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VIGILANT AUTOMATIC TRANSFER SWITCH 100 AMP NEMA TYPE 3 ENCLOSURE

  • $773.00


MGVATS1001240
VIGILANT SERIES TRANSFER SWITCHES

The Vigilant 100amp single phase 120/240V series automatic transfer switch is designed to automatically transfer critical loads in the event of a power outage. It consists of a simple, rugged design while maintaining the flexibility required to meet the needs of residential, agricultural and light industrial applications.

Galvanized Steel Enclosure – This duplex coated, galvanized G90 grade steel meets American Society for testing and Materials (ASTM) standard A653, with a service life of more than twice that of regular steel.

Exterior Accessibility – The easy–to–use, 7–day exerciser clock gives full control over day and time. The exerciser clock and indicator lamps are both accessible from outside the transfer switch – no need to open the door, even with the NEMA 3 enclosure option.

VTSC100 Logic Controller Board – The controls harbored in the center of every Vigilant automatic transfer switch. It is designed to provide all basic transfer switch control functions with simplicity, flexibility, and durability.

Features include:

  • Powered from Genet battery for isolation against line transients.
  • Integrated voltage and frequency sensing.
  • Adjustable transfer delays using on–board potentiometers.
  • Fused remote start contact relays.
  • Adjustable drop–out & pick–up values for voltage and frequency.
  • Internal test switch included.

Galvanized Corrosion Protection – Standard on all Vigilant enclosures; they are made from duplex coated, galvanized G90 grade steel and meets American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) standard A653. The service life of our galvanized steel enclosures is more than twice that of regular steel.

5–Year Warranty – One of the best comprehensive parts warranty in the industry.


HOW IT WORKS

Home Generator Systems are permanently connected via a transfer switch to your home's electrical system for an automatic response to power failure.

The Home Generator System's computer–controlled Transfer Switch continually monitors your connection to local utility power.

When utility power is disrupted, the transfer switch confirms that a true power outage has occurred and signals the standby generator to start.

The system supplies backup power to your home within 30 seconds. When utility power is restored, the system automatically senses it, restores utility power, and resumes monitoring until the next utility failure.


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