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Old 02-01-2013, 12:32 AM   #1
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Yamaha EF2000is Generators w/ Twin Tech Cable and GenTran Transfer Switch


Hello All..

Im sure some of you had seen some of my prior posts on getting my GenTran transfer switch hooked up. Well, today I got around to testing the generator setup on the switch.

I have two Yamaha EF2000is Generators connected w/ the Twin Tech cable.
This setup gives me a rated 25 amps of power, and peak 30 amps.

I ran almost everything I wanted to with no issues.

I had approximately 200 watts of lights bulbs (led/cfl's)
1 LG Refrigerator
1 Entertainment System (Led TV, Tivo, Surround System) (appx 150 watts)
Nat Gas Furnace (smaller 2 tons sized unit)
Nat Gas Tankless (instant on) Hot Water Heater appx (50 watts)
Security Alarm / Home Networking (router / verizon fios system) (appx 100 watts)

If I turned the furnace off (leaving the rest of the above on) I could also run the following...

A hair dryer
A 1100 Watt Microwave
(Not at the same time of course)

I also plan on having my father-in-law fabricate a custom wood cover for the main panel and transfer switch, he has saw dust running through his veins.

I plan on putting together a You Tube video of this setup, as I couldnt find one before I did this.
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