Standby Generators

A back up electrical system, which works automatically, is the standby generator. If there is a power cut then there is a sensor, which sense within second of the power cut. After sensing the power, cut transfer of electrical load takes place in the generator. The generator now starts giving power to the circuits.

If the power comes back then the automatic sensing switch sends the generator a signal to transfer the electrical load and the standby generator shuts down. After it shuts down when the condition is, normal it goes back to the original standby mode again. It automatically gets charged up. It then waits for the next outage to come. Every week it goes for a self-testing time to ensure its proper running. Most of them run in natural gas, propane, or diesel.

This kind of generator is required generally in the lifts, fire protection system, or the standby lighting.

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