Standby generators have three separate classifications under applicable code regulations. They are designed to provide power to your building when main power is not available. Systems can be implemented to meet legal requirements, for emergency purposes, or as an optional secondary electrical source. The National Electric Code (NEC) uses these three classifications for setting installation [...]
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Standby power allows your building to receive necessary electrical current during an outage. Backup generator systems may be needed to keep lights, computers, or large equipment running when a short term failure occurs. Standby power systems are detailed machines that require necessary maintenance to work as designed. Generators are designed to provide a specific load [...]
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