WattStation should be installed only by a licensed
contractor, and/or a licensed electrician in accor-
dance with all applicable state, local and national
electrical codes and standards.
• Ensure that a dedicated circuit, capable of supplying
30A at 208-240 VAC, is available
• Power feed must have a centrally grounded neutral in
order for WattStation to function correctly.
• Wall receptacle must be a NEMA 6-50 outlet.
A recommended 40A upstream circuit breaker, located
either in a panelboard or load center, should be used
• Distance between the wall power receptacle and
WattStation mounting should be less than one (1) foot
• W all power receptacle with a weatherproof locking cover
• Recommended mounting hardware for wood studs are
3/8" x 2" hex head lag bolts
• R ecommended mounting hardware for concrete walls
are 3/8" x 1-3/4" concrete hex screws or 3/8" x 1-7/8"
WARNING: Danger of electrical shock or injury. Turn
OFF power at the panelboard or load center before
working inside the equipment or removing any
component. Do not remove circuit protective devices or
any other component until the power is turned OFF.
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Wall Mount: Installation Guide
Step 1: Carefully unwrap the packaging and make sure
the following items are present:
- Wall Mounted WattStation unit
- Mounting wall bracket
- Template for wall-mounting holes
- Key for WattStation mounting lock
(stored inside WattStation unit)
Step 2: Check for any damage to the unit, the cord or the
connector. If no damage is noticed, proceed to step 3. If
damage is noticed, call 1-888-GE-RESOLve.
Step 3: Install wall mount bracket to the wall. Use the
provided template to locate wall-mounting holes to ensure
hole locations match the bracket. Distance from floor to
bottom of wall mount bracket should be 18" minimum for
indoor use and 24" minimum for outdoor use. Distance to the
top of the unit should be 48" maximum for all applications
per NEC 625.29. For ADA compliant installation, refer to ADA
accessibility guidelines, section 4.2.
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