These indoor surface mount transfer switches are designed for fast installation in residential and commercial applications. The 18-inch flexible conduit whip attaches easily to the load center and all wires are clearly marked. Simply select the circuits needed in an emergency and connect them to the Pro/Tran wire leads.
Pro/Tran transfer switches feature a rugged powder-coated steel cabinet with six combination 1/2-inch and 3/4-inch knockouts, resettable branch rated circuit breakers and non-defeatable (break-before-make) double-throw switches. Some models feature exclusive Reliance wattmeters with accuracy of ± 3% throughout the entire range.
All Pro/Tran models with the suffix "A", plus the 30508B, include a separate flanged inlet for direct generator connection in a dry location. It is recommended that all manual transfer switches installed indoors be used with an appropriate power inlet box. All other Pro/Tran models are intended for hardwire installation to a power inlet box, but include a covered opening to accommodate a power inlet for installation in a dry location.
A wattmeter panel (WP7500) is available for all models without meters (except models 31406B and 30114A). The wattmeter panel includes an opening, with cover, for an optional power inlet.
The 31406B Features:
- Max. Generator Running Watts: 7500
- Phase: Single
- Max. Single-Pole Circuits: 6
- Max. Double-Pole Circuits: 1
- Max. Combined Load @ 125 VAC: 60
- Max. Combined Load @ 250 VAC: 30
- 15 AMP Single Pole Circuit Breakers: 4
- 20 AMP Single Pole Circuit Breakers: 2
- Conduit Size (inches): 3/4
- Wattmeters: No
- Cabinet Type: Indoor
- Dimensions (H"x W"x D"): 7.5 x 7 x 4.5 inches
- Customer Reviews
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January 26th, 2014
Comment:IF you know what you're doing, this is a fine product. I'm very impressed with the quality of the product and the company's instructional video.
December 31st, 2013
Ice Storm of 2013- Blue Hill, Maine
Comment:Maybe I had a premonition of what was about to occur. I went online and researched transfer switches and even watched a YouTube video on how to install the Reliance. This company shipped mine promptly and I installed it on a Saturday. On Sunday morning I made the last connections to the outdoor power inlet but I hadn't tested it yet. That evening the power went out and stayed out for the next 7 days. We got to give the switch a thorough test. We appreciated the versatility of being able to choose which cicuits we wanted to power.
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