Reliance Controls 60-Amp Utility/30-Amp (GFI) Gen Outdoor Transfer Panel w/ Meters

Reliance Controls 60-Amp Utility/30-Amp (GFI) Gen Outdoor Transfer Panel w/ Meters
Model: XRC0603CR
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Features
Features
  • Designed For Use With GFI-Equipped Portable Generators
  • Exclusive third-pole for the neutral that switches sequentially
  • Easily Switch Between A Portable Generator & Utility Power
  • Prevents sending 240V current to a 120V circuit
  • Prevents A Ground Fault
  • Prevents the circuit breakers on the generator from tripping
  • Useful Applications
  • Portable generators w/ GFCI protected outlets
  • Bonded neutral generators
  • Installations requiring a separately-derived system
  • Plenty of Branch Spaces
  • 10 standard spaces
  • Up to 18 spaces with the use of tandem breakers
  • Watt Meters
  • Monitor or balance generator load
Specifications
Product Specs
Frequency
60 Hertz
Rated Watts
7500 Watts
Enclosure
NEMA 3R
Neutral Type
Bonded
ATS Poles
3 Poles
Max Utility Input
60 Amps
Max Generator Input
30 Amps
Maximum Wattage
7500 Watts
Overview
Weight
39 Pounds
Product Length
22.25 Inches
Product Width
14.25 Inches
Product Height
4.5 Inches
Consumer Warranty
1 Year
Features
Features
  • Designed For Use With GFI-Equipped Portable Generators
  • Exclusive third-pole for the neutral that switches sequentially
  • Easily Switch Between A Portable Generator & Utility Power
  • Prevents sending 240V current to a 120V circuit
  • Prevents A Ground Fault
  • Prevents the circuit breakers on the generator from tripping
  • Useful Applications
  • Portable generators w/ GFCI protected outlets
  • Bonded neutral generators
  • Installations requiring a separately-derived system
  • Plenty of Branch Spaces
  • 10 standard spaces
  • Up to 18 spaces with the use of tandem breakers
  • Watt Meters
  • Monitor or balance generator load
Specifications
Product Specs
Frequency
60 Hertz
Rated Watts
7500 Watts
Enclosure
NEMA 3R
Neutral Type
Bonded
ATS Poles
3 Poles
Max Utility Input
60 Amps
Max Generator Input
30 Amps
Maximum Wattage
7500 Watts
Overview
Weight
39 Pounds
Product Length
22.25 Inches
Product Width
14.25 Inches
Product Height
4.5 Inches
Consumer Warranty
1 Year
Product Specs
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Specifications
Product Specs
Frequency
60 Hertz
Rated Watts
7500 Watts
Enclosure
NEMA 3R
Neutral Type
Bonded
ATS Poles
3 Poles
Max Utility Input
60 Amps
Max Generator Input
30 Amps
Maximum Wattage
7500 Watts
Overview
Weight
39 Pounds
Product Length
22.25 Inches
Product Width
14.25 Inches
Product Height
4.5 Inches
Consumer Warranty
1 Year
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I have had an electrician install a 50A RV type plug out side that handles 240 volts. I have plugged in my 3.5kW generator and after turning off the main switch in my panel for safety it worked fine. But, now I'm looking to buy a 8kW Generac generator. My question is what would the transfer panel do for me and do I need one?
Bob Crawford 
from Florida 
April 08, 2011
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Answer
When properly connecting to a home circuit panel a manual transfer switch is required as the NEC (National Electric Code) states the plastic covered breakers (standard) in a panel are not suitable for connecting primary power/generator power.

With this said; your original connection did not meet NEC code and could have caused a fire in your home due to overheating plastic coated generator breaker that your electrician wired the inlet box to.

A manual transfer switch has the correct mechanical breaker internally that will properly disconnect your generator from utility service.
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