Kawasaki GE2900 Generator Specifications
Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd. is a Japanese company headquartered in Tokyo, Japan. Kawasaki manufactures and sells products like motorcycles, all-terrain vehicles, aerospace equipment and small engines throughout the world. One of its products is the Kawasaki Portable Generator GE2900. You can use a portable generator to keep your power on even if you are experiencing a power outage.
The dimensions of the Kawasaki Portable Generator GE2900 are 1 foot 8 inches long by 1 foot 6 inches wide by 1 foot 7 inches high. It weighs 107.8 pounds, but it has wheels that make it somewhat portable. This is a single phase generator, which means that the supply voltage alternates in unison, and it comes with a solid state voltage regulator.
The frequency of the portable generator varies from 110 V to 240 V, and it runs at either 30 or 60 Hz. The amperage at 30 Hz at 3,000 rpm varies between 8.7 amps to 19.1 amps. The amperage at 60 Hz at 3,600 rpm is between 10 amps and 21.8 amps.
The Kawasaki Portable Generator GE2900 features a four cycle, one cylinder overhead valve (OHV) engine. The engine runs on gasoline and is forced air cooled, which helps keep the engine cool when it is in operation. The generator produces up to 4 kilowatts of power, and the engine displacement is 10.4 cubic inches. Engine displacement refers to the total volume that the pistons can move through your engine cylinders in one movement.
The fuel tank can hold up to four gallons of fuel, and the engine oil tank can hold up to 0.2 gallons of oil. This generator uses a transistor ignition, and you can use a 12 V, 10 amp (120 watt) direct current to charge the generator's battery. It comes with a recoil start, and it uses either one 230 V outlet or two 115 V outlets for power.
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