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Crouse-Hinds Interlock Kits

We’ve specially designed our Crouse-Hinds Kits to work with the Crouse-Hinds electrical panel on your home. Each kit acts like a manual transfer switch, and provides a safe, reliable connection for your portable generator; you’ll be able to power household systems and outlets, and you won’t need to use a tangle of extension cords. Compared to manual transfer switches, our Kits are also quicker and easier to install, which should minimize the installation fee from your local electrician.

Have any questions about our line of Crouse-Hinds Kits? Call us anytime – we’ll help to connect you to the right Kit for your home.

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Crouse-Hinds Kit K-7010
Our Price: 149.95
Crouse-Hinds Kit K-7110
Our Price: 149.95
This Kit mounts to Siemens, GE, Square D, Cutler Hammer, Thomas & Betts, Challenger, Crouse-Hinds, and Westinghouse electrical panels; requires:

  • Horizontal (left-right) throw
  • Two two-pole breakers
  • Works in all four corners
Main: two-pole; generator: two-pole. Fits any feed-through panel with two double-pole 1" breakers.

Kit Installation Instructions
This Interlock Kit performs like a manual transfer switch for Crouse-Hinds electrical panels and requires:

  • Main engages left
  • Horizontal (left-right) throw
  • One-handle breaker
  • Sits on top of right breaker column
  • Distance from columns: 0" (above)
Space between breaker columns: ½"; three panel spaces required for this Kit.

Kit Installation Instructions
This Kit mounts to Crouse-Hinds electrical panels and requires:

  • Main engages right
  • Horizontal (left-right) throw
  • One-handle breaker
  • Sits on top of left breaker column
  • Distance from columns: 0" (above)
Space between breaker columns: ½"; three panel spaces required for this Kit.

Kit Installation Instructions
This Kit mounts to Crouse-Hinds electrical panels and requires:

  • Horizontal (left-right) throw
  • Two-handle breaker
  • Offset 7/8" right of center of columns
  • Distance from columns: ½" (above)
Space between breaker columns: ½"; four panel spaces required: 1, 2, 4, and 6.

Kit Installation Instructions