Generac wants to make installation easier with new products

Freeman Staff

March 12, 2015

TOWN OF GENESEE — Generac Power Systems announced this week that it has launched two new technologies with the intent of making installation of an automatic home backup generator easier and more affordable for homeowners.

The Town of Genesee designer and manufacturer of backup power generators and engine-powered tools created the new Smart Management Module, which is a load management system that allows homeowners to purchase a lower kilowatt automatic backup power system that fits within their budget. In addition, Generac launched the 16 circuit NEMA 3R rated automatic transfer switch helps reduce installation costs for customers with an electrical panel located outside the home.

“As the preferred residential backup power provider, we understand that customers need affordable, quality solutions,” said Russ Minick, executive vice president of North American sales for Generac Power Systems, in a statement. “The introduction of the Smart Management Modules and 16 circuit NEMA 3R transfer switch are examples of our commitment to ensuring that automatic backup power systems are available for all homeowners.”