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Old 07-07-2016, 10:12 AM   #21
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Which Model/Size Honda? Are you going to run the A/C with it? Youroo!!
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Old 07-07-2016, 10:20 AM   #22
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At the RV plug as well as the other 2 110v outlets! All Champion Inverter Gen's I have checked had a "Floating Neutral" which gives a "Reverse Polarity" on the meter and Will NOT allow a EMS to be used as is! Youroo!!
Youroo, I think the floating (unbonded) neutral gives an open ground error (not reverse polarity), according to Mike's video here.

This is good info for everyone using an inverter generator to know, including the OP. Many thanks to our fellow member, jmsokol, for providing information like this to us.

http://noshockzone.org/generator-gro...utral-bonding/

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Old 07-07-2016, 12:53 PM   #23
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I bought two 2000 Honda's, they have been a great addition and used a lot. I have to run a CPAP at and one does job of keeping my batteries charged.
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Youroo, I think the floating (unbonded) neutral gives an open ground error (not reverse polarity), according to Mike's video here.

This is good info for everyone using an inverter generator to know, including the OP. Many thanks to our fellow member, jmsokol, for providing information like this to us.

Generator Ground-Neutral Bonding | No~Shock~Zone

Yes WmTire,that is what i meant "Open Ground"! Thanks for correcting that error! I find it odd that some members claim there Inverter Gens do NOT have a floating Neutral and others with the Same unit Do? Youroo!!
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I have two Honda's 2000i that I can hook up in parallel, had them for eight years, work great.


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