- Delivers 3,000W peak and 2,600W continuous rated power at 120VAC, 100W at 12V
- Runs 3.6 hours at full load or 7.7 hours at 1/4 load on 1.56 gallons of gasoline
- Noise level between 57 and 65 dBA
- Inverter technology for clean power output suitable for computers and sensitive electronic equipment
- Meets CARB compliance for low emissions
HONDA EU3000i Handi Inverter Generator, 2600W
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Specifications for this item
|Item Weight||78 pounds|
|Number of Items||1|
|Part Number||EU3000i Handi|
|Power Source Type||gasoline-powered|
This Honda EU3000i Handi power generator features a 163cc, 4-cycle gasoline... See more product details
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This Honda EU3000i Handi power generator features a 163cc, 4-cycle gasoline engine with a 3,000W peak and 2,600W continuous rated 120VAC power output suitable for camping, tailgating, or home use. Inverter technology is incorporated for producing clean sine-wave power output for computers and sensitive electronic equipment. A 100W 12VDC output is also available for charging a vehicle battery. Run time is 3.6 hours at full load or 7.7 hours at 1/4 load on 1.56 gallons of gasoline. The generator has a 57 to 65 dBA (A-weighted decibel) rating, for quiet operation, and weighs 78 pounds. With recessed wheels and a folding built-in handle, this generator is designed to be portable. It conforms to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and California Air Resources Board (CARB) emission standards, and is suitable for powering electronic equipment and appliances such as computers, televisions, microwaves, refrigerators, hair dryers, coffee makers, and small air-conditioning units.
|AC Output||3,000W peak (25 amp) / 2,600W rated (21.7 amp) @ 120VAC|
|DC Output||100W (8 amp) @ 12VDC|
|AC Outlets||20 amp 125VAC duplex / 30 amp 125VAC locking plug|
|DC Outlet||12VDC terminals|
|Fuel Capacity||1.56 gallons|
|Run Time||3.6 hours @ rated load / 7.7 hours @ 1/4 load|
|Noise Level||65 dBA @ rated load / 57 dBA @ 1/4 load|
|Starting||Recoil pull rope|
|Dry Weight||78 pounds|
|Dimensions*||19.3 x 14.9 x 24.5 inches (H x W x D)|
*H is height, the vertical distance from the lowest to highest point; W is width, the horizontal distance from left to right; D is depth, the horizontal distance from front to back.
Power generators are used to provide emergency backup and portable electrical power. The generator is composed of an internal combustion engine, electrical generator, and fuel source mounted together to form a single piece of equipment. Many power generators are portable – some are small enough to be hand-carried, while larger ones may be mounted on a wheeled frame or housed inside a vehicle trailer. Other power generators are stationary and tied into a home or business electrical system to provide backup power during power outages. Fuel sources include gasoline, diesel, propane, and natural gas. Power generators are used in applications such as providing emergency power for home and business, remote power for construction sites, and portable power for recreational use.
Honda manufactures automobiles, motorcycles, aircraft, robotics, engines, power generators, and lawn equipment. The company, founded in 1948 and headquartered in Tokyo, Japan, meets International Standards Organization (ISO) standards 9001 and ISO/TS 16949.
Top Customer Reviews
With the idle circuit and inverter construction not only is your power clean enough for flat screens and computers, it has another very neat feature. You see, cheap generators normally operate at 3600rpm. If you buy one with a conventional idle down circuit (that will boost your cost by close to a grand !) and it will instantly jump from idle to 3600 rpm irregardless of how much load is on it. In either case it will suck a lot of fuel $$$$. The idle circuit on this Honda inverter will gradually ramp up proportionate to the load. I had a GenTran manual 30A transfer switch ( < $200 ) with 6 circuits put into the breaker panel of the house to operate critical circuits ( no AC, no well pump, have CFC light bulbs). It takes less than 2 minutes to be up, connected to the transfer switch, isolated form ComEd and operational ( even by my wife!).Read more ›