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Inverter Generator
Briggs and Stratton
Approx 100
Purchased for camping and flea market use roughly 7 or 8 years ago. It doesnt get used much these days, but sure is handy to have around.
It's a typical quiet inverter with ECO mode, (54 db on, 61 w/ECO off). 111cc, 2200/1700, parallel plug ready, outlet is front and center. This unit uses a fuel pump and is not gravity fed. I like the H style carrying handle, (being approx 55lbs) the handle is great for one or two people to carry around.
Smooth and quiet, floating neutral, I guess with the B&S parallel kit you can also twin it up with the P2400, P3000 as well as another P2200 inverter gen.
I like it, it serves me well. At the time of purchase it was 1/3 of the cost of the two major players, (might still be?). Any extra money kept in my pocket is always a good thing!

UPDATE Right on! I was gifted a sweet little adapter cord on the weekend (partial payment for some small engine work) and look forward to giving it a test run on this B&S inverter. This'll be great for those short daytime outages where all I need is to run fridge/freezer/well pump.
It has a 5-15 plug (120v) on gen side that I can then connect to one of my 10/4 cords with a L14-30 (240v) plug.
Make note...In no situation will it or I be attempting to use for 240v. Strictly 120v usage.

Recently did a 12v DC charging outlet test. Pic is from ECO mode, my camera failed for the 2nd ECO off pic but I do recall it being in the 14.2 volt range.

Altho I dont have this specific parallel kit, I thought I'd post up a pic of the unit B & S offers.

I recently ordered up/received (what Amazon calls) a parallel cord with an L14-30 plug. In reality it is not a true parallel cord but a combiner cord.
I still look forward to pairing it up with my Radley inverter gen and testing in the very near future for 120v use.

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