How It Works

Find out what it’s actually doing out there

Your generator is permanently installed outside your home and connected to your home’s natural gas or liquid propane fuel supply.From the generator, an external connection box attached to the outside wall of your home connects the generator to the automatic transfer switch, with emergency load center.
The completely automatic transfer switch is connected to your home’s main distribution panel. The transfer switch monitors incoming utility voltage around the clock.
When utility power is interrupted, the transfer switch immediately senses the problem and signals the generator to start.
The transfer switch then safely closes off the utility line and simulatneously opens a new power line from the generator.
Within seconds, your generator begins supplying electricty to the critical emergency circuits have selected. If your system is operating on natural gas, it will continue to supply power for as long as the power is out. During this time the transfer switch continues to monitor the utility line conditions.
When the automatic transfer switch senses that the utility voltage has
returned at a steady state, it seamlessly transfers the electrical load back to the utility line and resumes monitoring for subsequent utility loss.To maintain its peak operation in between utility failures, along with assuring your peace of mind, your generator system includes an automatic “exerciser” that runs the system for a short time seven days.