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Dual Fuel Operate your 8000-watt portable generator right out of the box on either gasoline or propane, plus the unit holds 1.2-quarts of oil included and has a low oil shut-off sensor. Electric start Power up the 459cc Champion engine with the handy toggle switch, battery included. Intelligauge Keep track of voltage, hertz and run-time hours to easily monitor power output and track maintenance intervals. Powerful At 10,000 starting watts and 8000 running watts on gasoline and 9025 starting watts and 7250 running watts on propane, trust Volt Guard built-in surge protector to prevent overloads. Champion Support Includes 3-year limited warranty with FREE lifetime technical support from dedicated experts
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Champion has years of experience providing dependable and durable power products designed and engineered in the US for the North American and world markets. For home, work or play, Champion products are the standard of performance excellence. We make the power that makes your life easier.
Champion s ultra-powerful 8000-watt generator with electric start features Dual Fuel, allowing the 459cc engine to run on either gasoline or propane. Featuring Intelligauge, Volt Guard and Cold Start Technology, it provides up to 8 hours of run time on gasoline or 8 hours on propane.
The Champion Power Equipment 100297 8000-Watt Dual Fuel Portable Generator is the perfect combination of versatility and convenience. Whether you need power for your home or next project, Champion Power Equipment makes powering your life more convenient than ever. The convenient electric start includes a battery, plus Cold Start Technology ensures a quick start in cold weather. Easily monitor power output and track maintenance intervals with Intelligauge, which allows you to keep track of voltage, hertz and run-time hours. Designed with a low oil shut-off sensor, this unit includes 1.2-quarts of 10W-30 oil. Operate your Dual-Fuel generator right out of the box on gasoline or propane, and easily switch fuels with our patented fuel selector switch that allows for safe switching between fuel sources. Using gasoline, the 459cc Champion engine produces 10,000 starting watts and 8000 running watts, and will run for 8 hours at 50 load when the 6.1-gallon fuel tank is full. It produces 9025 starting watts and 7250 running watts, and will run for 5 hours at 50 load when using a 20-pound propane tank. Also included is a 3.3-foot propane hose with a built-in regulator. With a noise level of 74 dBA from 23 feet, which is a bit louder than a vacuum, this machine can provide home backup in an outage, plus the Volt Guard built-in surge protector prevents overloads and keeps your equipment safe. Plenty of outlets are available, with a 120V 30A locking outlet L5-30R , a 120 240V 30A locking outlet L14-30R as well as four 120V 20A GFCI protected household outlets 5-20R . Champion s thoughtful packaging and clear directions make setup hassle free, plus the foldaway U-shaped handle makes it easy to store, while the never-flat tires in the included wheel kit make transport a cinch. Buy this EPA certified and CARB compliant generator with confidence Champion Support and our nationwide network of service centers will back up your purchase with a 3-year limited warranty and FREE lifetime technical support.
Customer reviewsVery happy with this purchase
This was simple to set up. The instructions that accompany are easy to follow, and have a wealth of information for maintaining and operating the generator. I added the included motor oil, hooked up the battery, put a couple gallons of premium fuel in the tank, selected full choke, hit the start button, and it was running in about two seconds. Very impressive. We live in the country with a well for our water supply. That makes electricity critical to our comfort in a power outage. We built our house with the separate breaker box and hookups for a generator, so only had to plug the unit in and flip the switch. We loaded up every circuit possible, and didn t challenge this generator in the least. I watched the Hz readout closely, and it remained constant at 60-62 Hz, so we are comfortable using our electronics while this is running. After running the house for a couple of hours to test everything, I hooked up a 100 LP tank, switched the fuel source, selected 1 2 choke, and it started instantly. As far as how it runs, I could not tell the difference between gas and LP. The main reason we wanted a dual fuel unit, is if there is an extensive power outage, gasoline could be hard to aquire, and if we try to store it in bulk, it can be expensive, and unsafe in or near the house. Add to that how gas deteriorates after only a short time, and propane looks much better. For now, we have a storage building that is off grid, so the generator will be used for lights and the tractor block heater, and be readily available if we lose power at the house.