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Old 02-16-2014, 08:17 AM   #1
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Does anyone know where I can get a kohler 14 kw prime power generator? The utility I am dealing with only allows transfer switches with visible contacts and the only one I know of is the ronk manual transfer. The customer wants a kohler generator.I can't seem to come up with a good solution.
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Old 02-16-2014, 10:01 AM   #2
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This a solar install? They (any brand) make prime power units that small aside from the ecogen?
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Have you ever worked with Citizens Electric?
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This a solar install? They (any brand) make prime power units that small aside from the ecogen?
Not solar.
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Visible contacts? Some sort of visible indication of what position the switch is in?
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Visible contacts? Some sort of visible indication of what position the switch is in?
They want to be able to open the cover and see the contacts.
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GE manual one is like that too. I think most automatic ones have shields and such over them.
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They want to be able to open the cover and see the contacts.
The linemen do by chance? Why would poco need to know about customers equipment.
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The linemen do by chance? Why would poco need to know about customers equipment.
The only answer they ever give for thier "brilliant" ideas is "Tom has a masters degree In Engineering".
If you think this is a hassle you should see what they make you do to hook up solar buyback.
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Generac Nexus?
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From what I have seen, many resi switches have a mechanism like this (200amp Nexus). Not sure if that complies or not. Sure make it tough to do your job.

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