This state-of-the-art inverter generator outputs a pure sine wave current for a super stable power supply, making it the perfect choice for powering sensitive electronics.
Maximum output is 7000W and it features electric starting for effortless operation.
The engine utilises cutting edge overload and low oil level protection along with Smart Throttle technology that alters engine speed depending on the load; this means less noise and lower fuel consumption, up to 40% less than conventional generators, so it’s kinder on your pocket and on the environment.
There is a built in LCD display so you can keep an eye on things, while the tough frame and pneumatic tyres make moving it around a simple process.
The 2 Year Trade Tested Warranty is there for peace of mind and is backed by our nationwide service network.
If you need a stable, reliable power source that will keep the lights on wherever and whenever you need it, then order yours today.
• Pure sine wave current for stable power supply
• Perfect for lighting, power tools, laptops, TVs and much more
• Single phase
• Electric start
• Smart Throttle technology for lower fuel consumption
• Fully enclosed for quiet running
• NGK spark plug
• Overload and low oil protection
• Built in LCD
• 240V AC, 240V 32A, 12V DC power supply
• 2 Year Trade Tested Warranty
Max power output: 7000W
Rated power output: 6500W
Engine: 429cc single cylinder 4-stroke fan-cooled petrol engine
Ignition: TCI, NGK spark plug
Starting: Electric & pull start
AC output: 1x 240V AC, 1x 240V 32A
DC output: 1x 12V DC 5A
Fuel capacity: 25L
Fuel consumption: 440g/kw/h
Continuous running time: 7.0 hours @rated load
Noise level: 71db @ 7m @75% load
Safety: AC overload protector, DC circuit breaker, overload warning indicator, overload cut out, low oil indicator, low oil cut out
Dimensions: L 71cm X W 58cm X H56cm
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over 48 years ago