MANUFACTURER: ASCO SERIES: 185 AMPS: 100 switched poles: 2 neutral: solid buss bar VOLTAGE: 120/240 VOLT SINGLE PHASE ENCLOSURE: NEMA 1 DIMENSIONS: 14"W x 24"H X 8.25"d WIRE SIZE: UP TO 4/0 AWG ASCO P/N: 185A2100F4C
User-friendly control interface with easy to understand symbols and visual indicators to inform operator of transfer switch and power source status.
True double-throw contacts with inherent mechanical interlocking to prevent connection of generator and utility sources
Terminals for convenient connection of neutral and ground conductors
Textured light beige color aesthetically suitable for residential applications.
Listed to UL 1008 for optional standby systems, handling total system load including motors and all other electrical loads
CUL listed for canadian installations
Meets article 702, nfpa-70 national electric code (nec) requirements
VOLTAGE & FREQUENCY SENSING
Adjustable single phase sensing on normal source. Normal source pickup voltage is adjustable to either 198 volts or 209 volts; drop-out is adjustable to four incremental settings, 154 volts, 176 volts, 187 volts, or 198 volts
10 second time delay before load transfer to emergency source, to allow generator warm-up and stabilization.
Adjustable 0 or 4 second time delay while on standby source to ignore momentary generator voltage dips.
15 minute time delay before load retransfer back to utility source, to ensure stability of utility power.
Adjustable 2 or 5 minute unloaded running time delay allows generator to cool down prior to shutdown.
Weekly generator exerciser with or with out load transfer.
On the front control display are three push buttons that control the operation of the generator and the ATS.
use this button to test the system. this operation starts the generator and transfers the load.
BYPASS TIME DELAY:
Use this button to cancel the active time delay or exercise period (stops the generator after cooldown).
SET ENGINE EXERCISER:
Use this button to set the automatic generator exerciser
On the front control display are five lights that indicate the status of the sources and the ATS.
This light indicates that the utility voltage is acceptable for connection to the load.
LOAD ON UTILITY, LOAD ON GENERATOR:
These two lights indicate which source (utility or generator) is connected to the load.
This light indicates that the generator voltage is acceptable for connection to the load.
AUTOMATIC GENERATOR EXERCISER:
When the utility is acceptable and the load is on the utility, this light flashes the number of days until the next exercise period. when it is off, no exerciser period is set. the light is also off when the generator is running.