Lake Shore offers Quick Connection Cabinets for Portable Generators

qcc0400

Lake Shore Electric offers Quick Connection Cabinets for use with portable emergency generators, or for connection of generator test load banks. These generator or load bank “docking stations” are offered in ratings up to 4000 amperes, and feature NEMA Type-3R enclosures (available in steel, aluminum or stainless steel), hinged access panels and male Cam-Lok connectors for … Read more

Withstand Ratings and Lake Shore Electric Automatic Transfer Switches

Lake Shore Electric ATS

Interrupting ratings are the highest current at rated voltage that a device is intended to interrupt under standard test conditions. Withstand ratings are the highest current at rated voltage that a device is intended to carry under standard test conditions. When applied to automatic transfer switches, these ratings become the highest rated current that the transfer … Read more

Meet Lake Shore Electric’s VB Series Automatic Transfer Switch

Lake Shore VB Series ATS

Lake Shore Electric offers a Vacuum Breaker (VB) Medium Voltage Automatic Transfer Switch for power generation applications requiring dependable transfer of loads to an emergency power source in the event of normal source failure.  The VB Series transfer switch is offered in fixed or draw-out designs, and suitable for use as service entrance equipment. VB Series … Read more

Cummins-specific Circuit Breaker Assemblies from Lake Shore Electric

Lake Shore Electric provides Cummins Power Generation distributors and gen-set packagers with a viable source for 3000 amps and 3200 amps circuit breaker cabinets.  These cabinets are manufactured in Bedford, OH, and are designed specifically for 1750kw (DQKAA), 2000kw (DQKAB) and 2250kw (DQKH) Cummins generator models*. Offering a simple and efficient installation, these circuit breaker … Read more

How to Fit a New Transfer Switch into an Existing Electrical Room.

LS ATS Retrofit Square

Have you ever been to a facility where the owner is contemplating the addition of a new permanent generator, and the owner insists that the automatic transfer switch be installed in the already overcrowded electrical room? Your likely response might be: Sure, but how do we fit the transfer switch in this room?