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Champion 200970

  • Inverter: No
  • RV Ready: Yes
  • Rated watts: 3650
  • Noise: 68 dBA
  • Peak watts: 4550
  • Weight: 110 lbs
  • Fuel: Dual Fuel
  • Runtime @50%: 14 h
  • Starting system: Recoil
  • CO Sensor: Yes
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Westinghouse WGen5300c

  • Inverter: No
  • RV Ready: Yes
  • Rated watts: 5300
  • Noise: 68 dBA
  • Peak watts: 6600
  • Weight: 136.6 lbs
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Runtime @50%: 11 h
  • Starting system: Recoil, Electric, Remote
  • CO Sensor: Yes
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Westinghouse WGen3600c

  • Inverter: No
  • RV Ready: Yes
  • Rated watts: 3600
  • Noise: 68 dBA
  • Peak watts: 4650
  • Weight: 106.1 lbs
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Runtime @25%: 14 h
  • Starting system: Recoil
  • CO Sensor: Yes
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Champion 201119

  • Inverter: No
  • RV Ready: Yes
  • Rated watts: 3650
  • Noise: 68 dBA
  • Peak watts: 4550
  • Weight: 103 lbs
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Runtime @50%: 14 h
  • Starting system: Recoil
  • CO Sensor: Yes
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About RV-Ready Generators

RV-Ready generators are characterized by their 120V 30A, TT-30R receptacle, a type of outlet that is commonly available in nearly all RV parks in the United States and Canada.

Since they also feature standard NEMA 15-20R outlets, they are not solely limited to RV users. However, RV owners appreciate not having to use adapters when hooking up their vehicles.

RV-Ready generators commonly deliver between 3000 and 5000 starting watts, but a fair amount of more powerful units exists as well.

We dedicated a blog article to the meaning of RV-Ready. Feel free to check it out for more information!

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