Generac 1403-0 User Manual
Generac Portable Products Power Transfer System
11. If a two-pole circuit is not needed, the two-pole
coupled switch can be converted into two single-
pole circuits. Simply remove and discard the
handle tie connecting load management circuits
C and D, as shown on the right in Figure 8.
12. When steps 6 through 8 have been completed for
all desired circuits, install the WHITE (neutral) lead
coming from the Load Manager switch, as
a. Find an unused hole in the load center neutral
b. Trim and strip the white wire and install it into
the neutral bar.
c. Figure 9 shows a properly-connected WHITE
13. Install the GREEN lead coming from the Load
Manager switch, as follows:
a. Find an unused hole in the load center
b. Trim and strip the green wire and install it into
the GROUND bar.
c. Remove protective backing from the Attention
Decal. Per National Electric Code, affix decal
to load center surface closest to the green wire
installed in (b.) above.
d. If no ground bar exists, install the GREEN wire
into an unused hole in the neutral bar. Affix
label as described in (c.).
e. Figure 10 shows a properly-connected GREEN
14. Install the second Load Manager switch,
repeating the instructions given in Steps 4 through
15. After both Load Manager switches have been
installed, install the load center cover. Set all
switches on both Load Manager switches to the
LINE position. Turn ON the load center MAIN
breaker. All breakers in the load center connected
to Load Manager circuits should be switched on.
Load Manager switch installation is now
Figure 10 GREEN Lead Installation
Figure 9 WHITE Lead Installation
Figure 8 Convert Two Pole to Single Pole
Handle Tie Installed
Handle Tie Removed