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30 Amp 10-Circuit Manual Transfer Switch with 2-Pole 30 Amp Breaker
  • Reliance Controls
  • Model A310C
  • Internet # 206499419

30 Amp 10-Circuit Manual Transfer Switch with 2-Pole 30 Amp Breaker

$367.62 /each

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Model Q310C

Internet #202216478

30-Amp 10-Circuit Heavy Duty Transfer Switch

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This 10-circuit, 30 Amp manual transfer switch is designed for fast installation (indoors) in a home, office or small business. It is completely pre-wired and enables the electrical system of the building to accept the power of a portable generator to run up to eight single-pole circuits and one 20A double pole circuit. It allows you to power electrical appliances, devices and lighting during a power outage. The Q310C features standard 1-inch interchangeable circuit breakers that can be re-configured into multiple double-pole 15A and 20A (240V) circuits. This transfer switch is completely code compliant and keeps the generator power isolated from the utility power at all times.

  • Two wattmeters to monitor and balance the generator load
  • For use with generators up to 7500 running watt
  • Listed by underwriters laboratories Inc
  • 5-year warranty

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Transfer switch internet # 202216478 Hot Water heater

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February 10, 2013
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Will this panel feed a 30 amp hot water heater ? If no which transfer switch. I have a 7000W portable generator.
Thanks in advance
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May 21, 2013
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YES
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February 26, 2013
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iF THE WATER HEATER IS THE ONLY LOAD ON THE TRANSFER SWITCH (USE ONLY THE 30 AMP DUAL BREAKER) AND IF THE WATER HEATER RUNS ON 220 - 230 VOLTS, THEN THIS WILL WORK BUT IF THE WATER HEATER NEEDS 30 AMPS, YOUR GENERATOR MAY NOT BE ABLE TO CARRY THE LOAD STEADY STATE. CHECK YOUR GENERATOR RATINGS.
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February 12, 2013
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Yes. There is a 30-amp 2-pole circuit breaker in the A&B slots.
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February 11, 2013
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There is a thirty amp breaker on the transfer switch, so it will run a water heater if that is the same breaker size as what you heater is current using. I will say this, I have mine on a 9,000w generator with 7,500 running watts and when the water heater runs the same time as a bunch of other stuff, it really revs the generator. you might find you are maxing out and need to cycle some stuff on and off.
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February 11, 2013
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This transfer switch will work great in your application. It can accomodate a double pole 30 amp circuit for your water heater and can be used with generators up to 7500 running watts. The switch comes standard with one double pole 30 amp circuit breaker, one double pole 20 amp breaker, and 6 single pole 15 amp breakers.
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does the generator cord come with it like the 6 circuit unit

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does the generator cord come with it like the 6 circuit unit
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September 30, 2014
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April 22, 2014
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No, with this unit you have to buy the cord separate. I WOULD buy reliance controls cord though. Because some other manufactures cords plugs are not molded like these. The plugs are put together ones. Reliance controls is the way to go. Part # PC3010 for the 10 foot and PC3020 for the 20 foot.
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January 2, 2014
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This transfer switch does not come with a cord or power inlet box. The most commonly used cords for this switch are four wire twist locks, internet numbers 202216498, 202216499, and 202216500.
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Do i need to shut off my main breaker in my service panel?

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February 18, 2013
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February 26, 2013
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NOT AS LONG AS YOU A RE CAREFUL AND HAVE WORKED IN THE MAIN PANEL PREVIOUSLY. TURN EACH INDIVIDUAL LOAD CENTER CB OFF BEFORE WIRING THAT INTO THE TRANSFER SWITCH, THEN TURN IT BACK ON WHEN YOU HAVE COMPLETED BOTH CONNECTONS FOR THAT CIRCUIT.
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February 18, 2013
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No, you do not need to shut off the main breaker in your service panel when you are using your generator with this transfer switch. The transfer switch will keep the utility power and the generator power separated. The nice thing about leaving the main breaker on is that you will know when the utility power is back because the other circuits in your home will turn back on when the power is restored.
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10-3 gauge cable nm-b wire HOME DEPOT has it on line thats where I got it
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February 12, 2013
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I had a similar situation to yours. To avoid voltage drop, I installed 10/3 Romex (non-metallic) cable. It is very stiff and a somewhat difficult to run through basement joists, but don't force it. Just work it little by little and you'll make the whole run. You'll need some very good cutters to cut it to length, and unfortunately, you'll probably only use them this once. But it's worth spending money on Read More
I had a similar situation to yours. To avoid voltage drop, I installed 10/3 Romex (non-metallic) cable. It is very stiff and a somewhat difficult to run through basement joists, but don't force it. Just work it little by little and you'll make the whole run. You'll need some very good cutters to cut it to length, and unfortunately, you'll probably only use them this once. But it's worth spending money on good cutters. Read Less
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November 7, 2012
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We recommend 10 guage (#10) wire for generators up to 7500 running watts. You will need four wires (3 conductors plus a ground wire). In most cases 10-3 building wire is suitable (Romex style), but your local building code may require that the wires run inside of conduit.
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