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2000W Champion Power Equipment Ultralight Dual Fuel Inverter Generator EXPIRED

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Amazon.com has 2000W Champion Power Equipment Ultralight Dual Fuel Inverter Generator (100900) for $444.24 -> now $468.12. Shipping is free.

Alternatively, Walmart.com has 2000W Champion Power Equipment Ultralight Dual Fuel Inverter Generator (200959) for $444.24 -> now $468.12. Shipping is free.

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About this item (100900):
  • Using gasoline, produces 2000 starting watts and 1600 running watts. Using propane, it produces 1800 starting watts and 1440 running watts.
  • Operate your 2000-watt portable generator right out of the box on either gasoline or propane, plus at only 39 pounds, this inverter is one of the lightest 2000-watt inverters in the industry
  • With an ultra-quiet 53 dBA from 23 feet, enjoy 2000 starting watts, 1700 running watts and up to 11.5 hours run time on gasoline, and 1530 running watts and up to 34 hours on propane
  • The optional, sold-separately clip-on parallel kit enables this inverter to connect with another 2000-watt Champion inverter to double your output power
  • Includes two covered 120V 20A household outlets with clean electricity (less than 3% THD), a 12V automotive-style outlet, plus a handy dual port USB adapter
  • Includes 3-year limited warranty with FREE lifetime technical support from dedicated experts
  • Engine type: 4-Stroke

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Both Amazon [amazon.com] and Walmart [walmart.com] have the "same" 2000W dual fuel inverter generator for about $445. You can use your BBQ propane tank instead of gasoline as a fuel source. Propane is easier to store and less maintenance when compared to gasoline.

Yes, this should power most modern refrigerator and more. Yes this is inverter-based unit so it can throttle down when the load is not high and be less loud. No, don't plug this into your house and back feed it and potentially kill someone. Don't even think about powering your 3 to 5 tons air conditioning unit. This is not what this unit is for. This is one of the lightest (~40lb dry weight) and quieter (53db) generator available.
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zaarel asked this question on 09-07-2021 at 11:31 AM
09-07-2021 at 11:32 AM
Fridge/freezer compressors are all rated with LRA - Locked Rotor Amps. This is the "most" current it will draw at startup. LRA is marked on the compressor. Either look at the compressor or research what compressor your freezer has and the LRA rating. It may not draw full LRA bu it wil give you an idea of what it is required. You could alternate betwen freezers and no need to run them 24 hrs a day.


LRA - Locked Rotor Amps: The current you can expect under starting conditions when you apply full voltage. It occurs instantly during start up. RLA - Rated Load Amps: The maximum current a compressor should draw under any operating conditions.
Fred001 asked this question on 09-07-2021 at 11:33 AM
09-07-2021 at 11:33 AM
Wouldn’t hurt.
kmcdoc99 asked this question on 09-07-2021 at 11:44 AM
09-07-2021 at 11:44 AM
These will not power a rooftop ac.
but will power the rest of the camper ok.
Matthew08 asked this question on 09-13-2021 at 06:12 AM

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keep in mind that when running on propane, you aren't getting the full 2kw peak. That rating is using gas. propane produces 10-15% less. Not a deal breaker for most, just something to know before going into if you are planning to max it out.
I've used a Duromax XP2000EH for three years now. I have over 400 hours on it. I've used I through three major hurricanes now in Louisiana for 5+ days straight during each.

On propane, I can run a normal refrigerator/freezer and a 5k BTU window unit. With various other electronics. Normally get around 12h on a 20lb tank.
Note the Amazon model includes the 12v adaptor, and the Walmart model swaps it for the set of USB charging ports.

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Note the Amazon model includes the 12v adaptor, and the Walmart model swaps it for the set of USB charging ports.
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I've used a Duromax XP2000EH for three years now. I have over 400 hours on it. I've used I through three major hurricanes now in Louisiana for 5+ days straight during each.

On propane, I can run a normal refrigerator/freezer and a 5k BTU window unit. With various other electronics. Normally get around 12h on a 20lb tank.
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Deals on dual fuel versions of these 2000W class generators are far and few between. This is a great price (a few other places have it for about the same). For a long time, the Champion 1700W running, 2000W peak (on gas) generators weren't much cheaper than the Champion generators rated for 1850W running, 2500W starting. I have one of the 2500W peak Champions, but now that there is a $150 difference I wouldn't pay the extra $ to get 150 Watts more of running/continuous power.
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Deals on dual fuel versions of these 2000W class generators are far and few between. This is a great price (a few other places have it for about the same). For a long time, the Champion 1700W running, 2000W peak (on gas) generators weren't much cheaper than the Champion generators rated for 1850W running, 2500W starting. I have one of the 2500W peak Champions, but now that there is a $150 difference I wouldn't pay the extra $ to get 150 Watts more of running/continuous power.
Absolutely the same motor. Probably slightly different inverter. Great deal for sure.
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I've been tracking this price for a while and just pulled the trigger. I have a much larger generator that is way too loud. All I really want is to be able to run the fridge during extended outages.
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Thanks for posting. I bought the one from Walmart because it has the dual USB ports. Same price and free shipping. It even looks better as it isn't all banana yellow. Champion Power Equipment 200959.
I believe everything else is the same.

Bought it to run the fan on my wood burning stove insert through the night if power is out. Those things light up like Christmas if the fan goes out.
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Been looking for a generator for awhile and ready to pull the trigger. Is the 12v port better to have than dual USB since you can just put the adapter in the 12v slot? Not sure what else to use a 12v port for. Thoughts?
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For anyone looking, here is the Walmart one in black.
Champion Power Equipment 2000-Watt Dual Fuel Portable Inverter Generator

http://www.walmart.com/ip/Champio.../797321959
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Pull the trigger. Oddly enough I'm in New Orleans right now and gas lines are off the chain. A week without power.
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Pull the trigger. Oddly enough I'm in New Orleans right now and gas lines are off the chain. A week without power.
I evacuated to Alabama. Bought a big, 8750 starting watt, inverter generator from Harbor Freight but it's open frame (loud) and gas only. I can buy an after market propane conversion but don't think I'll bother. This is a great deal but can't bring myself to buy a second generator when I've already spent a ton of money in the last week prepping to go back.
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I evacuated to Alabama. Bought a big, 8750 starting watt, inverter generator from Harbor Freight but it's open frame (loud) and gas only. I can buy an after market propane conversion but don't think I'll bother. This is a great deal but can't bring myself to buy a second generator when I've already spent a ton of money in the last week prepping to go back.
I place the order because it had a deal for $88 a month for 5 months. With a payment of 133 at shipment which is September 17th. But I might cancel alot of reviews of it being hard to start on propane giving me 2nd thoughts.
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Sportsman 2200 dual dual is also on rollback at 449: http://www.walmart.com/ip/Sportsm.../701680657
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Not sure which one is better... noise level is abt same. One has higher power and one is lighter.
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