Close Advertising SEARCH ON AMAZON CLICK NOW 24 HOUR ONLY SALES Transfer Switch For Generator | Solar Generator + Manual Transfer Switch Setup | How to Guide Like About Share 0 views 0% 0 0 Get our Exclusive DIY Solar Training: https://shopsolarkits.com/products/mini-course Get Instant Access To Our [DIY Solar … From: admin99 Date: August 25, 2023 NEWS Related videos 1 0% Jackery 3000 Pro: A Powerful and Portable Power Station 0 0% Introduction of the latest Jackery Solar Generator 2000 Plus 2 0% New 6KW Nitrox Installation with Small Generator 0 0% Fun CARBON NEUTRAL EXPERIMENTS with Anker Solar Generator 767 ⚡🌍 0 0% Power Station/Solar Generator Overlanding Buyer’s Guide 0 0% The Best Way To Use A Generator With Solar 1 0% BOUGERV 1200w Solar Generator Only $593! [short] 0 0% Ecoflow Delta Pro: Long Term Review and Mounting Guide Show more related videos 13 thoughts on “Transfer Switch For Generator | Solar Generator + Manual Transfer Switch Setup | How to Guide” great video, i'm going to be installing this soon. quick question, obviously the "hot" wire is isolated from the main, when being fed from the EV, but what about the neutral? does the neutral backfeed the main via the bus bar? Reply I just got a Ecoflow delta max and would like to do this. What is the name/brand of the switch you are using? Than you for sharing. Reply What is the brand of this transfer switch? Thank you Reply Would this also work if the usual power came from a big off-grid generator? I'd like to turn it off for the nights and use the batteries for power. If so, could you post the link to the right switch, please? Reply Does it trip your main breaker when place on generator? Reply So off the one EcoFlow out let you can Power all the other circuits Simultaneously? Reply Hi, nice straight to the point video. I'm looking into buying one of these generators to hook it up to a transfer switch. I worried about the grounding though; do I have to ground the panels or Delta Pro if I want to place the panels on my roof? Reply Why not just connect to the whole house using a transfer switch (Which has one big handle), then you would simply shut off the breakers to what you want to shut down? Reply What extension cord is that you have plugged into the transfer switch ? Have a link ? Reply Please do a video when you actually hook up the transfer switch to your main panel and only utilize one Delta Pro and therefore only one leg of the 240 volts that normally would go into a transfer switch from a generator. I know that you can hook up two Delta pros through their double voltage hub into a transfer switch. However, interested in whether you can just isolate one leg in the main panel. Seems like if you are able to do that, all of the circuit breakers hooked into the transfer switch would all need to be on the left side or the right side of the main panel box Reply did this work for the delta pro ? I have a transfer switch with outlet already. but was wondering if it just plugs in the same as gas generator without any modifications. or specific transfer switches needed. Reply Where does the solar panels come into play? Reply ? I have gas generator that runs off a whole house transfer switch. The big cable ends have different plug ends from your set up. I want to buy a solar generator ,possibly eco delta pro. I can’t afford two pros which the company says I need two. Could I do the manual switch like yours and choose the main circuits I need? Would like to run well pump but it might be 240 volts. What’s your opinion? Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.