Protect What Powers Your Home

The Trifecta manual transfer switch is a UL-listed, state-of-the-art device that provides three essential services in a single meter-mounted appliance:

  • Manual transfer switch
  • Service lockout
  • Surge suppression device

During a power outage, the Trifecta manual transfer switch safely connects your portable generator power to your home in minutes.

Manual operation lets you easily control whether your home is connected to the utility grid, an alternate source, or neither. A convenient, three-position handle ensures your home is disconnected from the utility grid before an alternate power source is connected, preventing back feeding and protecting essential utility line workers.

Installation is fast and easy!

Control Your Home’s Power with a Trifecta Manual Transfer Switch!

Transfer Switch Specifications

  • Dimensions: 6 ½” in diameter x 5 ¼” deep
  • Weight: 3.5 lbs
  • Socket Style: Ring or Ring-less, form 2S
  • Compatible with 200 Ampere Service or less


  • UL listed meter mounted transfer switch (UL1008M)
  • Line Worker Safety
  • 2020 National Electric Code

Features & Benefits

Can take 30 minutes or less to be installed by a licensed professional

Always installed, use it when you need it

No rewiring or subpanel required

Prevents back feeding to the utility line to protect line workers

Powers hardwired items like sump pumps, well pumps, lighting, and security systems

MODELS Max Generator Continuous Wattage Surge Protection (75kA per phase)
TRI-23-S 7,200 W Yes
TRI-24-S 9,600 W Yes

Not all generators are compatible with a GenerLink transfer switch due to plug type, wattage, voltage, and/or GFCI. If you need assistance with generator verification, please refer to the Compatibility Guide (PDF) or call 800-886-3837.

Please note that portable generators are not strong enough to power your entire home. First, decide which appliances you plan to use during an outage and calculate how much power they require.  Then, select a generator whose running wattage is large enough to power these appliances.

In most cases, you will want to purchase a generator whose running wattage is between 4,400 and 10,000 watts.

Generators smaller than 4,000 watts are generally ill-suited for powering a home during an outage as they cannot start many appliances.

Generators larger than 10,000 watts are often expensive, difficult to move, noisy, and will not work with the GenerLink transfer switch.

Feature Details
Socket Style Ring or Ring-less, Form 2S
Utility Input Voltage 120/240 Volt
Utility Compatibility 200 Ampere Service or Less
Generator Input Voltage 120/240 Volt
Generator Compatibility 7.2 to 9.6 kW Continuous (depending on model)
Generator Connection Proprietary GenerLok QuickConnect Power Cord
Generator Protection Supplementary 30-40 Amp Protection
Feature Details
Transfer Type Break-Before-Make
Transfer Delay Manual Delay
Life cycle 300,000 Operations
Temperature Range -30°C to 60°C External Ambient

Take control of your power.