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100 Amp 240-Volt Non-Fused Emergency Power Transfer Switch

  • Double-throw, non-fusible design
  • NEMA type-3R enclosure for outdoor use
  • UL Listed and cUL Listed
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Product Overview

The GE 100 Amp 240-Volt Non-Fused Emergency Power Transfer Switch is great for running your outdoor backup generator. This emergency power transfer switch is designed for use with 12 - 1 AWG/kcmil copper or aluminum lug wire. With a NEMA type-3R metal enclosure, this transfer switch is UL listed and ANSI certified for safety.

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
5.2 in
Product Height (in.)
15.13 in
Product Width (in.)
7.2 in

Details

Automatic/Manual
Manual
Electrical Product Type
Transfer Switch
Features
Mountable,On/Off Switch
Fused
Non-Fused
Maximum Amperage (amps)
100
Maximum Wattage
0 W
Number of Circuits
0
Phase Type
1 Phase
Power Distribution Features
No Additional Features
Product Weight (lb.)
10.65 lb
Returnable
180-Day
Voltage (volts)
240

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
ANSI Certified,UL Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
One year warranty from first use

Questions & Answers

66Questions58Answers

is this an indoor or out door switch. I need to know if i can mount it on the side of my house

Asked by GReg January 6, 2014
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Run your backup generator with the GE 200 Amp 240-Volt non-fused emergency power transfer switch. This emergency power transfer switch offers a NEMA type-3R metal enclosure for outdoor use.

Do the positions of this switch (ON/OFF/ON) latch or use detents, or does the switch just continu...

Asked by Charles April 20, 2018
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When closed in top and bottom position the pincers hold tightly. In the center off position there is a gentle detent. It would not fall closed without some force applied besides gravity.

the specs denote the lug sizes. It appears that these sizes will not accept a 200a wire. Please explain

Asked by tuna October 31, 2011
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Should accept aluminum or copper as far as I know. Check with an electrician to see if it meets local code.

Is this considered a double pull double throw switch?

Asked by Mik March 25, 2013
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It's a Double POLE Double throw switch. It is installed just south of the (electric) meter pan. It lets you choose between the utility feeding power to your house OR the Generator feeding power to your house. This is a safe way to power up your house with a generator. Back feeding power into your house can be done, but unless you know EXACTLY what you're doing, it might cause injury or death to those nearby the outage site as well as putting utility workers at risk of injury or death. DO IT THE RIGHT WAY!

200 amp service, 30 amp generator and this product

Asked by Tim077 November 21, 2012
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You cannot normally. The issue is that what ever subpanel games you play to match up wire size and breakers, you will be powering the bus of your main service and all of the appliances that likely add up to 100-200amps are there ready to draw power. That is why your home has 200amp service. Yes there are ways to manage it manually that the numbers work but those are not electrical inspector approved solutions. So if there will be an inspector involved, it will be forbidden to connect this to 200amp service. The subpanel or dedicated breaker idea is that that 240V line will be used to monitor that the grid is up and if the grid goes down, that is the power path from the generator to the main bus. Of course the generator will only be putting out about 30 amps. But now the problem is your generator is pumping power in through the branch while your house is still connected to the grid. You must not do that!! An Inspector will not accept your manual plan to turn breakers/service on and off.

this item shows not in stock anywhere close, how can I get it? Is there an alternate?

Asked by pikr October 13, 2011
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Have it shipped directly to your home.

does this switch have an off position? as in I can set it to the generator, the street service OR...

Asked by jleslie48 March 7, 2018
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Yes, I bought 10 and they were installed after Huricanes Irma and Maria destroyed our power grid in Puerto Rico, they have 2 On selectors and 1 Off, one is conected to the power company and the other will be for the generator

Is this weather resistant so this be mounted outside presumably near the Meter?

Asked by JeremyB April 11, 2020
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Yes This is 3 position manual switch To transfer from grid (utility company) To generator supplied power Since 100 amp typically from power source to sub panel

Can this device be used as manual transfer single load switch for my well.

Asked by Mark February 19, 2012
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To confirm you plan: use this to select power for your well from Either the grid or your generator. You do NOT plan to backfeed the house from the generator through this box also wired to the well. You can use it to select the power source for your well. You cannot install it such that the house will have power when you use the generator to also power the well. Think of the switch as kind of a Y with common and unique paths. You need the bottom of the Y to be the pump, the upper 2 ends to be your home power supply and your generator. The Switch will allow one of the top parts of the Y to connect to your pump. (There's also an option for nothing connected to your well).

What is the inlet power rated for. 200A is for the utility side of the switch. Often times the auxiliary side (generator power) is different.

Asked by Rex September 6, 2013
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Aux. power can be up to 200 amps.

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It's a transfer switch, nothing fancy just a 100 Amp manual transfer switch. The housing is solid...
It's a transfer switch, nothing fancy just a 100 Amp manual transfer switch. The housing is solid and is a good size so there is plenty of room for the wiring.
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this 200 amp box was built very well ,I would recommend it to anyone. although it doesn't get use...
this 200 amp box was built very well ,I would recommend it to anyone. although it doesn't get used daily, I'm sure it will long outlast me and my grand kids. delivery was on time , and in good condition. With all the necessary paper work!
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This transfer switch is WAY too big. It weighs a ton and is huge, while being filled mostly with...
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This transfer switch is WAY too big. It weighs a ton and is huge, while being filled mostly with empty air inside. Home Depot was great to work with when ordering and shipping this device, but the device itself looks like it was designed in the 1940's and has not been revised since.
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Unable to change the STAR rating from EXCELLENT to GOOD. The transfer switch works well. The screws for the blank cover on top were not self taping and the holes were not taped so I had to stop my work and get a tap to install the blank cover. The clip that holds the cover closed is not installed properly and will not keep the lid secured unless you install a clip or pad lock.
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I am puzzled that only one side of the box had a conduit knock-out that is up to 1.5in in size. ...
I am puzzled that only one side of the box had a conduit knock-out that is up to 1.5in in size. The other side was limited to 1.25in and that limitation forced me to re-site the box from my original plan. The selector handle is a bit small in size and should be a bit longer to allow for better leverage in positively seating the contact blades in the box when selecting either "ON" position. Better yet, spring-loading the contact blades would better ensure positive engagement when moving from position to position. It would be prudent to provide a cover of some sort to the exposed blades of the movable contact bars - - I have opted to place a lock on the box to prevent unauthorized people opening it.
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Hilo Hawaii
WORKS GREAT!
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Product is exactly as described and easy to install. Heavy duty and well built. Works great in switching between my generator/utility.
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Campo, CA
200 amp ManualTransfer Switch
Item arrived in good time and intact. About the only device that will work for this job, and you can't beat the price. Would recommend highly.
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Best value, compact size
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Utilized as transfer switch for backup power system with multiple sources (multiple units required). Larger wiring lugs would be nice. They accomodate the NEC minimum 60°C wire size for the 100A device rating but no consideraton for larger wire necessitated by derating due to temperature, length of run, multiple wires in conduit, voltage drop, etc. 2 sizes larger would make a huge difference.
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Everything I expected...
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Everything I expected, installed easily and performs as quality equipment. It's priced more than competitively, couldn't find a better deal and with free delivery you can't beat it..
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Tolland, CT, USA
Solid Product
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This is a solid switch with plenty of room for routing the heavy wires needed to support the 100 amp rating. Best of all, it is made in the USA.
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