Rabu, 25 September 2013

Power Pro Technology 56405 4050-Watt 212cc 7-HP Gas-Powered Portable Generator with Wheel Kit

Power Pro Technology 56405 4050-Watt 212cc 7-HP Gas-Powered Portable Generator with Wheel Kit

  • 4050-watt electric generator with 3.1-gallon fuel tank; runs 10 hours at half load
  • Control panel provides 4 120-volt 3-prong receptacles and a 120-volt twist-lock receptacle
  • 4-stroke OHV single-cylinder engine with forced-air cooling system
  • Includes NEMA L14-30 plug, spark plug wrench, wheel kit, and instruction manual
  • Measures approximately 24 by 19 by 18.5 inches; 2-year limited warranty

All-purpose 4050-watt electric generator with mobility kit for smooth portability. view larger Control panel with 4 120-volt 3-prong receptacles, a 120-volt twist-lock receptacle, and more. view larger Power Pro Technology 4050-Watt Portable Gas Generator Keep the family safe during power outages with an all-purpose portable electric generator from Power Pro Technologies, the 4050-watt unit. This compact gas-powered generator features a rugged 212cc, 7HP air cooled OHV engine that supplies the necessary muscle to turn the alternator at 3600RPM for 3250 rated watts of power. When you need extra power to start an appliance, the generator delivers 4050 watts of surge power. Look at the chart below for information on starting and running watts for the most common household and job-site equipment. The job site requires a generator that will power the equipment necessary to make building easier and stronger. This generator will power the saws, drills and other equipment a worker needs. If an emergency arises and power is needed in and around the house, the Power Pro 4050-watt generator is there to supply electricity to the critical appliances. The generators can also be used at sporting and social events as well as outdoor recreation activities. The generator is EPA approved and with its quiet muffler and spark arrestor, it is perfect for use in U.S. National Parks. Power Outlets and Features The Power Pro 4050-watt generator has a number of power receptacles. There are four 120-volt, 20 amp three-prong receptacles and a twist-lock, 120-volt, 30 amp receptacle for use with equipment that has a higher power draw. A digital hour counter, which accumulates the run time hours, helps in deciding on required maintenance. Starting the Power Pro 4050-watt generator is as easy as pulling a couple of times on the manual starter. In most cases one pull is all that is necessary. Once running, the generator stays stable on the ground thanks to the two rubber motor mounts, two wheels, and the solid 1-inch tubular frame. The 3.1-gallon fuel tank holds enough gas for 10 hours of run time at half load. The included mobility kit makes moving the generator a breeze. Should routine check of the lubricating oil level be missed, the low oil automatic shutdown feature prevents damage to the engine. In addition to the wheel kit, accessories include a NEMA L14-30 plug, spark plug wrench, and instruction manual. Note for California residents: The Power Pro 4050-watt generator does not meet CARB requirements. Units sold in California must be CARB compliant. Gas-powered generator with 3.1-gallon fuel tank (top view). view larger Powerful 212cc, 7HP air-cooled OHV engine (back view). view larger Muffler with spark arrester reduces engine noise (right side). view larger Smooth-rolling wheel kit with space-saving fold-down handles (left side). view larger Generator Specifications Model # 56405 Engine Displacement 212cc Horse Power 7 Engine Type OHV Fuel Type Gasoline Starting Method Manual Hour Counter Yes Low Oil Auto Shutdown Yes CARB Yes Fuel Tank Capacity 3.1 gallon Run Time 1/2 Load 10 Hours Noise Rating @ 23 ft 67 dB Spark Arrestor Yes Generator Voltage 120V Starting Watts 4050 Running Watts 3250 Outlets (4) 120V, 20A, 3-prong
(1) 120v, 30A Twist Lock Volt Meter No Circuit Resets Yes Mobility Kit Yes Warranty 2 Years Limited Warranty Tool and Appliance Wattage Guide When choosing a Generator, figure the total wattage of the tools and appliances you will need using this chart. The Running (Rated) Wattage corresponds to the maximum wattage the generator can output on a continuous basis. The Starting (Surge) wattage corresponds to the maximum amount of power the generator can output for a short period of time. Many electrical devices such as refrigerators require short bursts of extra power, in addition to the rated wattage listed by the device, to stop and start their motors. The surge wattage ability of the generator covers this extra power requirement. Critical Home Devices Device Running (Rated) Wattage + Starting (Surge) Wattage Electrical Water Heater (40 gal.) 4000 + 0 Hot Plate 2500 + 0 Electric Stove 1500 + 0 Window Air Conditioner 1200 + 1800 Microwave 1000 + 0 Well Water Pump 1000 + 1000 Sump Pump 800 + 1200 Refrigerator Freezer 800 + 1200 Furnace Blower 800 + 1300 Television 500 + 0 Deep Freezer 500 + 500 Box Fan 300 + 600 Clock Radio 300 + 0 Light Bulb 75 + 0 Critical Construction Devices Device Running (Rated) Wattage + Starting (Surge) Wattage Radial Arm Saw 2000 + 2000 Circular Saw 1500 + 1500 Air Compressor (1 HP) 1500 + 3000 Miter Saw 1200 + 1200 Reciprocating Saw 960 + 1040 Electric Drill 600 + 900 Note: The above chart is an estimation of common wattage by devices. Your device may have a different wattage requirement than listed on this chart. When allowing for Starting wattage, remember that not all devices will start at the same time.

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