A power distribution system, suitable for use in a building is provided, having a junction box, a hub, a junction device, and a cover plate. Wiring from the building is connected to the hub using various alternatives such as stab-in connections, set screws, or loop screws, and color coding facilitates proper wiring. Also, the junction device is a modular piece that can be attached to the junction box via interference there between. Furthermore, a cover plate can be attached to the junction device via interference there between, or the cover plate can be integrally attached to the junction device. The hub can accommodate circuitry that functions with the junction device while simultaneously accommodating circuitry wholly independent of the junction device. As such, the power distribution system enables wiring to be completed more quickly and accurately, in a wider variety of applications, thereby advantageously reducing associated costs.
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