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UTS6H Coverage Expansion

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UTS6H Coverage Expansion

Present situation is a UTS6H Panel with attached Back-UPS Pro 1500/BR24BPG External Battery Pack and standby eu3000is Inverter Generator, feeding six (of 42) lightly loaded (~5A total circuit load) Main Panel breakers.

 

Without replacing the UTS6H with a 10 circuit UTS, is it possible to expand the UTS6H's coverage by feeding more than six, lightly loaded Main Panel breakers?

 

In other words, is it possible to split a single UTS6H circuit and feed two lightly loaded (~5A total circuit load) Main Panel breakers? 

 

Thanks.

 

UTS6H Panel with attached Back-UPS Pro 1500/BR24BPG External Battery Pack and standby eu3000is Gener... 

 

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