There’s a new kid in town. Looks promising, certainly priced competitively. Unfortunately does not appear to be parallel-able.
It DOES have the parallel connectors on the front panel at the top-center.Unfortunately does not appear to be parallel-able.
click here for the harbor freight siteThere’s a new kid in town. Looks promising, certainly priced competitively. Unfortunately does not appear to be parallel-able.
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The 7600W (31.7A) continuous will run just fine with the 30A twistlock, and is sized specifically for that L15-30 outlet. It's a 30A breaker on each leg. 9500W (seems optimistic - the equivalent Duromax is only 9000W starting) is under 40A per leg and shouldn't trip the breaker immediately. The thermal (heat) mechanism located inside the breaker expands in response to temperature and is calibrated to trip when current exceeds the breaker rating. Thermal protection is designed to respond slowly (not instantly). This allows overcurrent to exceed breaker rating for a moment so when a motor start-up pulls a surge of amps, then the breaker does not trip.so if you are going to try to get all of the power out of the gen set you will need to modify it for a 50 amp twistlock and a 50 amp breaker...
And the Duromax is listed as 68dB. So these are about 10 times louder than the Honda!Also, the unit is advertised as a “super quiet“ generator. The decibel rating is 67db vs an eu7000 which is 58db. 67db is hardly super quiet.
|Change in dB||Change in Sound Intensity/Energy|
|An increase of 3 dB||doubled|
|A decrease of 3 dB||halved|
|An increase of 10 dB||Increased by a factor of 10|
|A decrease of 10 dB||Decreased by a factor of 10|
|An increase of 20 dB||Increased by a factor of 100|
|A decrease of 20 dB||Decreased by a factor of 100|