Generac RTSD150A3 150 AMP Nexus Automatic Transfer Switch

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Generac RTSD150A3 150 AMP Nexus Automatic Transfer Switch RTSD150A3

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The RTSD150A3 includes:

  • 1x 150 AMP Nexus Automatic Transfer Switch


  • 150 amp Service Entrance Rated Nexus Smart Switch
  • Utilizes Digital Load Management (DLM) technology
  • Additional DLM modules allow smart management of 4 more loads
  • Wall mountable inside or outside thanks to aluminum weatherproof enclosure
  • Withstand rating: 22,000 Amps
  • Load transition type: open transition

If your home or building doesn't have a basement or garage, don't worry; with the RTSD150A3 Nexus Automatic Transfer Switch from Generac, you will still be able to manage your generator's power. This 150 Amp switch can be wall mounted outside without being damaged, thanks to its aluminum weatherproof enclosure. Load management has never been easier or more effective when you take advantage of the DLM (Digital Load Management) technology. Without any additional hardware, this smart switch can manage 2 AC units. When you combine this with additional DLM modules, you'll be able to mange 4 more loads. Generac has been making industry-leading generators and their components for over 50 years.

Tech Specs:

  • Made in USA: Yes
  • Maximum Wattage: 36,000 Watts
  • Voltage: 120/240 Single-Phase
  • Frequency: 60 Hertz
  • Rated Amps: 150 Amps
  • ATS Service Disconnect: Yes
  • NEMA Enclosure Type: 3R (Indoor/Outdoor approved)
  • Max Generator Input: 150 Amps
  • Max Utility Input: 150 Amps
  • UL Listed: Yes
  • Weight: 39 Lbs. (17.69 kilograms)
  • Dimensions: 30""L x 14""W x 8""H (76.20 x 35.56 x 20.32 cm)
  • Warranty: 1 Year

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