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  • Can A-iPower SUA2000i Run Parallel Connection with A-iPower model SC2000i?
  • There are A-iPower generators capable of running in parallel, but the SUA2000i cannot be paired with the SC2000i model. Instead, you would be able to use the A-iPower Inverter Generators w/ Parallel Kit # 289-SUA2000I-2, which gives you a pair of generators, two 30-Amp RV adapters, two DC charging cables, two spark plug wrenches, and two oil funnels. I've added a link to a video review of this product for you to take a look at.
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  • Generator Cover Recommendation for A-iPower 2,000-Watt Portable Inverter Generator # 289-SUA2000I
  • The best fitting generator cover we offer for the A-iPower 2,000-Watt Portable Inverter Generator # 289-SUA2000I is going to be the Storage Cover for etrailer 3,200-Watt Inverter Generator # 333-0009. This will be a little bit too large but with drawstring you'll be able to make it fit the generator tighter.
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  • Generator Recommendation for RV with 13,500 btu AC Unit
  • For a 13,500 btu AC unit like the Dometic Brisk Air 2 you'd need a starting wattage of right at 3,000 watts. For that your best option is the etrailer.com 3,200 watt generator inverter part # 333-0003. This can put out up to 3,200 starting watts and 2,900 running watts. The # 289-SUA2300I does not have the wattage you'd need as it can only put out 2,300 starting watts.
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  • Generator Recommendation for Powering Electronics with Delicate Circuit Boards
  • Any of the open frame style generators like the # 289-AP5000 that you referenced don't have inverters which means the power provided is a bit more volatile. I wouldn't recommend using any delicate electronics with this style of generator. Best option would be to go with an inverter style generator like the part # 289-SUA2000I which will provide you safer power and much more fuel efficiency as well as a quieter operation.
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  • What Is Noise Level For A-iPower Inverter Generators
  • I found one sight online that rated the Honda EU 2000i decibel output at 59 decibels at 1/4 power. I was not able to find more specs on that model and we do not carry that generator. For the A-iPower Inverter Generators, part # 289-SUA2000I-2, the noise level is given for one unit. At a distance of 23-ft the decibel level is 65 at 1/2 power.
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  • What is Noise Level on A-iPower 2,000-Watt Inverter Generator and Can it Power Sensitive Electronics
  • The A-iPower 2,000-Watt Inverter Generator # 289-SUA2000I referenced in your question is a 2,000-watt inverter generator that can absolutely provide power to electronics like a computer or TV. It will have no issue running and charging these sensitive devices. This particular generator is actually relatively quiet when running and has a noise output that is quieter than a typical vacuum cleaner. This unit will not produce enough noise to drown out surrounding conversation. I do not...
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  • Generator 30-Amp Male to Dual 20-Amp Female Y-Cord Adapter
  • Yes, we have just what you're looking for. The Mighty Cord Generator Adapter Y-Cord # A10-G3020Y has a male 30-amp plug to match the outlet on your generator # 289-SUA2000I that splits to two female outlets that will accept standard 110-volt devices. Overall length is approximately 36-inches. Please refer to the linked photo that shows you all connectors on this item.
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  • What are the Differences Between A-iPower Generators
  • There is little difference between the pair of generators you referenced. The biggest is that # 289-SUA2000I uses a Senci 79-cc engine while 289-AP2000I uses a Yamaha MZ80 79-cc engine and is an inch longer and wider. Apart from that you will not be able to find a difference so I would not classify one as better than the other. I have attached links to video reviews of both generators for you to take a look at.
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  • Recommended Portable Generator for RV with Dual AC Units
  • Because of the starting amperage and running amps required for your dual A/C system, I recommend the A-iPower 9,000-Watt Portable Generator - 7,000 Running Watts - Gas - Electric Start # 289-SUA9000E. This will allow for plenty of running power for both units simultaneously but you will of course still need to start one unit at a time. This generator will supply enough power so that it won't dictate which unit the 15k or the 13.5K unit is started first. The starting amps required are...
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  • Should A-iPower 2,000-Watt Inverter Generator # 289-SUA2000I be Exposed to Rain
  • A-iPower states that their generators like the A-iPower 2,000-Watt Inverter Generator # 289-SUA2000I that you referenced should not be exposed to rain, snow or standing water. You'd need to protect it at all times for rain.
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  • Comparing A-iPower Portable Inverter Generators 289-SUA2000I-2 to Premium Brands
  • For value for the dollar the A-iPower 2-generator setup with parallel ability # 289-SUA2000I-2 is hard to beat. These are shown in the linked video and they feature Senci 4-stroke engines with cast iron cylinder sleeves for long wear and their combined 3000-watt running power output is substantial. Plus they are EPA and CARB certified. You can also refer to the linked article on portable generators for more details that may help you decide on your best option. We do not sell Honda...
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  • Recommended Generator for Supplying Power to Refrigerator and Other Household Items
  • In order to determine what size generator you will need, it's best to locate the electrical demands of the equipment that you want to operate. You will want to look for both the starting output (the power it takes to start an appliance like your refrigerator) and the running output (the power it takes to keep it running) in watts. This information should be listed on the appliance itself. Once you have this information, you will want to determine the total running wattage for the devices...
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  • How to Connect a Camper with 50 Amp Receptacle to a Generator
  • In order to connect a generator to a camper you would need a dogbone adapter with a female plug that matches the camper and a male plug that matches the generator. For example, the A-iPower 2,000-Watt Portable Inverter Generator part # 289-SUA2000I has a 30 amp female receptacle and your camper has a 50 amp male receptacle therefore the correct adapter for you would be the Mighty Cord Generator Adapter part # A10-G30450VP. We currently do not carry Honda generators therefore I would...
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  • A-iPower 2000-watt Inverter Generator for Portable Power
  • The A-iPower 2,000-Watt Portable Inverter Generator - 1,600 Running Watts - Gas - Manual Start # 289-SUA2000I is what I believe you are looking for and it is available. It has a Senci 4-stroke engine that has cast iron cylinder sleeves for long engine life. It can be paired with an additional 2,000 watt generator from A-iPower but allow parallel connection with increased output. This unit is efficient and quieter than a typical vacuum cleaner.
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  • Will A-iPower Inverter Generators w/ Parallel Kit # 289-SUA2000I-2 Power 15k BTU AC Unit
  • Yes, the two generators part # 289-SUA2000I-2 that you referenced put out a combined wattage of 3,000 watts running and 3,800 watts starting which would easily take care of a 15k BTU generator.
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  • Recommended Generators To Be Run In Parallel For 34 Foot 50 Amp 5th Wheel Trailer
  • For two smaller generators that you can run in parallel to double your power, I recommend the A-iPower 2,000-Watt Inverter Generator w/ Parallel Kit - Senci Motor - Portable - Gas - 120V # 289-SUA2000I. This generator comes with the connection cables to run to your second generator. This is a very easy to use application and each generator weighs just 46 lbs. This easy to use generator has two modes, high and eco. I've attached some videos to help.
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  • Can A-iPower 2000-Watt Inverter Generator With Parallel Kit Work With A Honda 2000 Generator?
  • The A-iPower 2,000-Watt Inverter Generator w/ Parallel Kit - Senci Motor - Portable - Gas - 120V, # 289-SUA2000I is designed to be paired with a second identical model. They have not tried pairing it with other brands, so they can't confirm or deny a fit. As I spoke with their tech, he said that they have had many customers ask but they haven't been able to confirm either way yet as they haven't heard back from those customers.
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  • Can A-iPower Inverter Generator w/Parallel Kit Portable Gas 120V 3,000 Watts Work w/50 Amp Trailer
  • In order to use a 30 amp generator set such as # 289-SUA2000I-2 with your 50 amp receptacle on the travel trailer you will need an adapter cable. You can use Mighty Cord Generator Adapter for RV Power Cord - 50 Amp Female to 30 Amp Twist Lock Male - 12" Item # A10-G30450VP.
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  • Is there a Conversion Kit for Generator Compatibility with Propane Use
  • The A-iPower 2,000-Watt Portable Inverter Generator - 1,600 Running Watts - Gas - Manual Start # 289-SUA2000I is not compatible with propane use. Unfortunately there is not an kit we carry to convert to propane use. We do have generators that use propane and the smallest is the Buffalo Tools 4,000-Watt Generator - 3,250 Running Watts - Propane - Manual Start # BTGEN4000LPC. If you want a generator that can use either gas or propane I recommend the etrailer 4,500-Watt Portable Generator...
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  • Will A-iPower 4,000-Watt Inverter Generator Kit # 289-SUA4000I-2 Require Jets For High Altitude?
  • A-iPower 3,800-Watt Inverter Generator - Portable - Gas - 120 Volts # 289-SUA2000I-2 is a popular generator system because it has parallel output that allows you to pair each 2,000-watt generator with another for increased power output. I reached out to the manufacturer and they said customers have confirmed that they work in up to 10,000 feet without jets needed. If you will be at the 8,000 to 10,000 feet, I personally recommend you have them on hand so you aren't without power in a...
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  • If Fuel Is Kept In Generator Can It Run Longer than 8 Hours
  • The time frame you mentioned is for a tank of gas. As long as you keep fuel in a generator you can run it for as long as needed. The A-iPower 5,000-Watt Portable Generator # 289-AP5000 would easily provide your power needs and would only require you to keep fuel in it to keep it going as long as you need to.
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  • Fuel Choice for A-iPower Inverter Generator
  • The A-iPower 2,000-Watt Portable Inverter Generator - 1,600 Running Watts - Gas - Manual Start # 289-SUA2000I prefers to use standard gasoline with ethanol. Ethanol is used as an "oxygenate" and is added to fuel to help reduce hydrocarbon emissions that cause air pollution. The attached instructions state to "use clean, fresh, regular unleaded fuel with a minimum octane rating of 85." Marine fuel can actually cause your engine to produce less power and will require more fuel to perform...
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  • Does Yamaha Make Motor of the A-iPower 2,000-Watt Inverter Generator w/ Parallel Kit # 289-SUA2000I
  • Yes, the A-iPower 2,000-Watt Inverter Generator w/ Parallel Kit # 289-SUA2000I uses a Senci engine so similar to the Yamaha MZ80 that the parts are interchangeable engine.
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  • Will A-iPower 5,000-Watt Generator Power AC Unit
  • The A-iPower 5,000-Watt Portable Generator, Item # 289-AP5000, is designed to power appliances and tools like air compressors, air conditioners, electric heaters, etc. To choose the right generator, you must match the size of the generator (starting output and running output in watts) with the electrical demands of the appliances or equipment you will be operating. The A-iPower Generator has a starting (surge) power output of 5,000 watts and a running (rated) power output of 4,000 watts...
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  • Weight of A-iPower 9,000-Watt Portable Generator # 289-SUA9000E
  • The A-iPower 9,000-Watt Portable Generator # 289-SUA9000E that you referenced weighs 210 lbs.
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  • Recommended 5,000 Watt Generator for Residential Use
  • The A-iPower 5,000-Watt Generator - Portable - Gas - 120 Volts # 289-AP5000 is available for purchase. It is a 7.5 HP engine that can run for 9 hours at 50% load with 4 gallons of gasoline or 6 hours at rated load. It has 2 -120V outlets and one 30 amp twist lock outlet. It comes with the wheels and the fold down handle. This generator is quieter than a typical vacuum cleaner. It has a high performance alternator to provide peak wattage able to run appliances and tools simultaneously....
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  • What Does the A-iPower 5,000-Watt Generator # 289-AP5000 Weigh
  • The A-iPower 5,000-Watt Generator # 289-AP5000 that you referenced weighs 116 lbs.
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  • Availability of A-iPower 2,000-Watt Inverter Generator # 289-SUA2000I
  • Yes we carry the A-iPower 2,000-Watt Inverter Generator # 289-SUA2000I that you are looking for. I attached a review video for this for you to check out as well.
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  • Troubleshooting Multi-Switch on A-ipower Parallel Generator
  • The housing on the switch may not be as sturdy as the other parallel generator, but as long as it functions properly I wouldn't be concerned. You can always look at the housing to see if it has any issue or if the fit is simply not as tight but all the connections are still firm and correct. If you bought them recently there is a 1 year parts and labor warranty as well as a 2 year parts replacement warranty. It could very well be that the switch just needs tightening, but it could...
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  • Can One Generator be Shut Off When Wired In Parallel with Another Generator
  • When run in parallel with a second A-iPower Inverter Generator # 289-SUA2000I you can indeed shut the second generator off while continuing to run the AC unit with just the first generator. You will just want to make sure that the running power output (1,600 watts) of this generator is enough to run the air conditioner. When run in parallel the two A-iPower Generators will provide a starting power output of 3,800 watts.
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