Generac offers an extensive line of industrial-scaled transfer switches that are designed to integrate seamlessly with your Generac generator. We will specify a solution that is designed to ensure that you cover the number of circuits needed to ensure power is there where you need it.
Options include Complete Transfer Switch solutions that are capable of full coverage of all your circuits, Managed Solutions that cover only needed circuits and shed unessential ones, and Essential Circuit Transfer Switches that can be used to maintain a minimal number of circuits.
The Generac HTS transfer switch is a microprocessor-based design for operation in conjunction with the PowerManager® H-100 controller. HTS switches communicate via a RS485 communication link to the controller. Utility voltage and frequency are monitored by the HTS switch. Switching techniques are selectable for in-phase monitoring or delayed-transition. All timers and voltage set points are remotely programmable via GenLink® communications software.
External LED displays on the outside of the door show the position of the switch position, indicate when the generator is operating and whether or not the utility is available. An external, 3-position test switch allows testing in either normal or fast mode without opening the cabinet. HTS transfer switches are available in 100 to 2600 amp models with a choice of NEMA 1, NEMA 3R or NEMA 12 enclosures and are rated to all classes of loads.
Generac is the only manufacturer of open transition switches to incorporate the two most common switching methods (inphase and delayed-transition) into the same ATS. Our inphase monitor provides safe, fast (160 msec) transfers between two live voltage sources when the source voltages are aligned (within 20Â°). If voltages are not inphase within an appropriate time, the system will automatically revert to the time delayed-transition transfer. If the inphase function is disabled, our GTS switches utilize delayed-transition transfer that allows load voltage to decay to a safe level before switching sources.
Generac GTS transfer switches feature status lights that indicate switch position and source status, a programmable weekly exerciser that can be user-configured to transfer on exercise, independent voltage pickup and dropout adjustments and utility monitoring to protect against utility phase loss conditions. A front access test mode switch allows the entire standby system to be tested in either a normal or fast test mode.
The MTS transfer switch is a microprocessor-based design for operation in conjunction with the Generac PowerManager® G-200 paralleling generator controller. The MTS switch has a 2 wire RS485 communication link to the system controller with a redundant 2-wire start should the communication link fail. Utility voltage is monitored by each MTS. Switching techniques are selectable for in-phase monitoring or delayed-transition.
Switch operation is controlled by the G-200 controller and all timers and voltage set-points are programmable via GenLink® communications software. MTS switches are electrically operated and mechanically held and feature a single coil, dual-operation design, an external 3-position test switch, programmable exercise time, conformal coating to protect the circuit board, trip to neutral load shed capability and permissive input. MTS transfer switches are rated for all classes of loads and are UL 1008 Listed.
CTTS Transfer Switches eliminate momentary power interruption during transfers when both power sources (utility and generator) are present. The CTTS monitors the voltage of both power sources, and when inphase, instantly and seamlessly transfers the load. Redundant circuitry monitors and prevents extended paralleling of two power sources and the independent operators for each source are electrically operated and mechanically held.
This 200 Amp ILC switch provides four-in-one convenience and full site protection by combining the automatic transfer switch, a service entrance rated service disconnect, a 42-circuit load distribution panel and an optional transient voltage surge suppression into a single, pre-wired package.
TTS Series transfer switches offer wireless telecom providers and other commercial businesses more options when selecting a backup power system. Whether your site calls for a permanently mounted standby generator, a mobile genset, or a combination of both, these switches offer complete flexibility and value while maximizing the reliability of your backup power solution. The switches feature Cam-Lok® connectors, allowing each to easily connect to a mobile power source, and locking NEMA 3R enclosures so they can be installed outdoors.
The TAS200 transfer switch is unique in the industry in that it is a three-source switch: 1) service entrance rated to deliver full utility power to the site, 2) can function as an automatic switch to deliver power from a stationary backup generator, 3) and offers manual operation for use with a mobile backup power source if necessary. The result is superior redundancy and application flexibility. The TAS200 automatic transfer switch features a 6” touchscreen operator interface.
The TMS200 manual transfer switch is an ideal transfer switch solution for those who want to use a mobile power generator for emergency power. UL 1008 listed.