Generac 6334 100 Amp Single Load Manual Transfer Switch

Generac Model: grcn6334
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Generac 6334 100 Amp Single Load Manual Transfer Switch Generac Model: grcn6334

Product Features & specs :

Generac 6334 100 Amp Single Load Manual Transfer Switch

Details
Don't be caught unprepared in an emergency or power outage. This Generac 100 Amp Single Load Manual Transfer Switch can be pre-install so your generator's power can be distributed throughout your home to power up appliances and critical circuits. No longer will you have to hassle with bulky and heavy extension cords, simply connect your portable generator to the transfer switch and you'll have power around your house during the most needed times. Generac 100 Amp Single Load Manual Transfer Switch is economical and code-compliant, and is perfect for homes, offices, garages, and farm buildings where the entire circuitry in a main panel or subpanel must be powered by a generator during a power outage and isolates the generator from the utility with manual switching action.
Features:
  • Compatible with any generator between 3000 and 25,000 Watts
  • Fast, flexible installation, suitable for surface or flush mounting indoors
  • Enclosure is made of aluminum and built to NEMA 1 specifications
  • Safely deliver power to a single load, such as a home, office, garage or farm building during a power outage
What’s Included:
  • 100 Amp Single Load Manual Transfer Switch - 6334
  • Hardware Kit
UL Safety
Yes
CSA Safety
No
Load Center
Single
Phase
1
Compatible Models
Any Generator Between 3000 to 15000 Watts
Rated AC Frequency
120V/240V
Enclosure Type
NEMA 1
ETL Safety
No
Length
11 in.
Width
4 in.
Height
13 in.
Depth
4 in.
Weight
10 lbs.
Warranty Term
2 Year

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Good, but if you're an electrician or know enough, you could just build the box.
Did the job i needed it too. Might have been able to build it myself. It's just an Eaton box, 2 double pole 100 amp breakers, neutral and grounding block and interlock. Might have saved $30-40 bucks, but then you've got to do the work. Easier to just buy, I suppose.
April 14, 2017

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