Question about Briggs & Stratton 50-Amp Automatic Transfer Switch - 1918
With any transfer switch, automatic or otherwise, there are three (3) connections:
1. The normal feed (from your local utility)
2. Emergency feed (from your generator)
3. The load (your power panel or other electrical loads)
The transfer switch should be marked "N" for normal, "E" for emergency, and "L" for load
If you want individual circuits, then you will need a second power panel to separate the circuits.
This can be tricky, and if you are not familiar with transfer switches or emergency power, it's best left to a licensed electrician.
Posted on Jun 24, 2009
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