Troy-bilt 7550/13500 and transfer switch question

mralias Posted By mralias, Nov 28, 2008 at 4:24 PM

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  1. mralias

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    I have a troy-bilt 7550 running watts and 13500 starting. I wanted to put the following transfer switch with this unit but was concerned if it would work due to the information noted below. Specifically, it says "Compatible with 120/240 Volt, 30 amp generator output, typically 7,500 watt generator". Will the transfer switch safely work with this generator or should I seek a higher rated transfer switch. Thanks.

    Compatible with 120/240 Volt, 30 amp generator output, typically 7,500 watt generators. Kit includes the transfer switch, a 30 amp, 20 foot power cord set, an optional 20 amp male cord cap end and a Flush Mount Kit. Instructional Installation videotape included!

    For Use with 120/240 Volt, 30 Amp Generator Output, Typically 7,500 Watt Generators
    10 Circuits
    Kit Includes Power Cord Set and Flush Cover Trim
    Pre-Wired for Easy Installation
    MFG Brand Name : Connecticut Electric
    MFG Model # : EGS107501KIT
    MFG Part # : EGS107501KIT
     
  2. smokinj

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    Sounds like its perfect!
     
  3. Redox

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    Ditto; good match. Starting watts isn't sustained long enough to worry about.

    Chris
     
  4. mralias

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    Thanks guys....I will give it a go.
     
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