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GenerLink Compatibility

Keep in mind when positioning your generator that the air inlets and outlets should not become obstructed by leaves, grass, snow, etc. If prevailing winds will cause blowing or drifting snow, consider using a windbreak to protect the unit. Always clean the snow away from the intake and exhaust vents ( while the genset is not running ). If you are away from your generator for more than one week have someone check it for you.


Cord Connectors

Generators have different connectors, depending on the type of generator, the type of power provided, and the size of the generator.

If you already have a generator, check to see if it matches one of the connectors shown here. If it does, then this is the connector that should be selected. These connectors are rated for 120/240V output, which is the type of power that runs your home.

There are many receptacle types on most generators.  Some are rated for 120V or 240V only. These are not the receptacles you want to use when powering your home with your portable generator.

Cord Connectors

If your generator does not have one of the connectors shown, it should not be used with GenerLinkTM. Please ask questions about connectors if you have a different connector.

If you are planning to purchase a generator, make sure that it has a connector that matches one of the three shown. We can suggest which generators you may want to consider if you send us a note.


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