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Champion Power Equipment 7500-Watt Dual Fuel Portable Generator

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The Champion Power Equipment 100165 7500-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. 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 439cc Champion engine produces 9375 starting watts and 7500 running watts, and will run for 8 hours at 50% load when the 6.1-gallon fuel tank is full. It produces 8400 starting watts and 6750 running watts, and will run for 5.5 hours at 50% load when using a 20-pound propane tank.

  • Dual Fuel - operate your 7500-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 439cc 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 - 9375 starting watts and 7500 running watts on gasoline and 8400 starting watts and 6750 running watts on propane
  • 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
  • Trust Volt Guard built-in surge protector to prevent overloads
  • Plenty of outlets are available - 120V 30A locking outlet (L5-30R), 120/240V 30A locking outlet (L14-30R), (4) 120V 20A GFCI protected household outlets (5-20R)
  • Foldaway U-shaped handle makes it easy to store
  • Never-flat tires in the included wheel kit make transport a cinch
  • Included is a 3.3-foot propane hose with a built-in regulator
  • EPA certified and CARB compliant generator
  • 3-year limited warranty with free lifetime technical support from dedicated experts

Specification Description
Product Type: Portable Generators
Power Type: Propane
Engine: Champion/OHV
CARB Compliant: Yes
Type: Portable
Voltage Rating: 120/240 V
Warranty: 3 Year Limited
Run Time: Gasoline - up to 8.0 hr. at 50% load; Propane - up to 5.5 hr. at 50% load on standard 20# cylinder
Application: Recreational, Emergency
Fuel Capacity: 6.1 gal.
Product Length: 27-13/16 in.
Current Rating: 28.1-78.1 A
Product Width: 28-11/16 in.
Product Weight: 202.4 lb.
Product Height: 26-3/8 in.
Brand: Champion Power Equipment
Wheel Kit: Yes
Starting: Electric, Recoil
Power Rating: 9375/6750 W
Manufacturer Part Number 100165
Champion Power Equipment 7500-Watt Dual Fuel Portable Generator is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 132.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good product, starts easy runs great, plenty of power. Bought in preparation for Hurricane Season.
Date published: 2018-07-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from i would buy this pruduct again and aigin out of the box, took us 10min to put together and not one problem. Run for just over 20 hour right out of the box!
Date published: 2018-06-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Sturdy feeling The generator feels well made. Setup was easy, going to finish with break in run today. So far happy with product.
Date published: 2018-06-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Power in no time! I was pleasantly surprised at how quick and easy the setup is on this unit. Great job by the company on including everything you need to get started (wheel kit, engine oil, LP hose and regulator). In less than 30 minutes the unit was unpacked, setup and ready to go. I ran the unit on LP gas and was very impressed at how easily and quickly the unit started, especially for the very first time. Hooked up a voltage meter to check the built in meter and it is right on the money. Tested multiple power tools and lights with no issues. I will be hooking this up as a standby generator to power my home and I am sure I will be able to power all of my needs with this unit. Great price for an excellent unit. On the issue of noise, I noticed some reviews that said this generator was a bit noisy. When I compared the specs for this unit to a Honda generator of the same size, this unit is only one decibel louder than the Honda unit. Very nice!
Date published: 2018-06-26
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I need to run a small freezer, refrigerator and furnace fan. Can this generator handle this and what usage of either/both fuels

Asked by: NancyR
This unit is large enough to run all three items at the same time on either fuel type.
Answered by: Champion Power Expert
Date published: 2018-04-08

Will this generator supply enough power to run 2 houses (2 furnaces, 2 fridges and 2 freezers plus minimal lights) in a Southern Ontario winter?

Asked by: IanMcM
My suggestion is to find out the wattage draw of your furnaces, fridges, and freezers then add them up to compare against the machines provided rating. This is just to vague to be answered with any certainty. All of your appliances have name plates with electrical information such as voltage and amperage draws. Gather this information and contact us at SUPPORT@CPEAUTO.COM for further assistance.
Answered by: Champion Power Expert
Date published: 2018-04-08

Can this generator run a 3ton A/C and a small freezer and refrigerator?

Asked by: Tinkerbell19
The machine is not likely to start and run a central AC. Please contact the AC manufacturer to get the required initial startup wattage and continuous run wattage. Then compare them to the provided generator rating to see if it is a fit.
Answered by: Champion Power Expert
Date published: 2018-05-24

Are there any known issues or would it void the warranty if I have my farm propane company provide a quick connect to my farm LP tank for a longer supply?

Asked by: Quailhaven
These machines are commonly hooked up to larger propane tanks. The machine requires 1/2 PSI with a flow rate of 152,000 BTU/hr. Your propane supplier can run this regulated line for you to the generator's location.
Answered by: Champion Power Expert
Date published: 2018-06-15

Do you know the optimum RPM that's required for the generator to provide the running wattage ?

Asked by: Dipstick6669
The RPM is not directly related to the voltage or amperage the machine produces. Instead it is related to the frequency. This generator will run at a consistent 3,600 RPM to create 60 revolutions a second, for the necessary 60Hz we use in North America. If you have further questions, please email us at SUPPORT@CPEAUTO.COM. We will be happy to discuss further.
Answered by: Champion Power Expert
Date published: 2018-04-08

Can it be converted to use natural gas rather than propane?

Asked by: etuck
No, this machine will not run on natural gas. It is designed to run on propane or gasoline only. We cannot recommend or encourage the modification of the generator in this fashion as it will void your emissions warranty. We have been advised by environmental agencies that unless we have certified the emissions after conversion with them, we can no longer make the recommendation. The conversion company will have this responsibility. We are very sorry as we understand how common of a request this is. Unfortunately, ever changing environmental restrictions are being placed on manufacturers and our hands are tied.
Answered by: Champion Power Expert
Date published: 2018-06-07

I have an RV with a 50 AMP plug/wire.  Would I be able to use this with a 30 amp step down to power my camper? if not is there an equivalent priced one that can handle it?  This is our first RV and I don't want to mess anything up. 

Asked by: Matt0209
Hello Matt, If your RV has a 50A connection, that means it can accept UP TO 50A. If the generator has a 30A outlet on it and you are adapting down, you will be using less than the maximum your RV can accept. You will be receiving 30A instead of 50A. All this means is you have less power available. 240V at 50A is 12,000 watts. So to get a full 50A from a generator, you will need a very big one. In short, there is no issue ever adapting down to something as you will be using less than its expected maximum capacity.
Answered by: Champion Power Expert
Date published: 2018-05-21

Will this generator run on Natural Gas?

Asked by: papamc37
This generator is not equipped to run on natural gas, but there are third party conversion kits on the market for this.
Answered by: TSCJenny
Date published: 2018-04-08
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