Model # 71051

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GE High Voltage Module for Home Generators


High Voltage Module for Home Generators

$12608 /each
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Product Overview

The Briggs & Stratton 71051 High Voltage Module can be used in coordination with the Symphony II Transfer Switch to communicate via existing wiring on your home generator to manage generator output and turn on and off 120 or 240-volt appliances during a power outage. UL Listed. The Briggs & Stratton 71051 High Voltage Module comes with a 3-year limited warranty that protects against defects in materials and workmanship. Keep it running Keep it genuine. Help keep your outdoor power equipment running at peak performance and avoid costly repairs by ordering Briggs & Stratton replacement and maintenance parts. Briggs & Stratton genuine parts are specially designed to exact OEM standards, manufactured and tested to help deliver optimum performance in Briggs & Stratton engines. Not only are Briggs & Stratton genuine parts guaranteed to fit, but using them ensures that the Briggs & Stratton engine they are installed on complies with applicable (EPA) emission regulations. For more than a century, Briggs & Stratton branded engines and power equipment have helped consumers get the job done. Known for hard-working, dependable, efficient products, Briggs & Stratton is the world’s largest producer of gasoline engines for outdoor power equipment. Briggs & Stratton products are designed, manufactured, marketed and serviced in over 100 countries on all 7 continents.

  • Modules can be placed anywhere throughout the home for a customized installation
  • 1 or 2 modules should be sufficient for most homes
  • Weather resistant NEMA 4 rated enclosure and UL listed
  • Place anywhere between the circuit breaker box and the appliance for flexible installation
  • Can use up to 8 modules with symphony II power management system
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Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
1-UL Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
3 years

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Customer Questions & Answers

Please help me understand how the modules work.

It appears that the generator, if used without the modules would work until more power was required than the generator could supply. If more power was called for than was available, then a "brown out" or {low voltage} situation would occur. If this happened, you could burn out your items and/or the generator. Please correct me if I am wrong. If I understand correctly, the modules are used to remove items on the circuit so the generator does not exceed capacity. So the modules are used for the high wattage items only. They can be prioritized to go on when power is available without overloading the generator. Is that correct? Or am I mis-understanding something? Also, what is the most likely place or reason to use "low voltage" modules. Thank you for your help!
Asked by: Dennis2000
your assumption about the modules is correct however so far I have not been able to get them to communicate with the transfer switch .and the instructions are poorly written..I can't even figure out by their own instructions whether the damned thing is wirelessly communicating or not.. but so far I have no way to make it work .
Answered by: sean
Date published: 2015-09-20

Where's the Manual

Can the module be disabled
Asked by: RobertBaltimore
Please locate a product model number and work with your local technician.
Answered by: GeGenerators Support
Date published: 2015-11-24

What about loads without a module?

Hello, I purchased a 13Kw generator in February 2015. It has taken until August to get it into place with a concrete foundation poured, conduits run, LP gas lines run, and a plumber / electrician to connect it and test it, etc. I am close to getting it to run. However, I am concerned about the electricity used that is NOT on a module. I am drawing less than 2Kw per hour with everything running except the high power items. (See attached power draw per hour). If I have 3 or 4 high power modules running and they are drawing 13kw by themselves, and I am also drawing another 2Kw for other misc small items, am I going to overload the system and burn up the generator? Do I need to manually turn off the other items, or will the generator know it is overloaded and kick out one or two of the higher Kw modules? I don't want to ruin the generator through lack of knowledge. I cannot put everything on a module. Please advise.
Asked by: Dennis2000
Please work with your local technician for further assistance.
Answered by: GeGenerators Support
Date published: 2015-09-20

What modules do I need for a double wall oven and an electric dryer?

Looking at the GE 13 kW generator. I have a 42,000 BTUH AC unit that I assume will use 1 of the 2 modules that come with the package. I assume I can't hook up the dryer or the wall oven to the other module that comes with the generator, correct?
Asked by: Anonymous
Greetings Todd, My name is Tom, also known as HD116 here and at Home Depot's How to Community found at the site above. Thank you for your question. You could hook either your wall oven or your dryer up to the other module. The GE 13 Watt generator 49324HD features Symphony 2 technology which allows you to create a "Hierarchy" or choose which high voltage appliances you wish to run in the order you choose when demand occurs. Each additional appliance does require a module, and the system can monitor up to 8 modules. If you have any further questions please contact GE's customer service for Standby Generators directly at 1-888-575-8226.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2015-09-17
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Customer Reviews

High Voltage Module for Home Generators is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from correct installation of modules this module is a great addition to your generator for load management. not to be used for HVAC equipment. That is what low voltage modules are for. high voltage module such as this one is great for managing your loads to any appliance up to 50 amps 120 volts or 240 volts. make sure your installer leaves you manuals with your new equipment. every component has a manual that comes with it. appliances for this module would be dryer, range,water heater, cooktop, etc
Date published: 2017-01-28
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Flaky, keeps disabling my heat pump, even when not on generator I got this box along with my GE generator, and while the idea mat be good, the implementation is lousy. While I got no manual for it (nor can I find one anywhere on-line), the installer explained that it should: 1) Keep the heap pump powered when on mains power (it doesn't always do that) 2) Communicate over the power wires with the generator controller, to insure that my whole house system doesn't over load (indicator says it doesn't have communication while on mains power, but I have no idea whether this is normal) 3) Shut off the heat pump when I'm drawing too much from the idea if it does that, because we're careful not to overload it in the first need to bake or do wash during power outages. So, we were pretty cold last night until I got up at 3AM and shoved a piece of plastic to close the relay and get my heat back. Now I'm waiting for the installer to call back.
Date published: 2014-04-01
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