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Discussion in 'Home Power and Microgeneration' started by Rob, Sep 24, 2004.

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  1. Rob

    Rob Guest

    Hi all, this seems to be very confusing. Perhaps that's why you need a
    license to be an electrician. Can I get a transfer switch similar to
    this
    http://www.emergencyswitch.com/yspecsf.html?id=12

    that goes between the meter and my house panel, so as to power
    the entire panel from a generator, while not frying the lineman?
    I keep running into 6 / 10 circuit aux. panels. My theory is to turn
    off
    my house panel circuits not required.

    thanks..Rob
     
  2. Netman

    Netman Guest

  3. m Ransley

    m Ransley Guest

    Why would you want that panel it is only 15a, and probably without
    interlock. The true transfer panel goes on your panel, is easy to
    instal. A Generac 6 citcuit kit from Lowes for 200 includes everything
    and is prewired and easy to instal. It includes exterior box , sockets,
    cable and plugs to your generator and interior interlocking panel with 2
    watt meters. Do it right or dont do it at all.
     
  4. SQLit

    SQLit Guest

    Check with you local authorities and utility. Each one is a bit different.
    The wiring diagram on the link you provided does not have an isolator.
     
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