|Brand||Generac||Briggs & Stratton||Eaton|
|Name||Homelink 50 Amp Upgrade-Able Manual Transfer Switch Kit||Symphony II 150 Amp Whole House Automatic Transfer Switch||150 Amp Green Automatic Transfer Switch with Surge Protection|
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No, the included breakers are one 30 Amp 2-pole, one 20 Amp 2-pole, two 20 Amp 1-pole, and two 20 Amp 1-pole tandem and they cannot be increased in amperage.
Generac's 50 amp Manual Transfer Switch #9855 has the following included breakers: 1-30 amp 2-pole, 1-20 amp 2-pole, 2-20 amp 1-pole, and 2-20 amp 1-pole-tandem.
No, Generac model #9855 is a National Electrical Manufacturer's Association (NEMA) UL Type 1 indoor enclosure and should not be installed outdoors. Doing so could compromise the warranty of this product.
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We recommend working with an authorized Generac dealer as they will be better able to assist you. If you need assistance finding a local dealer, we recommend using our dealer locator found here: http://www.generac.com/dealer-locator
The 50-Amp HomeLink Kit (Model # 9855) includes a 1 ft. pre-wired whip for connection to your main panel, a 50-Amp aluminum power inlet box and a 10 ft. 6/4 cord with CS6364 female and NEMA 14-50 male ends.
The product you are referencing was manufactured by Briggs and Stratton under the label of "Generac Portable Products." Because Generac Power Systems did not manufacture this product we ask that you contact Briggs and Stratton directly for support at 800-274-4477
The 9855 Homelink 50 Amp manual transfer switch features Siemens breakers; breakers can be changed out for equal or lesser amperage.
Transfer switch #9855 is compatible with AFCI as well as GFCI breakers as long as the breakers do not exceed 50 amps.