2P 63A MTS Dual power Manual transfer switch Circuit breaker MCB 50HZ/60HZ 400V
Unlike the conventional âDouble Throw Switchâ, âHC electricâ MTS is a compact, light-weight and very user-friendly Manual Transfer Switch with a built-in interlocking system that mechanically interlocks the Normal (MERALCO) from the Emergency lines (GENSET). Turning on the Normal side breaker will automatically switch off the Emergency side. On the other hand, the Normal side will have to be switched off first before the Emergency side can be switched on.
A Manual Transfer Switch is simply put a voltaic switch that is manually operated to switch a load amid two sources. Manual Transfer Switches are used to maintain power supply in cases of power interruption.
Manual Transfer Switches are directed to the power supplyâs circuits and are a means to a safe link between a generator, the Manual Transfer Switch as well as the main power supply.
With establishing power as well as directing the electrical load from the main supply to the back-up generator, Manual Transfer Switches are by definition manually operated.
Typically speaking, in order to utilize HC electricâs Manual Transfer Switch, the owner will need to manually flip the switches in order to start the process of transferring electricity from the main power source to the back-up generator, restoring power to their home in no time.
The benefit of having HC electricâs Transfer Switch attached to your main power source is having the ability to delegate where âemergencyâ electricity needs to go. MTS allows its owner to set-up the system to only provide power to necessary circuits or even to the entire power system.
Construction and Feature
Standard segmented connecting pin saves labor tremendously
High purified copper used to ensure perfect electricity conductivity
Fire resistant material endures abnormal heating Technical Data
|Manual Transfer Switch (MTS)
|CB Circuit Breaker
|6A 10A 16A 20A 25A 32A 40A 50A 63A 80A 100A 125A
|1P 2P 3P 4P
Contact: Zax Zhou
Add: Yueqing City, Zhejiang Province