Generlink Models

There are two models of the GenerLink transfer switch currently available:

  • MA23 (30-Amp): This model of the GenerLink works with portable generators that have a running wattage below 8,500 watts.

  • MA24 (40-Amp): This model of the GenerLink works with portable generators that have a running wattage below 10,000 watts.

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The GenerLink is a UL-listed, socket-mounted transfer switch that provides a safe and convenient way to connect portable generator power to your home in minutes! Installed behind your electric meter, the GenerLink delivers generator power directly to your breaker box, eliminating the hassle of running power cords through your home. Add Bluetooth technology to your GenerLink and receive notifications when utility power is restored. 

  • Always installed, use it when you need it

  • No rewiring or subpanel required

  • Compatible with 200 Ampere Service or less

  • Takes 30 minutes to install by utility personnel

  • Prevents back feeding of the utility line

  • UL listed meter mounted transfer switch (UL1008M)

  • Requires a 240V, four-pronged outlet on the generator 

Operating the GenerLink

**Make sure to place your portable generator in a well-ventilated area near the GenerLink outside of your home. 

 

How to safely connect portable generator power to your home:

1) Turn OFF all the circuit breakers in your breaker panel. 

2) Connect the female end of your GenerLok cord to the GenerLink and the male end to your generator. 

3) Turn the circuit breaker of the generator OFF then power on the portable generator by following the procedures stated in the generator's owner's manual. 

4) Once the generator has been running for 30 seconds, turn the circuit breaker on the generator to the ON position to deliver generator power to the GenerLink. 

5) Turn ON only the essential breakers in your breaker panel. Make sure you do not exceed the maximum running wattage of your generator. 

 

How to safely reconnect utility power to your home:

1) Turn OFF all the circuit breakers in your breaker panel.

2) Shut off your portable generator.

3) Turn ON all the circuit breakers in your breaker panel.