Originally Posted by handbuilder
We have a Champion 2000 inverter generator. Its lightweight and extremely quiet. It works great for our needs and much less the cost of a Yamaha or Honda. If the Champion didnt work out for us then we wouldve prob bought a Honda or Yamaha...
This what I would look at.
Keep in mind, the 30 amp your trailer has includes 20 amps just for the A/C option. Without it, the trailer is actually designed to run off 10 amps. A 2000w inverter is going to power your trailer with all stock appliances just fine. It will also power some additional 110v appliances, but dont get carried away.
I own a 6500 w generator primarily for when the power goes out at home. I would not think about carrying something that size with a pop-up. When we had our pop-up I thought about the small inverter gens as they are perfect sized for a PUP.
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