how it all works...

the basics of
back up power.

First things first - unlike portable generators, KOHLER® home generators start and stop automatically with no need to refuel. No extension cords. No worries. No hassle. Now let's dive in.

  • The transfer switch monitors the voltage coming from the utility.
  • When the power fails or drops below an acceptable level (brown out), the generator automatically starts, and the transfer switch shifts your power from the utility to the generator.
  • Your KOHLER home generator supplies your home with electricity until the utility power is restored.
  • When the utility power is restored, the transfer switch automatically transfers your power from the generator to the utility.
  • Your KOHLER home generator automatically shuts down and is ready for the next power outage.

(662) 851-7947

MidSouth Generators


Jeff Heffington
cell: 901 553-2869 / ofc: 662 851-7947 / fax: 662 851-4176 /
Authorized Kohler & Generac Dealer and Service Technicians

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