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Go Power Automatic Transfer Switch - Metal Case - 50 Amp - 120V/240V

Go Power Automatic Transfer Switch - Metal Case - 50 Amp - 120V/240V

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This transfer switch automatically changes from inverter to shore power when you hook up at the campground. Protects your electrical system from AC power backfeed. Great Prices for the best rv transfer switch from Go Power. Go Power Automatic Transfer Switch - Metal Case - 50 Amp - 120V/240V part number 34270278 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service.
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Go Power RV Transfer Switch - 34270278

  • 50 Amp
  • 120V
  • 240V
  • Go Power

This transfer switch automatically changes from inverter to shore power when you hook up at the campground. Protects your electrical system from AC power backfeed.


Features:

  • Transfer switch automatically reroutes your RV's AC input from inverter power to shore power when activated
  • Time delay function only allows one input to feed your RV's breaker panel at a time
    • Protects system from AC power backfeed
  • 50-Amp double pole switch includes 2 separate 120V legs
  • Durable metal case with cord openings
  • Made in the USA


Specs:

  • Amperage: 50 amps
  • Voltage: 120V/240V
  • Dimensions: 9-1/4" long x 6-13/16" wide x 4-3/8" tall
  • 2-Year warranty


go power 50 amp automatic transfer switch

This transfer switch has been pre-wired to automatically change the primary source of AC current from inverter to shore power to conserve battery life. The switch includes (2) 50-amp legs, which allow you to use up to 100 amps on a shore power service. The legs are rated at 120V each and allow for 240V service. To prevent electrical interruptions, the time delay circuit board allows the alternate power source to stabilize before a transfer occurs. Additionally, since the switch only accepts one active source, it protects your electrical system from dangerous backfeed that can damage your equipment.


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The metal case also has cord knockouts for connections.


Automatic Transfer Switch Installation

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There are several wiring configuration options, depending on the electrical application inside your RV. These include installation between shore power and an on-board generator, an inverter and an alternating source, or even a hybrid system using another transfer switch for designated circuits.




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Installation Details 34270278 Installation instructions



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Go Power Automatic Transfer Switch - Metal Case - 50 Amp - 120V/240V - 34270278

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (19 Customer Reviews)

This transfer switch automatically changes from inverter to shore power when you hook up at the campground. Protects your electrical system from AC power backfeed.

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I converted a system where I had to plug my shore line into a separate socket for the generator. This meant I was always wrestling with the 20' shore line in it's storage compartment. Adding this switch allows me to have a totally separate shore line that I can store much easier. Switching from shore power to generator is now a breeze



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I had a transfer switch fail in my 2005 Alpine coach. I replaced it with this unit. Was essentially a direct replacement. This unit was little smaller and had to make different ground legs, otherwise seamless install. If you read the reviews about buzzing and what not, just skip them. No noise no heat nothing but perfect transfer of power from gen to shore.



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Well, I had to buy this last one to replace the one I bought from etrailer earlier this summer. That one tripped and went bad on me. Smelt like burnt plastic.



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Melissa was super helpful. Shipped on time and was a pleasure doing business with you!



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Great product at great price. Original transfer switch was having problems, and no longer in production.



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Solid metal Box With easy diagram to follow for hooking up your connections. It can easily handle 6/3 wire.



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Each time I have ordered from etrailer the product was as advertised, arrived in a timely manner and worked perfectly.

Todd

10/7/2021

Great product



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Order showed up a little early. Love that. Haven’t installed it yet but looking forward to it and expecting zero issues.



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Simple, effective. Did what I needed it. Takes a few seconds to transfer over, but expected.



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Working good had no issues



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Everything went smooth and Ashley was a great. She explained how much shipping was and got it out Next Day Air. Everything matched up at the end of the day with what she told me.



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Good product. No worries.



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Seems to be working just as anticipated.



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See what our Experts say about this Go Power RV Transfer Switch

  • Will the Go Power 50 Amp Automatic Transfer Switch Work with DuroMax 13,000 Watt Portable Generator
    I spoke with Go Power and they did inform me that you could use the Go Power Automatic Transfer Switch part # 34270278 with the DuroMax 13,000 Watt Dual Fuel Portable Generator. It really doesn't matter which generator you use, the transfer switch is setup for two power sources.
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  • Will Go Power Automatic Transfer Switch Auto Start/Stop the Generator
    The Go Power Automatic Transfer Switch part # 34270278 won't start or stop the generator, it simply stops the transfer of power to the main source when shore power is detected. The term automatic refers to the automated stop of power i.e. no manual switch, not ignition to the generator. The generator would need to be started and tuned off manually.
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  • How To Wire 240v Generator Power And 120v Shore Power To A Go Power Automatic Transfer Switch
    The Go Power Automatic Transfer Switch # 34270278 lists in the instruction manual that the generator will be dominant power source so you would just need to wire the generator 240v to the generator input side and shore power 120v to the shore line input side. I've copied the wiring instructions below: 1. Connect the powercord neutral to the powercord lug labeled NEUTRAL WHT. 2. Connect powercord hot 1 and hot 2 to powercord lugs HOT 1 BLK and HOT 2 RED. 3. Connect the generator neutral(s)...
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  • Does the Go Power Automatic Transfer Switch Support Switching Between 2 Power Sources
    The Go Power Automatic Transfer Switch # 34270278 provides automatic power switching between two or three separate 120/240 volt AC input sources, including power cords, onboard generators, onboard inverters, or all three. The ATS will sense the presence of available power supplies and automatically select the proper one. I have also attached the owners manual for the Go Power Automatic Transfer Switch # 34270278 which goes over its capabilities more in depth.
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  • Go Power Automatic Transfer Switch Supporting Dual 2000 Watt Inverters
    I contacted our Go-Power Rep for this question to ensure we provided you best possible response about the Go Power Automatic Transfer Switch, # 34270278. After explaining your question they stated that conceptually this should work the way you are wanting, they however have not tested this configuration to be able to verify.
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  • Will the Go Power 50 Amp Automatic Transfer Switch Work w/ a 30 Watt Generator?
    Yes, the Go Power Automatic Transfer Switch item # 34270278 will work with your 30 watt generator when you are not hooked up to shore power. Since you're running an invertor with solar you will need two of the item # 34270278. You can't run three power sources with just one. I have linked a diagram below that will help you get set up.
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  • Go Power Automatic Transfer Switch Generator/Shore Power
    Not knowing how your current components are wired it is difficult for me to state that with confidence. However, detailed instructions are provided showing the proper integration of this ATS into your system. The Go Power Automatic Transfer Switch, # 34270278, is intended to automatically change from operating your systems off the inverter shifting to shore power when you hook up at the campground. It will protect your electrical system from AC power back feed. If properly wired, follow...
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  • Why is Transfer Switch Needed with RV that Uses Shore Power and Generator
    The transfer switch is needed if you plan to use more than one AC power source for your camper. So if you use shore power from a camp site and also want to be able to use a generator you need the transfer switch like the part # 34270278. With DC power you can run more than one power source to a circuit and there's no issue but with AC power you can't run two power sources to same circuit at same time which is why the transfer switch is needed.
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  • Recommended Power Inverter, 50 Amp Transfer Switch and Charger For Solar Upgrade On RV Camper
    I recommend using the Go Power Industrial Pure Sine Wave Inverter Charger # 34275013. This will reduce all the components into one system by combining your transfer switch inverter and converter/charger into one unit. You will be able to wire in your 50 amp circuit with this unit. This will mean less wiring and space required for your setup and only one panel to monitor everything in your system. On a 50 amp RV circuit you have 2 separate 120 volt holt circuits that feed into the RV....
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  • Is There A Transfer Switch Available To Choose Which Power Leg You Want To Power With An Inverter
    If by phase you mean the leg there is no transfer switch that is going to allow you to choose which leg you want to power. An inverter like the Go Power Industrial Pure Sine Wave Inverter Charger - 3,000 Watts # 34275013 is going to connect to both the main leg of your panel and the second leg, with only the second leg receiving power from the inverter when running off of the battery. When connected to shore power the inverter will switch off and allow power to flow through the inverter...
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  • Replacement Transfer Switch For A Progressive Dynamics PD52 In A 2019 Jayco North Point
    The correct replacement transfer switch for your PD52 transfer switch in your 2019 Jayco North Point, is the: - Progressive Dynamics Transfer Switch - Metal Case # PD52. This transfer switch can automatically reroute your RV's AC input from shore power to generator power, and can also be use with an inverter in place of a generator. Attached is a review video for you to check out as well.
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  • Automatic Transfer Switch Recommendation for a 5,500 Watt Onan Generator
    Since the Furrion Automatic Transfer Switch # F50ATS is only rated for 3,750 watts I recommend going with the Go Power Automatic Transfer Switch # 34270278 instead. I reached out and confirmed with my contact at Go Power that this transfer switch will work with your 5,500 watt Onan generator. Attached are some review videos for you to check out!
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  • Can 50 Amp Transfer Switch for RV be Wired for 30 Amps
    There isn't a way to wire our 50 amp transfer switches to work with 30 amp so your best solution would be a 30 amp switch like the Furrion part # F30ATS.
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  • How Does Go Power Automatic Transfer Switch # 34270278 Connect to Shore Power and Inverter
    The Go Power Automatic Transfer Switch # 34270278 that you are interested in was designed to automatically switch power sources between an inverter or an AC power source. You'd want to run the inverter you have now to this as well as the power source wiring from shore power and this would automatically take care of your AC power needs/switching. Basically your battery would connect to the inverter, the inverter to the # 34270278 and then the # 34270278 to your fuse panel. This does not...
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  • Troubleshooting Low Power from Shore to Transfer Switch
    It sounds like you have a short in your Power Cord wiring as there isn't anything between the power cord and the Go Power Transfer Switch # 34270278 as they are directly wired. I've attached a video of the Go Power Transfer Switch - Quick Connect - 30 Amp # 342GPTS which shows these connections. If you don't use and in-line circuit breaker like # CAM55306 then there has to be an issue with the wiring or the ground on the transfer switch itself.
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  • Advantages to Using Go Power Automatic Transfer Switch # 34270278
    The advantage or pro, of having a converter/charger in one unit, such as the Progressive Dynamics Mighty Mini Converter/Smart Charger, # PD4045KA is having it all in one package; you know that all subcomponents are matched to function with each other. The way the Go Power Inverter, # 34278156 that you linked to works is to be connected to your RV's AC battery bank providing 12 Volt DC output. That battery bank is charged from the AC input of the shore power connection, or solar, or generator....
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  • Does Go Power Industrial Pure Sine Wave Inverter # 34278156 Have Transfer Switch
    What you are describing is a transfer switch that would allow the # 34278156 to be bypassed when shore power is connected. This unit does not have a transfer switch built in and it would need to be added on with the # 34270278 or you could go with a setup that has the transfer switch built in like the part # PD4045KA.
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  • Recommended Made in USA 50 Amp Automatic Transfer Switch for RV
    Yes, the Progressive Dynamics Transfer Switch part # PD52 has an automatic design with 50 amp rating and it's made right here in the USA. We also offer the Go Power Automatic Transfer Switch part # 34270278 which is an automatic switch with 50 amp rating made here in the USA. They are both great options, the Go Power is slightly smaller but I would go with whichever is more cost effective at the time.
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  • Transfer Switch for Three AC Power Sources, Shore Power, Generator and Battery Bank Inverter
    What you need is two of the 50 Amp Go Power Automatic Transfer Switches, # 34270278. A transfer switch will have a dominate side. How the input is wired determines how power passes through the unit.
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  • How to Determine Correct Inverter for TV and Coffee Machine
    I can definitely help you determine the correct inverter for your TV and coffee machine. To figure out the correct inverter, you simply need to know the amount of watts your TV and coffee machine use. While TVs don't generally consume much wattage, coffee machines use up quite a bit of energy, often over 1,000 watts. So I think you hit the nail on the head with the 2,000 watt Go Power Industrial Pure Sine Wave Inverter # 34278156. This would be the best option for your needs, and for...
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  • Is A Transfer Switch Necessary On an RV?
    Yes you are going to need a transfer switch if you plan on using more than one AC power source on your RV. For instance, if you're plugged into shore power and would also like to use a generator, then you'd want to use the Go Power Automatic Transfer Switch # 34270278.
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  • How Can I Power My Camper From a Generator With the Hard Wired Watchdog Surge Protector?
    As I am not sure of your specific camper there are a couple options to check out. First the Hughes Autoformers Ground Neutral Bonded Plug for Generators # HU33FR is designed to allow you to plug into your generator without causing the Power Watchdog Surge Protector # HU27FR to fault. The plug inserts into an unused outlet on your generator to create a neutral to ground bond. If your generator is an onboard unit that is hardwired to the camper you will want to install the surge protector...
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