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Champion 3400-Watt Dual-Fuel RV Ready Portable Inverter Generator w/Electric Start

Champion 3400-Watt Dual-Fuel RV Ready Portable Inverter Generator w/Electric Start 2

The Champion Power Equipment 100263 3400-Watt Portable Inverter Generator is the perfect combination of versatility and convenience whether you need power for your home, RV or project. The convenient electric start includes a battery, plus Cold Start Technology ensures a quick start in cold weather. Connect your sensitive electronics with confidence since this inverter produces only Clean Power (˂ 3% THD). Designed for safety with a low oil shut-off sensor, this inverter has a 0.6-quart oil capacity (recommended 10W-30). Operate your Dual-Fuel generator right out of the box on gasoline or propane, and easily switch fuels with a quick turn of the fuel selector dial. Using gasoline, the 192cc Champion engine produces 3400 starting watts and 3100 running watts, and will run for 7.5 hours at 25% load. It produces 3060 starting watts and 2790 running watts, and will run for 14.5 hours at 25% load when using a 20-pound propane tank.

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Kogalla Solar Storage Bank

Kogalla Solar Storage Bank 2

The SSB integrates an ultra-slim, 10,000 mAh power pack with a rugged 22 Watt, foldable solar array into a compact, lightweight, easy-to-carry unit. The SSB also includes a USB light and cables in an attached zippered pouch. The Kogalla Solar Storage Bank has several distinct advantages over the numerous solar panels and power banks on the market. Integrating the solar panel array with the storage bank makes the unit super-easy to set up. Just unfold and place it in the sun. Kogalla also matches the solar panel array to the storage bank which maximizes energy harvest, and ensures uninterrupted operation. Even in low-sun conditions, the unit will harvest energy without fear of the charging connection shutting off. If the sun is blocked for a period, the SSB will automatically resume charging when the sun returns. You'll never return after a long day to find that a passing cloud terminated your charging cycle fifteen minutes after leaving camp.

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