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Optimize the performance of your standby generator in colder climates. When temperatures fall below an acceptable level, the thermostat activates the battery warmer, maintaining optimum battery temperature, and also activates the crank case oil heater for best generator starting.
The auxiliary transfer switch contact kit allows a single large electrical load to be locked out from generator operation. If a home is equipped with electrical heat or multiple central air conditioning units, this device allows the generator transfer switch to interrupt the control wire, breaking the signal needed for the appliance to turn on.
A scheduled maintenance program ensures the generator system is always in top operating condition and warranty requirements are being met. Generac's scheduled maintenance kits provide all the hardware necessary to perform complete routine maintenance on a Generac automatic standby generator. Maintenance is recommended at every 200 hours or 2 years. If running in a dusty environment, more frequent maintenance may be required.
The Generac 6808 Cold Weather Kit is intended for use with the PowerPact series generators. The kit consists of an automatic thermostatically controlled battery pad warmer, crankcase heater, and breather warmer. When temperatures fall below an acceptable level, the thermostat activates the battery warmer maintaining optimum battery temperature and also activates the crankcase oil heater for the best generator starting. This kit is recommended for generators installed in regions where the temperature regularly falls below 32 degrees (Fahrenheit). When installing a cold weather kit, it is required that the oil is replaced with 5W-30 synthetic for better engine start capability.