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BEEM Portable Propane Inverter Generator - 3400 Surge Watts, 3200 Rated Watts, Camo Pattern, Model# MO4000P

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The BEEM Portable Propane Inverter Generator with electric start lets you take safe, reliable power virtually anywhere without the mess and hassle of burning gas. Inverter technology allows for safely operating sensitive electronics, such as computers, TVs, air conditioners and more. Start Type Electric/recoil, Low Oil Shutdown Yes, HP 7.6, Surge Watts 3,400, Engine 4-stroke, single cylinder, Noise Level dB 54-64, Rated Watts 3,200, Run Time Up to 100 nonstop hrs, Fuel Type Propane, Receptacles qty. 2 120V 20A GFCI outlets, 1 30A L5 3R outlet, 1 12V DC outlet, Engine Displacement cc 270, Dimensions L x W x H in. 23 5/8 x 17 x 20 1/2. Powered by clean, efficient, easily available propane Able to run up to 100 hours nonstop Multiple start options electric, recoil and remote start from up to 75 feet Internal circuit breaker, emergency stop control, automatic shut down controls, continuous and instant diagnostic monitor Heavy-duty handles and pneumatic tires Parallel-ready design Built-in roller cage Mossy Oak Infinity Break-Up camouflage pattern EPA and CARB-compliant
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Questions & Answers for BEEM Portable Propane Inverter Generator - 3400 Surge Watts, 3200 Rated Watts, Camo Pattern, Model# MO4000P

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What Temperature ranges are they rated? will they run at -30 or +110?

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The BEEM Portable Propane Generator will operate in any type of weather. The problem would be with the flow of the propane in cold temperatures. The lower temperatures will provide a limited flow. A warmer to keep the propane tank warm can be used.
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Can this run an A/C unit in a camper trailer?

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The best way to know if this generator can handle your A/C unit is to check the wattage rating on the air conditioner.
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How many gallons of LP

How much LP is required to run 100 continuous hrs.?
 
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asked 1 year, 4 months ago
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The generator uses .5 gallons at half load and at 100 hours of use at half load would be 50 gallons, it is .75 gallons a full load. If you are running it at full load then it would use 75 gallons at 100 hours of use.
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