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Newman Generator 6500W

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Powerful, tough and simple, this 6500W steel frame generator is a great option for running all the essentials like fridges during a power outage, keeping the lights on wherever you are or powering up all the tools you need to get the job done

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Product overview

Product overview

Powerful, tough and simple, this 6500W steel frame generator is a great option for running all the essentials like fridges during a power outage, keeping the lights on wherever you are or powering up all the tools you need to get the job done

The traditional steel frame design means it can handle life in the back of the ute or way down the back paddock, while the while the convenient push-to-reset circuit breaker and a low oil shut-off sensor ensure safe operation. It also features voltage overload protection to prevent overloads and keep your valuable equipment safe from voltage spikes, plus a voltmeter allows you to monitor power output at a glance

Humming away at 75% load you’ll get a solid 10 hours of run time from the 25L fuel tank and reliable 439cc engine, which should be plenty to see you through a power cut or a solid day’s work.

If you’re after a grunty, no-fuss generator then look no further. 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.

FEATURES
• Powerful, rugged and reliable
• Single phase
• NGK spark plug
• Voltmeter
• Tough steel frame
• Voltage overload and low oil protection
• 220-240V AC, 12V DC power supply
• 2 Year Newman Warranty

SPECIFICATIONS
Max power output: 6500W
Rated power output: 6000W
Engine: 439cc single cylinder 4-stroke fan-cooled petrol engine
Ignition: TCI, NGK spark plug
Starting: Recoil (Pull) start
AC output: 2x 240V AC 15A, 1x 240V AC 32A
DC output: 1x 12V DC 5A
Fuel capacity: 25L
Continuous running time: 10 hours @75% load
Noise level: 72db @ 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 70cm x W 56cm x H 53cm
Weight: 97kg

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Customer questions

Questions and answers

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q: Whats the difference between the yellow 6500w generator and the red generator 6500w ,besides the electric start?
a: No much besides the wheel kit, as you say the main difference is the electric stating with remote.
By Trade Tested on September 7, 2020
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q: Will this self contained cabin lights / /fridge and stove And how noisey and is that blue cap for a caravan type adapter
a: Yes most likely, but you're going to need to estimate your wattage draw by looking at specs of your appliances. Also remember the start up draw on a fridge is generally approx 3x it's quoted running watts - there a lots of good power needs calculators online. A traditional open frame generator like this won't be the quietest, as per the specs in the description this is quoted at 72db @ 7m @75% load. Yes the blue cap is a 32A plug.
By Trade Tested on March 26, 2020
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q: hi, does the unit come with oil in it? and how do people usually move it around as I see it has no wheels? cheers
a: No these are shipped without oil. These have no wheels, the frame makes them pretty simple for 2 people to lift onto a trailer or ute etc if it needs to be moved.
By Trade Tested on January 13, 2020
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q: Does this produce power that has a pure sine wave?
a: No this doesn't have an inverter.
By Trade Tested on April 15, 2020
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q: Is this powerful enough to run a trailer fridge marquee lights and a Bain Marie for a wedding?
a: Potentially, you need to add up the overall (and start up) draw in Watts for your particular appliances. Bear in mind the start up power draw of some appliances can be double their running power requirement. There are lots of tools online for calculating your requirements.
By Trade Tested on January 29, 2020
Customer reviews

Customer reviews

Overall rating

5 out of 5 stars from 1 review
Joel Canterbury

Newman gene 6500w

5 months ago

2020-05-22T19:27:05+00:00

Good quality, has worked its arse off already and has been reliable with a heap of grunt

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