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Promoted 05-08-2015 by brisar at 12:33 PM View Original Post
Factory Authorized Outlet via eBay has DuroMax 10000 Watt Hybrid Dual Fuel Portable Gas Propane Generator (XP10000EH) on Sale for $649.99. Shipping is Free. Thanks DJ3xclusive

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This Generator has earned 4.8 stars overall (out of possible 5) based on customer reviews at Amazon. - brisar

Our research indicates that this DuroMax 10000 Watt Hybrid Dual Fuel Portable Gas Propane Generator (XP10000EH) is $500 lower (43.5% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $1,150. - brisar

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DuroMax 10000 Watt Hybrid Dual Fuel Portable Gas Propane Generator - RV Standby

$649.99

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http://www.ebay.com/itm/400785406...EBIDX%3AIT
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Hmm, I kind of want this. But I just bought one of the smaller ones a few weeks ago...
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Bought one. Lowest price I've seen on it by $50. Was contemplating the Champion at Costco (I'm not a member) This does not have the Pure Sine Wave, however most of my TVs, etc already have a small UPS connected to them, so not really worried.

Free shipping, I don't even have to drive to the store. Win.
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Can I run a furnace, refrigerator, computer(s) and some lights off of this?
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would buy for CL but i dont think it would be so easy to make a sale ..

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Can I run a furnace, refrigerator, computer(s) and some lights off of this?
this genny can run a small house...
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Last edited by rgtorque May 8, 2015 at 10:20 AM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost
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Yeah a lot of craigslisters don't even have the 350 for the smaller generator
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Quote from highvoltz View Post :
Bought one. Lowest price I've seen on it by $50. Was contemplating the Champion at Costco (I'm not a member) This does not have the Pure Sine Wave, however most of my TVs, etc already have a small UPS connected to them, so not really worried.

Free shipping, I don't even have to drive to the store. Win.
correct me if I'm wrong (I'm no UPS expert just wondering) but what does a small UPS have to do with pure sine waves for your tv when using a generator...Since A pure sine UPS will not filter/correct inputting source (non-sine wave generator in this case), it will just cut off input and produce a new source of power, from battery, correct? if that is the case then since you have a small ups your battery will quickly die willn't it?
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Quote from scsiguru View Post :
Can I run a furnace, refrigerator, computer(s) and some lights off of this?
Amps = Volts * Watts


Without looking at the details here is a rough estimate (propane usually has less output).

10000 watts/120volts = 83 Amps.

So you can hook up (4) 20 amp breakers
or (5) 15amp ones.

It depends on the draw of your furnace. If it is electric probably not. You can hook up a lot of stuff with this probably 1-fridge (20 amp), 3 Light circuits(15 amp), 1 other 15 maybe 20 amp (computer/entertainment). This all depends on the load of each device on the line.
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Last edited by runfastman May 8, 2015 at 10:36 AM.
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Is this a good generator for continuous film lighting?
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Quote from runfastman View Post :
Amps = Volts * Watts


Without looking at the details here is a rough estimate (propane usually has less output).

10000 watts/120volts = 83 Amps.

So you can hook up (4) 20 amp breakers
or (5) 15amp ones.

It depends on the draw of your furnace. If it is electric probably not. You can hook up a lot of stuff with this probably 1-fridge (20 amp), 3 Light circuits(15 amp), 1 other 15 maybe 20 amp (computer/entertainment). This all depends on the load of each device on the line.
P=V*I Power (Watts)=Voltage (volts)*Current (Amps)
so Amps=Watts/Volts not Amps = Volts * Watts

Also you can hook up more than (4) 20 amp breaker since you will not have each breaker maxed out at 20 amps, better to look at what each appliance/light/other requires (as he states "This all depends on the load of each device on the line") than the overall breaker, since majority of time you are pulling less than the breaker ratings.

Also that is peak 10,000Watts and running 8,000Watts so better to look at the running when sizing
8000W/120V=66.7 Amps
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Last edited by dcalhoun122089 May 8, 2015 at 10:58 AM.
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Quote from runfastman View Post :
Amps = Volts * Watts


Without looking at the details here is a rough estimate (propane usually has less output).

10000 watts/120volts = 83 Amps.

So you can hook up (4) 20 amp breakers
or (5) 15amp ones.

It depends on the draw of your furnace. If it electric probably not. You can hook up a lot of stuff with this probably 1-fridge (20 amp), 3 Light circuits(15 amp), 1 other 15 maybe 20 amp (computer/entertainment).

That is all assuming that those circuits are fully loaded --- you likely could run _MOST_ items in your house without an issue as most lights and appliances don't draw that much current. Most breakers are not running near there limit ( nor should they be ).

A typical light fixture with 4 60 watt bulbs will draw roughly 2 amps. Put in CFL or LED and that number drops considerably. In my case - when my family is home and kids are running room to room leaving on lights the typical lighting only draw is around 12 amps.

With an 83 amp budget you should be just fine everything minus an electric stove / stovetop / electric furnace / AC. If you want to run ONE of those you are likely going to use 50-70% of the generator capacity and you will need to adjust the rest of your usage downward ( turn off most lights for example ) to make sure you are not running at the limits. Also be careful of allowing the electric furnace to run while using the stove...

If you have gas heat then then the furnace load is just a fan -- so you only need to figure about 5 amps instead.
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Just picked this up!
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