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INSTALLATION and OPERATING MANUAL
The Silent Generator™ Power System is a battery-powered backup system for
use when backup power is required and a traditional combustion-engine
generator power source is not practical or possible due to noise, regulation,
reliability, space or fuel storage/availability issues. The Silent Generator™
Power System provides an uninterruptible power output, ideal for office
computers and servers, refrigeration, medical equipment, aquariums and
other reliability-demanding power applications. When connected to AC
power, the Silent Generator™ Power System is constantly recharging, ready
for the next power disruption.
Additionally, the Silent Generator™ Power System can be recharged with
most any renewable DC power source such as solar, wind or hydro and
qualifies for up to a 30% Federal Section 1122 tax credit
or a Section 1603
grant in lieu of Renewable Energy Tax Credits
, significantly reducing the
initial investment required.
This Installation and Operating Guide provides information required for
proper installation, operation, environmental consideration, and battery
This manual is published for informational purposes and should not be considered all inclusive. If further information is required, you should
consult Gen/Tran Corporation. Sale of product shown in this document is subject to terms and conditions outlined in appropriate Gen/Tran
selling policies or other contractual agreement between the parties. This document is not intended to and does not enlarge or add to any
such contract. Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy and completeness of the information in this manual. Gen/Tran reserves the
right to change and update the manual and product at any time without prior notice.
No warranties, expressed or implied, including warranties of fitness for a particular purpose or merchantability, or warranties arising from
course of dealing or usage of trade, are made regarding the information, recommendations and descriptions contained herein. In no event
will Gen/Tran Corporation be responsible to the purchaser or user in contract, in tort (including negligence), strict liability or otherwise for
any special, indirect, incidental or consequential damage or loss whatsoever, including but not limited to damage or loss of use of
equipment, plant or power system, cost of capital, loss of power, additional expenses in the use of existing power facilities, or claims against
the purchaser or user by its customers resulting from the use of the information, recommendations and description contained herein.
NOTE TO INSTALLER: Please leave this manual with the customer for future reference.
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MODEL NUMBER ___________________________________SERIAL NUMBER ________________________________________________________
DATE OF INSTALLATION ______________________________DEALER NAME/PHONE ___________________________________________________
Please note Model number and Serial Number here for future reference. Serial Number may be found on back of the unit.
To be eligible for a S1122 Tax Credit, the qualified property must be used in a residential property. Please consult your tax advisor for complete
To be eligible for a S1603 Grant, the qualified property must be used in a trade or business or held for the production of income. Residential or nonbusiness
properties are not eligible. Please consult your tax advisor for complete information.
IMPORTANT SAFETY PRECAUTIONS:
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This symbol warns of immediate hazards that will result in severe personal injury, death or property damage.
PLEASE READ THIS MANUAL IN ITS ENTIRETY BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO UNPACK, ASSEMBLE, INSTALL,
OPERATE OR MAINTAIN THIS EQUIPMENT. HAZARDOUS VOLTAGES ARE PRESENT INSIDE THE SILENT GENERATOR™
POWER SYSTEM ENCLOSURE THAT CAN CAUSE DEATH OR SEVERE PERSONAL INJURY. FOLLOW PROPER INSTALLATION,
OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES TO AVOID THESE VOLTAGES.
THE SILENT GENERATOR™ POWER SYSTEM IS NOT INTENDED FOR USE AS AN EMERGENCY SYSTEM (SEE
NEC ARTICLES 517 AND 700), NOR AS A LEGALLY REQUIRED SYSTEM (SEE NEC ARTICLE 701), NOR FOR
PRIMARY POWER IN PLACE OF THE ELECTRIC UTILITY OR IN LIFE SUPPORT OR CRITICAL MEDICAL APPLICATIONS.
DO NOT connect any AC load whose neutral conductor is connected (bonded) to ground to the System.
Power equipment covered by this document is designed and tested to operate within its nameplate ratings. Operation
outside of these ratings may cause the equipment to fail resulting in death, serious bodily injury and/or property damage. All responsible
personnel should locate the equipment nameplate and be familiar with the information provided therein.
Installation of this system must be done by a Licensed electrician in compliance with all applicable electrical codes and ordinances.
The Silent Generator™ Power System is intended for indoor use only. Do not expose the unit to rain, snow, or moisture. To reduce risk of
fire hazard, do not cover or obstruct the ventilation openings. Do not install the Silent Generator Power System in a zero-clearance
compartment as overheating may result.
The Silent Generator™ Power System may connect to one source of DC Power and one source of AC Power. To reduce the risk of electrical
shock, disconnect all sources of AC and DC power from the Silent Generator™ Power System before attempting any maintenance or
cleaning or working on any circuits connected to the unit. Turning off controls/switches will not eliminate this risk.
Do not operate the Silent Generator™ Power System with damaged or substandard wiring, if it has received a sharp blow, been dropped, or
otherwise damaged in any way.
Do not disassemble the Silent Generator™ Power System, there are no user-serviceable parts inside. Contact Gen/Tran to obtain service.
Attempting to service the unit yourself may result in a risk of electrical shock or fire, and will void your warranty. Internal capacitors remain
charged after all power is disconnected.
Do not insert any foreign objects into the Silent Generator™ Power System’s AC outlets, DC Power input socket, or the
ventilation holes. Keep the Silent Generator™ Power System cabinet closed. Make sure only authorized personnel have access to the
cabinet. Due to the serious shock hazard from high voltages within the cabinet, all service and adjustments to the unit must be performed by
an electrician or authorized service personnel. All possible contingencies which may arise during installation, operation or maintenance, and
all details and variations of this equipment do not purport to be covered by these instructions. If further information is desired by purchaser
regarding his particular installation, operation or maintenance of particular equipment, contact Gen/Tran.
BATTERY SAFETY PRECAUTIONS:
1. Use only sealed VRLA AGM type batteries specified by Gen/Tran in the Silent Generator™ Power System. Use of any other batteries
could create a hazardous situation and will void the warranty.
2. To reduce the risk of battery explosion, follow these instructions and those published by the battery manufacturer.
3. Working in the vicinity of batteries may be dangerous. Unsealed batteries can generate explosive gases during normal operation.
Therefore, you must read this guide and follow the instructions exactly before installing or using the Silent Generator™ System.
4. This equipment contains components which tend to produce arcs or sparks. To prevent fire or explosion, do not install in locations that
require ignition-protected equipment. This includes any space containing gasoline-powered machinery, fuel tanks, fuel lines as well as
joints, fittings, or other connections between components of the fuel system.
5. Never smoke or allow a spark or flame near the batteries.
6. Use caution to reduce the risk of dropping a metal tool on the batteries. It could spark or short circuit the battery or other electrical parts
and could cause an explosion.
7. Remove all personal metal items, like rings, bracelets, and watches when working with batteries. Batteries can produce a short circuit
current high enough to weld metal, causing a severe burn.
8. Have someone within range of your voice or close enough to come to your aid when you work near a battery.
9. Wear complete eye protection and clothing protection. Avoid touching your eyes while working near batteries.
10. Have plenty of fresh water and soap nearby in case battery acid contacts skin, clothing, or eyes.
11. If battery acid contacts skin or clothing, wash immediately with soap and water. If acid enters your eye, immediately flood it with
running cold water for at least twenty minutes and get medical attention immediately.
12. Operating in temperatures above 77°F (25°C) will reduce battery life. The external battery cabinet environment must be free of
conductive contaminants and excessive moisture (condensation, flammable vapors, chemical fumes, or corrosive gases and liquids).
Max Output/Available Power
4000 Watts @ 25°C
Nominal Battery Voltage
48 Volts DC
DC Input Operating Range
Nominal AC Output
120/240 VAC ±5% at 50Hz or 60 Hz
Max Output Current
17 Amps @ 240 VAC
33 Amps @120 VAC
Max Output Surge @ 25° C
200% 7 Sec.
150% 30 Sec.
115% 30 Min.
Internal Battery Type
Sealed Lead Acid, AGM, 2 types
- Deep Cycle (repetitive discharge + charge apps)
- Float (used occasionally, for backup power)
Available Battery Capacity
800 Amp Hours (standard)
1000 Amp Hours (optional)
Continuous Charging Current
10 Amps @ 25°C
At 56 VDC Out with 240 VAC Input
4 x 15 amp 120 V (NEMA 5-15)
1 x 20 amp 120/240 V (NEMA L14-20)
AC Input Voltage Range
80 to 150 VAC per Leg
AC Input Frequency Range
45 to 65 Hz
Max AC Input Current
40 Amps AC
DC Output Range
42 to 70 VDC
930 lbs with 800 AH batteries
1010 lbs with 1000 AH batteries
19.2”W x 28.3”D x 48.3”H
Suitable for use with 90° C Copper conductors
Torque DC Input Terminals to: 5 ft-lbs / 6.78 N-m
Normal Operating Temperature: -20°C to +45°C
Storage (Amp Hours)
SG (Silent Generator)
A = 125 VAC only
B = 125/250 VAC*
1 = 800*
2 = 1000
1 = Float*
2 = Deep Cycle
*= Standard configuration Example: SG4000-B-1-1
SECTION 1 – PREPARING for INSTALLATION
1.1 ITEMS INCLUDED WITH SYSTEM
• Silent Generator™ Power System
• 2- shipping/ramp brackets and hardware
• Silent Generator™ Power System Installation and Operating Manual
• Apollo Solar TSW™ Inverter/Charger User’s Manual
• TriStar™ Controller Installation and Operation Manual
• 10 foot 20A 120/240 with L14-20 connector and plug (Model RJB12410)
• Anderson SB50 Gray Connector with (2) #6 wire lugs
1.2 TOOLS and HARDWARE REQUIRED FOR INSTALLATION
• Pallet Jack capable of moving 1200 lbs.
• 7/16” and 1/2”socket wrench
• Flathead screwdriver
• #2 Phillips head screwdriver
• Scissors or knife to remove packaging
1.3 OPTIONAL ITEMS FOR INSTALLATION
• Power Outlet Box with L14-20 receptacle, PN: 14212
• 20 Amp 2-Pole circuit breaker for load center
1.4 SITE PREPARATION
When deciding where to locate your Silent Generator™ Power System, consider the size and weight of the unit, complying with
the minimum site preparation requirements below. Ensure the structural integrity of the floor can withstand the weight of the
Minimum site preparation requirements:
6” (15.2 cm) minimum on sides and top to any obstruction at all times
Ambient temperature not to exceed 104°F (40°C)
Minimum room size of 6’ x 6’ x 8’
20A, 2 Pole 125/250VAC dedicated power circuit
Cabinet physical specifications:
48.31” (122.7 cm)
19.16” (48.7 cm)
28.3” (71.9 cm)
Model SG-4000-X-1-X, 800AH storage, approximately 930 lbs. (422 kg)
Model SG-4000-X-2-X, 1000AH storage, approximately 1010 lbs. (458 kg)
1.5 UNLOADING THE SILENT GENERATOR™ POWER SYSTEM
The Silent Generator™ Power System is shipped bolted to a pallet via two support brackets which can be used as ramps
to allow the cabinet to roll off the pallet (Fig. #1). It is recommended that a pallet jack be used to move the unit to a
location where the unit can then be removed from the pallet and in close proximity to its final location.
At least two people should be present to unload the cabinet off of the pallet.
1. Move the Silent Generator™ Power System cabinet as close as possible to the desired operating location with a pallet jack,
remove the packaging protecting the outer cabinet surfaces.
2. Verify that the locking casters are locked and are not able to spin freely.
3. Using a 7/16”socket wrench, remove and save the four hex lag screws that secure the cabinet to the pallet.
4. Using a ½” socket wrench, remove the four bolts that attach shipping brackets to Silent Generator™ System cabinet.
5. Position the shipping brackets as indicated in Figure #2, using the four lag screws from Step 3, attached shipping brackets
to lip of pallet, spacing per Figure 3 spacing. The shipping brackets are now to be used as ramps to roll the unit off the
6. Verify there is ample space at the end of the ramps for the cabinet to rest on level ground, unlock the cabinet casters.
7. Using two people, slowly move the Silent Generator™ Power System down the ramp until the unit is on level ground.
Remove shipping brackets from pallet. If the Silent Generator™ Power System is to be permanently mounted, re-attach the
shipping brackets in reverse order mentioned above, and anchor to floor.
8. In case the cabinet will need to be moved to another location, retain the shipping brackets/ramps to move the Silent
Generator™ Power System again. They can also be useful to cross uneven ground and doorway thresholds.
9. Discard pallet and other shipping materials.
10. Roll to installation location, ensuring Section 1.4 site preparation has been completed.
SECTION 2 - CONNECTING POWER
The Silent Generator™ Power System can be cord-connected or hard-wired to AC/DC power. The Silent Generator™ Power
System must be connected to a properly sized AC and/or DC power source to ensure the batteries are charged and ready for the
next power disruption.
2.1 CONNECTING TO AC UTILITY POWER
2.1.1 CORD CONNECTING
The Silent Generator™ Power System has a NEMA L14-20 (125/250VAC @ 20A) male power inlet, commonly found on
generator equipment, to allow users to cord-connect to AC power. Consult with a licensed electrician to install a 20A
125/250VAC Power Outlet Box (PN 14212) near the location the Silent Generator™ Power System will be installed. Connect
the provided RJB12410 cordset between the Power Outlet Box and power inlet on the Silent Generator™ Power System.
2.1.2 HARDWIRING CONNECTING
A more permanent installation solution is to hardwire the Silent Generator™ Power System directly to a dedicated 20A
125/250VAC 2-Pole circuit breaker in your load center. Cut the male plug off of the RJB12410 cordset and connect to the 20A
125/250VAC 2-pole circuit breaker in your load center following all local electrical code and permitting requirements.
2.2 CONNECTING TO DC POWER
The Silent Generator™ Power System can be connected solar PV panels, wind generating or hydro power sources via an
Anderson SB50 receptacle. An Anderson SB50 connector is provided. See Figure 4. The TriStar™ Model T-60 DC charge
controller is factory set for 48 VDC/48A nominal inputs. Use minimum 6 AWG 90C wire for the DC connection. Please refer to
the enclosed TriStar™ Controller Installation and Operation Manual for complete DC connection instructions.
2.3 THE USER INTERFACE/LCD SCREEN
System overload, system shuts off,
loads will not be powered,
disconnect loads, will
AUTO-START after 6 second delay
SECTION 3 - START-UP PROCEDURE
1. Confirm all wiring is correct and connections are tight.
2. Check that all input/output voltages and polarities are correct.
3. Turn ON the DC BATTERY circuit breaker.
4. Turn ON the DC SOLAR INPUT circuit breaker (if a DC input power source is attached).
5. The Silent Generator™ Power System will start in the inverter mode within 6 seconds.
6. Turn ON the 20A 125/250VAC circuit breaker providing AC power to the Silent Generator™ Power System. The system
should switch to charge mode. Please refer to the Apollo Inverter/Charger User’s Manual Section 5.2 for LCD screen
7. Connect and turn on an appliance, such as a hair dryer or toaster, to the Silent Generator™ Power System, verify load
wattage on LCD screen.
8. Disconnect the AC and DC power inputs to the Silent Generator™ Power System. The System will switch to back-up
mode and continue to provide power to your appliance. Disconnect appliances from Silent Generator™ Power System
and reconnect the AC and DC power inputs.
SECTION 4 - CONNECTING LOADS
Loads may be connected to the Silent Generator™ Power System thru the 2-15A VAC GFCI receptacles and/or thru the 20Amp
125/250 VAC L14-20 receptacle. Gradually add load, monitoring the Silent Generator™ Power System LCD to ensure the total
loads do not exceed 4000w in total. If the Silent Generator™ Power System is overloaded, it will shut off and not restart until
loads are removed and then restart after 6 second delay. All loads connected to the Silent Generator™ Power System will be
provided power without interruption as along as the batteries are properly charged.
SECTION 5 - BATTERY MAINTENANCE and REPLACEMENT
The Silent Generator™ Power System uses VRLA AGM sealed batteries, full charged and ready to use from the factory. The
Silent Generator™ Power System should be installed and connected to an AC or DC power source within 90 days of purchase.
While the batteries have a design life of 10 years, long periods between charging (self-discharging), more frequent
charge/discharge cycles and extreme ambient temperatures can reduce actual battery life to 5 years or less. While the batteries
are maintenance-free, avoid frequent (daily) discharging of batteries to more than 50% of their capacity. Under extreme
conditions, occasionally discharging to an 80% level is acceptable. Total discharging will reduce battery life and permanently
damage the batteries. Gen/Tran recommends setting up a bi-annual maintenance schedule to check the condition of the
batteries. If batteries need to be replaced, ONLY use a Gen/Tran approved battery, call Gen/Tran for pricing and availability. Use
of unauthorized batteries will void the warranty and could potentially damage the system.
SECTION 6 – TROUBLESHOOTING
Use the following troubleshooting guide to help diagnose problems. Thoroughly inspect the Silent Generator™ Power System
wiring and cable connections. Correct any wiring problems before performing any tests or replacing any components.
6.1 BASIC TROUBLESHOOTING
In case of a Silent Generator™ Power System failure, check the following BEFORE calling your installer:
1. Check that all power cord and cable connections are tight.
2. Check that the dedicated 20A 125/250VAC 2-Pole circuit breaker in your load center is ON.
BAT 48.4V 0.0 A
System is in STAND-BY, no loads
will be powered
To enter STAND-BY mode,
press STANDBY button once
To exit STAND-BY mode,
press STANDBY button once
3. Check that the DC BATTERY circuit breaker and the DC SOLAR INPUT circuit breaker (if a DC input power source is attached)
4. Turn OFF the DC BATTERY circuit breaker for 30 seconds, then turn ON. If the Power System still does not function, please
continue with Troubleshooting Guide, if problems persists, call Gen/Tran for technical support
6.2 TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
A. Dedicated 20A
circuit breaker in
load center is
1. Circuit breaker is smaller than 20A/2P
2. Circuit breaker is not dedicated to unit
3. Circuit breaker is defective
* Some installation may require a
dedicate 30A/2P circuit breaker, call
Gen/Tran for additional information.
1. Change to 20A/2P circuit breaker
2. Remove all other loads on circuit breaker
3. Replace circuit breaker
B. Power System
shuts off during use
in utility and/or
1. Connected loads exceed 4000W
2. Batteries are over 80% discharged
3. Inverter is defective
1. Reduce connect loads to 4000W or less, system will
restart in 6 seconds after loads are reduced
2. Recharge batteries with AC and/or DC power
3. Refer to Apollo User’s Manual
C. Power system
runs shorter than
expected in backup
1. Batteries are not fully charged
2. Batteries have been damaged due to
overuse or deep discharging
3. Loads are larger than planned
1. Ensure AC and/or DC power is connect to system
and charge for 24 hours
2. Test batteries and replace if damaged
3. Turn off some loads
SECTION 7 – FILING for TAX CREDITS
When properly installed and used in conjunction with certain “qualified” properties, such as solar electric PV panels and
windmills, the Silent Generator™ Power System may qualify for Federal, State and/or local tax credits and/or incentive grants,
significantly reducing the initial investment required.
Included in this Installation Manual is a Manufacturer’s Certification Statement, certifying that The Silent Generator™ Power
System qualifies for the Federal Tax Credit allowed under S1122 of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009.
Since Gen/Tran is not a tax or legal advisor, please consult with your tax and legal professional for more complete information.
SECTION 7 - AVAILABLE ACCESSORIES
• Model 14212 Power Outlet Box
• RJB12425 Cordset
Manufacturer’s Certification Statement
Pertaining to the Tax Relief For the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009
This Manufacturer’s Certification Statement can be relied upon by you, the taxpayer, for verification that Gen/Tran Corporation
certifies that the following products are “Residential Energy Efficient Properties” that qualify for the Federal Tax Credit for
residential dwellings allowed under section 1122 of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009.
Name and Address of Manufacture:
Gen/Tran Corporation, 1335 Ridgeland Parkway, Suite 150, Alpharetta, GA 30004
Solar Electric Property
Model SG4000, Silent Generator™ Power System
The IRS does not require the taxpayer to attach this certification statement to their tax return. However, the taxpayer should
retain this certification statement as part of their tax records. As in all tax matters, the taxpayer is advised to consult their tax
Under penalties of perjury, I declare that I have examined this certification statement, and to the best of my knowledge and belief,
the facts are true, correct, and complete.
Jack Mandula, President, Gen/Tran Corporation, August 16, 2011
Disclaimer:*This certification statement is made as of August 16, 2011 and Gen/Tran Corporation makes no warranty as to the
qualification of the products for federal tax credits if there are changes in requirements or applicable law after such date. Gen/Tran
Corporation is not a tax advisor. Taxpayers claiming a tax credit should consult a tax professional with any questions. Gen/Tran
Corporation is not responsible or liable for the taxpayer’s ability to receive tax credits. This document is not intended to constitute
legal or tax advice. More comprehensive information is available from the IRS.
The user maintains the full and complete responsibility to comply with all codes, laws and regulations applicable to the safe and
proper use, handling and installation of the product and should consult with a professional for all construction and design related
Homeowner’s Certification: The following products (s) have been installed in the primary
residence of the following Taxpayer:
Price Paid for Products:__________ Date Purchased: __________Date Installed_________
LIMITED PRODUCT WARRANTY FOR GEN/TRAN SILENT GENERATOR™ POWER SYSTEM
THIS PRODUCT WARRANTY IS PROVIDED BY GEN/TRAN CORPORATION, THE ORIGINAL EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURER OF THE SILENT GENERATOR™
POWER SYTEM” (THE “PRODUCT”). THE CAPITALIZED TERMS “YOU”, “YOUR ” AND “THEIR ” VARIANTS MEAN THE INDIVIDUAL OR ENTITY THAT
PURCHASED THE PRODUCT FROM GEN/TRAN CORPORATION OR ITS AUTHORIZED RESELLER AND PAID THE REQUIRED FEES;, “WE”, “OUR” AND “US”
MEANS GEN/TRAN CORPORATION, OR ITS AFFILIATED COMPANIES.
LIMITED WARRANTY COVERAGE We warrant that the Product will be free from defects in materials and workmanship when installed, used, operated
and serviced in the manner and under the conditions stated in its specifications and documentation (the “Limited Warranty”). The date on which the
Limited Warranty commences (the “Start Date”) and the period during which it is effective (the “Warranty Period”) are specified in the table appearing
below this paragraph. The end user/buyer is responsible for registering the product and purchase date. If the product fails to conform to the limited Warranty
and we receive a valid claim within the Warranty Period, then we will either repair or replace the defective or non-conforming Product or part using new or
refurbished parts. In lieu of replacing defective parts, we reserve the right, but are not obligated, to replace the Product entirely using a new or refurbished
version comparable to that being replaced. To the extent permitted by applicable law, these repair or replacement obligations are our only liability and your
only remedy for any allegedly defective Product or component. This limited Warranty applies only to the Product and Product components manufactured by
us and for us, as identified by authorized use of our trademark/mint mark.
Date of purchase from Gen/Tran Coproartion or authorized reseller
All components except batteries: 1 years parts only
prorated: year 1 & 2 at 100%, 3
year at 70%, pro-rated 10% less for each additional year
This Limited Warranty does not apply to any Product that we determine in our discretion has been subjected to Unauthorized use. Frequently, particularly
when a Product is purchased by a Builder or Developer for use in new construction, there is an extended delay between the time we ship our product and
the point at which you make your first use. During this delay period, the storage conditions and treatment of the Product is handled by you or your
builder/developer and is out of Gen/Tran Corporation’s control. While we intend to stand behind our products, if damage arises out of poor storage
conditions or mistreatment that is beyond our control and occurs after shipment, we must reserve the right to decline coverage under this Warranty. As a
result, WE URGE YOU, TO THE MAXIMUM EXTENT POSSIBLE, TO REMAIN IN CONSTANT CONTACT WITH THE PARTY RESPONSIBLE FOR STORING YOUR
PRODICT AND/OR INSPECT THE PRODICT FOR STORAGE DAMAGE OR MISTREATMENT PRIOR TO FIRST USE IN ORDER TO ENSURE THAT OUR STORAGE
AND TREATMENT GUIDELINES ARE BEING STRICTLY FOLLOWED. In addition, this Limited Warranty further excludes any Product or component defect
arising from other events beyond our reasonable control such as surges, lightning, fire, flood, accident, war, riot, strike, unavailability of suitable and
sufficient labor, material, or capacity and any act of God or unforeseen event, including technological or physical events or conditions. As used in this
Limited Warranty, the term “Unauthorized use” means any of the following: (a) misuse, abuse, neglect, accident, or abnormal use, installation or use not in
accordance with our installation guide or other documentation, including use in any nuclear, aviation, mass transit, medical, or any other critical application,
use with any fuels, ultra hazardous substances or other materials not pre-approved by us; (b) use as a component part of a product expressly warranted by
another manufacturer; (c) repair, alteration or modifications by other than our approved service technicians; (d) your failure to follow routine, specified or
suggested maintenance; (e) removal of any tamper-proof seals on the Product; or (f) use of batteries or energy storage devices other than those we supplied
THE PRODUCT PROVIDES VARIABLE AMOUNTS AND DURATIONS OF BACK UP POWER AND DOES SO ONLY FOR THOSE SPECIFIC DEVICES FOR WHICH IT
HAS BEEN CONFIGURED. WE PROVIDE NO WARRANTY THAT YOU WILL RECEIVE OR THAT THE PRODUCT WILL PROVIDE ANY SPECIFIC AMOUNT OF BACK-
UP POWER. YOU ARE SOLELY RESPONSIBLE FOR DETERMINING WHETHER THE PRODUCT IS ADEQUATE AND SAFE FOR YOUR INTENDED USE. THE LIMITED
WARRANTY COVERAGE IS THE ONLY WARRANTY WE PROVIDE FOR THE PRODUCT AND ITS COMPONENTS. ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IM-
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EVENT ARE WE LIABLE FOR INDIRECT OR OTHER CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OR PENALITIES OR LOST DATA RELATING TO THE PRODUCT. GEN/TRAN
CORPORATION AND OUR RESELLERS WILL HAVE NO LIABILITY OF ANY NATURE RESULTING FROM UNAUTHORIZED USE. OUR LIABILITY, IF ANY, FOR
DAMAGES UNDER THIS LIMITED LIABILITY WARRANTY SHALL NOT EXCEED YOUR PURCHASE FOR THE PRODUCT OR ITS APPLICABLE DEFECTIVE PART.
THIS WARRANTY GIVES YOU SPECIFIC LEGAL RIGHTS; YOU MAY ALSO HAVE OTHER RIGHTS THAT VARY FROM STATE TO STATE. SOME STATES DO NOT
ALLOW CERTAIN LIMITATIONS ON IMPLIED WARRANTIES, OR THE EXCLUSION OR LIMITAION OF INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, SO THE
ABOVE LIMITATIONS MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU
LIMITED WARRANTY SERVICE If you believe you need warranty service and are within the Warranty Period, you must call Gen/Tran Corporation
Customer Service at the number indicated below, to schedule service. We will only be responsible for those defects or other non-conformities then under the
Limited Warranty and which have been reported in a timely manner to our Customer Service number. Where the Product is under a parts only warranty, you
will be invoiced at our standard time and materials rate plus applicable taxes and expenses for any work performed on your behalf. Products and parts that
are repaired or replaced do not come with separate, new or additional warranties. They will be warranted only for the remainder of the original Warranty
Period applicable to them under this Limited Warranty. Service is provided where the Product is installed, during regular business hours local time. You can
change your service address to another location in the United States by notifying us in writing at the address provided below. Warranty service is not
provided outside of the United States. If you sell the Product, you may assign your rights under this Limited Warranty for the remainder of the Warranty
Period to the new Product Owner by notifying us in writing at the address provided below and enclosing a check for $10.00 payable to Gen/Tran Corporation
to cover administrative costs; provided, however, that: (a) the new owner fulfills such other conditions as we may require. Permitted sale of the Product does
not result in any sale, transfer or assignment of our intellectual property rights whether such other conditions as we may require. Permitted sale of the
Product does not result in any sale, transfer or assignment of our intellectual property rights whether otherwise embodied in the Product or its design. The
change of ownership becomes effectives when we receive the written notice and check and all the assignment conditions are fulfilled.
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