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What is a managed whole house generator?
What size is necessary for the job you intend for your generator to do?
Are there inconveniences associated with a managed system? All these questions we will address.
Electrical safety inspections can be worth the expense to insure your family or co-worker's are not exposed to hazards created by incorrect installation practices.
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The above picture represents past generator solutions for the residential sectors. If systems were sized correctly, for the loads served, it required larger, more expensive systems.
Unfortunately some generator systems installed before 2008 were not large enough for the intended job.
The required generator size can only be determined by a load calculation with an emphasis on their characteristics
The generator above replaced the generator pictured above and to the left for backing up the same structure. The larger generator was 16 years old and had been well taken care of but certain parts are now obsolete.
The generator directly above, the replacement, has load mangagement built into the logic of the system. The load management allows for more coverage for the structure with a smaller system.
This said, correct design is necessary in order to afford the same conveniences and security.
Are there more power outages now than in years past? Studies indicate yes and more to come. Let us help you prepare for what is inevitable!