Transfer Panels
CTI Panel Transfer Panels

Assurance when utility power fails

CTI Panel Transfer Panels

CTI Specifications

  • A. Auto/Manual/Test Mode Status Indication - Allows on/off load tests at routine service checks.
  • B. LCD Display - Shows detailed status of system at all times for greater awareness and control.
  • C. Padlockable - Switch can be padlocked in three positions for added security and safety. Only possible in manual operation mode.
  • D. Keypad - For straightforward programming and testing. Password protection is included.
  • E. Manual Handle - Fully integrated handle for manual operation.
  • F. Control Terminals - Generating set remote start signal and terminals for remotely monitoring the system.
  • G. Auxiliary Controls - Auxiliary inputs for automatic control, remote test on load and manual re-transfer.
  • H. Wall Mounting - Panel can be wall mounted for greater flexibility in positioning.

CTI Transfer Panel Options

Model Description Price
CTI63 63 amp Load Transfer Panel with Motorised Switch £501.00 Quote Me
CTI100 100 amp Load Transfer Panel with Motorised Switch £560.00 Quote Me
CTI125 125 amp Load Transfer Panel with Motorised Switch £604.00 Quote Me
CTI160 160 amp Load Transfer Panel with Motorised Switch £628.00 Quote Me
NOTE:

Optional upgrades available on all panels - Price on application Stocked as 3 phase - reconfigurable to single phase All prices subject to VAT at rate ruling at date of invoice. All subject to our Standard Terms and Conditions of Rental/Sale/Contract. Payment terms to be agreed. Validity December 2020.

Available CTI Upgrades


ATI Panel Transfer Panels

Compact and controlled response

ATI Panel Transfer Panels

ATI Specifications

  • A. Two Wire Start Signal - Simple two wire connection for automatic control.
  • B. Wall Mounting Kit - Panel can be wall mounted for greater flexibility in positioning.(ATI 250 and 400 only).
  • C. Bottom Gland Plate - Removable gland plate providing a sizeable area for utility power and generating set cables to be connected.
  • D. Manual Handle - Fully integrated handle for manual operation.
  • E. Padlockable - Switch can be padlocked in all three positions for added security and safety.
  • F. System Status Indication - Shows status of utility power, generating set and switch at all times.
  • G. LCD Display - Shows detailed status of system at all times for greater awareness and control.
  • H. Programmable Countdown Timers - Set routine times for delay on starts, delay on transfer, delay on re-transfer and run on timer.
  • I. Keypad - For straightforward programming and testing. Password protection is included.
  • J. Auto/Manual/Test Mode Status Indication - Allows on/off load tests at routine service checks.

ATI Transfer Panel Options

Model Description Price
ATI250 250 amp Load Transfer Panel with Motorised Switch £744.00 Quote Me
ATI400 400 amp Load Transfer Panel with Motorised Switch £840.00 Quote Me
ATI630 630 amp Load Transfer Panel with Motorised Switch £1,405.00 Quote Me
ATI800 800 amp Load Transfer Panel with Motorised Switch £1,873.00 Quote Me
ATI1000 1000 amp Load Transfer Panel with Motorised Switch £2,479.00 Quote Me
ATI1250 1250 amp Load Transfer Panel with Motorised Switch £2,942.00 Quote Me
ATI1600 1600 amp Load Transfer Panel with Motorised Switch £5,087.00 Quote Me
ATI2000 2000 amp Load Transfer Panel with Motorised Switch £9,248.00 Quote Me
ATI2500 2500 amp Load Transfer Panel with Motorised Switch £11,097.00 Quote Me
ATI3200 3200 amp Load Transfer Panel with Motorised Switch £13,317.00 Quote Me
NOTE:

Optional upgrades available on all panels - Price on application Stocked as 3 phase - reconfigurable to single phase

Available ATI Upgrades

Illustration of Load Transfer

Illustration of Load Transfer

A Load Transfer Panel is a panel that is wired into the premises electrical distribution system to allow a generator to be used. It prevents the generator from back feeding into the mains power supply which could cause serious injury to line workers trying to restore utility power supplies.

Constant mains electricity is supplied into premises via electrical cabling. When this mains electricity is disrupted due to power failures, a signal is sent from the transfer switch to the generating set which then starts up and sends generated electricity back into the premises. When the mains supply is restored the transfer switch blocks the power from the generating set and reverts back to the main supply.

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