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50 Amp 10-Circuit Manual Transfer Switch
  • Reliance Controls
  • Model A510C
  • Internet # 206503336

50 Amp 10-Circuit Manual Transfer Switch

$396.72 /each

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Internet #202216473

50-Amp 10-Circuit Transfer Switch

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This 10-circuit, 50-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 ten single-pole circuits OR six single-pole circuits and two 20A double pole circuits. It allows you to power electrical appliances, devices and lighting during a power outage. This transfer switch is completely code compliant and keeps the generator power isolated from the utility power at all times.

  • 2-Watt meters to monitor and balance the generator load
  • For use with generators up to 12500 running-Watt
  • Listed by Underwriters Laboratories Inc
  • 5-year warranty

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220 Volt circuits?

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Eric
NJ
November 10, 2012
my well pump and hot water heater are 220Volt. Will this box let me power both? Using an 8000 watt generator with 10,000 watt surge. My generator has a 220v four prong round female plug. What else do I need?
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December 26, 2014
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Disregard my comments that the max wattage is 7500w it is 12500 for this switch
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December 22, 2014
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I think the maximum wattage for this switch is 7500 Watts
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November 11, 2012
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This transfer switch will allow you to power your well pump and your hot water heater as long as the circuit breakers for these are not greater than 20 amps. This transfer switch can power up to five 220 volt circuits but they must be 20 amps or less. If one of these devices is on a 30 amp circuit breaker you can use internet item no. 202216478. You will also need an inlet box to install outdoors and a Read More
This transfer switch will allow you to power your well pump and your hot water heater as long as the circuit breakers for these are not greater than 20 amps. This transfer switch can power up to five 220 volt circuits but they must be 20 amps or less. If one of these devices is on a 30 amp circuit breaker you can use internet item no. 202216478. You will also need an inlet box to install outdoors and a generator cord to plug the generator into the inlet box. Read Less
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I have a duromax xp10000e generator. Will this switch power my house with a well pump, elec. water heater etc.?

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February 23, 2014
I have elec. heat which is used maybe 15% due to a pellet stove doing most of the work.
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December 26, 2014
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Yes. You can hook it up to run your water heater and well pump as well as many other circuits as long as you don't hook it up to a circuit that has a breaker greater than 30 amps.
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April 3, 2014
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I would strongly suggest you contact the manufacture, Reliance Controls Corporation at (800) 634-6155, you will need the amperage & wattage of each item you want to connect, and also, you need to have the owners manual for your generator as well.
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Can a 5500 Watt generator handle ten breakers not using them at the same time

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January 13, 2013
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December 26, 2014
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Yes. If you draw more than 5500 it will just trip the breaker
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January 14, 2013
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Yes, you can use this transfer switch with a 5500 watt generator. If the generator is unable to power all ten circuits at once, you can temporarily turn off the circuits that you are not using on the transfer switch. You could also use item no. 202216472 or item 202214969 in your application. They are both 10 circuit transfer switches that are rated for generators up to 7500 watts instead of 12500 like Read More
Yes, you can use this transfer switch with a 5500 watt generator. If the generator is unable to power all ten circuits at once, you can temporarily turn off the circuits that you are not using on the transfer switch. You could also use item no. 202216472 or item 202214969 in your application. They are both 10 circuit transfer switches that are rated for generators up to 7500 watts instead of 12500 like this one. Read Less
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Do I need the 50 amp service to power my hot tub along with other household circuits

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Fort Wayne IN.
December 30, 2012
I have a hot tub that I need to protect from freezing. and want to power a few other circuits like a gas furnace, well- water pump, refridgerator, a few lights and outlets. I dont have a problem (doing the Green Acres thing) switching off other circuits to allow power to go to hot tub to keep it from freezing at night. it has a 50 amp GFCI outlet running to it now. will this 50 amp transfer panel meet my needs?
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February 11, 2013
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I run my whole house at 4000 watts with everything but the central air turned on.. you
Should find out how many watts you need and match that up to your unit.
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January 2, 2013
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This transfer switch will not work with your hot tub. This switch is rated at 50 amps total, but the largest household circuit that can be connected to it is 20 amps. You will need to use a transfer panel that can accomodate a 50 amp circuit breaker to power your hot tub from a generator.
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