Reliance Controls 6-Circuit Portable Generator Emergency Power Transfer Switch Kit 30216BRK

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This product is a new in open box 6 circuit portable generator emergency power transfer switch kit by Reliance Controls.
  • Model #: 30216BRK
  • Supports generators up to 8,000 watts
  • Works for either 125, 250V generator outlets (20 amp or 30 amp)
  • Transfer switch box with built-in mounting brackets
  • 20 ft. cord set
  • Extra 20 amp plug end
  • 30 amp power inlet
  • A power inlet
  • An instructional DVD
  • Bag of (6) wire connectors
  • English and Spanish manual 


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  • You must pick up your item within 5 days of the date of purchase. After 5 days, the item is eligible to be resold. If it sells again we will refund 75% of your purchase.
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