Powerpact - 7kW
Generac's new 7kW CorePower™ Series backup generator is a complete generator and transfer switch system, priced more affordably than any other system in Connecticut. It makes choosing an automatic standby generator over a portable the obvious choice to manage power outages in Connecticut. The compact design is engineered for easy maintenance and serviceability, and is ideal when space is at a premium, such as at 55 and older communities, condominium associations, and other applications. So if you're looking for Connecticut home generator systems, call L-Train Electric today to get a qualified professional to perform an in-home consultation.
Affordable, 24/7 Backup Power - With Generac CorePower, you can enjoy peace of mind knowing your home and family is protected 24/7 from the dangers of power outages. Cover just the essential electrical items with the most affordable automatic backup generator available on the market.
Transfer Switch Included - The CorePower System includes a 50 Amp, 8 circuit automatic transfer switch - the connection between the generator and the utility power. Simply choose 8 circuits from your main electrical panel that you want to backup when the power goes out.
Continuous Fuel Source - LP or Natural Gas - The engine runs on existing liquid propane or natural gas for a continuous, worry-free fuel supply.
All-Weather Enclosure - All-weather composite enclosure withstands the harshest environments including coastal areas.
Quiet Operation - At least 10 dB(A) quieter than competitive units and significantly quieter than a standard portable generator.
Easy Installation and Maintenance - Sides are quickly removed without tools for easy accessability during initial installation and ongoing maintenance.
Generac OHV Engine - The Generac OHV engine is designed for reliability and long-life operation.
Lightweight and Compact - Lighter than comparable units so placement is easier and the compact footprint fits in tight spaces.
Digital Controller - Digital controller with LED status and fault indicators.