the fuse cover, on account of the plastic material being far thinner and therefore more flexible than the older types.
The fuses are identical to other models. Here the leftmost position has a blank plate fitted, and the other five ways are for 15A fuses.
Earth block is top centre, neutral block to the left of the main switch, outgoing circuits connect to the top of each fuseway, and the live busbar is located along the bottom of the fuseways.
The incoming terminals only have a single clamping screw each, and the plastic moulding is much narrower. The plastic terminal covers are a single piece, rather than separate covers for each terminal.
The switch itself operates in reverse to the previous types - here, the switch is ON when in the raised position. The switch lever is red moulded plastic, and is much wider than the earlier types.