GE Home Generators: 2013 Generator Model Details
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In this generator video, you can preview the full line of GE standby generators specifically designed as backup power solutions for homes. GE is showcasing the latest innovations in generator technology with the 2013 product lineup.
GE Home Generator Models At a Glance
For homeowner looking for an unobtrusive, small generator, 8kW1 standby generators offer an excellent solution. They are one of the smallest models on the market and can be read installed up to 18 inches from your home.2 The 8kW1 home generator system is a perfect choice for people with smaller backyards or who simply want a compact backup power option to keep their essential appliances running during a power outage. Our 10kW1 home generator system features our groundbreaking Symphony II® Power Management System, providing backup power to your essentials plus up to 2 air conditioners.
GE Generator Systems provides backup power solutions for homes of all sizes and appliance needs. For the maximum power options, you can turn to the 17kW1 or 20kW1 standby generator. These home standby generators are equipped to power larger homes and several large home appliances, including the fridge, stove, air conditioner and even a hot tub (just to name a few). This managed whole house generator works smarter to efficiently provide maximum backup power using less fuel than other units.
With the GE Symphony® II Power Management system, you can rely on your automatic transfer switch to kick into gear when a power outage hits and turn off when power is restored. You can also customize your backup power configuration to fit your needs by adding standby generator modules for different appliances. Find out the right backup power setup for your home with our home generator sizing calculator.
To ensure your safety, GE Generator Systems always recommends having standby generator installation completed by a certified professional.2
1This generator is rated in accordance with UL (Underwriters Laboratories) 2200 (stationary engine generator assemblies) and CSA (Canadian Standards Association) standard C22.2 No. 100-04 (motors and generators).
2Installations must strictly comply with all applicable codes, industry standards, laws, regulations and provided installation manual. Running engines give off carbon monoxide, an odorless, colorless, poisonous gas so it is important to keep exhaust gas away from any windows, doors, ventilation intakes or crawl spaces. The installation manual contains specific instructions related to generator placement in addition to NFPA 37, including the requirement that Carbon monoxide detectors be installed and maintained in your home.
Not for Prime Power or use where standby systems are legally required, for serious life safety or health hazards, or where lack of power hampers rescue of fire-fighting capabilities.