ETQ TG32P12, 3250 Running Watts/4000 Starting Watts, Gas Powered Portable Generator
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- 3250 running watts/4000 max watts
- ETQ 7HP 4 stroke air cooled OHV engine with low oil shut down
- 4 gallon fuel tank provides 13 hours of run time at 50% load
- Less than 65 db
- Non-CARB Compliant/Not For Sale In California
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|Item Dimensions||20 x 25 x 19 in||23 x 34.75 x 26.75 in||26.75 x 28.75 x 25 in||14 x 17.7 x 14.8 in||15.3 x 29.5 x 23.6 in||12.5 x 20.3 x 17.8 in|
|Item Weight||110.88 lbs||248 lbs||180 lbs||61.7 lbs||84 lbs||43 lbs|
|Voltage||—||120 volts||120 volts||120 volts||120 volts||120|
|Wattage||4,000 watts||7,000 watts||5,500 watts||1,200 watts||3,000 watts||1,800 watts|
The bestselling ETQ TG32P12 Gas-Powered Portable Generator provides quiet, efficient, and cost-effective power to electrical appliances. You'll get the performance you need thanks to a seven horsepower, 207-cc engine that produces up to 4,000 watts of energy--enough power to run your TV, refrigerator, water heater, or other household appliance for up to 13 hours at a 50-percent load. And you'll love the fact that this generator's oversized muffler provides quiet operation.
All of the generator's outlets are circuit-breaker protected to safeguard your electronics. View larger.
The TG32P12 features a powerful, seven horsepower, 207-cc, four-stroke, gas-powered OHV engine that is capable of producing 3,250 continuous watts and 4,000 maximum watts. Its pull recoil makes for easy, reliable starts every time. And with a large, four-gallon fuel tank and efficient power delivery, this engine is capable of running a 50-percent load for up to 13 hours or a 100-percent load for nine hours.
The engine isn't just powerful, it's also quiet. Thanks to its oversized muffler, the generator produces sound at just 65 decibels during operation, so your living area can remain quiet while your appliances stay powered.
Alternator Technology Safely Delivers Electricity to Your Appliances
One of the most innovative features of the TG32P12 is its ETQ Clean Sine Alternator Technology that ensures low total harmonic distortion (THD). THD is a measure of the quality of the electricity produced by a generator, and THD above six percent can damage electronics and other components over time. With THD of less than five percent, the TG32P12 ensures high-quality, safe delivery of electricity from the generator to your electrical components.
With low THD, this generator is computer-friendly, meaning it's completely safe to use with laptops, printers, desktop computers, and more. The TG32P12 will give you peace of mind knowing that your computer hardware is completely safe from power surges and bad-quality electricity.
4,000 Watts Power Most of Your Household Items
The TG32P12 produces up to 4,000 watts of power to run most of your electrically powered household items. You can use the 120-volt, 20-amp GFCI-protected outlets to simultaneously power lamps, TVs, computers, fans, or other low-wattage appliances. Or you can power 240-volt appliances, such as your water heater, using the convenient 240-volt twist-lock outlet. There's also a TT-30 adapter included for added versatility.
Heavy-Duty Steel Construction That's Built for Portability
Everything--from the heavy-duty cast-iron sleeve engine to the durable rolled steel tubing surround to the sturdy wheels--is built to last. Easy to move and store, the TG32P12 weighs 106 pounds and measures just 25.5 x 21.0 x 19.5 inches (LxWxH).
Outlets Feature Circuit-Breaker Protection
The generator offers several ways to connect your appliances or electrical equipment. There are two 120-volt outlets available for most of your everyday, low-wattage appliances, such as fans, TVs, computers, microwaves, and toasters. There's also a convenient 240-volt twist-lock outlet for running single, higher-wattage appliances and electrical equipment, such as a water heaters or central air conditioners.
All of the outlets on the TG32P12 Portable Generator are circuit-breaker protected to eliminate the risk of power-surge damage, which can potentially ruin your appliances and electrical equipment.
The ETQ TG32P12 Portable Generator is backed by a one-year manufacturer's warranty.
What's in the Box
ETQ TG32P12 Portable Generator, TT-30 adapter, wheel kit, and handle.
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The Eastern Tools and Equipment 3250-watt portable generator includes a portability kit to make this heavy-duty generator easily mobile. The onboard 7 HP engine delivers up to 13-hours of run time at half load, and it produces a mere 68-decibels at 21-feet, making this generator an ideal choice noise is a consideration. The generator also includes 125-volt 14A ground fault circuit interrupter receptacles and is backed by a 1-year limited warranty.See all Product description
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CONS: The starter rope is poorly located (fortunately it starts easily). The user manual isn't very technical and doesn't cover the outlet electrical specifications in much detail. The oil fill hole not very accessible (no filler tube). I recommend a small-diameter, flexible hose funnel to fill the unit with oil. The generator has no built-in hour meter. The oil drain plug on my unit was excessively tightened and required a 10mm 6-point socket, 3/8" extension, a ratchet, and a lot of muscle to break the plug loose. The fuel cut-off switch is located directly off of the tank, not near the carburetor, so the unit will run a minute or two after fuel cut-off, as it burns the fuel in the long fuel line path to the carb.
I added a Hardline hour meter (available on Amazon.com) to make maintenance tracking much easier. (Installation is simple: wrap a wire around the spark plug wire 5 times, zip-tie it and insert the other end of the wire into the meter body.)
Fuel consumption was 0.175 Gallons / kWh at 1,800 Watts load. (Ethanol-free 87 Octane gasoline was used).
ENGINE BREAK-IN: the engine on my unit is a 207cc 7HP OHV Chongqing AmPride aluminum engine. I used Mobil Clean 5000 10w30 oil for the break-in oil change intervals and Mobil 1 synthetic oil after the break in changes. For my break-in, I used a load of 1,800 Watts (15 Amps), consisting of a small ceramic heater and a halogen work light. Removal of the initial engine-wear filings via short-interval oil changes is very important, as this generator does not have an oil filter. The manual sets the first scheduled oil change at 20 hours or first month, however I strongly recommend several intermediate break-in oil changes much earlier.
* Changed oil at 5 unit hours (highly recommended by me, but not warranty required): the oil had several large metallic specks and a lot of fine, sparkly filings from the break-in wear.
* Changed oil at 10 unit hours (recommended by me, but not warranty required): no large specks, just fine sparkly filings, though much less than was present at 5 hours.
* Changed oil at 20 unit hours (Scheduled Maintenance): Oil looked good, engine appears to have broken-in properly. Filled with Mobil 1 synthetic oil.
This unit is fairly loud, but I started my 6.5 hp Craftsman lawnmower next to it for comparison and the mower was noticeably louder. I do recommend getting a funnel with a flexible neck for filling with oil.
It seems capable as rated; I connected a 1500 watt heater to the right hand 120v outlet and the voltage dropped only 1 volt. On the left, however, it sustained the load, but the voltage dropped to 114v. From studying the schematic, it appears on this generator that the load is voltage compensated on the right outlet only, which is connected to one of the two field coils on the alternator. The left outlet is not regulated, so you want to try and balance your load between the two outlets as much as possible, and connect any sensitive devices to the righthand one.
All in all, I'm satisfied with this generator for my purpose, which is emergency power for my refrigerator, gas fireplace fan and some lights.
Generator started but would not idle or produce electricity. I put it away thinking that an electrical connection had come loose and would repair it later. Took recently to repair mechanic/electrician.
Result: The brushes should be a 5 - 12 volts ac max.
The windings should come out at 5 v ac across L1 & L2 and R1 & R2.
L1 and R1 should come out at 0 v ac. (Must be set on lowest voltage for test to be accurate.)
I am sorry to tell your, but your windings are arcing and will need replacing. We can tell this because you are getting a voltage across the L1 and R1.
If you can remove the end plate and tell me the diameter, and the length of the windings that fit between the casings, we might have a reclaimed set of windings. If not you will need to replace the whole alternator unit.
So after running one time - alternator shot. No more mainland Chinese stuff for me.