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UTS10BI Circuits 9&10 wiring

Discussion in Universal Transfer Switch started by Jon , 3/27/2014 1:10 PM
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UTS10BI Circuits 9&10 wiring

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  • hooyapejka

    I don't have a 240v 20A circuit in my house (30A is lowest).  In regards to circuits 9&10 on the UTS10BI, can I connect the "IN" wires to the 30A 240v double breaker with its existing wiring in place to put power to the UTS and then leave the "OUT" wires unconnected and capped with wire nuts?

    It was said in an earlier discussion that this could be done.  I'm looking for confirmation that this will work before I commit to the UTS10BI.

    I know this will leave only 8 120v circuits but, I'd like to have the other 2 the UTS10BI would give me.

    Also, does APC no longer make the UTS's?  Looks like they are HONDA now - is that true?  If true, what is the Honda model number equivalent of the UTS10BI?



  • ipicKedawinna
    This discussion is marked as answered

    Yes, you can do that. You don't need to power anything with 240VAC if you don't want to.

    Also, nothing has changed. We still sell the UTS. UTS6H is the only panel that goes through Honda specifically.

  • hooyapejka

    Thanks Angela.

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