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Champion Dual Fuel Inverter Generators w/ Parallel Kit - 9,000 Watts/7,000 Running Watts - Electric

Champion Dual Fuel Inverter Generators w/ Parallel Kit - 9,000 Watts/7,000 Running Watts - Electric

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Perfect for large RVs, these dual-fuel, 4,500-watt inverter generators combine to start and run (2) 15,000 Btu ACs and more using gas or propane. Portable, dual setup is great for power outages or RV parks without hookups. Electric-start operation. 1-636-306-4830 to order Champion generators part number CH49FR or order online at etrailer.com. Free expert support on all Champion products. Guaranteed Lowest Price and Fastest Shipping for Champion Dual Fuel Inverter Generators w/ Parallel Kit - 9,000 Watts/7,000 Running Watts - Electric. Generators reviews from real customers.
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Champion Generators - CH49FR

  • 7000 Running Watts
  • 9000 Starting Watts
  • Electric
  • Inverter
  • Electric Start
  • Champion
  • 120 Volt Output
  • Wheels
  • Outdoor Use Only
  • CARB Approved

Perfect for large RVs, these dual-fuel, 4,500-watt inverter generators combine to start and run (2) 15,000 Btu ACs and more using gas or propane. Portable, dual setup is great for power outages or RV parks without hookups. Electric-start operation.


Features:

  • 4,500-Watt dual-fuel inverter generators provide a portable power source for extra power
    • Perfect for full-time RVers with a large camper, 5th wheel, or travel trailer
    • Can also be used for dry camping, remote job sites, or outdoor events
  • Parallel kit links generators together to produce up to 7,000 running watts
    • 50-Amp outlet provides a convenient RV connection point
    • 30-Amp twist-lock outlet powers large household appliances and tools
    • PowerLINK cables insert into corresponding ports on each unit
  • Dual-fuel capability lets it run off gas or propane for flexibility on trips or in emergencies
    • 4-Stroke engine uses standard unleaded gas - no need to mix gas and oil
    • Meets CARB and EPA standards
  • EZ start dial with ignition button offers reliable electric startup
    • Manual recoil handle lets you pull-start the engine if the battery is dead
  • Cold-start technology allows startup in temperatures as low as -22 F
  • Eco mode reduces engine noise, saves fuel, and extends run time and engine life
  • Built-in inverter can safely run sensitive electronic devices like HDTVs and computers
  • Easy-to-read displays let you monitor power output, run time, fuel, and more
    • Intelligauge monitors voltage, frequency, run time, and lifetime hours
    • LED power meter displays the percentage of output being used
    • Fuel gauge allows you to keep an eye on the generator's fuel level
  • Integrated safety features promote accident-free use
    • Low oil shut-off sensor automatically stops engine if oil level is too low for safe use
    • AC overload reset button allows you to restart the generator if power is cut off
    • Circuit breakers stop power flow to connected devices if overload is detected
  • Fold-away handle and flat-free wheels allow you to roll it where you need it


Specs:

  • Starting (surge) power output:
    • Gas: 4,500 watts/37.50 amps
    • Propane: 4,500 watts/37.50 amps
    • In parallel: 9,000 watts/75 amps
  • Running (rated) power output:
    • Gas: 3,500 watts/29.20 amps
      • In parallel: 7,000 watts/58.33 amps
    • Propane: 3,150 watts/26.30 amps
      • In parallel: 6,300/52.60 amps
  • Continuous run time at 1/4 load:
    • Gas (2.25 gal) up to 14 hours
    • Propane (20-lb tank) up to 21 hours
  • Noise level: 61 dB when measured at 23' away at 1/4 load
  • Engine type: 212-cc, Champion 4-stroke OHV
  • Fuel tank capacity: 2.3 gal
  • Oil tank capacity: 0.5 qt of SAE 10W-30 oil
  • Power line frequency: 60 Hz
  • Generator weight: 103 lbs dry
  • Dimensions:
    • Generators: 23-1/2" long x 17-3/4" wide x 19-3/8" tall
    • Parallel kit: 11" long x 4-3/8" tall x 4-5/16" wide
  • Parallel kit cable lengths: 61" and 31"
  • Warranty:
    • Generators: 3-Year limited warranty
    • Parallel kit: 1-Year limited warranty

Kit Includes:

  • (2) 4,500-watt generators
  • Parallel kit
  • 2 Bottles of engine oil
  • 2 Oil funnels
  • (2) 6' Long propane hoses
  • 2 Spark plug tools
  • (2) 8/10mm Wrenches
  • 2 Reversible Phillips/flathead screwdrivers
  • Integrated outlet covers


Note: Gas generators produce carbon monoxide, which is poisonous. For your safety, always be sure to operate this gas-powered generator outdoors.


Parallel Generators Double Your Power

Dual Generators with Parallel Kit

When you're a full-time RVer or have a large fifth wheel or travel trailer with tons of appliances, one generator just isn't enough. Whether you're at the campsite, boondocking, or experiencing a dreaded power outage, these portable and compact Champion inverter generators will combine to give you additional power when you need it most!


Parallel Kit

Complete with a 50-amp parallel kit, this powerful setup combines (2) 4,500-watt generators to produce up to 9,000 watts of startup power to fire up your dual 15,000 Btu air conditioners and other essential appliances with ease. With up to 7,000 running watts, you can enjoy the spoils of your coffee maker, hair dryer, washing machine, and other must-have appliances anytime.


Dual Fuel Generators

Dual-Fuel Generators

Dual-fuel generators give you the flexibility to operate on gasoline or propane. On a full tank of gas (2.25 gallons) you can run 3,500 watts for up to 14 hours at a 25-percent load. And the easy-to-read fuel gauge lets you monitor your fuel level, so you know when it's time to fill up. If you choose to run on propane, you'll get slightly fewer watts, but on the plus side, you'll get way more run time! For example, using a 20-pound propane tank (not included), you can run 3,150 watts for up to 21 hours at a 25-percent load.


Control Panel


Each 4,500-watt inverter generator has (1) 120V 30-amp RV TT-30R outlet that provides an RV connection point to power large appliances and motorized tools with greater electrical demands. They also feature (2) 120V 20-amp 5-20R outlets for powering small household appliances and electronic devices, and (2) USB type-A 5V DC, 2.1-amp outlets to charge tablets, cell phones, and other sensitive electronics. Lastly, they each have (2) ParaLINK ports used in conjunction with the included parallel kit. All outlets and ports have covers to help keep out moisture and debris.


Quick and Easy Setup

Generator with ParaLINK Cables

Combining your generators is a cinch. Simply connect the grounding wires from the parallel kit to the grounding terminals on each generator, insert the PowerLINK cables into the corresponding ports on each generator's control panels, and away you go!


Champion's Intelligauge with Power Meter

Voltage, Frequency, Run Time, and Lifetime Hours

Champion's Intelligauge with power meter lets you know exactly how your generator is operating. It features two separate displays to monitor the generator. The digital LCD screen on the left continuously cycles through each setting every few seconds to display the generator's voltage (V) and frequency (H) outputs, run time (R) for the current session, and total run time since the generator's first operation. The LED power meter on the right displays the power output in percent (%) with 100% at the top.


Built-in Safety Features


1. Low Oil Shut-Off Sensor: If the oil level is too low for safe use, the indicator will flash letting you know there is an issue with the oil level. If the generator gets to the point where low oil can damage the engine, it will automatically shut off.


2. AC Overload Reset Button: In the event your generator is becoming overloaded, the indicator light will begin to flash. If the generator is overloaded and shuts down, this button allows you to restart the generator. Simply unplug one or more devices, push the button, and restart.


3. Circuit Breakers: The generator is equipped with 20 and 30-amp breakers and the parallel kit has a 30 and 50-amp breaker to stop power flow to connected devices if overload is detected.


Safe for Sensitive Electronics

Electronic devices are made with delicate circuitry that requires steady, controlled electrical current. The current produced by standard generators, however, is uncontrolled, allowing extreme fluctuations in power. These fluctuations can damage your sensitive electronic devices. These generators, on the other hand, have built-in inverters that control the voltage that is produced. This important feature ensures each generator is safe to use with sensitive electronics such as cell phones, computers, audio and stereo equipment, and medical devices.


Choosing a Generator

When choosing a generator, you need to match the generator's starting and running output with the electrical demands of the equipment you want to operate.


Power Demands

Starting (surge) wattage is the power a device requires at startup. Running (rated) wattage is the power needed to keep the device running. A large appliance with an electric motor such as a furnace, refrigerator, air conditioner, or washing machine may require 2 to 3 times more starting wattage than running wattage.


It is always best to start your generator with no load connected, then add each device one at a time. Additionally, a good practice to consider is connecting your devices in order from highest starting watts to lowest starting watts. As you connect and start devices, your available wattage decreases. This order of operation allows you to start devices with the highest power demands when there is more power available.


Will This Generator Run My RV Air Conditioner?

At etrailer, we perform numerous tests on generators that put them through real-world experience. An extensive part of this testing includes starting and running RV air conditioners. The following table will help you decide if the Champion 4,500-watt dual-fuel inverter generator has enough power to handle this critical function in your RV.


Air ConditionerWill it start and run?
Single 13,500 BtuYes
Single 15,000 BtuYes
Dual 15,000 BtuYes

Running Watts and Starting Watts of Common Appliances


ApplianceRunning WattsStarting Watts
Air compressor (1/2 hp)1,0002,000
Air conditioner (15,000 Btu)1,600*
Air conditioner (13,500 Btu)1,300*
Air conditioner (10,000 Btu)1,000*
Blender400850
Cell phone charger110
Clock radio40
Coffee maker (high setting)1,0660
Crock pot (low setting)1260
Crock pot (high setting)3740
Desktop computer150 - 3500
DVD player140
Electric drill (3/8" / 4 amps)450600
Electric space heater (high setting)1,4500
Floor fan1000
Hair dryer (low setting)1600
Hair dryer (high setting)1,3000
LCD television (32")680
Microwave1,0000
Refrigerator8001,600
Washing machine1,1502,250
Work light (quartz halogen)1,0000

* The starting wattage on air conditioners can vary greatly depending on several factors, including the assistance of built-in capacitors and cold starts. Because of this, we can't list a standard starting wattage as every application can be different.


Determining Your Power Needs

The following section provides calculations for wattage estimates. This will give you an overall picture of your potential power usage and help you decide on the generator that is right for you.


Industry Standard Calculation

The Industry Standard Calculation is a quick and easy way to determine your required wattage. It may provide some padding in your wattage requirements, which could give you more power than you actually need, but you shouldn't have to worry about not having enough power. The following steps will help you quickly calculate the correct size generator to meet your application.


As stated earlier, you should always start your generator without any load, and then connect each device one at a time. The following calculation requires this approach to work. However, using this calculation removes the worry of connecting devices in a certain order.


1. Determine the starting watts and running watts for the devices that you want to plug into the generator.

a. Find the starting (surge) watts and running (rated) watts for each device that you want to plug into the generator. Look for a sticker or plate on each device or check your owner's manuals.

b. If your device or manual only shows amps and volts, watts can also be determined through a simple formula. (Amps x Volts = Watts)

c. List all of your starting watts and running watts as seen in Table 1 below.


Table 1

Example DevicesStarting WattsRunning Watts
Air compressor2,0001,000
Refrigerator1,600800
Microwave01,000
Blender850400

2. To find the total starting watts required, add the starting watts for the device with the highest value to the running watts of all the other devices from Table 1.


2,000 + 800 + 1,000 + 400 = 4,200 total starting watts


3. To find the total running watts, add all of the running watts together from Table 1.


1,000 + 800 + 1,000 + 400 = 3,200 total running watts


To run all of these devices simultaneously, you would require a generator with at least 4,200 starting watts and 3,200 running watts.


Advanced, Precise Calculation

While the method for calculating your power needs outlined above will work, it isn't the most precise. If you aren't afraid of doing a little more math, you can use the Advanced, Precise Calculation to get a more accurate idea of how much power you will need and potentially save yourself some money. Because the calculation above pads in enough power to ensure you can start your devices in any order, it may point you to a bigger and more expensive generator than you need. However, by following the more regimented, order-of-operations calculation below, you'll get a much more precise idea of how much power you need, which could in turn point you to a smaller and less expensive generator.


Again, you should always start your generator without any load, and then connect each device one at a time. The following calculation also requires that you start your devices in order from highest starting watts to lowest starting watts. When you connect devices in this order, you can start high demand devices when there is more power available.


1. Determine the starting watts and running watts for each device that you want to plug into the generator.

a. Find the starting (surge) watts and running (rated) watts for each device that you want to plug into the generator. Look for a sticker or plate on each device or check your owner's manuals.

b. If your device or manual only shows amps and volts, watts can also be determined through a simple formula. (Amps x Volts = Watts)

c. List out these devices from highest starting watts to lowest starting watts as seen in Table 2 below.


Table 2

Example DevicesStarting WattsRunning Watts
Air compressor2,0001,000
Refrigerator1,600800
Microwave01,000
Blender850400

2. To find the total running watts, add all of the running watts together from Table 2.


1,000 + 800 + 1,000 + 400 = 3,200 total running watts


3. In Table 3, shown below, the values from Table 2 are used to calculate the highest total starting watts required as devices are connected and running. This number represents the highest power requirement you will encounter as you connect all of your devices to the generator. To find this, add the starting watts of each new device you connect to the combined running watts of all connected devices. The highest of these numbers will be the total starting watts required. And again, remember to always connect devices in order from highest starting watts to lowest starting watts.


Table 3

DeviceStarting WattsRunning Watts of All Connected DevicesTotal Starting Watts Required
1. Air compressor2,000 +0 (nothing connected)= 2,000
2. Refrigerator1,600 +1,000 (air compressor)= 2,600
3. Microwave1,000* +1,800 (air compressor + refrigerator)= 2,800
4. Blender850 +2,800 (air compressor + refrigerator + microwave)= 3,650

* Even though the microwave does not have starting watts listed, you have to account for the power needed to actually run it.


850 + 2,800 = 3,650 highest total starting watts required


In order to run all of these devices simultaneously, you would require a generator with at least 3,650 starting watts and 3,200 running watts.



200991 Champion Dual Fuel 4500-Watt Inverter Generator w/ ParaLINK Parallel Kit - Gas or Propane - Electric Start

100319 Champion 3000 to 5500W Inverter Parallel Cable Kit ParaLINK

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Video Transcript for Review of Champion Generators - Twin 4500 Watt Duel Fuel Inverter Generator Parallel Kit - CH49FR

Hi, everybody, Andy here with etrailer.com and today we're gonna take a look at these Champion twin 4,500 watt portable dual-fuel inverter generators with parallel kit. Now, if you are looking for portable dual-fuel inverter generators that will work together in parallel when you need more power for your RV or on the job or in emergencies, this might be a good option for you to consider. These twin 4,500 watt portable dual-fuel inverter generators with parallel cable kit are gonna provide a portable power source that will also allow you to safely charge and run your sensitive electronic devices like your HD TV and computers. Used in parallel, these portable units churn out 7,000 Watts. Now I want to take a look here at the control panel of this generator and everything that we say about this generator will of course be true of our second generator here. Now on this control panel, we begin by looking at our intelligauge with power meter.

This is gonna monitor your voltage, your frequency, and operating hours. And we have our AC overload reset button, a low oil warning indicator light, and our economy mode switch that we'll talk about a little bit later, and then we have our easy dial with the ignition switch that is going to be used to start, stop, and choke the generator. And then looking at the outlets, we're gonna begin by looking here at one 120 volt 30-amp RV TT-30R outlet. And then we have two 120 volt, 20-amp 5-20R outlets, and then we have two USB type A 5 volt DC, 2.1 amp ports. And of course this is going to be good for charging your smartphone, your tablets, and your other USB-powered devices.

And then these two ParaLINK ports that are gonna be used to parallel two inverters together for increased power output. And again, we'll be looking at those again in the next few minutes, and then an easy access ground terminal with our 20-amp and 30-amp circuit breakers, and that's gonna help to ensure safe use. Now, as you probably no doubt notice, these outlet covers are going to help keep out moisture and debris from our outlets, so that's a nice touch with these generators. And then this has a power line frequency of 60 Hertz. And let me just turn this around here to show you the muffler here on the opposite side, and then zooming out here real quick, I do wanna show you the fold-away handle that's going to make transporting this easier.

So this fold-away handle is going to allow you to move this around your RV or around your campsite and then it's just gonna easily fold down and out of your way. And really, once it's folded down, you would never even know that it's there. So that's a nice convenient feature of this generator. And of course these have these 5 inch in diameter flat-free wheels that's going to provide that easy mobility. Now this electric push button start engine is going to give you hassle-free startup and the recoil handle is going to let you pull start the engine if needed.

These generators feature a 212 cc four-stroke overhead-valve Champion engine that uses standard unleaded gas or propane. And let me give you another view here of this particular generator. This gas tank has a 2.25 gallon capacity, and I know you probably can't see this gauge real well but this gauge is indeed an easy-to-read gauge, so clearly indicates empty and full, so you're always gonna know how much gas you have in these generators. Something else I wanted to point out is the gas cap is tethered with a chain, so you are not going to easily lose this cap. Now just showing you here that it does have an easily-accessible LPG inlet, and it has this plug on there to keep that inlet clean and free of debris and moisture. So again, very easy to access. And this is a clean running engine that meets CARB and EPA standards. And this is gonna be really easy to set up and it can be started, again, either with the electric start with the ignition switch on the dial or the manual start with the recoil, if you needed to start it that way. Now the parallel kit is going to let you connect these two inverter generators with the ParaLINK for increased power output, and this kit adds two easily-accessible outlets. The first one here is 120 volt 30-amp L5-30R twist lock outlet that's gonna power large household appliances and tools. And then this outlet here is 120 volt 50-amp 14-50R RV outlet that's gonna provide your RV connection point. Now this also features 30-amp and 50-amp circuit breakers and that's gonna protect your connected equipment from being overloaded. And the dimensions of this kit is about 11 inches long by about 4 3/8 inches tall. And then the overall depth, including these clips here, let me turn it around this way, might be easier for you to see, the overall depth we're sitting right at about of 4 5/16 inches deep. And this is gonna weigh a little over 3 1/2 pounds. So this is gonna be an easy installation. No tools are going to be required. And let me just put this down and show you how easy it is to use these PowerLINK cables. So you're just going to plug in these PowerLINK cables to the corresponding ports. So just open up these outlet covers, and I'm just gonna put in the plugs the way that they are to go. And so just slides in that easily. And then you'll just connect this wire with the terminal to our ground post here that we saw earlier. And then this kit is designed to clamp on your handle but what we discovered is that this kit is slightly too wide to fit on here, so it may be that when you get your generators and you get your kit, this kit might be slightly too wide to fit on this handle. So even though this may not fit exactly for you, this is still going to be able to work for you and provide that connection in those outlets that you need. Now, the starting, surge, power output for a single generator is gonna be 4,500 Watts, and these two generators together is going to be 9,000 watts. And the running, rated, power output for a single generator is gonna be 3,500 watts. And for both generators together, it's going to be 7,000 watts and propane will be a little bit less, just so you're aware of that. And then the continuous run time on gasoline at a quarter load is gonna be 14 hours. And on propane, it's going to be 22.10 hours, again at a quarter load. Now these generators will run quietly and the normal noise level of conversation is typically right around 60 decibels. That's the normal noise level of normal conversation, 60 decibels, but measured at 23 feet away at a quarter load, these generators individually register right at 61 decibels. So I don't think these are going to bother you while you're outside, enjoying your activities and being with family and friends outside. These run relatively quietly, so I think you're gonna be very happy with the noise levels that these put out. Now the dry weight for each generator individually is 103 pounds. And the overall dimension's gonna be right at about 23 and then 3/16 inches long and 17 11/16 inches wide. And then from the top of our fuel cap all the way to the base, we're gonna be sitting at about 20 1/8 inches tall. So these generators are going to include everything that you see on the floor there on the side. Each generator is going to include their own instructions and then a bottle of oil. By the way, the oil that these generators take is SAE 10W-30, it has a oil capacity of 0.5 quarts. Then each generator comes with a oil funnel, spark plug tool, an 8 and 10 millimeter wrench, a reversible Phillips and flathead screwdriver, and then a six-foot-long LPG hose with regulator. Finally, it is important to note that gas generators of course produce carbon monoxide, which is poisonous, so for your safety, make sure you run these generators outside. Well, that's gonna conclude our look today, I do hope that it was helpful for you. Again, my name is Andy. Thank you for joining me..


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Champion Dual Fuel Inverter Generators w/ Parallel Kit - 9,000 Watts/7,000 Running Watts - Electric - CH49FR

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Perfect for large RVs, these dual-fuel, 4,500-watt inverter generators combine to start and run (2) 15,000 Btu ACs and more using gas or propane. Portable, dual setup is great for power outages or RV parks without hookups. Electric-start operation.

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