Kings Electric Inc
Kohler Generator
* Connectability
Features

Allows you to start/stop the generator and transfer load from a remote location

Provides indication that the generator is powering the house and any system faults

Fits into a single gang electrical box and connects to the ATS with CAT-5 cable

Audible alarm horn to notify that a fault has occurred

Multiple alarm modules can be connected

Accessory board required to be able to use external alarm module|

Allows you to start/stop the generator and transfer load from a remote location

Provides indication that the generator is powering the house and any system faults

Fits into a single gang electrical box and connects to the ATS with CAT-5 cable

Audible alarm horn to notify that a fault has occurred

Multiple alarm modules can be connected

Accessory board required to be able to use external alarm module

* Connectability
Specifications
Specifications
Accessory Type
External Alarm Module
Dimensions
152 mm x 102 mm x 51 mm (6 in. x 4 in. x 2 in.)
Weight
5 lbs. (2.3 kg)
Name
External Alarm Module, Model R Automatic Transfer Switch
Maintenance Minder
External Alarm Module

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Kings Electric Inc

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502 Gaston Manor Road
Jane Lew, WV 26378

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