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 models with a power inlet on the front *with exception to model 30216BRK* also include a cover for the power inlet opening that facilitates hardwiring. All models without a power inlet on the front include a covered opening that permits the installation of a power inlet for cord connection directly to the transfer switch.
A wattmeter panel (WP7500) is available for all models without meters (except models 15114A and 30114A). The wattmeter panel includes an opening, with cover, for an optional power inlet.
- Model: 30216A
- Model Description: Pro/Tran
- 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
- Power Inlet, NEMA: 14-30
- Reccommended Cord Size (gauge): 10
- Conduit Size (inches): 3/4
- Wattmeters: Yes
- Dimensions H x W x D (inches): 7.5X7X4.5
- Cabinet Type, NEMA: Indoor
- Customer Reviews
Average! Customer Rating:(3 Reviews)
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October 23rd, 2014
Great unit. Easy to install.
Comment:This is a great switch at a great price. Install was very easy with the supplied instructions. Looks great mounted on the wall and easy to use.
August 20th, 2014
Comment:Great product. Great price. Fast delivery
April 8th, 2014
Comment:I live in the Chicago area and have frequent power outages. The last one was in the winter when it was -10F outside. The temperature quickly dropped in the house because I couldn't power the furnace with my portable generator. As a result, I did some research and decided to purchase this transfer switch. It arrived quickly and was packaged well. The instructions weren't the best, but I found an instructional video on YouTube that was made by Reliance. The installation took around 2 hours from start to finish. Now when the power goes out I connect one cord and flip 6 switches and I no longer need to worry about the heat, sump, fridge, internet, or TV. I received quotes from electricians to purchase and install the same switch and it was cost prohibited. This is definitely an easy DIY project.
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