Just a few circuits. Tied in with a 2 pole 40 or 60 I believe ?Are you going to tie it in to your main panel or just a few circuits? If you are tying it in to the main it needs the same amp rating. You should be able to pick up a double throw switch in your price range. Don't know anything about Reliance, but I avoid Generac.
I may do that - then I just need 1 box to plug in the gen cord.I don't care for the setups that only give you a half-dozen circuits or so. Guaranteed, you'll wind up with one that isn't tied in and you really wish it was. Energize the whole house and use some common sense regarding what devices you run while on gennie. :thumbsup:
Good way to have some real trouble.I don't think them transfer switch's are available around these parts :laughing:
Every time i see a genny running on someones home they just have a 20amp cord with male ends on both ends plugged into receptacle. My neighbor had one running like that outside just yesterday :whistling
Around here the noise spec is less than 65 dB at the property line. Dunno' if it's enforced though.
BTW, the gen should be at least 15' from the house.