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Transfer switches
There are next types of transfer switches to consider:
* Manually operated Meter connected switches designed to allow for a low cost and simple and inexpensive installation for generators supplying 7500watts or less.
* Manually operated Pre-select panels providing 6 to 10 pre-selected circuits that can be utilized during any generator supplied power situation.
* Manually operated Service rated (e.g. 100A, 200A, or 400A) NEMA-1(indoor rated) or NEMA-3R (outdoor rated) UL rated panels for either single or 3-phase applications.
* Automatic operated Service rated panels.
If you are using a small portable generator system and have light power requirements for lights, refrigerator, microwave, etc., the use of the Meter connecting transfer switches can be very cost effective and simple to use and install. You will need to check with your utility company to make sure they allow the use of this type of transfer switch and the approved installation procedure. ADG can supply this type of residential transfer switch should you require one. The use of a manually operated Pre-select type of panel is also suitable for use with smaller generators. Many of the type of transfer switch will only allow 120v applications. Check specifications to make sure this type of panel will meet your power requirements. ADG can supply this type of transfer switch in both single-phase and 3-phase models.

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Safety tips for generator operating
Never go not operate your portable generator inside the home or garage. Always use generators outdoors, away from doors, windows, and vents.
* Never store petrol inside your home or in an area where open flame is present, such as a water heater or other appliance with a pilot light or gas burner
* Do not overload your portable generator. It must have a maximum wattage rating greater than your anticipated requirement.
* Keep the generator dry. Use on a dry surface under an open structure.
* Cover your portable generator and protect it from the elements to prevent electrical shorting and rusting. Make sure that nothing comes in contact with the exhaust system and that the exhaust is kept clear.
Do not run generator in sandy or dusty areas without placing it on a suitable ground cover or plinth. Sand or dust can be sucked into the intake slots and cause serious problems and expensive repairs.
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