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Model #TC35322

60 Amp 240-Volt Non-Fused Indoor General-Duty Double-Throw Safety Switch

  • Use to switch one load between two different power sources
  • Ample wire bending space
  • Lockable latch cover and 3 position (ON-OFF-ON) bright red handle
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Product Overview

Ideal for hook-stick operation, this GE 60 Amp 240-Volt Non-Fused Indoor General-Duty Double-Throw Safety Switch features a rugged, easy-to-grip molded thermoplastic donut handle with a bright red finish for high visibility. This safety switch offers a lockable 3-position (on-off-on) handle for added security.
  • 3-pole, double-throw safety switch designed for indoor applications where safety, high performance and continuity of service are essential
  • Rugged, easy-to-grip molded thermoplastic donut handle offers a bright red finish for high visibility
  • Ideal for hook-stick operation
  • Highly visible on/off label helps take the guesswork out of safety and lends a clean, modern appearance
  • Lockable 3-position (on-off-on) handle for added security
  • Lockable cover latch and defeatable interlock meet all safety inspection requirements
  • UL listed as service entrance equipment and ANSI certified



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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
9.32
Product Height (in.)
18.78
Product Width (in.)
12.95

Details

Automatic/Manual
Manual
Electrical Product Type
Disconnect
Features
Mountable,On/Off Switch
Fused
Non-Fused
Maximum Amperage (amps)
60
Maximum Wattage
0 W
Phase Type
1 Phase
Power Distribution Features
No Additional Features
Product Weight (lb.)
19.307
Returnable
180-Day
Voltage (volts)
240

Warranty / Certifications

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

Questions & Answers

21Questions20Answers

Can this switch be used as a transfer switch with line 1 coming from my power panel and the line ...

Asked by JT August 17, 2020
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What is the largest wire size this can accept?

Asked by Leroy September 23, 2019
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Conductor Size 14 to 4 AWG

Using 10-3 wire, does neural go in lug, or bypass

Asked by Tom February 14, 2019
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Doesn't hurt to switch neutral, and it's often required. For generators, it's required.

Is this a 3-pole or a 2-pole switch. I want the 3-pole version %%35321version and there's no mod...

Asked by Ed October 24, 2018
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3 pole

What are dimensions?

Asked by Kiwi October 18, 2018
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15-1/2 in. Tall x 10-1/2 in. Wide x 5-1/2 in. Deep.

Want to feed with 50 amp 240 volt and switch between two loads. Will this work?

Asked by Brabey September 9, 2018
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Depends on the load. It might be problematic for an electric vehicle charging station, for instance, because that requires a dedicated circuit. And both loads must specify the same breaker size. Both problems could be solved by using a small subpanel, optionally with a gen interlock. Cheaper that way too.

Can this be used to transfer between two loads for one source rather than how described (one load...

Asked by StevenB April 12, 2018
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I have my doubts. But why bother? You can do it Code legal for sure with a subpanel for 1/3 the price. Get a QO 6-8 space panel so you can slap on a $25 QO2DTI interlock if the inspector complains. Siemens/Murray panels also have a cheap interlock.

Can I get an neutural bar kit and ground bar for this double throw switch

Asked by Bill January 24, 2018
1
Answer

Take a look at The DG100NB for 60-100 amp safety switches from Platt. Item# 0464127

Where is this switch manufactured?

Asked by KevinS December 31, 2017
1
Answer

Switch parts made in CT - whole box assembled in Mexico.

What can I use to share two 60amp EVSE on one 60 amp circuit so when both are active they can share the 60 amp

Asked by JPower August 18, 2017
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That's a real wobbler; ask your local authority. Because EVSEs require dedicated circuits. So fit a subpanel instead. Square D "QO" 6-8-space + a QO2DTI "generator interlock". Half the price too lol, and extra spaces.

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The transfer switch worked great in the ice cream truck I was wiring, the only complaint was the ...
The transfer switch worked great in the ice cream truck I was wiring, the only complaint was the studs that hold the lugs on are too small and you have to be careful to not strip them out. I used the three pole switches to separate the neutral wires on the cords when plugged in to utility when not on generator power.
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I don’t normally buy GE products. Marginal quality and makes a bit of noise when power is activa...
I don’t normally buy GE products. Marginal quality and makes a bit of noise when power is activated to the box. (Power surge)
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Well built; exactly what I needed
This switch appears well built and exactly what I needed for my small home project of setting up the electric water heater so it could draw power either from the street or from the whole-house generator, but not both at the same time. I can only assume that the other brands sold by the electrical supply houses that cost three times as much (or more), are more wonderful, but this switch does the job for me.
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Works as described - used to select between two power...
Works as described - used to select between two power input sources at 30 amps. Solid build. Only complaint - Too large and bulky but did not find another product that would work so went ahead and installed. Working ok.
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Heavy duty well made.
Heavy duty well made.
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Overall quality seems good but be careful with the lugs that accept your wire. One of mine broke ...
Overall quality seems good but be careful with the lugs that accept your wire. One of mine broke without exerting overtightening. Definately the weak link to this box.
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