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Xantrex Automatic Generator Start

Xantrex Automatic Generator Start

Description

The Xantrex Automatic Generator Start can automatically activate a generator to provide an MS or RS inverter/charger with power.

Features

  • Built-in emergency shutdown
  • Meets UL458 marine and RV standards
  • Comprehensive triggers
List Price
$207.00
Your Price
$158.13
In Stock

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Details

The Automatic Generator Start (AGS) is a Xanbus Enabled device that can automatically activate a generator to provide an MS or RS Inverter/Charger with power to recharge depleted batteries or assist with heavy loads. Compatible with popular generators, the AGS adds intelligence to power management and eliminates time spent monitoring batteries and inverter loads.

The AGS can be customized to suit each users preferences. A user can define whether the generator should be activated by low battery voltage, battery state of charge, thermostat operation, or load size on the inverter. A Quiet Time setting prevents the generator from starting at inconvenient times like nightfall. LED lights display the status of the AGS, while all user defined settings are programmed through the System Control Panel.

Product Features

  • Designed for use with the System Control Panel and MS and RS Inverter/Chargers
  • User programmable quite times and generator start & stop settings
  • Compatible with Onan, Kohler, Westerbeke, Northern Lights, Generac, and Powertech generators
  • Xanbus Enabled

 

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Xantrex Automatic Generator Start 809-0915 Automatic generator start for SW2012 and SW3012, requires SCP
$158.13
In Stock

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