During a power outage, skip the hassle of running multiple extension cords from your generator to your appliances. Instead, connect your portable generator to a permanently installed Generac manual transfer switch. By installing a transfer switch at the electrical panel, you eliminate the possibility of dangerous back feeds or electric overloads. A homeowner can safely run selected appliances such as a furnace, well pump, sump pump, refrigerator, television or lighting during a power outage.
Select-circuit transfer switches allow you to choose 6 to 16 select household circuits to power during an outage. If your needs change and later you choose to power more, your installer can easily expand the transfer switch by just adding more circuit breakers. Ideal for powering your furnace blower (gas or oil only), refrigerator and kitchen circuits, well pump, water heater, lights, security system, garage door opener and television. The enclosure can be surface or flush* mounted indoors next to an existing electrical panel in a basement, interior room or garage. Accommodates Arc fault and GFCI breakers to meet current code requirements. Wattmeters help you balance generator loads to prolong engine life. UL Listed in USA and Canada.
* Model 6376 enclosure designed for surface mount only.
NEMA Configuration of Male Inlet
Compatible with these Generac Generators:
|Product Weight||29 lbs.|
|Dimensions (Inches)||18L x 18W x 4H||Transfer Switch|
|Transfer Switch Model||Manual|
|Transfer Switch Amps||50 Amps|
|Transfer Switch Circuits||3 x 15 amp 1-pole
3 x 20 amp 1-pole
1 x 20 amp 2-pole
1 x 30 amp 2-pole
1 x 50 amp 2-pole
|ATS Poles||1 & 2||Warranty Information|
|Consumer Warranty||2 Years|