Generator Surge Protection

Power outages can create huge problems. When your backup generator kicks in they often send a surge of power into your home that is equal to its max output, this is call the starting power or peak power.

Even though generators are the power source and should be well regulated the varying loads can create fluctuations in output as demand changes. Generator specific surge protectors can withstand this constant change and prevent any overvoltage situation from becoming dangerous. During a power failure most surge damage goes unseen until after grid power is restored.  Protecting your appliances during this transition time is critical to. By investing in surge protection for your generator you will be safe and ready for then the power returns.

Automatic transfer switches need protection as well. Due to their design, they can easily be damaged by switching power surges since most are designed using magnetic activated contacts and any noise can create chatter causing damage to switching device.

Whole House Generator Systems

  • Single Phase
  • Dual Phase
  • 3 phase delta
  • 3 phase delta high-leg
  • 3 phase wye
  • Low voltage
  • High voltage
  • 120V
  • 240V
  • 400V
  • 480V
  • 600V
whole house generator surge protector

Portable Generators

  • 120V
  • 240V
  • Gas
  • Propane
  • Natural Gas

Surge protection options for both the AC outside and the DC starting side of the generator.

job site generator

Small Portable Generators

  • 120V
  • Gas
  • Propane
  • Natural Gas
  • Solar Generators
  • Inverter style
  • Digital

Designed to protect anything from the small gas style to newer technology solar generators and digital invterters.

Portable Generator