Portable generator is perfect for RVing

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Quiet, compact, and lightweight, the Powerhouse 2000Wi inverter generator provides clean, portable power that’s perfect for campground, tailgate party or any outdoor activity where you need your own electrical supply. With a maximum output of 2000 watts, the 2000Wi produces enough power to run several appliances at once.

The 2000Wi’s high-efficiency combustion system produces exceptionally low emissions. A recoil start makes it easy to power up and a convenient fuel primer bulb and manual choke ensures a fast start. Choose the variable speed setting to reduce engine noise and save on fuel costs or set it to constant speed when 100 percent full power is needed. Other features include an internal circuit breaker, emergency stop control, spark arrester and a convenient carry handle.

This inverter generator has one 5-20R 20-amp duplex receptacle. It’s backed by a one-year consumer warranty and a 6-month commercial warranty, and it’s EPA, CARB, and CSA compliant for use across North America.

Inverter Generator Technology
Where conventional generators produce a single square wave of AC power for every engine rotation, an inverter generator produces a clean sine wave just like that power from your home outlets with hundreds of overlapping AC sine waves per engine rotation that results in more electrical power produced from each rotation. The electronic processor in the inverter module “converts” three-phase, high-frequency AC power from the alternator into DC power, which is then changed by the inverter module to a clean and stable 120-volt, 60-hertz AC power signal. The technology programmed into the inverter allows it to control all functions of the generator for stable, consistent, clean power.

This clean sine wave power allows the generator to be used with any and all computer and electronic based appliances in today’s homes, businesses, construction sites, and outdoor recreation. An added benefit is the ability of these generators to produce 120-volt, 60-hertz current at various engine speeds, thus saving fuel running at slower speeds and low load conditions but with the power for full speed and output when needed. The generator is available at Amazon.com.

SOURCE: Powerhouse news release.

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Rod
5 months ago

I have a predator 3500. When I plug in my progressive 30x EMS it show problem with the ground. I’ve seen on line where people are overcoming this problem by constructing a neutral/ground plug to install into the 20 amp receptacle. There are several YouTube videos on how to do it
Is this safe???

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Mike Sokol (@mike)
5 months ago
Reply to  Rod

Rod, yes it is safe. And I know this because I’m the guy who invented the generator G-N bonding plug about 10 years ago. At first I had a bunch of electricians and arm chair engineers accuse me of creating a “cheater” plug. But after a few years (and thousands of uses) they all figured out it works great on an inverter generator with a floating neutral. In reality this is how all large generators are wired, and even the built-in generator on a motorhome has this same sort of internal G/N bond connection without a ground rod. Read more about it here: https://www.rvtravel.com/rv-electricity-generator-neutral-bonding-basics/

Mike Sokol
5 months ago
Reply to  Rod

I am the guy who invented this G-N bonding plug, so I know it’s safe. Read more here: https://www.rvtravel.com/rv-electricity-%E2%80%93-just-ask-mike-%28jam%29%3A-generator-neutral-bonding-part-deux/