I have an existing generator that has a 30 amp outlet, however, my house I recently purchased has a 50 amp power inlet box. The 50 amp circuit breaker in the box has an interlock, so we have protection from that stand point. My question is can I use my generator that feeds 30 amps to the 50 amp power inlet box using an adapter from a legitimate manufacture, such as Westinghouse? The proper generator adapter would be male on the 30 amp side and female on the 50 amp, so it would not be a suicide adapter. It sounds logical to be able to do it safely since the power source (30 amp from generator) is less than the breaker/wiring (50 amp) that it is feeding into. I wanted to try to avoid having it rewired to a 30 amp power inlet. Also, in the future I might buy a different generator that has a 50 amp outlet.