can someone recommend a flanged inlet for use on residential portable generator installations (or alternate solution). right now i need a couple for 4w 20A. so far i found the 50A variety at grainger for $100 up, not including matching connector.
this is the part of residential generator jobs i dislike. my suppliers all have transfer switches and thats about it.
i did a search but didnt see anything on this. thanks.
that may be what i need but i'm not familiar with that particular one. its priced right for sure.
i have been buying 200A GE tranfer switches and then piecing together an enclosed, flanged inlet for the generator cord using the connectors mentioned above.
the job i am doing now has an enclosed inlet that came with the generator, which will be installed at its location. most generators do not come with them however and i havent found a local supplier for them yet.
Re: need flanged inlets for generators#31118 11/11/0305:36 PM11/11/0305:36 PM