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I have a 3 phase Generac RTSN200G3 transfer switch. Incoming voltage is 120/208 with the B phase being a high leg 208v to ground. Question is witch leg do i hook that up to in the Transfer switch. I am not concerned about phase rotation on this job. I am worried that it may blow up the controls in the switch. N1 and N2 look like they monitor utility voltage at 120v.
 

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I have a 3 phase Generac RTSN200G3 transfer switch. Incoming voltage is 120/208 with the B phase being a high leg 208v to ground. Question is witch leg do i hook that up to in the Transfer switch. I am not concerned about phase rotation on this job. I am worried that it may blow up the controls in the switch. N1 and N2 look like they monitor utility voltage at 120v.
Either find a drawing, or I suppose you tried following the control wires to the terminal taps to which phases they are using. I can see on the single phase ATS by just looking at the connections.
 

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No you don't. :rolleyes:
Correct a 240v transfer switch would not work. It would see the incoming voltage of 208v from the street and give an under voltage alarm. I have a (High Leg) B phase is 208v to ground. My question is: Where do i land that high leg phase in the transfer switch.
 

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Correct a 240v transfer switch would not work. It would see the incoming voltage of 208v from the street and give an under voltage alarm. I have a (High Leg) B phase is 208v to ground. My question is: Where do i land that high leg phase in the transfer switch.
There is no such beast as a high leg 208/120 transformer bank. If you have a high leg system it is a 120/240 delta.
 
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