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Home Interlock Kit on a GE Loadcenter Copyright-Arrows-460x613-CompletedGELoadCenter-IMG_6792

Copyright-Arrows-460×613-CompletedGELoadCenter-IMG_6792

A Completed Generator Interlock Kit Installation on an Existing GE Circuit Breaker Panel

The completed interlock kit installation with many of the circuits labeled.
The red arrows point to labels that were provided by the interlock kit manufacturer and must be installed as per the instructions supplied with the interlock kit.

The yellow tape marks are there to help the homeowner choose some of the important circuits to be powered by the generator. When the utility company power goes out, this basement will be dark until the portable generator is powered up..

This is the area that the homeowner chose to have the generator inlet boxinstalled. It is next to the garage door. Article 445 in the National Electrical Code covers generators. You should also read article 702 entitled "Optional Standby Systems". Article 250 is also applicable as are others that may be contingent on the type of wiring methods used.
GE Load Center before Interlock Kit Installation