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Old 09-08-2012, 09:42 AM   #61
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Generac's units all have "load shedding" capabilities automatically and if you simply don't have the wattage available when calling for another big load item, it will shed something so you won't damage the unit.
Not ALL. You have the transfer switch that does. I have the standard EZ-Switch which does not. I had to pick 16 circuits and that is all I get. But since I was DIY, I didn't want to complicate it any more that it already was.

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Old 09-08-2012, 12:01 PM   #62
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Not ALL. You have the transfer switch that does. I have the standard EZ-Switch which does not. I had to pick 16 circuits and that is all I get. But since I was DIY, I didn't want to complicate it any more that it already was.
Yes, I kinda explained that wrong. I guess I meant to say is most of the generators have load shedding option when paired with the correct transfer switch.

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