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    Default Jim Port's generator wiring explanation vs. single phase transformer connection

    I guess Jim Port realizes he was wrong and is not going to post any info...

    Last edited by Roland Miller; 09-18-2013 at 08:54 AM.
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    Default Re: Jim Port's generator wiring explanation vs. single phase transformer connection

    Quote Originally Posted by Roland Miller View Post
    It looks like well over 100 people are waiting for you to come up with something.
    Nope,

    Just passing by ( kinda like rubber necking on the highway.)

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    Default Re: Jim Port's generator wiring explanation vs. single phase transformer connection

    I tought I'd better post the pics for the question.
    OK, How many amps and what voltages are available to the HO for either postion of the transfer switch?

    How many amps are available if we connect the generator red?

    How can we power the 30 amp submarine panel, pic 4, from the generator panel, pic 3 ??

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