Automatic transfer switches

Automatic transfer switches from MTU Onsite Energy


Automatic transfer switches (ATS) from MTU Onsite Energy are an integral part of complete, integrated emergency power systems. A complement to the company’s generator ranging from 30 to 3,250 kW, the ATS line includes open- and closed-transition switches and bypass switches. Three different switch series are available for a wide range of applications: mission critical, industrial and commercial, and light commercial. The three new ATS series available from MTU Onsite Energy—MTS, MTG, and MTX—are each designed to meet specific application needs. All ATSs are seismic-certified to IBC-2006 and IEEE-693-2005. The MTS transfer switch series is designed for mission critical healthcare, business, and industrial applications requiring enhanced reliability and operation. 

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