bing tracking image

etrailer Generators - Inverter - 333-0001-0002 Review

content loading

Review of etrailer Generators 333-0001-0002

Speaker 1: Today we're taking a look at the E-Trailer Portable Invertor Generators.Now the Invertor Generators provide a portable power source. Starting power output is 4,900 watts. And running power output is 4,275 watts when paired together.Single starting power output for our larger generator is 3,200 watts and 2,000 watts for the smaller one. Single running power output is 2,900 watts for our larger one and 1,600 watts for the smaller one.Now these are great for camping, RV-ing, work sites, in emergency situations. Really any application that calls for needing portable power. You can use the generators individually.

Or, again, you can pair them together and run them parallel to get more power.It does come with the parallel cables, so that's your parallel kit. Just a couple of cables that connects one generator to the other.They both feature manual start, recoil starters. So we have this one located here on the larger one. And on the smaller one, located right here.Overall they are a really nice design. They have a great look to them.

Comes with some accessories. So you get your oil. It comes with SAE 10W30 engine oil. Comes with oil funnels, wrenches for spark plug, screw drivers to remove any paneling for maintenance or gaining access to the spark plug area. Comes with battery charging cables.

Comes with your parallel kit owners manuals. And it comes with a 30 amp adapter. And that one comes with the smaller generator.The handles on top of the generators make for easy transportation. And then the larger one has an extension handle on one side and it has wheels on the other side so you can lift that up and you can simply roll it around. So nice, easy mobility with this kit and with each individual generator.The dry weight for the larger one is around 84 pounds and 45.9 pounds for the small one.The larger one features never flat wheels that are made from a durable plastic and rubber construction.

Also on the bottom of each unit we have padded feet so the units don't move or shift around when running.They also feature nice quiet operation with the Whisper Series Muffler. Noise level is 58 decibels per generator measured at 25 feet away at 25% load in standard mode.This one right here features a 171cc single cylinder air cooled four stroke OHV engine for longer life, higher performance, and lower maintenance. OHV is overhead valve.The smaller one features an 80cc single air cooled four stroke OHV engine.The larger generator has a 1.8 gallon gas tank. The smaller one has a 0.9 gallon gas tank. On the larger one here the cap is tethered so we don't misplace or lose it. And then internally it has a filter to keep unwanted stuff out of our gas tank. Automotive style, so once it's tight enough it will actually click.Then here on our smaller one, the lid does have a switch on it. So that allows us to position it to the on position to supply air to the tank. So just the smaller generator has the fuel lever that actually on the cap of the gas tank. So to remove that, we just unscrew it, comes out not tethered, but it does have the filter as well. And then, that one does not click. So once it's tight, it's tight enough.Now these use clean and fresh regular unleaded gasoline with a minimum 87 octane. The run time will vary depending on how it's used, but it has up to a 9 hour run time at 25% load. They offer clean power with less than 3% THD or total harmonic distortion. So it's great for charging your electrical components like your phones, tablets, and laptops.The larger one measures about 23 1/4" long by 18" tall by 17 7/8" wide. Smaller one is about 20" long by 16 3/4" tall by 12 1/8" wide.Rated AC voltage is 120 volts. Rated frequency is 60 hertz.Real quick I'm going to grab the book and we're going to talk about our larger one. I'm just going to go over all of the ports that it offers here at the control panel.So to get us started we have our recoil starter. We have our choke button. And we have the fuel control knob or the fuel valve knob.Over here we have our engine switch and we have the economy control switch. Economy control switch can be activated in order to minimize fuel consumption and noise while operating the unit during times of reduce electrical output allowing the engine speed to idle during periods of non-use.The engine speed returns to normal when the electrical load is connected. When the economy switch is off, the engine runs at normal speed continuously.Then on this one we have a three to one, or three in one data minder multi-meter, so you can push the select button to show the voltage, hertz, and running hours.Right here we have the 120 volt, 20 amp duplex connections. So 20 amps of current maybe be drawn from this 120 volt receptacle. And then right here we have the 120 volt, 30 amp RV receptacle.We have output indicator lights. So we have LED lights. We have output ready indicator. We have overload indicator. And we have oil warning indicator.And then over here we have our USB port, so that's located right there. Then we also have the circuit breakers. Push button circuit breakers. Right here for A/C, right here for D/C. And then we have our parallel ports for our parallel cables when we want to pair these together.And then on this one we have a 12 volt D/C outlet. This is used to charge 12 volt automotive type batteries only with the included charging cables.Then all the plugs have outlet covers on them to keep the outlets protected and to keep dirt and grime out of the connection points.Then over here on this one, a lot of the same features. So we have our fuel cap right here. Also on the larger one, I forgot to point out, that the ground terminal is located right here.Then on the smaller one we have the ground terminal located right here. Really a lot of the same set up. So we have the fuel valve knob. Right above that we have our USB port. The button right here is our engine switch and then next to that we have the economy control switch.Above that we have our choke. We have the recoil starter. This plug right here is the 120 volt, 20 amp. This one right here is the 120 volt, 30 amp. Then it also has the ports for the parallel cables.Then we have the circuit braker right there. That's our A/C circuit braker. We also have our indicator lights. Same indicator lights as the other side. Or, as the other generator.Now the labeling on these are really nice. I want to point out that it has our start guide, step by step approach. Also how to stop it or turn it off.So, they're easy to use. They're really nice. They look great. And again, you can pair them together to get more power. And you can also use them individually.That's going to do it for today's look at the E-Trailer Portable Invertor Generators.