Generac Guardian 5621
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Generac Guardian Auxiliary Transfer Switch Contact Kit

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5621

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Generac Guardian Auxiliary Transfer Switch Contact Kit
Generac Guardian Auxiliary Transfer Switch Contact Kit
Model: 5621
$24.99
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Features

  • Auxiliary Transfer Switch Contact Kit
  • Allows a single load to be locked out from generator power
  • Used For Homes With Multiple High Electrical Demand Appliances
  • Such as electric heaters or multiple central AC units
  • Allows The Generator Transfer Switch To Interrupt Control Wire
  • Breaking the signal needed for the appliance to turn on
  • *One Contact Kit Per Transfer Switch
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Warning: This product can expose you to chemicals including Di-n-butyl phthalate (DBP) which is known to the State of California to cause Developmental Harm.
For more information go to: www.p65Warnings.ca.gov

Specifications

5621
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Frequency
60 Hertz
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Weight
3 Pounds
UPC
696471056211

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Can you give ma a general idea on how to install the auxiliary transfer switch contact kit. I do not want one of my AC unites being protected by my backup generator. I also want to buy the briggs riggs & Stratton 16kW Standby Generator System (200A Service Disconnect + AC Shedding) 4299. I need the front exhaust system for placement. Is this the best choice if I must have a front exhaust unit? Anything I need to know? Can you offer a better price or do you have any promotions on that unit?
Ralph Cabage 
from Tennessee 
September 21, 2013

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