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tacman7

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Just bought a generator to use for emergency power.

I want to hook it up to two circuits and am looking for the right equipment.

So I would run those two circuits out of the electrical box to another box where it could switched.

They have some single pole double throw switches that go on a rail that look interesting, they're only like $10 each.

Or there's this thing:

https://www.homedepot.com/p/GE-60-Amp-240-Volt-Non-Fused-Indoor-General-Duty-Double-Throw-Safety-Switch-TC35322/202978651?

Is there a breaker like double throw switch?

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tacman7

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Found this for $114

https://www.homedepot.com/p/GE-30-Amp-240-Volt-Non-Fused-Indoor-General-Duty-Double-Throw-Safety-Switch-TC35321/202978650?
Bruce

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yes, that should work fine, but please have a licensed electrician check your grounding and bonding of the set up you are using.  (no, I am a novice, too)
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