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60 A. 6 to 12 Circuits expandable (using space-saver breakers). Certified for use with any combination of full or half module plug-in circuit breakers. Suitable for use with generator having either a bonded or unbonded neutral conductor. 12-month warranty.
Should I assume this box gives me the option to install 6 circuits (or 12 doubles) into the box while the transfer disconnects off power from the main line and moves it to the generator? Also, what advantage is there in the 60amp versus 30amp unit?
Asked by: Rick1957
Hi, purchased this unit ...... 60amp better for more options to switch over on Generator and more Amps available ..... 6 doubles = 12 circuits total or 6 singles or combination of both Remember all generators have different supply loads so 60 gives you more option
Answered by: Panelinstall
Date published: 2021-02-03
Does this work for a standby or a portable generator? Also, is this transfer switch good for a portable generator with a max of 50 AMP?
Asked by: Adrian2020
Yes, this panel is made to connect a standby generator to. It has a 60amp beaker with interlock between generator and main power source, so this panel is made for a 50amp generator.
Answered by: Homepowerking
Date published: 2020-12-02
Can you please provide me with the instruction manual for this switch. How do I transfer power from utility to generator during power failure and then back to utility. Is everything done in the generator panel or do I need to do anything in my main panel.
Asked by: zymney
if you look closely at the picture, you will see there is an interlock between the two sets of main breakers. when one is on , the other is off. you would feed one from the main panel and the other from the generator. when the power goes out, switch to the generator breaker which turns off the mains at the same time.