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Old 02-12-2014, 07:51 PM   #1
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Kipor 3000watt inverter generator

Bought in fall of 2011 complete with wheel kit & cover only use was to run it every few months, (bought larger unit to power home) Very quite unit great for RV etc. Would consider a trade ?
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Building Silent and High-quality Generators to Enhance Your Lifestyle.
The KIPOR Digital Sinemaster generator set series offer unsurpassed
technology, quality and consumer benefits in the industry.
Power For Today's Electronics The alternator is connected directly to the engine, eliminating the flywheel as in traditional sets.
This design results in a 50% reduction in weight and overall dimensions. Electric power is made
available to a wide range of applications.
Unique Construction Utilizing The Latest Technology
Patented cooling air intake design, smart throttle power management, sound attenuation
construction and inverter style output all combine to produce state-of-the-art portable electric power.
Green Power System
The KIPOR Digital Sinemaster Series is among the most environmentally friendly class of generators
in the marketplace. The two-tiered noise dampening system results in a 10-15 decibel reduction from
traditional generator sets. The high-efficiency combustion system results in ultra-low emissions
Quality Power
KIPOR utilizes inverter technology in the Digital Sinemaster Series generators to produce a pure sine
wave AC output. The inverter unit tightly regulates voltage and frequency. You can rely on the generator
to safely run all electronic equipment including microprocessor controlled appliances and tools
A Wide Range of Benefits
In addition to clean, quiet, and efficient power, KIPOR offers superior overload and low oil level protection.
The unique Smart Throttle automatically varies the engine speed according to the load, resulting in lower
fuel consumption and less engine noise. Using 20 to 40% less fuel than a conventional set results in a
longer running time.
Model IG3000E
Rated frequency (Hz) 50 60
Rated voltage(V) 230 120/240
Rated current(A) 12.2 23.3/11.7
Rated speed (r/min) 3600
Rated output (kVA) 2.8
Max. output (kVA) 3.0
DC output 12V-5.0A
Phase number Single
Current breaker N/A
Structure type Open frame
Fuel capacity(L) 9.4
Set fuel consumption(g/kW.h) 500
Continous running time(hr)(rated output) 5
Noise level(zero load-full load)dB(A)/7m 68-78
Overall dimension(L×W×H)(mm) 491X410X430
Net weight(kg) 40
Starting system Recoil starter & Electric starter Battery not Included
Fuel type Automotive unleaded gasoline
Lube oil brand CD grade or SAE10W-30,15W-40
Engine Model KG205GEXI
Engine Type Single cylinder, bolique, four-stroke, OHV, air-cooled
Bore×stroke (mm) 68×54
Displacement (ml) 196
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Old 03-31-2014, 04:30 PM   #2
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how much?
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Old 03-31-2014, 06:27 PM   #3
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that generator is not appropriate for use in a campground, with a noise rating of 68-78db!!

it would be great for boondocking, auto races and home backup power though.
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Old 03-31-2014, 08:09 PM   #4
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Is there a noise level rule? Or is just at certain times?
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most nat parks (and state parks ) have both db limits AND time limits within that...i think its like 68db MAX....but if you got neighbors thats about 10db too much for anyones sanity......

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Is there a noise level rule? Or is just at certain times?
every state and national park i've been to, has noise level rules and time rules.
and this one starts at 68db WITHOUT a load on it.
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Old 03-31-2014, 11:06 PM   #7
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Not sure he said it was ultra quiet!

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Not sure he said it was ultra quiet!

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the OP's quote was: "Very quite unit great for RV etc.".
68db-78db is NOT "very quiet" and not appropriate for RV'ing unless the RV is boondocking with no one around or at a motor race event.

and there's no such thing as an "ultra" quiet generator. even Honda and Yamaha inverter generators aren't quiet, they're just quieter than most other generators.

there's quieter generators and then there's louder generators.
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Old 04-01-2014, 07:16 AM   #9
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My bad. 53 to 56 is the eu 2000 Honda for comparison. I know those are quiet.

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Why are you guys dumping on his ad?

Let the jrizza sell his stuff without your commentary.

Sorry jrizza, not everyone on this forum is that rude!
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