|Max output power (W)||1100|
|Rated output power (W)||1000|
|Rated frequency (Hz)||50/60|
|Rated voltage (V)||110.120/220.230.240|
|Noise level rated load dB(A)/7M||60|
|Phase||Rare earth permanent-magnet,
100% copper winding
|Engine type||2-stroke reed valve, forced air cooled|
|Rotation speed (RPM)||2600~3600 (Adjustable)|
|Fuel tank capacity (L)||4.2|
|Continuous running time (hr)||6.0 (At rated output)|
|Packaging||Standard export colorful carton|
|Control panel||950 style|
|Packing size L*W*H (mm)||390 x 320 x330|
|CNet / Gross weight (kg)||13.5 / 14.5 (+Frame: 15 / 16)|
|Spark Plug||Champion 431-1 RC14YC|
- Never operate a generator indoors. Generators produce deadly carbon monoxide fumes and should never be operated indoors. Operate generators outdoors in well ventilated areas and away from doors and windows. Consider using a carbon monoxide detector to make sure the gas is not coming indoors.
- Never connect a portable generator directly to your home’s wiring without a professionally installed transfer switch. Electricity can flow back along power lines and harm workers making repairs or people who touch downed power lines.
- Read and follow all manufacturers’ instructions on the safe operation of the generator.
- Use only properly sized, three prong extension cords that are in good condition.
- Plug in one piece of equipment at a time. Start with the item that uses the most electricity.
- Unplug all equipment from the generator before turning it off.
- Operate the generator on a firm, level surface to prevent engine damage.
- Make sure you add oil to the generator before starting it.
- Use a fuel stabilizer if the generator is not going to be used for more than one month to prevent damage due to the formation of fuel gum and deposits.