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Does Generator # 333-0005 Have Enough Wattage for RV AC Unit


i will be using my camper at my hunting lease this winter. I run 110 heater in my camper most only at night and depending on the weather I run my A/C. the problems that I have had over the years is generators have trouble keeping up with the camper but most of the generators run a 20 amp or 25 amp breaker which trips. Is this generator big enough to run a 30 amp service camper with the A/C running on either propane or gas.


Expert Reply:

Yes, the etrailer 4,500-Watt Portable Generator # 333-0005 will work well for you as it has 30 amp outlets on it and was designed for applications like yours.

This has twice the wattage of most AC unit requirements too as it has the following outputs:

Starting (surge) power output:
Gas: 4,500 watts
Propane: 4,050 watts

Running (rated) power output:
Gas: 3,600 watts
Propane: 3,250 watts

Based on that this would easily handle your AC system and not trip breakers like the other generators you've tried. I attached a review video for this for you to check out as well.

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Jameson C

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