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Champion Power Equipment 100692 2000W Portable Inverter Gas Generator EXPIRED

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Features:
  • Starting Wattage: 2000W
  • Running Wattage: 1700W
  • Engine: 4-stroke 79cc OHV
  • Fuel Tank: 1.1 Gallon
  • Run Time: Up To 11.5 Hours
  • Assembly Required: No
  • Product Dimensions: 17.3" x 11.5" x 17.7"
  • Included Items: USB Adapter, Battery Charging Cables, Engine Oil, Oil Funnel

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freedafeng asked this question on 12-03-2021 at 12:14 PM
12-03-2021 at 12:14 PM
Yes, but an "or" not an "and". You can run a refrigerator or gas furnace, but not both at the same time. You will need a way to get power to the furnace as they are usually hard wired to the electrical panel. I use an "ez generator" manual transfer switch.

BTW, these inverter generators work great for tailgating with a dorm size microwave.
12-03-2021 at 12:14 PM
A gas furnace should use around 500-700 watts peak. A typical modern refrigerator will probably be in the same range, but will vary more depending on size and energy efficiency.
mickey8mickey asked this question on 12-03-2021 at 12:34 PM
12-03-2021 at 12:34 PM
Doesn't appear to be: https://www.championpowerequipment.com/product/100692-2000-watt-inverter/
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Great deal. I got mine for 430 and it's worth it. Runs smooth and quiet. And enough juice to hold you over if the power goes out
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Great deal here, even cheaper than Woot had it for last month.
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2000 Watt
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Is this a dual fuel model?
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Quote from mickey8mickey :
Is this a dual fuel model?
Doesn't appear to be: https://www.championpowerequipmen...-inverter/
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I noticed sams club has a champion and Westinghouse generator at pretty good prices. I was tempted to get one, but not sure I'd really use it except in rare power outages, plus the champion had no wheels, which to me is a deal breaker

$450 WGen5300DFv dual fuel
$370 Champion 3500w / 4750w dual fuel
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Can I run a gas furnace and a refrigerator on it?
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Quote from freedafeng :
Can I run a gas furnace and a refrigerator on it?
Yes, but an "or" not an "and". You can run a refrigerator or gas furnace, but not both at the same time. You will need a way to get power to the furnace as they are usually hard wired to the electrical panel. I use an "ez generator" manual transfer switch.

BTW, these inverter generators work great for tailgating with a dorm size microwave.
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Can I run a gas furnace and a refrigerator on it?
A gas furnace should use around 500-700 watts peak. A typical modern refrigerator will probably be in the same range, but will vary more depending on size and energy efficiency.
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has anyone tried paralleling these with the really old champion 2000 watt model?
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I noticed sams club has a champion and Westinghouse generator at pretty good prices. I was tempted to get one, but not sure I'd really use it except in rare power outages, plus the champion had no wheels, which to me is a deal breaker

$450 WGen5300DFv dual fuel
$370 Champion 3500w / 4750w dual fuel
This one has an inverter and I would suspect at those prices the Sam's ones do not. Inverters ramp the generator up and down based on needed output and saves fuel.
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Quote from freedafeng :
Can I run a gas furnace and a refrigerator on it?
Depends on size. My furnace is about 1050W running and 1720W starting. (Granted this is the blower on the furnace plus the circulation fan on what in summer is a 5T unit for scale factor). 1/4hp go by is supposedly 600W/1000W

Refrigerators will vary a lot depending on Energy Star vs old and if they have inverters running the compressor. I've only "seen" mine draw 240W peak using my clamp meter but 200W running 800W starting for Energy Star supposed to be "typical".

My chest freezer was about 120W running and 840W starting which is more typical.
I have a dual fuel open frame inverter 3500W on the way from Walmart
I was looking at this one because light for camping/tailgating but wish it were dual fuel because I don't like messing with gas in carburetors of infrequently used stuff anymore.
Cheers.
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This one has an inverter and I would suspect at those prices the Sam's ones do not. Inverters ramp the generator up and down based on needed output and saves fuel.
Yeah that comparison doesn't even make sense. Those are dual fuel open frames and this is a gasoline only enclosed invertor.
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