Question about Generac 100 Amp 120/240-Volt Transfer Switch #RTSN100A3
Here's the info on the transfer switch. The problem I'm having is the there's no power going to the disconnect switch.
Current rating 225 A
What do you mean by "there's no power to the disconnect switch"?
Is it the feeder from the mains or from emergency generator?
If it is the input from mains and you don't have voltage on it, this should make the generator to start, if automatic start is selected and thus give voltage to the other feeder (emergency), the switch goes on and the consumers have power.
If you have power on your mains feeder, you don't need voltage on your "emergency" feeder. Then the consumers should be supplied by your mains contactor.
Posted on Jul 21, 2010
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