Portable Generator Provides Power in Areas Without Reliable Access to the Grid

The portable generator is suitable for use in remote locations and areas without reliable access to the grid.

The portable generator is suitable for use in remote locations and areas without reliable access to the grid.

Larson Electronics LLC has released a portable generator that features an electric start and 7.0 horsepower gas-powered engine. This portable generator is suitable for use in remote locations, such as temporary camps, construction sites, military bases and areas without reliable access to the grid.

The Larson Electronics GPG-4KW-1P-120.240 is a portable, gas powered generator with a 7.0 horsepower, air cooled overhead engine. It features a 4-gallon fuel tank with an EZ-pull recoil start, that can produce 3,300 watts of power and 4,000 watts at its peak. Its all steel tank provides up to 8 hours of runtime at half load and can power electronic devices such as lights, laptops, and appliances. The tank also has a readable fuel gauge for operational monitoring. This portable generator has multiple receptacle options, including two fully protected 120 Volt, 20 Amp, 60 Hz-NEMA 5-20R outlets and one 120 Volt, 30 Amp, 60 Hz-NEMA L5-30 twist-lock outlet.

Features include oil-shut off safeguards to protect the engine, an integrated circuit breaker to prevent system overload, and a spark arrester to prevent flammable debris from expelling from the generator while in operation. These features allow this unit to be used in outdoor areas and hazardous locations. An automatic voltage regulator helps this generator produce clean power and keeps it EPA approved. The GPG-4KW-1P-120.240 has a steel frame with four-point fully isolated motor mounts. A full power panel houses all of the power and monitoring features. Its recharging options offer flexibility in environments where access to reliable power sources are limited.

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