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Model EB5000XK31

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5,000-Watt Gasoline Portable Generator with GFCI Outlet Protection and iGX OHV Commercial Engine

$2,149.00 /each
  • Easy starting, durable, long life Honda commercial engine
  • Provides 7,000 watts for 10 seconds to start larger equipment
  • G.F.C.I. / neutral bond protection

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The EB5000 is the ultimate in portable, commercial-grade jobsite generators. Its heavy-duty construction is made to withstand the rigors of the industrial jobsite. It comes standard with a wheel kit, easy fold handles and a hanger kit with lifting eye. With a large 6.2 Gal. fuel tank and a Honda iGX commercial engine with Oil Alert, you can be confident that this Honda generator will be ready to get the job done, anytime that you are.

  • Honda's innovative iGX series engines deliver exactly what you have always wanted: reliable, optimal performance, this new generation of intelligent computer-controlled engines operate automatically with much better, simpler and faster controls
  • Honda's exclusive iAVR technology ensures a consistent flow of power regardless of the load, no need to worry about power fluctuations ruining your valuable tools, iAVR technology also enables the generator to operate well above its maximum rating for up to 10 seconds to start high initial amp draw equipment
  • 120/240-Volt selector switch - more usable power, more flexibility: choose between using both 120 and 240-Volt or 120-Volt only, this allows for the total generator output to be available through any of the 120-Volt outlets, limited only by the capacity of the individual outlet, this enables you to power units with larger wattage requirements
  • Keep you working, all day long, the EB5000 runs approximately 11.2 hours at half load and 8.1 hours at full load, keep you working
  • All circuits GFCI protected: the EB5000 offers neutral bond and full generator GFCI (ground fault circuit protection) on all outlets
  • Comes highly equipped, to make traversing the jobsite easier: easy to use, wheel barrow styled easy folding handles, crane hook eyelet, a two wheel kit and reinforced standing legs
  • Oil alert protection for peace of mind: protects the generator by shutting the engine off when low oil is detected
  • EB5000 offers neutral bond and full generator GFCI (ground fault circuit protection) on all six outlets, six outlets for easy connection of multiple tools
  • All sold units will be warranty registered as commercial use
  • Assembly required
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is it quite

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At 72 dB, the EB5000 would not really be considered a quiet generator. It is an open frame design, so all the mechanical parts are exposed and you'll hear noise from not just the exhaust, but the cooling fan, air being drawn into the engine, etc. I'd say it is at least as loud as a home vacuum cleaner. For a really quiet generator, consider Honda's EU-series models, which are fully enclosed and provide Read More
At 72 dB, the EB5000 would not really be considered a quiet generator. It is an open frame design, so all the mechanical parts are exposed and you'll hear noise from not just the exhaust, but the cooling fan, air being drawn into the engine, etc. I'd say it is at least as loud as a home vacuum cleaner. For a really quiet generator, consider Honda's EU-series models, which are fully enclosed and provide super-quiet operation. For example, the EU3000i is a lightweight, 3000 watt model that is quiet enough to stand next to and have conversation. Search for item 206191966. -Robert@Honda Read Less
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does this gen. have a 20 amp breaker

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Yes, all the circuits on this generator have full breaker protection that matches the capacity. Read all about it here (copy and past this link): http://cdn.powerequipment.honda.com/pe/pdf/misc/receptacle/W-PCI54173-A%20EB5000X.pdf -Robert@Honda
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Can you use this generator for an RV?

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Missc: Technically, yes, but there are other Honda models that would be a better choice, This EB5000 model is designed for construction or rental use. It is much more noisy and loud than some other Honda models, and while it has plenty of power (5,000 watts) your RV probably only needs 3000 watts. I'm guessing you have a single rooftop A/C system? If so, consider the Honda EU3000is, or a pair Honda Read More
Missc: Technically, yes, but there are other Honda models that would be a better choice, This EB5000 model is designed for construction or rental use. It is much more noisy and loud than some other Honda models, and while it has plenty of power (5,000 watts) your RV probably only needs 3000 watts. I'm guessing you have a single rooftop A/C system? If so, consider the Honda EU3000is, or a pair Honda EU2000i units; the 2 x EU2000i is a popular solution because they provide 4,000 watts total when hooked-up together, and weigh only 49 lb.s each. They will also easily fit into a compartment on your RV. Use this link to find a Honda Generator Dealer in your area that can help you out: http://powerequipment.honda.com/dealer-locator -Robert@Honda Read Less
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Decibel level?

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72 dB(a) at rated load (4,500 watts). -Robert@Honda
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Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very best way to go is a Honda. One of the finest generators made. The motor far surpasses some of the other big names and you don't have to bother buying one with the battery start. The low compression ration makes the pull start so easy any 10 yr. old could pull it without a problem. They always start by the second pull so save your money. Little tip: Use a good SYNTHETIC OIL and buy it by the 5 qt. container. Should you ever need to change the oil during a prolonged power outage you'll have all you need on hand. Also it's a good idea to start it up and put it under some type of load for a minute or two every couple of months at minimum. Buy a few outlet plug covers ( very cheap dollar store item ) and plug the outlets when not using the unit to keep out dust and debris. Always use a good gas additive also for storage and normal use because of this new gas out there. July 9, 2016
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