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  1. NEC Code Forum
    Hey There- Had two questions regarding a Generac transfer switch mounting location. 1). Are there any rules around how close/far it has to be with regards to the actual generator or the service can meter? I was planning on having it mounted within 3-4 inches of the service can to reduce the...
  2. General Electrical Discussion
    I have 2 main meter panels customer wants one generator, any ideas how you would wire this?
  3. General Electrical Discussion
    Hi. I lost power tonight but my Generac did not start. I looked out my window and saw red and yellow lights on the side of the generator, so I lifted the lid and saw error code 1505. What does this mean? I'm calling for service tomorrow. It was just maintenanced in April and I have an almost...
  4. Residential Electrical Forum
    I have a Generac 8Kw with EZ- transfer sw. All works fine but was wondering how 194 and 23 (12v) could be used for automation control. When gen is calling for transfer, 194 is grounded (or vice versa- I don't recall). I need an output from either the generator or switch to send a signal for...
  5. General Electrical Discussion
    OK, Since Sandy everyone of my current clients want a generator . .... My problem is that I am used to using Generac and the four that I have hooked up have not giving me any problems, they ran for 10 days after Sandy and ll that it needed was some oil. but now the local supplier is pushing...
  6. General Electrical Discussion
    I have a customer that wants a whole-house generator system installed. But he has been "shopping" on the `net, and has come across several sites pushing Generac units. I tried to talk him out of getting one, but once he compares the price of a Kohler, or Winco, he goes right back to saying he...
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