Generac 6294 Generator Transfer Switch Kit 30 AMP 6 ~ 10 Circuits Pre-Wired

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Generac 6294 Generator Transfer Switch Kit 30 AMP 6 ~ 10 Circuits Pre-Wired

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The 6294 includes:

  • 1x 30 Amp Pre-wired Transfer Switch for Surface Mounting
  • 1x 10' 10/4 (L14-30 Male and Female ends) Cord
  • 1x Power Inlet Box
  • 1x Install Manual


  • Includes transfer switch, 10' cord, and power inlet box
  • Kit includes necessary components for surface or flush mounting
  • Compatible with GP5500, GP6500E, GP7500E, XG6500, XG7000E, XG8000E, XP6500E, XP8000E, and other generators equipped with 30 amp outlets
  • Circuit breakers are interchangeable, making reconfiguration, replacing, or expanding possible
  • Dangerous backfeeds are eliminated by the mechanically interlocked generator and utility breakers
  • Provides direct power to hard-wired appliances (furnace, septic pump, well pump, etc)
  • Recommended Replacement for the G-TKIT3026N

Generac has been making the best generators and their components since 1959. A great generator is nothing without an equally effective switch such as Generac's new 6294 Pre-Wired 30 Amp Switch. With this switch, you can provide direct power to hard-wired appliances including your furnace, well pump, and septic pump. It features interchangeable circuit breakers, allowing reconfiguring, replacement, and expansion. One hazard of using a switch is the chance of backfeeds. The mechanically interlocked generator and utility breakers on this unit nullify increase safety. Mount it your way, either surface or flush. This kit also includes a 10' cord and a power inlet box. The 6294 is compatible with many Generac generators equipped with a 30 amp outlet.

Tech Specs:

  • Brand: Generac
  • Model: 6294
  • MPN: 6294
  • UPC: 696471062946
  • Type: Generator Transfer Switch Kit
  • Maximum Wattage: 7,500 Watts
  • Voltage: 120/240 Single-Phase
  • Frequency: 60 Hertz
  • Rated Amps: 30 Amps
  • Max Generator Input: 30 Amps
  • Connection Type: Male
  • Prongs: Four-Prong
  • Cord Length: 10 ft
  • Wire Gauge: 10 Gauge
  • Enclosure: NEMA 1R
  • Circuits:
    • 2x 15A/120V
    • 2x 20A/120V
    • 1x 20A/240V
  • Required Main Breaker in Load Center (provided by installer): 60 Amp 2-pole
  • Circuits Breakers: 10
  • UL Listed: Yes
  • Neutral Type: Floating
  • Weight: 19 Lbs. (8.62 kilograms)
  • Male Inlet Configuration Power Inlet Box: L14-30 NEMA 3R
  • Dimensions: 9.25"L x 11.125"W x 3.375"H (23.50 x 28.26 x 8.57 cm)
  • Warranty: 1 Year
  • Package Qty.: 1

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By Jeff
Newburgh, NY
July 1, 2013
Generac Transfer Switch
Received item is a very timely manner, was exactly as discribed. Have not yet had the opportunity to use it yet but I'm ready for the next big power outage. Would by from this vendor again.

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