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    3100-Watt Inverter Generator

    Model #75531i

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Portable Generator Technology

  1. N/A

Gasoline Starting Watts

  1. 3100W

Gasoline Running Watts

  1. 2800W

Propane Starting Watts

  1. N/A

Propane Running Watts

  1. N/A

Gasoline Starting Amps at 120V

  1. 25.8A

Gasoline Starting Amps at 240V

  1. N/A

Gasoline Running Amps at 120V

  1. 23.3A

Gasoline Running Amps at 240V

  1. N/A

Propane Starting Amps at 120V

  1. N/A

Propane Starting Amps at 240V

  1. N/A

Propane Running Amps at 120V

  1. N/A

Propane Running Amps at 240V

  1. N/A

Volts

  1. 120

Frequency

  1. 60Hz

Outlets

  1. 120V 30A (TT-30R), 120V 20A Duplex (5-20R), 12V DC

GFCI Outlets

  1. No

Covered Outlets

  1. No

Covered Circuit Breakers

  1. No

Gasoline Run Time at 1/2 Load

  1. N/A

Gasoline Run Time at 1/4 Load

  1. 8.0 h.

Propane Run Time at 1/2 Load

  1. N/A

Propane Run Time at 1/4 Load

  1. N/A

Noise Level

  1. 58.0 dBA

Inverter

  1. Traditional

Parallel Capability

  1. No

DC Operation

  1. Yes

Voltmeter

  1. No

Automatic Voltage Regulation

  1. Yes

Battery

  1. No

Start Type

  1. Recoil

Engine Brand

  1. Champion

Engine Size

  1. 171cc

Engine Type

  1. 4-stroke

Engine Speed

  1. Variable

Fuel Type

  1. Gasoline

Fuel Gauge

  1. No

Gasoline Capacity

  1. 1.6 gal.

Gasoline Tank Material

  1. Steel

Engine Oil Type

  1. 10W-30

Engine Oil Capacity

  1. 0.6 qt.

Engine Oil Included

  1. No

Low Oil Shut-Off

  1. Yes

Wheels

  1. Yes

Wheel Type

  1. Solid

Wheel Diameter

  1. 5.5 in.

PGMA G300-2018 Compliant

  1. No

UL Listing

  1. N/A

CSA Listing

  1. N/A

ETL Listing

  1. N/A

EPA Certified

  1. Yes

CARB Compliant

  1. Yes

When comparing portable generators or inverters:

  1. Run time measured at 50% load for open frame generators and 25% load for inverter generators.
  2. There is no industry standard for testing sound level of a generator. Champion tests under its own conditions to determine the published sound level as a means of comparing one Champion generator to another. Measurements are taken at an average distance of 7m (23 ft.).