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Ryobi

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2,200-Watt Green Gasoline Powered Digital Inverter Generator

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  • Super quiet: quieter than a conversation
  • Clean power: safe for sensitive electronics
  • Fuel efficient: auto-idle fuel-saving technology

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When you need power at the jobsite, at home, or for recreational use, the Ryobi 2,200-Watt Inverter Generator is ready with clean, quiet power for any occasion. Designed with an extra quiet engine, this inverter is whisper quiet and offers 2,200 Starting Watt/1,800 Running Watt and is completely safe for even the most sensitive electronics. Plus, this portable inverter is parallel-kit capable, so for larger power demands you can link 2 Ryobi Inverters together for twice the power. This Inverter also features idle-down technology for better fuel efficiency and rear wheels with extending handle to make transport a breeze. All backed by a 3-year warranty, this Inverter is guaranteed to perform.

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  • 2,200 starting watt, 1,800 running watt
  • 8.67 hours run time at 450-Watt and 5.6 hours at 900-Watt
  • 106cc OHC, 4-cycle engine
  • Super quiet: quieter than a conversation
  • Clean power: safe for sensitive electronics
  • Fuel efficient: auto-idle fuel-saving technology
  • Two 120-Volt outlets and one 12-Volt outlet
  • Parallel kit capable: connect 2 for twice the power
  • Portable: extendable handle and wheels for easy transport
  • 3-year limited warranty
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Can I charge my camper batteries with my generator?

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Remote Alaska mountain valley
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August 25, 2016
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This generator/inverter comes with DC out connector kit for charging DC batteries and any other DC component that will accept battery clamps. The Owners Manual clearly states under 'Features' 'DC Receptacle' as follows: "Your generator has a 12 volt, 7.5 amp DC receptacle for charging lead acid batteries. Warning: The 12 V DC receptacle is designed to charge vented wet lead acid batteries only. Other Read More
This generator/inverter comes with DC out connector kit for charging DC batteries and any other DC component that will accept battery clamps. The Owners Manual clearly states under 'Features' 'DC Receptacle' as follows: "Your generator has a 12 volt, 7.5 amp DC receptacle for charging lead acid batteries. Warning: The 12 V DC receptacle is designed to charge vented wet lead acid batteries only. Other types of batteries could burst, causing personal injury and damage."
I have tried the connector kit and it works. However, the low (for my needs) 7.5 amp output is not sufficient for charging my large (10) RV/Marine Deep Cycle battery bank. I use a Pro Logic 2320, 20 amp, multiphase battery charger plugged into the AC outlet on the generator/inverter. An interesting aside to charging DC, this generator/inverter allows for both DC outlets and AC outlets to be used at the same time. As a previous owner of several Honda generator/inverters, they do not allow for both to used as the same time. Plus Honda has gotten completely outrageous price wise. Hope this helps. I have no regrets purchasing/using this generator/inverter (so far).
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August 24, 2016
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As long as your charger operates at 120 volts I see no reason why this generator wouldn't power the charger for your camper batteries.
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August 24, 2016
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It is possible to charge camper batteries with a generator.
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Clean/green power needed for TV or portable AC unit?

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August 19, 2016
Does a flat screen TV or a portable AC unit need clean/green power? I've read conflicting answers where people have said yes it does and some have said no.

If it does, then this unit looks like the one to purchase, if not then I can get a more powerful one for the same price.
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I live in a very remote mountain valley in Alaska since 1982 completely off the grid, and have experienced the whole lot of generators since that time, which included modified sine wave (initially) and later the pure sine wave generator/inverters. I found that the modified sine wave generators do not play well with electronic/digital equipment which includes flat screen tv, computers, vcr, any thing that Read More
I live in a very remote mountain valley in Alaska since 1982 completely off the grid, and have experienced the whole lot of generators since that time, which included modified sine wave (initially) and later the pure sine wave generator/inverters. I found that the modified sine wave generators do not play well with electronic/digital equipment which includes flat screen tv, computers, vcr, any thing that has digital displays, etc. As a result of making the mistake of thinking (hoping) that the electronic/digital would play nice with modified sine wave, I now have a bone yard under the house that has equipment that is useless. I made the change to pure sine wave, such as this Ryobi, and all electronic/digital is as if it is still new. No more increasing the bone yard ! This Ryobi simply works as built and function. I firmly suggest not making the same mistakes I have made and go with this generator/inverter. As an aside, I also have a full solar system with digital controllers and run a Pro Logic digital charger for when the sun don't shine. Read Less
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Most modern electronics need clean power and this generator will give you clean power.
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Will it run a small 5,000 btu window air conditioner for my camper without any problems?

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Should handle it effortlessly. I run a 11k BTU roof AC on my trailer with it.
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It depends on the amperage of the AC unit. You can purchase two generators and get a free parallel kit and get plenty of power for a fraction of the cost of two Honda generators that are comparable, with the same results. 5000BTU AC units should not be a big load for one generator but it will run at peak performance. Where as a parallel system will give you plenty of power with room to spare. If it were Read More
It depends on the amperage of the AC unit. You can purchase two generators and get a free parallel kit and get plenty of power for a fraction of the cost of two Honda generators that are comparable, with the same results. 5000BTU AC units should not be a big load for one generator but it will run at peak performance. Where as a parallel system will give you plenty of power with room to spare. If it were a more reliable unit like a Honda generator, I'd go for it! But I just haven't used my Ryobi long enough to personally prove its reliability yet as a former Honda inverter user. Ryobi has the best price for sure, but longevity still isn't proven to me personally Read Less
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August 19, 2016
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find out the wattage of the ac. if less than 2000 running and starting is less than 2200 then yes.
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Without knowing the wattage listed on the 'data plate' or specifications from your owners manual it is almost impossible to answer your question. Air conditioners consume usually somewhere around twice the amount of wattage listed to start the motor that runs the compressor and once that is 'charged' it goes back down to the actual 'listed' running wattage. That increase in power needed to start is Read More
Without knowing the wattage listed on the 'data plate' or specifications from your owners manual it is almost impossible to answer your question. Air conditioners consume usually somewhere around twice the amount of wattage listed to start the motor that runs the compressor and once that is 'charged' it goes back down to the actual 'listed' running wattage. That increase in power needed to start is called 'surge'. A reasonable rule of thumb for such devices as air conditioners, microwaves, refrigerators, etc., would be to double the amount of 'running' watts listed in above references. Different manufacturers build their devices with different motors, compressors, controllers, etc. If you can locate the data mentioned above and apply the 'formula' for surge needed then apply the advertised (and accurate) information of the generator (2200 watts surge) to your air conditioner needs. If it is under that surge amount listed in the generator specs, then the generator should handle it. Read Less
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where is the serial number located

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August 17, 2016
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Hello there MS. The Serial number is located on the back of the base (on a data label). Thanks for your question.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 365 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Generator Great generator for Camping. Quiet was what the campground host said. I was impressed after buying a cheap piece of junk made by Lifan that failed in 2 days. This guy was quiet and ran all day on a tank of gas. Just as good as a honda or Yamaha at almost half the price. I used it for a month straight and it was perfect. Purchase this generator with no fear of trouble. Great Quality better price! July 4, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Good-if it will start. I bought this to power a refrigerator on a boat trip. Started it several times prior to leaving with no problems. Ran it 3 hours to the first destination. Upon departure the next day the unit would not stay running. It would start for a second then stop. After 1/2 hour trying it finally stayed running. The next day the same scenario except it took almost 45 minutes to get it running. When operating performance was adequate. When I went to return it to the store after draining the gas, it started on the second pull. Bought a Honda. August 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great We have had other generators before but this one was amazing, it did not burn a lot of oil and it ran on one tank of gas for over 6 hours. We used it on a camping trip for our 30 foot camper and never had a problem. It was quite enough where it did not disturb the whole camp. I would recommend it to anyone. FYI we did not try to run the microwave or curling iron as it was a small wattage compared to those two products. August 16, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by good little generator The reason I'm giving this 4 stars is because we haven't really given it the real test yet, only a test run. We purchased this for the boat. During the test run it was found to be much quieter than most generators, just like we had seen in other reviews. We liked that. It is also about the size of a medium-sized cooler, which is a plus when it comes to storing it on the boat. It did the job as far as running the coffee maker, microwave, etc. The only problem we had was the air conditioner kept tripping off after a few seconds. We don't believe it is a problem with the generator, but the AC. We will do further testing in that area. Other than that, we are very pleased with the product. July 19, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Bad Luck for me I had some bad luck with this generator. The first one i bought didnt work at all. It started but didnt power the outlets. I brought it back and exchanged (hoping it was a fluke). The next one i got worked great but was a beast to start. In addition, if i ran the generator for ten minutes, shut it off for about an hour, it would be almost impossible to start. The folks at home depot were great about the return but for me, the unit didnt work. I ended up buying a Champion generator that was less expensive and super easy to work. July 26, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by So far so good ! So far it's doing what I needs it to do ..run power tools to build small cabin in the woods . Was hard to put the oil in so get a small funnel when you buy it or I used a piece a tag board that I made into a small cone. HAVE NOT HAVE ANY STARTING ISSUES...SO FAR. August 2, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great product! This is the best generator I've ever used. It's a fraction of the price of the Honda equivalent, while being a third better. The wheels make it as easy to move as luggage; it's quieter; and is actually more powerful. Couldn't be happier with it August 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great It worked perfectly and super quiet. I totally recommend this product. We needed it in the woods but we needed a quiet generator. August 9, 2016
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