GENERATOR – LARGE 10000 WATT
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Rated AC Output - 6900 watts
Max. AC Output - 8000 watts
Displacement/Engine - 404cc Subaru OHC with electric start (battery included)
Max. Amps (120V/240V) - 66.7/33.3
Frequency/Voltage - 60Hz/120V/240V
Cont. Amps (120V/240V) - 57.5/28.75
Receptacles - (2) 120V, 20A GFCI duplex - 120V, 30A twist lock - 120V/240V, 30A twist lockMain
Circuit Breaker - (2) 20A toggle circuit breaker, single pole - 30A toggle circuit breaker, single pole - 30A toggle circuit breaker, double pole
Rated Speed - 3600 RPM
Decibel Rating - 78.2
Fuel Capacity - 7.3 gallon
Run Time (at full load) - 6.9 hours
Net Weight - 223 lbs.
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We recommend using a minimum of 2000 watts per an average sized blower. If you need to connect more than one unit, then you will find it useful to use this formula to calculate running watts from the labeled amps on the blowers:
For Example: The average small blower uses 7.0 running amps.
Therefore 7.0 (amps) x 115V (volts) = 805 watts to run continuously with back pressure (this is achieved when the inflatable is completely full of air (blown up) and the blower is just maintaining the pressure or air lost from the seams.)
However on start-up, it will use up to 17 amps (17 x 115V = 1955 watts) , which is just under a 2000 watts generator.
Note: The start up is high because it needs back pressure from the inflatable to insure continuous low amp draw; otherwise the amps stay high at 17 on free flow.