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Champion Power Equipment 1400W Multipurpose Portable Generator

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The Champion Power Equipment 42432 1400W Multipurpose Portable Generator is the perfect "What if?" generator when you're in a pinch or need "just enough" power such as RV use, camping, tailgating, boating, hunting, weekend trips, family vacations and small jobs around the house. The generator produces 1800 starting watts and 1400 running watts. This unit also makes a great solution during an emergency to power a few essential items you need in a power outage: lights, microwave, fan, TV, modem/router, cell phone charger, etc. (Note: this unit is not recommended for emergency home backup for powering air conditioners, stoves, furnaces or sump pumps.) The 1400W Multipurpose Portable Generator operates at 65 dBA from 23 ft. and has a run time of up to 10 hours on a full tank of gasoline at 50% load. The generator features V-Guard, a built-in surge protector which protects your appliances from any spikes in voltage above a safe threshold, as well as Cold Start technology which optimizes the generator to start easily in cold weather. The generator is portable and comes in a durable steel frame. The 1400W Multipurpose Portable Generator comes with a 120V 20A household outlet (5-20R). The unit also comes with a voltmeter: displays power output from the generator. The 1400W Multipurpose Portable Generator is powered by a 80cc Champion single-cylinder OHV engine with a 1.5 gal. fuel tank, 0.4 qt. oil capacity (recommended 10W-30) and automatic low oil shut-off sensor.

  • 1800 starting watts, 1400 running watts with up to 10 hours run time on a full tank of gasoline
  • Powered by a reliable 80cc Champion engine with Cold Start, optimized to start easily in cold weather
  • Outlets: 120V 20A household outlet with voltmeter, controls and monitors stable power
  • Rugged: Durable steel frame
  • 3 year limited warranty with free lifetime technical support
  • 50-state/CARB compliant

Note: This product may require up to 2 additional days for order processing prior to shipping

Specification Description
Product Type: Portable Generators
Application: Recreational, Emergency
CARB Compliant: Yes
Current Rating: 10:00 AM
Fuel Capacity: 1.5 gal.
Power Rating: 1800/1400 W
Product Height: 15 in.
Product Weight: 55.1 lb.
Product Width: 14-5/8 in.
Run Time: 10 hr. at 50% load
Starting: Recoil
Type: Portable
Voltage Rating: 120 V
Warranty: 3 Year Limited
Wheel Kit: No
Brand: Champion Power Equipment
Power Type: Gas
Engine: Champion OHV
Product Length: 17-11/16 in.
Manufacturer Part Number 42432
Champion Power Equipment 1400W Multipurpose Portable Generator is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 340.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great little generator I bought this when mine went out and it worked like a champ.
Date published: 2018-12-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good Little Unit Purchased this to help extended family and friends after tornado.. Put in oil and gas and it ran perfectly. Handy size to move from site to site and carry by one person. Big enough for a single refrigerator or freezer, small electric heater... a few lights through the night etc. , I have a larger unit for bigger loads but it's not easily moved around. Called ahead and the store held unit for my wife to drive in to get it while I loaded other equipment and headed out to damged areas
Date published: 2018-12-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great little Generator Great little generator that works well for our needs. Great to go campong with, and its compact size.
Date published: 2018-11-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from tough little son of a gun bought it for running a battery charger and heater in a bldg that lost power due to a downed pole. Runs both with no problem, the heater is a torpedo type so it's only a fan but starts right up everytime and works fine.
Date published: 2018-11-30
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Im trying to use two 4ft. flourescent lights with this generator. One is an older one with F40 bulbs, the other is brand new and uses 32w T8 bulbs. My problem, the older light flickers and will not burn constant, the new light works perfect. Suggestions? 

Asked by: Camino82
The older bulbs may be more sensitive to fluctuation in frequency. The engine is mechanically governed at 3,600 RPM. This means it revs up hits the limiter and bounces back slightly. With a very light load on the generator, this fluctuation may be noticeable in your lights. Try loading the genreator up just a bit more. Maybe put another 300 watt load on it. This may help settle the RPM. Much like how a pickup truck rides much smoother when the bed is full.
Answered by: Champion Power Expert
Date published: 2017-02-16

i am looking to purchase this 1400-1800 watt generator..possiblely getting a camper and am wondering if it will run a small window A/C, Lights, CD player etc. Thanks.

Asked by: kyrelee
We would suggest a slightly larger generator if you are planning on running an AC unit. This size generator is otherwise perfect for things like lights, radios, TVs, fans. Even a small portable space heater will draw up to 1,500 watts on full power.
Answered by: Champion Power Expert
Date published: 2017-06-29

I have a very small ac unit. Only 5050 BTU Would this be enough to start it and run it?

Asked by: Ashwats86
Possibly. Most of these types of AC units will run at below 1,400 watts but may require more than 1,800 watts to start. Check with the portable AC unit manufacturer to find out the necessary peak wattage to start the AC unit.
Answered by: Champion Power Expert
Date published: 2017-09-05

I am thinking of buying this generator to power my music equipment which is a 800 watt amp and CD players or a computer will it do a good job for me 

Asked by: Dorse
I would recommend a generator that uses an automatic voltage regulator or an inverter for use with a computer. This machine would be fine for stereo equipment, tailgates, parties, etc.
Answered by: Champion Power Expert
Date published: 2018-08-22

Would this generator be able to run a refrigerator? Also how much does it weigh?

Asked by: Valero86
Yes. The generator weighs 55.1lbs.
Answered by: Champion Power Expert
Date published: 2018-06-06

Will this run my RV air condition plus a tv

Asked by: 1123
It is very unlikely this will power any rooftop AC unit which are typically 13,500 BTU or larger. You should have a generator with at least 3,100 watts of starting/peak power.
Answered by: Champion Power Expert
Date published: 2018-07-05

Will this run a regular household side by side refridgerator.

Asked by: Rocky0971
Yes.
Answered by: Champion Power Expert
Date published: 2017-10-31

I bought a utility pump to work as a backup to my sump pump. The specs are as follows, 120 Volts, 245 Watts, 1/3 HP, and a 4 Amp motor. The pump has an auto shut off so it does not run unless water is present. Would this generator be able to run it well?

Asked by: Donnie247
Hello Donnie247, To find wattage, we use the formula AMPS x VOLTS = WATTS. If the pump motor requires 120V at 4A, then i think this is more like a 480 watt draw. However, this total might be the peak wattage draw on startup. The 245 watt rating could be the continuous draw after start up. You may want to confirm with the manufacturer. If the pumps power draw is within the generators rating, it should run fine. Just be sure to factor in the higher power draw on startup for electrical driven motors like this. Thank you.
Answered by: Champion Power Expert
Date published: 2018-10-25
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