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UTS10B1 Transfer Switch

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UTS10B1 Transfer Switch

This question was originally posted by Jim on APC forums on 12/1/2009


I have been reading the posts on the UTS Transfer Switches. I have already purchased a UTS10B1 for use with a Honda EM5000SX generator to run a well pump and 115v loads. I will not be using the hard wire kit and will not be using a UPS input. Is the auto start accessory (UTSREM) still available? I cannot find it listed anywhere. I bought the UTS from Northern Tool which says they don' t carry the remote start kit.

If so does it connect directly to the Honda generator remote start receptical?

If not available any more does anyone have a wiring diagram for one to determine if one could be adapted?

Any other advice would also be appreciated. Much thanks,

Jim

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Re: UTS10B1 Transfer Switch

This reply was originally posted by Jim on APC forums on 12/1/2009


Thanks to Erasmus for the quick reply. I think the information in the auto start instructions will be sufficient. looks like a straight forward hook up. Thanks again.
Jim

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Re: UTS10B1 Transfer Switch

This was originally posted on APC forums on 12/1/2009


We will not be releasing the auto start kit due to some conflicts with generator companies, most namely Honda.

I have attached the wiring kit manual (that would have been released with the product) to this post.

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Re: UTS10B1 Transfer Switch

This reply was originally posted by Jim on APC forums on 12/1/2009


Thanks to Erasmus for the quick reply. I think the information in the auto start instructions will be sufficient. looks like a straight forward hook up. Thanks again.
Jim