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53EC38 100110 UNSPSC # 26111604

Portable Generator, Conventional, Generator Fuel Type Gasoline, Generator Rated Watts 9,200 W

  • Item # 53EC38
  • Mfr. Model # 100110
  • UNSPSC # 26111604
  • Catalog Page # N/A
Country of Origin China. Country of Origin is subject to change.

Champion portable generators are suitable for a range of uses, from powering RVs and campers to home backup during an outage. They feature cold start technology for easy starts in cold weather and Voltmeter to monitor power output. Dual-fuel models can run on either gasoline or propane gas for a versatile choice.

Portable generators are standalone power sources that can be carried or rolled to supply primary or back-up power when electricity is unavailable or insufficient. They burn gasoline, propane gas, or another fuel to generate electrical energy for running equipment during power outages or in remote settings. Inverter generators have an electronic alternator that manages power flow to deliver higher quality power and better fuel efficiency than conventional generators. They also require less maintenance and are lighter and smaller for easier transport and storage.

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Portable Generator, Conventional, Generator Fuel Type Gasoline, Generator Rated Watts 9,200 W

  • Item # 53EC38
  • Mfr. Model # 100110
  • UNSPSC # 26111604
  • Catalog Page # N/A
Country of Origin China. Country of Origin is subject to change.

Champion portable generators are suitable for a range of uses, from powering RVs and campers to home backup during an outage. They feature cold start technology for easy starts in cold weather and Voltmeter to monitor power output. Dual-fuel models can run on either gasoline or propane gas for a versatile choice.

Portable generators are standalone power sources that can be carried or rolled to supply primary or back-up power when electricity is unavailable or insufficient. They burn gasoline, propane gas, or another fuel to generate electrical energy for running equipment during power outages or in remote settings. Inverter generators have an electronic alternator that manages power flow to deliver higher quality power and better fuel efficiency than conventional generators. They also require less maintenance and are lighter and smaller for easier transport and storage.

Technical Specs

  • Item Portable Generator
  • Portable Generator Technology Conventional
  • Generator Fuel Type Gasoline
  • Generator Rated Watts 9,200 W
  • Surge Watts 11,500 W
  • Generator Engine Brand Champion
  • Generator Voltage 120/240V AC
  • Generator Amps 76.7/38.3
  • Generator Starter Type Electric/Recoil
  • Generator Run Time @ 1/2 Load 10.0 hr
  • Generator Outlets 14-50R 120/240V AC 50A, 5-20R 120V AC 20A GFCI Duplex (2), L14-30R 120/240V AC 30A Locking
  • Parallel Configuration Capable No
  • Engine Displacement 459 cc
  • Engine HP 17 hp
  • Sound Level dB 74 dBA
  • Fuel Tank Capacity 7.7 gal
  • Wheel Kit Included Yes
  • Air Cleaner Type Foam
  • Low Oil Shut Down Yes
  • Engine Alternator Brush
  • Circuit Breaker Yes
  • Full Power Switch No
  • Run Time Hour Meter Yes
  • Cylinder Material Cast Iron
  • Includes Battery, Oil Funnel, Owner's Manual, Quick Start Guide, Engine Oil, Wheel Kit
  • Generator Mfr. Warranty Details 3 yr Limited
  • CARB Compliant Yes
  • Standards CARB, EPA
  • Series Victory
  • Generator Height 26 3/8 in
  • Length 27 11/16 in
  • Width 27 5/8 in
  • Weight 213 lb
  • Generator Surge Watts Range 7,500 and Up
  • Generator Rated Watts Range 6,000 and Up

Champion portable generators are suitable for a range of uses, from powering RVs and campers to home backup during an outage. They feature cold start technology for easy starts in cold weather and Voltmeter to monitor power output. Dual-fuel models can run on either gasoline or propane gas for a versatile choice.

Portable generators are standalone power sources that can be carried or rolled to supply primary or back-up power when electricity is unavailable or insufficient. They burn gasoline, propane gas, or another fuel to generate electrical energy for running equipment during power outages or in remote settings. Inverter generators have an electronic alternator that manages power flow to deliver higher quality power and better fuel efficiency than conventional generators. They also require less maintenance and are lighter and smaller for easier transport and storage.

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