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ATS System 5500W Single Phase

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This automatic transfer switch allows on-off control of devices such as generators.

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Product overview

This automatic transfer switch allows on-off control of devices such as generators.

An ATS (automatic transfer switch) is used to change the power source to a secondary source, usually a generator, in case of power failure. When there is a failure of the primary power source the ATS automatically starts the generator and switches the input power to the generator. When the primary power source is restored the ATS resets the primary input.

Note: Your generator requires an ATS socket to operate this switch.

Voltage: 230V
Maximum power output: 5.5kW
Maximum current: 21A
Transfer delay time: 2-5 seconds
Return delay: 10 - 20 seconds
Connections: Generator monitor 5 pin connector
Dimensions: W 28cm x D 28cm H 22cm
Weight: 2.8kg

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How does the ATS handle brownouts? Does it actually monitor the mains voltage and drop the mains supply (and trigger a generator start) if mains voltage drops below say 215v? And only switch mains back on if voltage is detected a ove 230v?
The way you have explained it is correct, ATS monitors voltage and needs to be at required standard for it to switch back to mains and if it drops below generator kicks in
By Trade Tested on February 03 2022
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Will this unit work with a 7000 watt generator even though the draw is only 3000 Watts and never likely to be any more
Yes if your generator is wired for ATS, however you won't be able to use the full power of the generator like you say.
By Trade Tested on September 29 2020
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Could this replace a controller or inverter in a solar battery system?
It's not an inverter, so no. The controller regulates overcharging, this just detects power loss and that activates the switch, so not really a replacement for that either.
By Trade Tested on May 25 2020
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