11 Best Generlink Meter Mounted Transfer Switch

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Top 11 Generlink Meter Mounted Transfer Switch

1
Reliance Controls Corporation CSR202 ( Generators Up To 5,000 Watts)
Product Highlights:
  • outdoor, nema 3r transfer switch
  • easy to install, easy to use. max. combined load @ 125 vac - 40
  • maximum generator running watts: 5,000
2
Connecticut Electric EGS107501G2KIT EmerGen ( TRANSFER SWITCH KIT)
Product Highlights:
  • for use with any portable generator that has up to 30-amp output, nema l1430
  • double throw rocker switches absolutely eliminate the possibility of power back feeding to the utility line or to your generator when power is restored
  • 2 pole circuits allows 240-volt circuits - perfect for well or sump pump applications, if a two pole circuit is not needed, the tie bar can be removed to allow for two single pole circuits
3
Generlink Auto Transfer Switch ( Amp, Model# MA23-N)
Product Highlights:
  • 30 amp transfer switch for a home with up to a 200 amp service
  • built in 75ka per phase surge protection
  • prevents dangerous back feeding
4
Reliance Controls Corporation 31406CRK ( Kit For Generators (7500 Watts).)
Product Highlights:
  • kit includes 31406c six-circuit prewired transfer switch, pc3010 power cord (10 feet, 10 awg, l14-30 ends), pb30 outdoor painted steel remote power inlet box, wire nuts, and l14-20 male plug for 20a generator outlets
  • convenient kit for your transfer switch, circuitry and multi-wiring needs
  • maximum generator running watts: 7,500
6
Go Power TS30 30 ( Transfer Switch)
Product Highlights:
  • can handle 2 sources of 30 amps at one time
  • made for use with inverter, shore power or generators
  • delay switch for use with generators
8
Reliance Controls Corporation 31410B ( Generators Up To 7,500 Running Watts)
Product Highlights:
  • designed for fast installation in both residential and commerical applications
  • 18-inch flexible conduit whip easily attaches to load center
  • maximum generator running watts: 7,500
9
Reliance Controls Corporation 31410CRK ( Generators Up To 7,500 Running Watts)
Product Highlights:
  • kit includes 31410c ten-circuit prewired transfer switch, pc3010 power cord (10 feet, 10 awg, l14-30 ends), pb30 outdoor painted steel power inlet box, and wire nuts
  • convenient kit for your transfer switch, circuitry and multi-wiring needs.pro/tran transfer switches feature a rugged powder-coated steel cabinet with six combination 1/2-inch and 3/4-inch knockouts
  • maximum generator running watts: 7,501. max. combined load @ 125 vac:60, max. combined load @ 250 vac:30
10
Reliance Controls Corporation PB30 ( Generators Up To 7,500 Running Watts)
Product Highlights:
  • for indoor or outdoor use with specific transfer switches, manual transfer panels and generator-ready load centers
  • outdoor, raintight nema 3r non-metallic power inlet box provides generous wiring space
  • maximum generator running watts: 7,500
11
Camco PowerDefender Circuit Analyzer ( 30 Amp Male To 30 Amp Female (55310))
Product Highlights:
  • rv electrical protection: protects your electrical equipment from power surges
  • diagnostic leds: provide indication of faults when you connect your electrical cord to the power pedestal
  • indicates wiring issues: indicates faults for reverse polarity, open neutral and other wiring issues

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