Your automatic transfer switch (ATS) monitors the electricity coming from the utility. It's working 24/7 to protect your home.
This handy little device is located on your automatic transfer switch. It tells you where your home’s power is coming from — utility or generator (see colored icons to right).
Your KOHLER® generator will exercise itself and run diagnostic tests for 20 minutes each week to make sure it’s ready when needed. And guess what? It happens automatically.
With OnCue Generator Management System, you can manage your KOHLER home generator, receive updates via text or e-mail, view real-time power operation and more. All from your computer, phone or tablet.
Your generator then supplies your home with electricity until the steady utility power is restored.
KOHLER generators endure hundreds of tests (during design and production) before they reach your home. The result is total reliability.
With PowerBoost Technology, KOHLER generators can handle large starting loads like central air conditioners without dropping power to other appliances.
Inside every KOHLER generator is a commercial-grade engine built to withstand extreme workloads. We’ll keep your house comfortable as long as the power’s out.
Your standby generator automatically shuts down, ready for the next power outage.