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Gen-Tran 30-Amp (4-Prong 75-Foot) Generator Power Cord

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Model: RJB10475
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Cord Consolidation
Connect a generator and transfer switch with a single cord

75-foot rubber cord with male and female twistlock plugs

120/240 Volt Cord
10-gauge cord powers both 120- and 240-volt systems

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Product Specs
120/240 Single-Phase
60 Hertz
Rated Watts
7500 Watts
Rated Amps
30 @ 240 Volts (Single Phase) Amps
Maximum Wattage
7500 Watts
UL Listed
NEMA L14-30R
Cord Length
75 feet
Wire Gague
10 Gague
Made in USA
27 Pounds
Consumer Warranty
2 Years
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Q: I have a Troy Bilt 6000 running watt 8250 starting watt generator. I would like to put it in my garage about 65 feet from my house. Would I loose too much power with this length cord? I have it under my florida room and the noise and worry of fumes worries me. If this is too long, what is the maximum length you would use? Thanks for your help.
by Doug Marable from Virginia on September 10, 2012

A: This cord is sized to handle the rated watts at the 75' distance with minimal voltage drop so you would be OK. Your generator will produce 25amps continuously so a 30amp cord rated for 75' is more than enough.

Just be sure to keep the generator in the garage's overhead door threshold with the exhaust facing out. Keep a walk door or window open as well to cross ventilate and use caution when entering the garage for any reason. Carbon monoxide gas can pool and catch you off guard. In addition, make sure the generator is not too close to anything flammable. Generators are meant to be operated in open, free air for cooling & ventilation reasons.
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Gen-Tran RJB10475 Reviews & Ratings
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Purchased from Electric Generators Direct
Purchased 8/29/12
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2 Reviews
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Hurricane Sandy
I used my Generator and cord during the worst storm ever- SANDY was a bad girl, she downed trees and poles.

We lost power for 18 hours. As soon as the power went out we started the generator and only shut it down to refuel. It was great to have lights, TV, and heat. You would never know the power was out.

This was a great investment and gives me peace of mind. Thank you.
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Orem, UT
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Electrical Contractor
This was the best value I could find for a generator cord. I install on average one transfer switches a month, and I am always looking for the best products for the best price from reliable retailers and wholesalers. I have purchased items here because of the quality, price, ease of use, and the trust I have in Electric Generators Direct. Thanks for your good service.
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Nottingham, NH
Purchased from Electric Generators Direct
Purchased 1/13/12
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Worth The Wait....
I live in a 3BDRM, 2.5BA, two-story cape style home with a water/well pump, oil heat / hot water via a boiler, electric stove, electric dryer, two large LED TVs, laptop computers, home security system, numerous lights, and - the biggest electrical drain - teenage children that apparently don't know how a light switch works.

With a long track history of losing power during New England storms, I needed a reliable generator that would not disrupt our daily lives.

I ordered the Briggs and... more
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Ocean Shores, WA
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Generator, Cord & Outlet Are Great
Got the Generac 5747 and the 75 foot Gen Tran 30 amp Cord with a Reliance PBN 30 Outlet box. Great set up.

Now it keeps going even when loaded. Electrician loved the unit. Said it ran like a champ.
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Norman, OK
Purchased from Electric Generators Direct
Purchased 10/9/09
Total Reviews
3 Reviews
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Basic Backup
We bought this package to be able to backup basic items around the house during an outage. The whole purchase was flawless from the great price to the free shipping. The Honeywell unit was easy to assemble, owners manual is easy to read and most important it started first time with one push of the electric start button and worked perfectly for the break in period. We also purchased the Gen-Tran transfer switch and a 75' power supply cord which was complete with everything needed to install... more
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