Thanks folks - I appreciate all the ideas. My mind keeps picturing the clutter around the transfer switch, the short cables, all the work involved and concludes the remote install is probably my best option. If i hardwired the EMS into the electrical and had a EMS failure, it would take lots of time to reroute the wiring to restore power. Then when the EMS was fixed to put it all back again - Too much potential work. Naturally, this is assuming a failure will occur.
The ease of unplugging the power cord from the remote EMS in case it has a complete failure is the easy solution with the least amount of work. Its not my first choice but its the way I will go. Now we only have to be concerned about the EMS being stolen. I think a lock and a vinyl cover will help. "Out of sight out of mind." Let's hope.
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