How "clean" is the power from this unit?
In the event of a power failure I'll be using this to power a plasma TV, PC and other electronics. Although I use surge protectors, I'm concerned about the actual voltage this unit puts out. Using the 120-volt outlets, what is the average voltage fluctuation (example: +/- 10%)? Thanks in advance for your answer.
asked 4 years, 10 months ago
- Houston, TX
on "Powerhorse Portable Generator - 4,000 Surge Watts, 3,100 Rated Watts"
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The generator has less than 5% total harmonic distortion, which is required with voltage sensitive equipment. The amps that the generator will vary depending on the watts that are being pulled. At the running watts it will pull 25.83 amps and at the surge 33.33 amps. The volts will not fluctuate.
answered 4 years, 8 months ago
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Powerhorse advertises this generator produces less than 5% harmonic distortion. I haven't found any voltage fluctuation to be a problem for me in my use. It runs steadily and smoothly while in operation.
answered 10 months ago
- Snellville, GA.
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