ASCO 5310 User’s Guide
381333-316 A ASCO Power Technologies Page 1
The ASCO Catalog 5310 ATS Remote Annunciator provides
remote visual status reporting and push-button testing of one
ASCO automatic transfer switch.
This User’s Guide provides operation information after
ATS Remote Annunciator has been installed and configured.
It also includes basic troubleshooting.
Refer to Installation Manual 381333-317
for mounting, wiring, and configuration.
Figure 1: Status lights and Transfer button
ATS Remote Annunciator
Figure 1 shows the status lights and Transfer button.
The Normal source acceptable light (upper left) is on when
the ATS controller accepts the utility source. This light is off
when the utility has failed.
The Emergency source acceptable light (upper right) is on
when the ATS controller accepts the generator source. This
light is off when the generator is unacceptable (low or high
voltage, low or high frequency, or generator is off).
The ATS connected to Normal light (center left) is on when the
load is being fed by the utility. It is off when it is disconnected
from the utility.
The ATS connected to Emergency light (center right) is on
when the load is being fed by the generator. It is off when it is
disconnected from the generator.
The ATS & common alarm light (lower left) is on when an
ATS or common alarm is received. It is off when the alarm is
cleared. See Alarm silence button, page 2; Troubleshooting,
The Transfer light (lower right) is blinking when a load
transfer time delay is active. It is off when there is not a load
transfer time delay active. See Flashing light (time delay),
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Control key switch .
larm silence button .
Transfer test .
Flashing light .
Reset button .