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information of Generators During Hurricane Season

Small Inverter Units

These generators are lightweight and need less fuel to operate. They have a digital alternator switch that produces direct current (DC) power and converts it to alternating current (AC) power, making for a smoother electrical signal that is more efficient and safer for electronics. The compact units are as cheap as a few hundred dollars, relatively eco-friendly, and capable of running at slower speeds, but they are often not ideal for hurricanes, as they are typically used to run only a few appliances during camping trips. If you’re looking for a cheap way to run a small refrigerator, a table fan, or a computer, this is the right buy for you.

Conventional Portable Units

This is your typical portable generator used during hurricane season. These are simple machines that have a mechanical alternator switch that runs AC power. They usually range from about 1,200 to 18,000 watts, which allows them to give you the power you need to keep cool during the summer months. They can run up to a few rooms of appliances, including window units, lighting, and entire kitchen refrigerators. As conventional generators must run at a constant 3,600 rpm to keep going, they do create a lot of noise and usually require daily fill ups.

Standby Home Units

These are the ultimate defense mechanisms for your home during the hurricane season. Each unit is permanently stationed outside your home and is equipped with an internal motor that’s powered by your home’s natural gas line. Whether you stay in town to brave the weather or evacuate to a safer area, home generators are hooked up to an automatic transfer switch that instantly kicks in to power your entire home in case of an electrical outage. Once power has been restored, the unit will automatically shut off. Keep cool by keeping your central A/C powered by a home generator.