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Conntek 1450SS2-15 50 Amp Temp Power Generator Cord, 15 Feet, Black
Conntek 1450SS2-15 50 Amp Temp Power Generator Cord, 15 Feet, Black
Conntek 1450SS2-15 50 Amp Temp Power Generator Cord, 15 Feet, Black
Conntek 1450SS2-15 50 Amp Temp Power Generator Cord, 15 Feet, Black
Conntek 1450SS2-15 50 Amp Temp Power Generator Cord, 15 Feet, Black

Conntek 1450SS2-15 50 Amp Temp Power Generator Cord, 15 Feet, Black

Conntek 1450SS2-15 50 Amp Temp Power Generator Cord, 15 Feet, Black
Conntek 1450SS2-15 50 Amp Temp Power Generator Cord, 15 Feet, Black
Conntek 1450SS2-15 50 Amp Temp Power Generator Cord, 15 Feet, Black
Conntek 1450SS2-15 50 Amp Temp Power Generator Cord, 15 Feet, Black
Conntek 1450SS2-15 50 Amp Temp Power Generator Cord, 15 Feet, Black
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Features

  • Plug (Male): NEMA 14-50P, 50-Amps, 125/250-Volts, 15 feet
  • Receptacle (Female): NEMA SS2-50R, 50-Amps, 125/250-Volts, Locking Style
  • Maximum Wattage: 12,500 Watts
  • Enables a connection for straight-blade 50 amp outlet to a locking 50 amp inlet
  • Elbow Plug Style for Strain-Relief

Description

This generator cord will enable you to connect to any generator model featuring a NEMA 14-50R (50 Amps, 125/250 Volts, straight blade). It will also allow you to connect in tandem with an inlet/transfer switch box featuring a NEMA SS2-50P (50 Amps, 125/250 Volts, locking style || CS6365). With a maximum wattage rating of 12,500 Watts and a jacket rating of STW for extra-heavy duty usage, this just may be the only generator cord you need for years to come. Limited 1-year warranty. Product is intended for use with generators only. Do not leave product connected to a power-source outside of normal use. Ensure connection points are free from moisture/debris.


Package Dimensions 15.5 x 13.1 x 3 inches


Item Weight 10 pounds


Manufacturer Conntek


ASIN B0046C6G7O


Item model number 1450SS2-15


Customer Reviews 4.6 out of 5 stars 293 ratings 4.6 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #4,712 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden) #4 in Outdoor Generator Cords, Sets & Plugs


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


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Delivery

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Returns

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Features

  • Plug (Male): NEMA 14-50P, 50-Amps, 125/250-Volts, 15 feet
  • Receptacle (Female): NEMA SS2-50R, 50-Amps, 125/250-Volts, Locking Style
  • Maximum Wattage: 12,500 Watts
  • Enables a connection for straight-blade 50 amp outlet to a locking 50 amp inlet
  • Elbow Plug Style for Strain-Relief

Description

This generator cord will enable you to connect to any generator model featuring a NEMA 14-50R (50 Amps, 125/250 Volts, straight blade). It will also allow you to connect in tandem with an inlet/transfer switch box featuring a NEMA SS2-50P (50 Amps, 125/250 Volts, locking style || CS6365). With a maximum wattage rating of 12,500 Watts and a jacket rating of STW for extra-heavy duty usage, this just may be the only generator cord you need for years to come. Limited 1-year warranty. Product is intended for use with generators only. Do not leave product connected to a power-source outside of normal use. Ensure connection points are free from moisture/debris.


Package Dimensions 15.5 x 13.1 x 3 inches


Item Weight 10 pounds


Manufacturer Conntek


ASIN B0046C6G7O


Item model number 1450SS2-15


Customer Reviews 4.6 out of 5 stars 293 ratings 4.6 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #4,712 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden) #4 in Outdoor Generator Cords, Sets & Plugs


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • Plug (Male): NEMA 14-50P, 50-Amps, 125/250-Volts, 15 feet
  • Receptacle (Female): NEMA SS2-50R, 50-Amps, 125/250-Volts, Locking Style
  • Maximum Wattage: 12,500 Watts
  • Enables a connection for straight-blade 50 amp outlet to a locking 50 amp inlet
  • Elbow Plug Style for Strain-Relief

Description

This generator cord will enable you to connect to any generator model featuring a NEMA 14-50R (50 Amps, 125/250 Volts, straight blade). It will also allow you to connect in tandem with an inlet/transfer switch box featuring a NEMA SS2-50P (50 Amps, 125/250 Volts, locking style || CS6365). With a maximum wattage rating of 12,500 Watts and a jacket rating of STW for extra-heavy duty usage, this just may be the only generator cord you need for years to come. Limited 1-year warranty. Product is intended for use with generators only. Do not leave product connected to a power-source outside of normal use. Ensure connection points are free from moisture/debris.


Package Dimensions 15.5 x 13.1 x 3 inches


Item Weight 10 pounds


Manufacturer Conntek


ASIN B0046C6G7O


Item model number 1450SS2-15


Customer Reviews 4.6 out of 5 stars 293 ratings 4.6 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #4,712 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden) #4 in Outdoor Generator Cords, Sets & Plugs


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


abunda_amazon_reviews Works great! I also purchased the Conntek ISI 80SS2-GYBX Temporary Generator Transfer Switch Power Inlet Box, 50 Amp (http://amzn.to/1MUrPBN) and would recommend that Power box as the cable fits perfectly. I've read some other reviewers who had issue with a different brand box not accepting the cable very easily. No need for any grease to get this cable to work with the Conntek box. It fits snugly but smoothly and is easy enough to lock into place without much trouble. My setup: DuroMax XP10000EH Generator - http://amzn.to/1MCfxLp Conntek 1450SS2-15 15-Foot Power Cord - http://amzn.to/1j0kfv6 Conntek ISI 80SS2-GYBX Transfer Switch Power Inlet Box - http://amzn.to/1l9LHrw Reliance THP108 PowerBack Utility Power Return Alert - http://amzn.to/20xTv6F;;Reviewed in the United States on October 5, 2015;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Pair this with the Conntek Inlet box for a perfect fit (http://amzn.to/1MUrPBN);;Sean;;;We are using this with a Duromax Dual Fuel generator to power our home after losing power from Hurricane Irma (5 days and counting at this point). This cable has been in constant use since our power went out and has not gotten hot or failed. The connections are very firm and did not loosen or fail at all during extremely heavy winds and driving rain. We would recommend this cable to anyone need to run a heavy load. We have it connected via a Reliance Controls Corporation PBN50 50-Amp NEMA 3R CS6375 Power Inlet Box for Generators Up to 12,500 Running Watts;;Reviewed in the United States on September 15, 2017;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Hurricane proven;;FL-Reviewer;;;this cord is heavy duty and can handle any watts or voltage you may have in you home or shop or some kind of storage you may have, this cord works great with the generator of my choice duromax XP10000EH or the duromax XP12000EH both works really well just install a 50 amp breaker in your main breaker box hook up your wires to a transfer switch power inlet box 50 AMP and you are set. the set up will need is one of the duromax generator the power inlet box and this power cord don't forget you have to get a cord to run from your main breaker box to the inlet box make sure you mount this box outside your or in a garage will be find but make sure that the generator is outside your house not in the garage will the doors closed almost forgot these generators run off of gas and propane yes propane last twice as long as gas plus during a power outage most of the gas stores will have no power so you can't buy gas but propane last for years, one of those tanks that use for a fish fryer is fine or go by lowes and get a 100lb tank this is your best buy because this tank is yours all you have to do is to get a refill and bring it home. and by the way EBAY can send you a EMAIL when these generators go on sale I hope this help.;;Reviewed in the United States on September 19, 2017;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;be safe and prepared for your family;;Sammy R.;;;I live in Miami and lost power during Hurricane Irma. Luckily I was well prepared with a large generator and a 50 amp inlet that was installed at my house. I ran my portable generator for 6 days for about 23 hours per day and we were very comfortable. This cable never got warm as it has 6AWG conductors for the two hot legs and the neutral line. The ground conductor is 8 AWG and this ran perfectly in 100-degree heat. I was able to run my central A/C because of this 50 amp connection and I am so glad that I was prepared. This is a quality cable that I will recommend to anyone looking for an emergency generator connection for their portable generator!;;Reviewed in the United States on September 18, 2017;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;I ran my portable generator for 6 days for about 23 hours per day and we were very comfortable. This cable never got warm as it has ...;;Nicolas Morot-gaudry;;;Awesome, heavy duty cord. We've got a 50 amp reliance power inlet box wired to our panel with an interlock kit. And I've got the duromax dual fuel generator 13k/10.5k running that has the 50 amp plug. This is much better, and more cost effective than the Generac 10' ($127.00) or The Generac 20'($280) cord. It's the EXACT SAME THING, same heavy jacket rated for 12,500 watts. And exterior use. Generac is SO expensive, and their standby generators are out of this world, then the Install is $4k +. So after building an generator enclosure, treating my "portable Generator" as a true standby I've got less than 25% wrapped up in the project. About $1,800. After electrician, materials etc. Get yourself a dual fuel generator, and a couple 100# tanks LPG stores for years! One note, you'll have to get different 2 stage propane regulator. MB Sturgis I'd recommend.;;Reviewed in the United States on December 6, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Works for Generator;;Ryan Nastaj;;;This cable would have gotten 5 stars except for one very serious issue. The cable itself appears to be very high quality and the connectors are also very well made. However, this cable arrived with all the connections to the NEMA 14-50P connector very loose. This is a significant safety hazard. Fortunately, I needed to change out that connector for a different one and discovered the problem. Had I just used the cable as it arrived, it could have caused a fire or other serious problem. Because of that issue, it was necessary to open up the 6364 connector just to make sure that it was OK. Those connections were nice and tight as they should be. I don't know if this is a common issue with this product, but, given the serious nature of the hazards involved, I must strongly recommend that anyone buying this cable verify the integrity of the connections inside the connectors before using it.;;Reviewed in the United States on January 19, 2016;;3.0 out of 5 stars;;Fortunately, I needed to change out that connector for ...;;Amazon Customer;;;Wow, pretty sturdy cable. Seems to work great with my whole-house portable generator plugged into an outdoor 50A receptacle. I wish it was 6/4 instead of 6/3+8/1 (which is why I only gave it 4 stars), but I can live with that. I'm using it in conjunction with: Generator http://www.amazon.com/Generac-5735-GP17500E-Portable-Generator/dp/B001RCUOU6 Outdoor Receptical http://www.amazon.com/Reliance-Controls-PB50-Generator-Generators/dp/B000HRWGBW Panel Interlock http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00CONE4MG (this depends on the brand/type of panel you have...I've got a SquareD model) An electrician wired this up to a 240V/50A breaker in my 200A main panel which energizes the entire house. Works in a testing env, but haven't had an outage yet to test for longer-term use. (knock on wood) Total cost for whole-house generator backup was about $3k (including the elecrician fees to deal with the panel). It's a manual switchover, but it's functional and meets code.;;Reviewed in the United States on January 5, 2015;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;Reasonable quality for the price;;Sauron@Mordor

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Delivery

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Returns

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Top Amazon Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Sean - Reviewed in the United States on October 5, 2015
Pair this with the Conntek Inlet box for a perfect fit (http://amzn.to/1MUrPBN)
Works great! I also purchased the Conntek ISI 80SS2-GYBX Temporary Generator Transfer Switch Power Inlet Box, 50 Amp (http://amzn.to/1MUrPBN) and would recommend that Power box as the cable fits perfectly. I've read some other reviewers who had issue with a different brand box not accepting the cable very easily. No need for any grease to get this cable to work with the Conntek box. It fits snugly but smoothly and is easy enough to lock into place without much trouble. My setup: DuroMax XP10000EH Generator - http://amzn.to/1MCfxLp Conntek 1450SS2-15 15-Foot Power Cord - http://amzn.to/1j0kfv6 Conntek ISI 80SS2-GYBX Transfer Switch Power Inlet Box - http://amzn.to/1l9LHrw Reliance THP108 PowerBack Utility Power Return Alert - http://amzn.to/20xTv6F

5.0 out of 5 stars
By FL-Reviewer - Reviewed in the United States on September 15, 2017
Hurricane proven
We are using this with a Duromax Dual Fuel generator to power our home after losing power from Hurricane Irma (5 days and counting at this point). This cable has been in constant use since our power went out and has not gotten hot or failed. The connections are very firm and did not loosen or fail at all during extremely heavy winds and driving rain. We would recommend this cable to anyone need to run a heavy load. We have it connected via a Reliance Controls Corporation PBN50 50-Amp NEMA 3R CS6375 Power Inlet Box for Generators Up to 12,500 Running Watts

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Sammy R. - Reviewed in the United States on September 19, 2017
be safe and prepared for your family
this cord is heavy duty and can handle any watts or voltage you may have in you home or shop or some kind of storage you may have, this cord works great with the generator of my choice duromax XP10000EH or the duromax XP12000EH both works really well just install a 50 amp breaker in your main breaker box hook up your wires to a transfer switch power inlet box 50 AMP and you are set. the set up will need is one of the duromax generator the power inlet box and this power cord don't forget you have to get a cord to run from your main breaker box to the inlet box make sure you mount this box outside your or in a garage will be find but make sure that the generator is outside your house not in the garage will the doors closed almost forgot these generators run off of gas and propane yes propane last twice as long as gas plus during a power outage most of the gas stores will have no power so you can't buy gas but propane last for years, one of those tanks that use for a fish fryer is fine or go by lowes and get a 100lb tank this is your best buy because this tank is yours all you have to do is to get a refill and bring it home. and by the way EBAY can send you a EMAIL when these generators go on sale I hope this help.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Nicolas Morot-gaudry - Reviewed in the United States on September 18, 2017
I ran my portable generator for 6 days for about 23 hours per day and we were very comfortable. This cable never got warm as it has ...
I live in Miami and lost power during Hurricane Irma. Luckily I was well prepared with a large generator and a 50 amp inlet that was installed at my house. I ran my portable generator for 6 days for about 23 hours per day and we were very comfortable. This cable never got warm as it has 6AWG conductors for the two hot legs and the neutral line. The ground conductor is 8 AWG and this ran perfectly in 100-degree heat. I was able to run my central A/C because of this 50 amp connection and I am so glad that I was prepared. This is a quality cable that I will recommend to anyone looking for an emergency generator connection for their portable generator!

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Ryan Nastaj - Reviewed in the United States on December 6, 2019
Works for Generator
Awesome, heavy duty cord. We've got a 50 amp reliance power inlet box wired to our panel with an interlock kit. And I've got the duromax dual fuel generator 13k/10.5k running that has the 50 amp plug. This is much better, and more cost effective than the Generac 10' ($127.00) or The Generac 20'($280) cord. It's the EXACT SAME THING, same heavy jacket rated for 12,500 watts. And exterior use. Generac is SO expensive, and their standby generators are out of this world, then the Install is $4k +. So after building an generator enclosure, treating my "portable Generator" as a true standby I've got less than 25% wrapped up in the project. About $1,800. After electrician, materials etc. Get yourself a dual fuel generator, and a couple 100# tanks LPG stores for years! One note, you'll have to get different 2 stage propane regulator. MB Sturgis I'd recommend.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer - Reviewed in the United States on January 19, 2016
Fortunately, I needed to change out that connector for ...
This cable would have gotten 5 stars except for one very serious issue. The cable itself appears to be very high quality and the connectors are also very well made. However, this cable arrived with all the connections to the NEMA 14-50P connector very loose. This is a significant safety hazard. Fortunately, I needed to change out that connector for a different one and discovered the problem. Had I just used the cable as it arrived, it could have caused a fire or other serious problem. Because of that issue, it was necessary to open up the 6364 connector just to make sure that it was OK. Those connections were nice and tight as they should be. I don't know if this is a common issue with this product, but, given the serious nature of the hazards involved, I must strongly recommend that anyone buying this cable verify the integrity of the connections inside the connectors before using it.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Sauron@Mordor - Reviewed in the United States on January 5, 2015
Reasonable quality for the price
Wow, pretty sturdy cable. Seems to work great with my whole-house portable generator plugged into an outdoor 50A receptacle. I wish it was 6/4 instead of 6/3+8/1 (which is why I only gave it 4 stars), but I can live with that. I'm using it in conjunction with: Generator http://www.amazon.com/Generac-5735-GP17500E-Portable-Generator/dp/B001RCUOU6 Outdoor Receptical http://www.amazon.com/Reliance-Controls-PB50-Generator-Generators/dp/B000HRWGBW Panel Interlock http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00CONE4MG (this depends on the brand/type of panel you have...I've got a SquareD model) An electrician wired this up to a 240V/50A breaker in my 200A main panel which energizes the entire house. Works in a testing env, but haven't had an outage yet to test for longer-term use. (knock on wood) Total cost for whole-house generator backup was about $3k (including the elecrician fees to deal with the panel). It's a manual switchover, but it's functional and meets code.

Recent Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Sean - Reviewed in the United States on October 5, 2015
Pair this with the Conntek Inlet box for a perfect fit (http://amzn.to/1MUrPBN)
Works great! I also purchased the Conntek ISI 80SS2-GYBX Temporary Generator Transfer Switch Power Inlet Box, 50 Amp (http://amzn.to/1MUrPBN) and would recommend that Power box as the cable fits perfectly. I've read some other reviewers who had issue with a different brand box not accepting the cable very easily. No need for any grease to get this cable to work with the Conntek box. It fits snugly but smoothly and is easy enough to lock into place without much trouble. My setup: DuroMax XP10000EH Generator - http://amzn.to/1MCfxLp Conntek 1450SS2-15 15-Foot Power Cord - http://amzn.to/1j0kfv6 Conntek ISI 80SS2-GYBX Transfer Switch Power Inlet Box - http://amzn.to/1l9LHrw Reliance THP108 PowerBack Utility Power Return Alert - http://amzn.to/20xTv6F

5.0 out of 5 stars
By FL-Reviewer - Reviewed in the United States on September 15, 2017
Hurricane proven
We are using this with a Duromax Dual Fuel generator to power our home after losing power from Hurricane Irma (5 days and counting at this point). This cable has been in constant use since our power went out and has not gotten hot or failed. The connections are very firm and did not loosen or fail at all during extremely heavy winds and driving rain. We would recommend this cable to anyone need to run a heavy load. We have it connected via a Reliance Controls Corporation PBN50 50-Amp NEMA 3R CS6375 Power Inlet Box for Generators Up to 12,500 Running Watts

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Sammy R. - Reviewed in the United States on September 19, 2017
be safe and prepared for your family
this cord is heavy duty and can handle any watts or voltage you may have in you home or shop or some kind of storage you may have, this cord works great with the generator of my choice duromax XP10000EH or the duromax XP12000EH both works really well just install a 50 amp breaker in your main breaker box hook up your wires to a transfer switch power inlet box 50 AMP and you are set. the set up will need is one of the duromax generator the power inlet box and this power cord don't forget you have to get a cord to run from your main breaker box to the inlet box make sure you mount this box outside your or in a garage will be find but make sure that the generator is outside your house not in the garage will the doors closed almost forgot these generators run off of gas and propane yes propane last twice as long as gas plus during a power outage most of the gas stores will have no power so you can't buy gas but propane last for years, one of those tanks that use for a fish fryer is fine or go by lowes and get a 100lb tank this is your best buy because this tank is yours all you have to do is to get a refill and bring it home. and by the way EBAY can send you a EMAIL when these generators go on sale I hope this help.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Nicolas Morot-gaudry - Reviewed in the United States on September 18, 2017
I ran my portable generator for 6 days for about 23 hours per day and we were very comfortable. This cable never got warm as it has ...
I live in Miami and lost power during Hurricane Irma. Luckily I was well prepared with a large generator and a 50 amp inlet that was installed at my house. I ran my portable generator for 6 days for about 23 hours per day and we were very comfortable. This cable never got warm as it has 6AWG conductors for the two hot legs and the neutral line. The ground conductor is 8 AWG and this ran perfectly in 100-degree heat. I was able to run my central A/C because of this 50 amp connection and I am so glad that I was prepared. This is a quality cable that I will recommend to anyone looking for an emergency generator connection for their portable generator!

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Ryan Nastaj - Reviewed in the United States on December 6, 2019
Works for Generator
Awesome, heavy duty cord. We've got a 50 amp reliance power inlet box wired to our panel with an interlock kit. And I've got the duromax dual fuel generator 13k/10.5k running that has the 50 amp plug. This is much better, and more cost effective than the Generac 10' ($127.00) or The Generac 20'($280) cord. It's the EXACT SAME THING, same heavy jacket rated for 12,500 watts. And exterior use. Generac is SO expensive, and their standby generators are out of this world, then the Install is $4k +. So after building an generator enclosure, treating my "portable Generator" as a true standby I've got less than 25% wrapped up in the project. About $1,800. After electrician, materials etc. Get yourself a dual fuel generator, and a couple 100# tanks LPG stores for years! One note, you'll have to get different 2 stage propane regulator. MB Sturgis I'd recommend.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer - Reviewed in the United States on January 19, 2016
Fortunately, I needed to change out that connector for ...
This cable would have gotten 5 stars except for one very serious issue. The cable itself appears to be very high quality and the connectors are also very well made. However, this cable arrived with all the connections to the NEMA 14-50P connector very loose. This is a significant safety hazard. Fortunately, I needed to change out that connector for a different one and discovered the problem. Had I just used the cable as it arrived, it could have caused a fire or other serious problem. Because of that issue, it was necessary to open up the 6364 connector just to make sure that it was OK. Those connections were nice and tight as they should be. I don't know if this is a common issue with this product, but, given the serious nature of the hazards involved, I must strongly recommend that anyone buying this cable verify the integrity of the connections inside the connectors before using it.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Sauron@Mordor - Reviewed in the United States on January 5, 2015
Reasonable quality for the price
Wow, pretty sturdy cable. Seems to work great with my whole-house portable generator plugged into an outdoor 50A receptacle. I wish it was 6/4 instead of 6/3+8/1 (which is why I only gave it 4 stars), but I can live with that. I'm using it in conjunction with: Generator http://www.amazon.com/Generac-5735-GP17500E-Portable-Generator/dp/B001RCUOU6 Outdoor Receptical http://www.amazon.com/Reliance-Controls-PB50-Generator-Generators/dp/B000HRWGBW Panel Interlock http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00CONE4MG (this depends on the brand/type of panel you have...I've got a SquareD model) An electrician wired this up to a 240V/50A breaker in my 200A main panel which energizes the entire house. Works in a testing env, but haven't had an outage yet to test for longer-term use. (knock on wood) Total cost for whole-house generator backup was about $3k (including the elecrician fees to deal with the panel). It's a manual switchover, but it's functional and meets code.