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Re: Transfer switches

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08-03-2013 15:04:33

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If you are talking manual transfer switches.....get a 200A one, and switch the whole dang panel! can use whatever you want. That is how my house is setup. It is outside, next to the meter. There is a conduit ran from the transfer switch to the shop, where I can plug my generator welder in. WORKS GREAT! You can use a smaller generator just to run lights/tv/etc. Then if your wife needs to cook, laundry/whatever....use a bigger one. That is what I do.

I can get a 200A manual service rated transfer switch for $500.00 last I checked. The best way to go! If your service is bigger....they make bigger switches also.

Or are you wanting a autostart up deal?

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08-03-2013 16:16:00

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 Re: Transfer switches in reply to Sparktrician, 08-03-2013 15:04:33  
Manual start. I have to drag the generator from the shop to the house, hook it up, then start it. I have a 20KW generator with auto start and an automatic transfer switch but the control board is fried and I cannot find either a schematic or get someone to repair it.

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BILLY Shafer

08-06-2013 05:18:33

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 Re: Transfer switches in reply to awlknottedup, 08-03-2013 16:16:00  
Give Flight Systems a call. They rebuild control boards for just about everyone. I have used them for years. Better warranty than OEM and a better board.Plus real people that know what they are talking about.To talk to if you need help.

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