I am trying to puzzle out in the event that setup We’m considering could be NEC rule compliant.
I am aware that backfeeding the primary panel is limited by 20% of this panel rating, in order for a 200 amp service may have a optimum 40 amp backfeed breaker.
But, the thing I can’t find is given information on feeding in to a generator panel that is for a transfer switch. In my experience, if you should be “backfeeding” into that panel only once the ability isn’t on, would not it is logical that you might backfeed any quantity as much as the most generator panel rating? And, the only way that energy even would bronymate discount code arrive at the generator panel could be by switching the manual transfer switch far from grid power up to backup energy. Read More Backfeeding breakers on a generator panel