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i need to run a generator to my fuse box and need to know can i just connect the power wire to the main switch and be okay? i dont need a transfer switchStatus: ResolvedAnswers: 10Just to make sure you do not heat up the meter base or anything else outside, try turning off the main, and connecting your generator to the load side of a small breaker, one that will not be used and is an appropriate size for your generator. This small breaker becomes your main, and helps protect your generator and feeder wires. It sounds to me as if your generator is only good for 120 volts, since you have a green wire for ground, a white wire for neutral, and only one black wire for an energized conductor. If your generator is 120 volts only, then you can use a single pole breaker. To know what size breaker to use, divide the wattage of your generator by 120 volts.
Example: If your generator is rated at..
1200 watts, then 1200 / 120 = 10 amps.
1500 watts, then 1500 / 120 = 12.5 amps
2500 watts, then 2500 / 120 = 20.8 amps
If your generator is smaller than 2500 watts, and you have nothing smaller than a 20 amp breaker, it would be safer to run an extension cord straight to the appliance you want to run in order to avoid overloading and burning up your generator and/or wiring.
The larger generators have a 240 volt receptacle, and if it is 4-prong, then you would have a green for ground, white for neutral, and either two blacks or one black and one red for two "hot" conductors. This type generator could be wired into a double pole breaker, again if you have one of the appropriate size.
For a 5,000 watt generator providing 120/240 volts, divide watts by 240 volts.
5,000 / 240 = 20.8 amps. Use a 20 amp double pole breaker for a 5,000 watt, 120/240 volt generator.Best answer · 0It depends on the generator. If it's bigger than 5kw and sold in the US, it must by law have a neutral bonded to ground like your house wiring.
When you say the lines are "cut" do you mean actually down and removed? You would still need a permit to install a transfer switch at the outside disconnect. You should also consider the noise and fumes from the generator and also that it will cost you much more to run a generator than to just pay your bill. There is no way to make your own electricity for less than the power company does.
This really is not a good idea. The generator must also be properly earthed for shock protection and that is not something you can do easily and legally if the power to your home has been cut off.1NO, this is a bad idea. Only a fool will vote this down.
A generator cannot be run through a fuse box without major alterations. It is expensive and complicated. The addition of a secondary box, breaker, offset wiring and etc. make this a bad idea.
You are also creating a fire hazard in addition to creating a zoning/permit nightmare.
If you must, run the generator, by cord(s), only to those critical units you will need for a short time each day in a safe manner.0fuses are designed to protect the wires from overheating, if your main fuse is 80 amps than you will need the right size wire coming from the generator. Taking off the mains is a bad idea, when they restore your power you will have to pull your meter out to shut off the power to those lines to reconnect them.
like said above, just run the bare necessities for the shortest time possible using extension cords with large enough wire.
::::::::::::::::POWER53 has the best answer!0turn the main breaker off
remove the wires from the main lugs or just unhook them,
run the green to the ground lug, white to the ground log, black to one side of the main,
you will only have 110 volts, this way,
lines are not normally cut when the power is turned off, ??
all they do is pull a fuse on the line,0If you have a Homeline or other Square D panel the kit to do this is less than $100, safe and legal, uses top right hand breaker to feed panel, and blocks the main from being turned on at the same time. Other brands have similar kits, but Square D does it cheapest.0Unless you had a really large generator,your output wouldn't be enough for your whole house run extension cords in now.1it would be much safer to just run some extension cords0no u don't.0