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Gen-Tran 50-Amp Power Transfer System (10' w/ Straight Blade)

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Model: KIT50-10SB
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Safest Way to Distribute Power
Eliminates dangerous backfeeds and electrical overloads

Everything But the Electrician
50-amp transfer switch, power inlet box and 10 ft. cord

Energize Hardwired Appliances
Supplies electricity to furnance fans and interior lights

12 Total Circuits (Expandable to 16 Circuits)
Three 1-Pole @ 15 Amps
Three 1-Pole @ 20 Amps
One 2-Pole @ 20 Amps
One 2-Pole @ 30 Amps
One 2-Pole @ 50 Amps

Required 100Amp 2-pole Main Breaker in Load Center

Inlet Box Flip Lid (sold separately) Model: FLPIB
Product Specs
Voltage
120/240 Single-Phase
Frequency
60 Hertz
Rated Watts
12500 Watts
Rated Amps
50 @ 240 Volts (Single Phase) Amps
Enclosure
NEMA 1R
Number of Circuit Breakers
12
Max Generator Input
50 Amps
Maximum Wattage
12500 Watts
UL Listed
No
Transfer Switch Circuits
15A 120V
3
20A 120V
3
20A 240V
1
30A 240V
1
50A 240V
1
Circuit Breaker Protection
Each Circuit
Plugs
NEMA 14-50R
1
Cord
Cord Length
10 feet
Wire Gauge
6 Gauge
Overview
Made in USA
Yes
Weight
53 Pounds
Product Length
11.5 Inches
Product Width
14.5 Inches
Product Height
3.5 Inches
Consumer Warranty
2 Years
Model
KIT50-10SB
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Outlets
NEMA 14-50R
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  1 Question
Q: Hi Jim. I'm looking for a transfer box to allow me to run 16 single pole circuits. I won't be running any 230V stuff with my Honda 6,500 Watt generator, but it runs all my 110V circuits just fine. I'm looking at your model #300660. But, I don't need that recepticate at the top to plug into. I'd rather just wire it in. Can I get that box with a pre-wired whip & save a little money? Or, just get the box without input wiring? Or, is there another transfer box you recommend?
Thanks for your help.

by Glenn McGrath from Virginia on August 04, 2012

A: To get the full power out of the generator you still want to plug into the 240V outlet of the unit and still purchase a 120/240V type manual transfer switch. You would just use all 120V circuit breakers on the switch.

The following kit would be recommended....

Gen-Tran KIT30-25

by Mike, Product Expert

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