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Pulsar PG7750BCO - 6250/7750W Dual Fuel Generator With Electric Start

The Pulsar PG7750BCO is a portable open frame dual fuel generator with a rated wattage of 6,250 W and a starting wattage of 7,750 W. (Read full specs)

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  • $944.99 - April 17, 2024
  • $1,049.99 - December 6, 2023
  • $944.99 - November 22, 2023
  • $1,049.99 - November 7, 2023
  • $944.99 - October 17, 2023
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Since: October 17, 2023
  • Highest Price: $1,049.99 - November 7, 2023
  • Lowest Price: $944.99 - October 17, 2023

Description

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In summary, the Pulsar PG7750BCO is a portable generator especially useful for:

  • Food truck owners who want to ensure that their business is fully self-contained and does not rely on potentially unreliable external power
  • Homeowners who want to be able to use the most necessary devices in their household, even during a blackout
  • Professionals who want to be able to deliver results, even during a power failure
  • RV travellers who wish to upgrade their experience to another level

The following sections will present you in detail its power characteristics, the different outlets it offers, its overall portability, the extra features it benefits from, and any relevant emission compliance details.

Power & Run Time

The Pulsar PG7750BCO in use

The Pulsar PG7750BCO

With its dual-fuel technology, the powerful and versatile Pulsar PG7750BCO provides an output of 120/240V. While gasoline-powered, it gives a running wattage of 6,250W along with a peak wattage of 7,750W. While propane-powered, it provides 6,000 rated watts and 7,500 starting watts.

Pulsar’s patented Switch & Go technology allows you to switch from propane to gasoline or from gasoline to propane while the generator is running.

The generator is rated for a noise of 78 dBA (less noisy than a vacuum cleaner). Its starting mechanisms include a conventional pull-start mechanism and a simple and elegant electric starter (battery included).

As for its running time, the PG7750BCO, along with its 6.6 gallons fuel capacity, can run for around 9.5 hours at 50% load with a full tank filled with gasoline (fuel consumption around 0.69 GPH). If propane is used, it can operate for around 5 hours (estimation based on a 20 lbs tank - propane consumption around 0.94 GPH).

Outlets

The control panel provides the upcoming 6 AC outlets:

Two Duplexes 120V 20A (5-20R) GFCI
120V 30A (L5-30R) receptacle
120/240V 30A (L14-30R) receptacle

Additionally, it features 1 DC outlet: there's a 12V 8A output allowing you to easily charge your batteries.

This Pulsar generator features an L5-30R receptacle, enabling an easy RV connection via an L5-30P to TT-30R adaptor. However, it is still not quite RV ready. Besides, due to the featured twist-lock L14-30R receptacle, the PG7750BCO is transfer switch ready: you may connect it to a breaker box to power your household during a power outage.

Portability

The dimensions of the Pulsar PG7750BCO, which are L26.8 x W20.5 x H21.7 in, and its typical, open frame design provides stability and enables the generator to be raised above ground level. The design is ideal for rough environments and demanding outdoor use.

While the generator is considered to be technically 'portable' (in the sense that you can move it), manually lifting and transporting it may be challenging, due to its high weight of 176.6 lbs. Nevertheless, thanks to its wheel kit (⌀12") and its folding handle (a decent solution to its lack of maneuverability), the generator can be easily moved, once placed the ground.

Features

Panel of the Pulsar PG7750BCO

The PG7750BCO's control panel

To help you monitor the PG7750BCO's status and activity, its control panel is equipped with a convenient meter showing you voltage, frequency and lifetime hours.

The fuel level of the generator can be determined quickly, easily, and conveniently with the help of its built-in fuel gauge.

As far as security is concerned, the generator can be used with a peace of mind, as it features an overload protection (circuit breaker) and an automatic low oil shut-off.

The unit also benefits from Pulsar's CO Sentry carbon monoxide detection. The sensor monitors for the accumulation of poisonous carbon monoxide gas around the generator, and shuts down the engine is increasing levels of CO gas are detected.

While the standard documentation and an owner's manual (opens in a new tab), helpful for starting the device promptly, come with the Pulsar PG7750BCO, the following accessories are also included: tool kit, funnel and propane hose.

Emissions

The Pulsar PG7750BCO is EPA-approved and CARB-compliant. Therefore, its sale and purchase are permitted in all of the 50 states, including California.

Moreover, it features a spark arrestor and thus, may be used in forested areas.

Product Video

The Pulsar PG7750BCO versus other generators

The following charts are provided to give you an idea of how some of the key specs of the Pulsar PG7750BCO compare to dual fuel generators of similar power (between 5500 and 6500 W).

  • As its dry weight is 176.6 pounds, the Pulsar PG7750BCO is one of the heavier of the dual fuel products which can generate 5500 to 6500 running watts. If weight matters to you, one of the champions in this power range is the Pulsar PGDA70BiSCO with only 118 pounds.
  • If compared to generators capable of producing a similar running wattage, this generator with a lowest emitted noise of 78 dBA can be considered somewhat noisy. If noise emissions are one of your priorities, you may be interested in the Pulsar PGDA70BiSCO, one of the least noisy generators similarly powerful as this one, rated for 62 dBA.
  • Offering around 9.5 hours of running time on a full tank at 50% load, the PG7750BCO is within the average autonomy range of similarly powerful dual fuel generators. If concerned with autonomy, one of the products of a comparable power output, which offers the highest run time, is the Firman H05751, boasting with around 12 hours.
  • Even though run times are undoubtedly important, they are dependent on the fuel capacity to a large extent. For a more wholesome picture, we must take into consideration the fuel consumption of the generator. This generator is not fuel efficient compared to devices of similar output: its estimated fuel consumption stands at 0.69 GPH at a 50% load. If you wish to acquire one of the most gasoline efficient products of this power range, the Pulsar PGDA70BiSCO, with a fuel consumption of 0.42 GPH could be in your good books.

Price comparison

As you can see from these interactive charts, when compared to other 5500-6500W dual fuel generators, the Pulsar PG7750BCO is on the average side of the price range.

Therefore, this generator nicely fits in the expected budget for this kind of product.

The bottom line

STRENGTHS:
  • In the expected price range
  • Dual Fuel
  • CO Sentry technology
  • Several accessories included
  • GFCI Outlets
  • Electric start
  • Switch & Go technology
AVERAGE SPECS:
  • Decent run time
WEAKNESSES:
  • No 50-amp output
  • No remote start
  • On the heavy side (176.6 lbs)
  • On the noisy side (78 dBA)
  • Low fuel efficiency

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Features and Specifications

General
InverterNo
Parallel capableNo
RV readyNo
FuelDual Fuel (gasoline/propane)
Engine420 cc Ducar OHV 4-stroke
Starting systemRecoil, Electric
Warranty2 years
VoltageAC: 120/240V 60 Hz, DC: 12V
Power
GasolinePropane
Running watts6,250 W6,000 W
Starting watts7,750 W7,500 W
Running amps (@120/240V)52.1/26 amps50/25 amps
Peak amps (@120/240V)64.6/32.3 amps62.5/31.3 amps
Run time @50% load9.5 h5 h *
Run time @25% loadUnknownUnknown
Features
GFCI outletsYes
Covered outletsNo
Automatic Voltage RegulationYes
AC outlets
  • 2x Duplex 120V 20A (5-20R) GFCI
  • 1x 120V 30A (L5-30R)
  • 1x 120/240V 30A (L14-30R)
DC outlets1x 12V 8A output
Data centerVFT
IndicatorsNo
Fuel tank6.6 gal
Fuel gaugeYes
Misc
Weight176.6 lbs
Approx. dimensions (L x W x H)26.8 x 20.5 x 21.7 in
Noise (lower limit)78 dBA
THDUnknown
ComplianceCARB, EPA
SecurityLow oil and overload protection, CO monitoring
Spark arrestorYes
NeutralBonded to frame
Accessories includedFunnel, tool kit, propane hose, battery, and wheel kit
UPC814726027179

Unlike many websites, we did our best to research each of the specs above. That being said, we are not immune to making the occasional mistake or omission. Should you notice any missing or incorrect values, don't hesitate to suggest improvements so we can address the issue.
* Propane runtime is our own estimation, based on a 20 lbs tank and NIST 1994 GGE (Gasoline Gallon Equivalent) formula: 5.66 lbs of propane = 1 gal of gasoline.

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About Pulsar

Pulsar is a brand registered under the Pulsar Products inc., based in California, USA. The company offers a decent choice of air compressors, pressure washers and of course, generators – which range from 1,2 kW to 10 kW and include dual fuel and RV-Ready designs. Pulsar has several facilities scattered throughout the US, including two distribution centers – one in California and second in Illinois. However, the production of their products seems to be outsourced overseas, to the continent of Asia.

Warranty Information

The Pulsar PG7750BCO is covered under a warranty for up to 2 years. This warranty may be limited and may not cover all parts of the generator.
For more information about the warranty of Pulsar generators, please contact the Pulsar Customer Support: 1-866-591-8921.

Questions & Answers

What can it power?
Examples of items that can be simultaneously powered.
The examples below are based on a maximum load of 80% and estimated wattages. For a more accurate estimation, use our generator sizer.
ItemRunning WattsStarting Watts
At homeElectric fry pan15001500
AC (10,000 BTU)15002200
Dish washer15003000
Refrigerator (energy star)1921192
Slow cooker270270
Total4962 W6462 W
For campingRV AC (11,000 BTU)10101600
RV refrigerator180600
Hair dryer18001900
Electric grill16501650
Slow cooker270270
Bug zapper8080
Total4990 W5580 W
For workTable saw18004500
Grinder14002500
Demolition hammer12601260
Electric fence (25 miles)250250
Drain cleaner250250
Total4960 W7660 W
Can this generator be powered by natural gas, as opposed to propane? (Asked June 04, 2021)

The unit is designed to run on gasoline or propane. You may find third party natural gas kits, but we do not recommend them, since they would most likely void your warranty and potentially put you in violation of your local emission laws.

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