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Geneforce 3,000-Watt Battery Powered Electric Start Emergency Battery with 120-Volt Power System
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Geneforce

3,000-Watt Battery Powered Electric Start Emergency Battery with 120-Volt Power System

$12,997.00 /each

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Geneforce is the World’s first gas-free rechargeable generator. This technology has been extensively tested and utilized in the medical field for many years without any reported failures. The GEN-2,000 does not rely on gasoline so it is safe for indoor use. The unit is silent, portable and starts automatically or with one touch of a button. It does not require installation, maintenance or permits and arrives fully assembled and ready to work. The GEN-2,000 provides 120-Volt, 3,000-Watt 2,000Ah of standard electricity that can be used to power all types of appliances and electrical equipment. The unit includes a monitor that displays the systems current state of charge. This unit can provide power for several hours, days or even weeks on 1 charge. The Geneforce GEN-2,000 can be recharged with any standard wall outlet, a car, another gas generator or with solar panels that can be placed on your balcony, patio or terrace. When you need emergency power, rely on the Geneforce GEN-2,000. Item is build-to-order so please allow 4-6 weeks for delivery.

  • Generator is custom built has a lead time of 4-6 weeks
  • With no emission or gases, this battery based generator is safe for use indoors
  • Generator features 3,000 continuous wattage and 9,000 surge wattage for your basic power needs
  • Generator arrives ready to use there's no installation or maintenance required
  • Generator features silent operation for quiet, reliable emergency power
  • 24,000-Watt storage capacity
  • Automatic and 1-touch start
  • Digital numeric display selectively shows: DC Volts and Amps, Amp hours consumed, time remaining to full discharge and fault conditions
  • Built-in voltage regulation system for sensitive electronics and medical equipment
  • Built-in automatic AC transfer switch
  • 60 Amp solar charge controller for solar charging
  • 3,000-Watt continuous output/9,000-Watt surge output
  • Click on the “more info” tab to download the specifications pdf to view the wattage requirement guide

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What is the lifetime expectancy of the product if used regularly (not just rare emergencies) & is the warranty for life?

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Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot, Travis. This emergency battery has a 2 year manufacturers warranty, you can view more details here:
http://www.geneforcepower.com/home.html
We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you in the future. Thank you for shopping Home Depot.
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How many solar panels would I need for a full charge?

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Hi Berney, Approximately 15 solar panels at approximately (250Watts) each would be required to recharge the unit. Please, view "Facts" regarding recharging and adding Solar Panels to extend the "running Time" at : http://www.geneforcepower.com/facts.html
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