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Reliance Controls 31410CRK Pro/Tran 10-Circuit 30 Amp Generator Transfer Switch Kit With Transfer Switch, 10-Foot Power Cord, And Power Inlet Box For Up To 8,000-Watt Generators

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  • 10-circuit, 30 Amp transfer switch for enabling generator
  • For use with 8000-watt generator with NEMA L14-20 or L14-30 power outlets
  • Includes 30 Amp 10-circuit prewired loadside reliance transfer switch with wattmeters
  • Includes 30 Amp 10-foot generator power cord, extra L14-20 cord end
  • CUL1008 listed; 5-year warranty
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 7 x 4.5 x 13.8 inches ; 18.1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 19 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B000HS2L3O
  • Item model number: 31410CRK
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (227 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,198 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)

Product Description

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The Reliance Controls Corporation 10-circuit 30 Amp transfer switch kit is a complete turn-key kit with everything needed to make a professional transfer switch installation in a home or office. It is designed to enable the wiring system of the building to accept the full power of a portable generator, which can run multiple electrical appliances and devices during a power outage. Use this transfer switch for up to 8000-watt generators equipped with NEMA L14-20 or L14-30 power outlets. The kit includes a 30 Amp 6-circuit prewired loadside reliance transfer switch with wattmeters; 30 Amp outdoor power cord inlet box, a 30 Amp 10-foot generator power cord with L14-30 ends, and an extra L14-20 cord end for smaller generators. This unit is cUL1008 listed and is covered by a 5-year warranty.


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This product is very easy to install.
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Very easy to do it yourself if you follow the instruction.
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The transfer switch was easy to install.
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190 of 191 people found the following review helpful By Kenneth Marcum on March 15, 2012
I purchased this outstanding transfer switch from "HomedepotDOTcom" for $359.99 as it was on backorder nearly everywhere else. Shipping took just three days to my address.

What's in the box:
You will receive a pre-wired 10 circuit transfer switch with a long enough pig-tail to allow it to be mounted to the left or right side of your existing control center (breaker panel), a 10ft 30amp extension cord for your 120/240 volt generator outlet, 4 red wire connectors and 10 yellow wire connectors, a demonstrative DVD and a printed installation and operating instructions manual. You'll also find a 30amp remote inlet box to mount inside or outside your home and a 20amp adaptor plug to use for generators up to 5000 watts. The transfer switch includes two watt meters so you can monitor your watt usage per side to ensure equal power balance.
Note: The bottom four breakers in this transfer switch are linked side by side via metal ties (When you flip one of these linked breakers to the "Gen" position, you are actually turning on two breakers at once, one on each side of the transfer switch). These are for circuits in your home that may require 240v service, such as some electric stoves or clothes dryers. If you do not have a need for 240v service, you can simply remove these metal ties and use the breakers individually.

What's NOT included that I will need for installation:
You will need a length of 10 gauge building wire (4 wires total including ground wire) long enough to run from your remote inlet box location to your transfer switch, and possibly conduit to run the building wire through (depending on your local code).
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166 of 173 people found the following review helpful By Mrpush on March 11, 2011
Well, I needed one of these and checked out both this and GenTran products as a KIT.

My conclusions:

If you're a not so experienced DIY (and even if you are), I think I'd get the Reliance. If you have more experience, you *MIGHT* want the Gentran if your really careful.

Here is why:

The Reliance unit has all 10 circuits PRE-WIRED and clearly marked, fool proof. No need to add circuit wires for more circuits. The Gentran comes with 6 prewired clearly marked circuits, BUT if you want 10, you need to add your own wiring. Believe me, people could mess this up.

In my reading, the majority of folks use or wish they had 10 circuits available from go, GET a 10 circuit model unless you are only doing a really small cabin or something.

Now the GenTran KIT has an advantage in that you can "customize" the circuit breaker selections to suit your needs. For example, you can choose how many extra 15 or 20 amp circuits you want in any combination. And if you really needed to run a 30 amp load, you could put a standard 30 amp breaker in this and run it (I would not do the 30 Amp due to load balancing issues but it could be done).

You can't do this with the Reliance KIT as it has its own special breakers in it. People claim that having standard breakers is the only way to go. I say this is nice, but it's likely over rated in this situation. First, how often do breakers go bad? It does happen, but it's not likely to happen on a Gen unit that you use only on occasion in most cases. Can the Reliance brekers be changed? I don't know but I would think so but you would have to order them I guess to have on hand.

Reliance DOES offer a non-KIT unit that uses standard breakers if you are up for that.
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33 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Lemon Twist on November 28, 2010
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After a couple of years with several day long, or longer, power outages we decided to install a backup system.

We bought the transfer switch capable of supporting 10 circuits from Amazon. Delivery took about a week and the unit was well packed with no damage.

The unit is solid and heavy duty.

Installation was very easy and took a total of 4 hours, start to finish. It took longer to run the cable to the outside connector plug than anything else.

After carefully mapping my current circuit breakers so that I knew exactly which breaker affected which lights, outlets, and etc. it was time to decide which circuits we would backup. Since the transfer switch supports 240 volt connections and our generator is capable of 10KW peak we were able to divide and balance the load across the two 120 volt legs based on normal and peak power requirements. It took awhile to get the balance figured, then we made a map identifing each circuit breaker and each backup circuit. The drawing is now covered with plastic and on the wall next to the main panel. We also wrote out detailed instructions on how to activate the system and how to transfer back to commercial power. Pretty easy but when the power is out you need to make sure you don't make simple mistakes, like not grounding the generator for example.

I know most of what I have said doesn't really address the product but it is useful information for anyone contemplating such an installation.

The transfer switches (there are 10) are rugged clearly marked and each has its own circuit breaker. Each circuit is clearly identified by a letter A through I. Using a tape machine I added labels showing which circuit each lettered transfer switch connected.
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