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where can i find information on installing a transfer switch and backup generator? we now have a battery backup system but am looking for alternate or a better system . any information will be helpful. Sam

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sam;
I've got a lot of generator/t-switch links, they are easy to find. One item i have on order ( and have high hopes for) is a generator/t-switch standard. This can be found at
[url=http://www.neca-neis.org/]



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one for the gipper;

infopop.com

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NECA-EGSA 404-2000, Installing Generator sets

13 pages of contents as follows;

Lifting & moving gen-sets
lifting points
four point lift method
lifting gen-sets equipped with accessories

Generator Set installation procedures
location
mounting
electrical connections
exhaust system
fuel supply
air requirements
clean-up
punchlist
spare parts

Energizing and testing the gen-set
pre-energizing procedures
starting engine for the first time
performance testing
acceptance testing

Annex A; Reference standards

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