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Old 10-20-2019, 12:59 PM   #8
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Originally Posted by djmarchand View Post

Otherwise go with a bigger generator like the Honda EU 2000 or preferably the EU 2200. An advantage of the EU 2200 is you can use it to power your hot water heater which typically draws 1,500 watts which is just over the EU 2000's continuous rating.

I have the Honda eu2000i that I use to top off batteries and run my 1500W Keurig coffee maker or water heater. The eu2000 is rated at 2000W peak, 1600W (13.3A) continuous and the eu2200 is rated at 2200W peak, 1800W (15A) continuous.

I have no problem running my 1500W Keurig or water heater on the Honda 2000.

My charger provides a 55A 12V charge with a 13A peak AC load.
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