Generac’s HomeLink™ Upgradeable Transfer Switch goes beyond what other manual transfer switches can do. It makes upgrading from a portable generator to automatic standby power simple and affordable.
HomeLink™ is a pre-wired electrical device that’s installed next to your home’s circuit panel. During an outage, it delivers power to hard-wired appliances (such as furnace, well pump and lights) with the push of a button, safely and easily – eliminating the need for multiple extension cords.
When you’re ready to install an automatic home standby generator, a certified electrician will change out the panel located in the HomeLink™ with an automatic switch upgrade panel and new faceplate – and it’s ready to be connected to a home standby generator.
A Generac home standby generator automatically backs up essential circuits with this pre-wired transfer switch. It comes standard with 8 circuits, expandable to 10 circuits.
Learn more about how the HomeLink™ upgradeable manual transfer switch works and how it is installed in your home.
Safe – prevents dangerous back-feeding to avoid injuring utility line workers
Versatile – can be upgraded later for use with a Generac Home Standby generator (11kW maximum)
Power indicator lights – displays when you have utility or generator power present
Powers hard-wired circuits – directly powers hard-wired appliances such as your furnace, well pump and lights
Easy to maintain and expand – interchangeable type circuit breakers make it easy to reconfigure, replace or expand from 8 to 10 circuits in your switch
Pre-wired – for quick and easy installation
Generac’s HomeLink™ Upgradeable Transfer Switch is available by itself or in your choice of two convenient kits. Download the product spec sheet here or click the button below to download the HomeLink™ flyer.
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