CONECT ATS PANEL
IT CONNECTS A PORTABLE OR STATIONARY GENERATOR TO YOUR HOUSE
THE CONECT ATS PANEL FRONT PANEL
 The green light indicates the presence of voltage in your house. It may turn on when the switch is in the BYPASS position or ATS position. It may blink (see ) according to the voltage status.
 When a green light or  is continuously on, it indicates a constant presence of voltage. A 10% ON / 90% OFF rate indicates an abnormal voltage. A 90% ON / 10% OFF blinking rate indicates that utility power (or generator) is about to be connected to your house. An Indicator is OFF when the voltage is lower than 120V.
 Function selector index. The knob has 3 fixed positions. Before removing the cover it is necessary to loosen the fixing screw .
 This green indicator informs you about the status of the utility power. It is continuously on when utility power is regular. It starts blinking when the voltage is not stable and, if the switch is in BYPASS mode, your appliances may suffer a damage. For this reason, always set the ATS PANEL in ATS mode.
 When the switch is in ATS mode, this green indicator works as described above (). In case of utility power failure, the ATS panel disconnects your house and instructs the generator to start.
 Fixing knob screw. Before removing the cover it is necessary to loosen this fixing screw.
 This green indicator, informs you about the status of the generator. It is continuously on when the generator works within the specifications. It starts blinking (10% ON / 90% OFF) when the voltage is not stable. It starts blinking with a rate of 90% ON / 10% OFF during warm-up (engine runs offload)
 Red lamp indicating a status of alarm
 This is the table that helps you decoding the alarms