4000-Watt Gasoline Inverter Generator
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Product Name:4000-Watt Gasoline Inverter Generator
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Powerful yet quiet and equipped with carbon monoxide detection, these new inverter generators are great for charging tools and powering sensitive electronic equipment such as phones, computers and medical devices.
Inverter Technology: Reduced size, weight, noise and fuel consumption · Produces commercial quality AC power for sensitive electronic equipment
Alternator: Total harmonic distortion (THD) less than 3% · Copper windings
Engine: Low-oil shutdown · Recoil start · Electric start – sealed battery included
Frame: Easy to remove access panels for spark plug, oil and air cleaner · Outlet covers · Handle and wheels · Tool storage compartment
Components: Equipped with CO detector · Automatic shutdown · DC plug · USB port for electronics · Idle control · Battery charger · Digital display with LED lighting for voltage, hertz, fuel and hours · Main circuit breaker · USDA/USFS-approved spark arrestors
Inverter generator ratings represent no-load sound levels. Noise level tested at seven meters (75% load). Rating represents minimum noise level rating.
|Fuel Tank Size||2.1 gallons|
|Low Oil Shutdown||Yes|
|Motor Amps (A)||33.3 Max / 29.2 Continuous|
|Phase (Ø)||Single (1)|
|Run Time (HR.)||8.0 hours|
|Speed (RPM.)||3600 RPM|
|Other||To find the right size generator for your needs you will first need to determine the power requirements you are looking for. To determine the right size, add up the total watts of all lights, appliances, tools or other equipment to be connected to the generator. Check the nameplates to determine wattage. If wattage is not shown, but amps and volts are given, the following simplified formula may be used: AMPS x VOLTS = Watts Once the total # of watts are determined multiply that by 3. This will calculate the approximate start up wattage needed, sizing the generator for your needs. NEVER use generators indoors, including homes, garages, basements, crawl spaces, and other enclosed or partially enclosed areas, even with ventilation. Opening doors and windows or using fans will not prevent carbon monoxide build-up. ONLY run generators outdoors and away from air intakes.|