|Item Weight||10.4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||10 x 5 x 1.1 inches|
|Item model number||08E93-HPK123HI|
|Manufacturer Part Number||08E93-HPK123HI|
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- Double Your Power: Easily link two identical wattage EU generators in parallel
- Using the Honda Parallel Cables you get more power without sacrificing portability. You can link together two EU1000 or two EU2000 to up to double your output. Now, you can have the power you need without buying a large, heavy generator. This product fits with: EU1000/EU2000/EU3000 Handi generators
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I had one honda eu2000i generator and i shopped around for another one.
Honda wants you to get the companion in order to get the 30 amp locking plug.
However that costs 150-200 extra.
My solution was to buy another regular eu2000i genset and this cable.
I cut this cable right in the middle and wired it into a Camco 30A RV plug female.
This way I can safely get the full power from the generators running together and can easily unhook one if i don't need it.
The end connectors on this kit are enclosed so they would not be hazardous.
Then I created an adapter from the RV female to the L14-30 house generator connection I have.
I used the camco 30A male RV plug and a L14-30 female for that. In the L14-30 I jumpered the phases.
I also purchased a 30A RV extension cord so that the generators can stay further away from the point of use.
So with this cable and a couple adapters I created a setup that safely runs my RV and also powers my house in a power outage.
Also, I plan on making an adapter from the 30A RV plug to a couple 120V L15P regular sockets. Please be advised that such adapter would need to be protected with a breaker for each circuit. Probably a small distribution panel will do the trick.