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Honda’s inverter generators are famous for their reliability, fuel efficiency and portability but they also supply ‘clean’ power for phones, laptops and power tools. Older generators can produce power spikes or variable voltages that can damage modern appliances. The portable EU10i was the first generator of its size to feature a sine wave inverter assuring commercial-quality electricity. The EU22i, the most popular generator in the world, produces 2200 watts AC with a rated output of 1800 watts. The EU30iK Handy is Honda’s lightest 3000W generator, while the EU30is uses Honda’s GX200 engine. The Eu70is uses Honda’s fuel-injected GX390 engine.
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Prices range from $2099 to $7499.
As winter approaches and power outages become something of a given, we thought it might be useful to identify what you need to know about generators, safety, their uses, and how to connect them to your home.
A generator is a motor driving an alternator to produce power, and with the advent of these Inverter Generators (see my review of Honda inverter generators) the basics haven’t changed, but how they operate has.