Generac 1403-0 User Manual

Generac, Power transfer system with dual load manager, Owner’s manual

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This symbol points out important safety instructions, which, if not followed, could endanger the personal safety and/or

property of yourself and others. Read and follow all instructions in the manual before attempting to operate this unit.

Model No. 1403-0 Power Transfer System Manual No. B4610 (Revision 2, 1/28/2000)


Portable Generator

Power Transfer System with Dual Load Manager

Owner’s Manual



Before t

aking your system

back to the store,

call the generator

helpline at


M–F 8–5 CT


The Model 1403 Power Transfer System safely connects up to twelve essential household loads, such as the

furnace fan, freezer, refrigerator, water well pump, sump pump, lighting or outlet circuits to either the utility power

or a portable generator. In the event of a utility power failure, the homeowner can safely select devices to be

powered by an outdoor portable generator. Self-contained load meters assist the operator when managing power

loads. The power transfer system will not permit connection to both utility and generator power at the same time.
The Model 1403 Power Transfer System is easy for a licensed electrician or qualified professional to install, safe

for a homeowner to operate, and will work with 240 Volt AC generators factory equipped with a NEMA type

14-50R receptacle.

This manual contains important warnings and information. READ AND RETAIN FOR REFERENCE.


This product must be installed in compliance with local residential wiring and electrical codes by a

licensed electrician or qualified professional. Generac Portable Products is not responsible for

damaged equipment, accidents, or personal injury caused by incorrect installation.

Read this Safety Manual and Instructions BEFORE operating Power Transfer System.


Installation Instructions - - - - - - - - - - - -Page 1 through 12
Owner’s Operating Procedure - - - - - -Page 13 through 16