Can we use the noa remote receptacle to somehow create an auto start with a transfer switch for this unit or were they designed only as manual start set ups
Im not sure what an NOA is….but, if you check out Westwood L3E, they have an auto start box that is compatible.
Most (all?) MEPs were not originally designed for auto and remote starting, although this is changing for some deployments at the current time, esp. for major battlefield centers and main bases (i.e. NOT forward bases). We sell auto-remote starter kits for MEP002A, MEP003A, MEP004A, MEP005A and MEP006A units in the older generation and all of their equivalents in the newer generation, including MEP802A, MEP803A, MEP804A, MEP805A, MEP806A as well as the “B” variants with digital output controls (i.e. those units with an LCD control readout vs the older analog meters).