Generac 6295 Generator Transfer Switch Kit 30a 10~16 Circuits


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Generac 6295 Generator Transfer Switch Kit 30a 10~16 Circuits

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Highlights:

  • Includes 10 circuits and accommodates a maximum of 16
  • Mechanically interlocked generator and utility breakers prevent backfeeds from happening
  • Directly power your hard-wired appliances
  • Can be flush or surface mounted
  • Compatible with GP5500, GP6500E, GP7500E, XG6500, XG7000E, XG8000E, XP6500E, XP8000E, and other generators equipped with 30 amp outlets

Backfeeds are extremely dangerous but a necessary risk when working with generators and transfer switches, or are they? Leave it to Generac to create a great transfer switch kit with mechanically interlocked generator and utility breakers, preventing backfeeds and increasing safety. The 6295 is a 30 amp transfer switch kit that does that and more. It includes 10 circuits for increased versatility, and it can be expanded to accommodate a maximum of 16 circuits. With this switch you can directly power your hard-wired appliances, such as furnace, well pump or septic pump. The necessary components are included for this switch to be either flush or surface mounted. Also included in with this kit is a 10' cord and a power inlet box.

The 6295 includes:

  • One (1) 30 Amp Transfer Switch for Flush or Surface Mounting
  • One (1) 10' 10/4 (L14-30 Male and Female Ends) Cord
  • One (1) Power Inlet Box

Tech Specs:

  • Circuits Provided: 10
  • Max # Circuits: 16
  • Max Amps @ 240V: 30 Amp
  • Included Breakers: 3 - 15 Amp 1-pole, 3 - 20 Amp 1-pole, 1 - 20 Amp 2-pole, 1 - 30 Amp 2-pole
  • Required Main Breaker in Load Center(provided by installer): 60 Amp 2-pole
  • Male Inlet Configuration Power Inlet Box: L14-30 NEMA 3R
  • Switch Enclosure Type: NEMA 1
  • Switch Dimensions: 14-3/8" W x 11-1/2" H x 3-3/8" D

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