I know there are a lot of questions about wiring a generator to a home electrical panel, but I can't find the answer to the questions that I have.
I would like to wire a generator that has the neutral bonded to the frame, to my main panel. The GE panel that I have has no "MAIN", It has four 240 volt breakers that are labeled "MAIN SECTION", and eight 120 volt breakers labeled "LIGHTING SECTION". One 60 amp breaker from the MAIN SECTION feeds the LIGHTING SECTION.
I have a manual two pole 60 amp transfer switch that I would like to use and wire the 60 amp MAIN SECTION breaker to the switch, then back to the LIGHTING SECTION buss. What's confusing me is how to run the ground and neutral wires. I wanted to included a wiring diagram with this, but I can't figure out how.
- Do I bond the neutral to the transfer switch with the bonding screw?
- How do I run the neutral and ground from the generator to the main panel with a bonded generator?
- Do I wire the generator frame to a ground bar?