GenerLink™ Transfer SwitchEnsure your home is always powered, regardless of whether there is a power outage.

Generlink Transfer Switch: MA23 (30-Amp)

This model works with portable generators that have a running wattage below 8,500 watts.

GenerLok Power Cable Length Options

Custom made power cable that connects a portable generator to the GenerLink available in in a 20, 40, 60, 80, or 100-foot long cord.

As a homeowner, we understand how frustrating power outages can be, especially during severe weather conditions. It can be frustrating to be left without power for an extended period, which can cause food spoilage, discomfort, and potential safety hazards. That’s why we recommend the Generlink transfer switch to connect your generator directly to your home’s electrical panel, enabling it to power your home’s essential appliances and systems during an outage.

Why the Generlink Transfer Switch?

The GenerLink transfer switch provides several benefits over other types of transfer switches, including:

Easy Installation

The GenerLink is easy to install and does not require any rewiring of your home. It simply connects to your home’s existing meter and provides power directly to your home’s electrical panel.

Safe & Reliable

The GenerLink is designed to be safe and reliable. It is built to withstand extreme weather conditions, including hurricanes and high winds, and is equipped with several safety features to prevent any potential hazards.


Generlink will automatically transfer back to utility power, so all you have to do is turn off your generator at your convenience. 

Cost Effective

The GenerLink is a cost-effective solution compared to other transfer switches. It does not require any additional electrical work, making it an affordable option for homeowners.

Overall, the GenerLink transfer switch is an excellent solution to power outages. It provides peace of mind, convenience, and cost savings, making it an ideal option for homeowners who want to ensure that their homes are always powered, even during an outage.