Remote Generator Monitoring System

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For residential & commercial generators

Gain the GenStar™ advantage with 24/7 monitoring and and tech support. Proactive maintenance gives you the peace of mind that your generator will not fail to start during an emergency power outage.

We Monitor Your Standby Generator System 24/7

GenStar™ will monitor the real time operating status of your generator:

  • Oil Pressure
  • Oil Temperature
  • Coolant Temperature
  • Coolant level
  • Fuel Level
  • Battery Charge Level
  • Battery Voltage
  • Generator Voltage
  • Generator Current
  • Frequency
  • Engine RPM
  • Engine Hours
  • Power Factor
  • Utility Power
  • Exhaust Temperature
  • Transfer Switch Status

* GenStar™ monitoring features not available will all controllers

Genstar™ Makes Generators More Reliable

GenStar™ is the most advanced remote monitoring and diagnostic tool available for generator systems. Capable of remotely starting your generator and providing a complete condition assessment, GenStar™ is like having a technician checking on your generator system 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

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GenStar™ Assures Your Generator Will Start By Monitoring:

  • Battery Voltage
  • Fuel Usage and Level*
  • Coolant Temperature
  • System Alarms
  • Exercise Cycles
  • Plus Many More

* Applies to Diesel and Liquid Propane Only

GenStar™ alerts you immediately of all alarms and faults via text or email. Even though today’s generator systems are extremely reliable there are a number of factors that can reduce the reliability during the year.

GenStar™ Remote Monitoring Delivers:

  • Improved reliability
  • Peace of mind
  • Instant alarm notification
  • Weekly exercise status reports
  • Time and date stamped event logging
  • Data archiving
  • Rapid service response

ACTIVATE Genstar™ & GIVE YOUR GENERATOR THE GREEN LIGHT

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GenStar™ wireless remote monitoring systems:

A reliable and cost-effective solution to accurately diagnose issues before they cause fail-to-start.

No generator brand is immune from these failures. Every generator will eventually fail to start if the battery and fuel are ignored. Wireless remote monitoring represents the best way to detect these conditions early and prevent a failure before it occurs.

In some cases, a generator failure can be prevented by resetting the generator controller remotely. The ability to remotely clear fault alarms can be the difference between a dependable generator and catastrophic fail-to-start emergency.

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