Briggs & Stratton 6574 InfoHub Wireless Monitor
InfoHub™ Universal wireless monitoring lets you be in control and at ease wherever you go telling you what you want to know about your generator - when you want to know it. Using the customized web platform, instantly check your generator's status from home or away. InfoHub constantly monitors the signal from your standby generator. When the generator’s status changes, InfoHub instantly sends an alert to your email or phone.
- Compatible with most brands of standby generators
- Receive notifications on your standby generator’s performance via text message and/or email alerts such as when it is running or experiencing a fault code
- Set-up standby generator repair by sending maintenance notifications directly to your servicing dealer if there is a change in your generator status
- Cellular based system provides broad coverage and a reliable connection to your generator
Infohub Generator MonitoringProduct Review Rating: 4/5
Posted by Unknown on Feb 18, 2021
I had the old 3G version, and had to upgrade to receive. Updates to my mobile devices, regarding Generator Status, exercise events, and faults. This device does all of that as expected. It does not provide fault details, that is consistent with the old infohub. All in all it works fine, was easy to install, and I’m satisfied.
B & S Info Hub ReplacementProduct Review Rating: 5/5
Posted by Unknown on Aug 06, 2019
Works as expected. Never had issues with the legacy system, I gather this one has additional "under the hood" features yet to be revealed. Installation was pretty straight forward. Interestingly enough Info Hub Tech support wanted all cables replaced with the ones in the kit as well as the central cable distribution board. Connector for connector and plug for plug all the cables except for the one feeding the actual RF communications unit were the same as the legacy cables. The central distribution board even carried the same part number as the legacy unit's board. My installation tech followed the instructions, and replaced everything, but it seemed to be a waste of time. It appears that all he actually needed to to was swap out the cable from the board to the RF unit, mount it and add the new antenna, but it might be interesting to see what would happen in that case.