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Newman Digital Inverter Generator 1000W

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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.

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Product overview

Product overview

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 1000W, while its light weight and compact dimensions make this generator the perfect companion on your next trip away from the grid.

The engine features 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 fully enclosed design helps reduce noise and keep out dirt and moisture.

The 2 Year Newman 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.

About Newman Generators Rugged, reliable power you can depend on. From the campsite to the worksite, blizzards to the beach, a Newman generator uses state-of-the-art technology and rock-solid dependability to make sure you have the power you need, wherever you need it.

• Digital inverter technology produces a pure sine wave current for stable power supply
• Perfect for lighting, power tools, laptops, TVs and much more
• Smart Throttle technology for lower fuel consumption
• Single phase
• Fully enclosed for quiet running
• NGK spark plug
• Overload and low oil protection
• Built in LCD
• 240V AC, 12V DC power supply
• 2 Year Newman Warranty

Max power output: 1000W
Rated power output: 900W
Engine: 50cc single cylinder 4-stroke fan-cooled petrol engine
Ignition: TCI, NGK spark plug
Starting: Pull start
AC output: 1x 240V AC
DC output: 1x 12C DC 5A
Fuel capacity: 3.6L
Fuel consumption: 550g/kw/h
Continuous running time: 7 hours @rated load
Noise level: 54-58db @ 7m @75% load
Safety: AC overload protector, DC circuit breaker, overload warning indicator, overload cut out, low oil indicator, low oil cut out

Dimensions: 47.6cm x 27.1cm x 42.5cm
Weight: 14kg


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Customer questions

Questions and answers

2 votes
q: Whar can it run then? Seems everything needs the bigger model ? Not trying to be smart. .
a: This is great for smaller electronics that don't have a large starting draw (charging devices like laptops, running lights, small coolers) - so really you need to look at it by device, google the power needs of the thing you want to run - there are heaps of guides online for this. Some things that seem minor - like a kettle for example, have surprisingly large power needs. Feel free to give our sales team a call - they'll be happy to give you a guide on what your power needs might be based on what you need to run.
By Trade Tested on February 9, 2020
1 vote
q: Will this charge the house batteries in a motorhome?
a: Yes it will.
By Trade Tested on March 26, 2020
0 votes
q: Where is this generator made please?
a: In China.
By Trade Tested on May 20, 2020
1 vote
q: Hello. Would this charge 2 x bike batteries each have a max charge current of 4 amps and voltage input of 100 to 240 volts?
a: Assuming that you are drawing 4A at (max) 50V from the charger, then the output of the charger would be 200W. There would be a certain amount of wattage lost to heat on top of this. So, yes this generator will have enough power to charge both batteries.
By Trade Tested on October 18, 2019
0 votes
q: Will this run a 700watt microwave oven?
a: Yes it will.
By Trade Tested on March 30, 2020
1 vote
q: Would this be ok to run a med size deep freeze during a power outage?
a: It's probably undersized, however you need to check the start up power requirements of your particular freezer as these are generally higher than the 'running' watts.
By Trade Tested on August 19, 2019
1 vote
q: Looking for a light weight generator to use for freedom camping. I have a 6.3mt caravan with tv, microwave etc.
a: This might do the trick, but we'd probably suggest going up a size if you want to run multiple appliances. Give our sales team a call to talk through exactly what you want it to run.
By Trade Tested on July 1, 2019
0 votes
q: Would i be able to use this for a hairdryer/ straightener?
a: Yes for a straightener, possibly not for a hairdryer - you need to find the wattage requirements for your exact model. Feel free to get in touch with our sales team on 0800 800 880 to talk specifics.
By Trade Tested on October 13, 2019
0 votes
q: Would this generator run a domestic Fridge/freezer?
a: It depends on the exact specs, but this would generally be undersized. In terms of running watts it would probably be fine, however start up on a fridge is generally higher - a fridge that needs say 700W running could have a start up requirement of 2500W + . We'd suggest finding out the exact spec for your fridge.
By Trade Tested on August 19, 2019
0 votes
q: Will this generator run a vacuum cleaner?
a: It's probably undersized, however you will need to find out the exact usage of your vacuum, both running and start up power (these can vary quite a lot, your generator will need to handle the start up load which is the larger of the two). Feel free to call our sales team for more info.
By Trade Tested on August 13, 2019
0 votes
q: Will this generator charge the batteries in my electric golf cart. Has 6 new batters DC v150. What size generator would you recommend?
a: We would really recommend checking with the cart manufacturer on exactly what is required, but in general we would suggest going up a size, the Newman Digital Inverter 3300W model is a great-value option.
By Trade Tested on August 8, 2019
0 votes
q: Hi there would this run a TV and a gaming console together?
a: Yes this will keep that set up running no problem.
By Trade Tested on July 22, 2019
0 votes
q: Would it run a 20 amp battery charger, if not how big a charger would it run ?
a: Sorry, this sized generator would be best suited to running products not exceeding 10 amps. Have you had a look at our larger models?
By Trade Tested on November 20, 2018
0 votes
q: will this charge a battery on a boat?
a: You would need to use a battery charging unit with this generator, but yes this generator would be able to run a charger.
By Trade Tested on October 28, 2018
Customer reviews

Customer reviews

Overall rating

5 out of 5 stars from 3 reviews
Aitutaki Auckland

Medical Equipment

11 months ago


This was purchased to run a 400 Watt C-Pap off the grid. gave us 6 hours continuous running. Great as a light weight camping power unit to charge your digital appliances and a bit of TV if you can't do without.

GD Hawke's Bay


11 months ago


works great for charging bike batteries

Bill Papamoa

Good invertor

over 2 years ago


Runs very quietly and coolly - I haven't run at capacity yet but already have a 300 watt that works faultlessly

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