GenTran PowerStay Manual Transfer Switch

GenTran 301060 PowerStay 30 Amp Manual Transfer Switch (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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Gen Tran Manual Transfer Switch

 

 

Manual Transfer Switches

America’s Favorite Transfer Switches and the industry’s most VERSATILE transfer switches. Designed for backup generators ranging from 3,750 to 15,000 watts, our PowerStay generator transfer switch systems are available in 6, 8, 10 or 12-circuit configurations, but are expandable in the field to up to 16 circuits. Includes mechanically interlocked generator and utility breakers, branch circuit breakers, wiring harness (at least 36″), 24″ conduit with fittings, closing plate for hardwiring, and wire nuts.

 

Features:
Install like a subpanel
Expandable to 16 circuits using interchangeable type breakers
Reconfigurable using standard interchangeable type breakers
Accommodate Arc Fault and GFCI breakers to meet 2008 NEC requirements
Includes wattmeters to help balance generator loads (indoor models only)
Power inlet included on most models for quick generator cord connection
Some models include 30 and 50 amp breakers for connecting larger appliances like water heaters, air conditioners or electric ranges
Indoor models can be Flush or Surface mounted
Outdoor models features an Aluminum NEMA 3R rated enclosure with power inlet on bottom (except model 601210) for quick cord connection
UL Listed with Siemens, Square D (HOM), Cutler-Hammer (BR) and GE (THQL) breakers
Accommodates Surge Suppression (using surge suppression breakers)
Requires a 2-pole 60 or 100 amp main breaker in existing load center to feed this transfer switch as a subpanel.
UL Listed to UL 1008.
Made in USA

 

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