so is it automatic boost or still a button to push?
According to the Yamaha website it is automatic.so is it automatic boost or still a button to push?
coolAccording to the Yamaha website it is automatic.
- Yamaha Boost Technology® (YBT) ‐ Boosts output by adding battery voltage to alternator output when needed. The Boost Control Unit (BCU) senses when extra power is needed and boosts output for up to 10 seconds, giving air conditioners, power tools, and other equipment the extra boost of power they may need to start quickly and efficiently.
We've had Servel propane refrigerators at our island cottage since the 1950s. Replaced the original with a spiffy new RGE400W in June, 2000 for $1,124 - Yikes! They're about $2K now. The old one had been recalled and we received a bounty through the propane dealer when we turned it in.👆 We had a Servel natural gas fridge when I was a kid. The darn thing never gave us a bit of trouble...it just worked.
It's a fluke in the Matrix. lolSo, in regards to the earlier posts that this didn't exist, and some comments that said not and never, perhaps we can all just learn to get along and not make immediate judgements
I believe that I was the first to state that I had never heard of what turned out to be called "Yamaha Boost Technology®". The fact that I stated that I had never heard of it in no way meant that I thought that you were "full of you know what". I was glad to see that @Winnipegmike was familiar with what you were talking about and was able to supply substantiation. It appears to be an interesting concept, but I'm still left wondering why it's still a one-and-done on only that one model generator after all this time.Me (new guy) casually mentioned this battery surge technology, and a couple of folks basically told me I was full of you know what.
Engineers like background, specifications and references, and are generally skeptical of unsubstantiated statements of unusual "facts". As my professors always said, "Show your work"; i.e. do your own due diligence to back up what you post. That way any misunderstandings can hopefully be avoided. On the snowblower forum, a member posted as fact a laundry list of "fake news", which was summarily torn to shreds by others.no matter how experienced and knowledgeable you may be, an open mind is just as important.