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CH10GEN5030SN
CH10GEN5030RSN


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Manual Transfer Panel
with neutral switching
50 Amp Utility Input with
30 Amp or 50 Amp Generator

The switched neutral means you can switch between a portable generator and utility power without the GFCI breaker tripping.

Introduction

The Eaton 10 Circuit Manual Transfer Switch is intended to be used with Eaton generators but may be used with any generators. These Manual Transfer Switches are rated for 50 amp utility input and 30 amp or 50 amp generator input respectively at 240 Vac. These devices come equipped to power nine emergency circuits. There are eight single-pole emergency circuit breakers and one 2-pole emergency circuit breaker included.

These devices are intended for use with generators that are wired as either Separately Derived systems (neutral and ground bonded together at the generator typically protected by a GFCI, ground fault circuit interrupter, on the generator) or Non-Separately Derived systems (neutral and ground are NOT bonded at the generator). Refer to the NFPA 70, National Electrical Code, for proper connection and further definition.

Features:

Applications: 

Transfer Switch Panel, Residential, Agricultural, Light Commercial and Power Distribution Applications 

Standards/Approval: 

 

Specs and Ordering Table
Prices last updated 4/6/2023
Shipping weights start at 24 lbs.
These items normally ship in approximately 3 weeks or less.

Model No. Utility Branch Breaker Required in Load Center (by installer) Max. Generator Input (Amps)
(Watts)
Enclosure Works with:

Cordsets
Inlet Boxes
Price
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CH10GEN5030SN 50A 30A
7,500W
NEMA 1
indoor
PC3010M, PC3020M, PC3025M or PC3040M
PB30, PBN30 or PR30

$723


CH10GEN5030RSN 50A 30A
7,500W
NEMA 3R
outdoor
PC3010M, PC3020M, PC3025M or PC3040M
PB30, PBN30 or PR30

$865


NOTES:
1.  A branch breaker provided by the installer must be installed in the upstream load center to feed this sub-panel.
2.  Additional models available upon request.

 

 

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