I wear with the intention of purchasing a generator set for emergency supply of a single-family home. In the event of a power outage I would like to supply two routers, two laptops, three monitors, a fridge and a freezer (I allow the fridge and freezer to be changed alternately, eg every two hours, switching on one and switching off the other) and possibly an induction cooker. All receivers are single-phase so the unit is also single-phase. Network failures do not happen very often, but due to work from home they are quite painful. The aggregate will probably work less than 20 hours a year, so I do not want to pay money to Honda. I also do not want to buy a Chinaman who refuses to cooperate the second time and has no part or service to him.
I am looking for something to 2000 PLN and preferably about 1500PLN.
I searched the network and for the moment I'm hesitating between: Nac - HANDYGEN 2500A - only 1900W and a very small fuel tank, but the Briggs & Stratton engine. ENDRESS ESE3200P - 2800W - I can not find information about the winding material. Black & decker BD3000 - 2500W, aluminum winding.
Does anyone have experience with any of these aggregates and can recommend or discourage the purchase of one of them?
It's basically any you can buy. Only cheap dips can break down quickly. For years, it is better to buy some more expensive, and to have 2.2kW or more of continuous power. For 1500 on the Allegro you can easily buy a good chiller. .........................................
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There are several problems. 1) the installation at home must be adapted to be supplied from the Unit. (You can read on our forum about it, there are many topics) 2) 1-phase induction hob, and how much power does it have? 3) Not all devices can withstand the power supply well, mainly electronics.
Christopher, 1) I assume that the connection will be made by a qualified electrician 2) The disc with probably more power has more than each of these aggregates, but I assume using one "burner" max for half of the available power. 3) All of these aggregates are with voltage stabilization and manufacturers declare that they can be powered by electronics.