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Sportsman

Model GEN7000LP

Internet #202222975

7,000-Watt Propane Gas Electric Start Portable Generator

$776.44 /each
(limit 5 per order)
  • Runs on clean, quiet and efficient Liquid Propane Gas (LPG)
  • Electric Start Feature
  • 6,000 running watts/7,000 surge watts

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The Sportsman Propane 6000/7000-Watt Portable Generator easily powers common household appliances and power tools. Ideal for camping and running essential household appliances during power outages, this generator boasts an engine runtime of 8 hours at 50% on a common 20 lb. gas grill-type cylinder (LPG cylinder not included). The engine is surprisingly quiet, running at less than 80 dB. It also burns cleaner than gas engines, with carbon monoxide emissions up to 40% lower, and propane will not degrade, so you can store several tanks for an unlimited amount of time.

  • Easy to transport and maneuver when the included wheel kit is installed
  • Uses a standard gas grill-style LPG tank like the ones sold and refilled at The Home Depot
  • 13 hp, 4-stroke OHV, recoil start engine delivers maximum performance
  • Runs on clean, quiet and efficient liquid propane gas (LPG), so you never have to worry about bad gasoline fouling the engine
  • 6000 running watts/7000 surge watts
  • 5 ft. regulator hose is included in box
  • LPG propane tank is not included
  • Features air-cooled design, AVR (automatic voltage regulation), low-oil shutoff, spark arrestor, full power panel, engine shutoff switch and overload protected outlets
  • Electric and recoil start; battery for electric start not included
  • Includes four 120V outlets, one 120/240V outlet and one 12V DC outlet
  • Runtime equal to 8 hours at 50% load per 20 lbs. of LPG fuel
  • Decibel rating of less than 80 dB for quiet operation
  • A 12V motorcycle battery no larger than 7-1/4 in. L x 6-1/2 in. L x 3 in. W is required for electric start
  • Ideal battery required is 7-1/8 in. L x 6 in. H x 3 in. W, 130 minimum CCA (cold cranking amps)
  • EPA-approved
  • 30 Amp outlet
  • Liquid Propane Gas Generator

    Sportsman 7,000-Watt Propane Gas Electric Start Portable Generator

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will this generator power a 220 volt well and run common 110 volt appliances at the same time?

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Yes it will.
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Again, "YES"
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Yes!
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Yes. I have mine hooked up to a 6 switch manual switch box. I run my well, kitchen, master bedroom and master bath.
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Yes, I found it has sufficient power to handle the startup surge load of my 220V well pump and still keep my other 110 volt loads, such as my basement lights and outlets, on. My lights sometime dim for a second or two, and I would caution against running sensitive electronics. If your 110V loads are significant, you may need to make sure the draw on each of the two phases is roughly balanced or you may Read More
Yes, I found it has sufficient power to handle the startup surge load of my 220V well pump and still keep my other 110 volt loads, such as my basement lights and outlets, on. My lights sometime dim for a second or two, and I would caution against running sensitive electronics. If your 110V loads are significant, you may need to make sure the draw on each of the two phases is roughly balanced or you may exceed the generator's capacity on one of the phases. I hooked up my generator to a manual transfer switch, besides being safer than stringing extension cords everywhere, has the added advantage of allowing me to see the load on each phase. Read Less
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The 7000 propane generator is a 6000 running and 7000 surge watt generator. The 120 outlets are 20 amps and the 220 outlet is a 30 amp. Make sure to not go over the allotted running wattage and amperage for the generator. Thank you.
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total amps generator will put out

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In the owners manual the amperage rating is 25A+25A at 120V and 25A at 240V.
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40 A
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40 A amps
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40 Amps
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MAX loads (per the manual) on the 240V plug is 30 Amps. There are 2 pairs of 120V plugs; each has a max of 20 amps. The manual provides a table with expected wattage draws for various devices (which varies depending on whether they are 120V or 240V), and cautions that the generator can handle 'surge' loads (about 6,000 watts) only briefly without damage.
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does this unit supply "clean" power that will not destroy a computer?

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For Clean power for sensitive electronics use a Digital Inverter or a Generator with Low THD (Total Harmonic Distortion) output
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hasn't hurt mine.
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So far mine is OK.
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The manual cautions that this generator should NOT be used for computers, TVs, and other sensitive devices. Other companies make 'clean power' pure-sine-wave LP generators -- try Champion.
To quote the GEN7000LP manual, on page 6: "This generator is not intended to power sensitive electronic equipment such as TVs, DVD players, stereos, desktop computers or laptop computers without the use of an
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The manual cautions that this generator should NOT be used for computers, TVs, and other sensitive devices. Other companies make 'clean power' pure-sine-wave LP generators -- try Champion.
To quote the GEN7000LP manual, on page 6: "This generator is not intended to power sensitive electronic equipment such as TVs, DVD players, stereos, desktop computers or laptop computers without the use of an appropriate line conditioner and/or surge protector (both not included). Sensitive electronic equipment should be operated on approved inverter type generators or pure sine wave generators."
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This generator is not an item that produces clean power. For sensitive electronics we suggest using an inverter generator. If you have any other questions please contact customer service at 800-568-6657. Thank you.
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How many amps does this unit put out??

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7000 Watts/ 240Volts = 29.16 Amps Surge, and 6000/240Volt= 25 amps continous
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40 A
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The generator has 4 120 volt (20 amp) outlets and 1 240 volt (30 amp) outlets. Thank you.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 283 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Best generator purchase Love this generator,, clean LPG, no smell during storage, easy to operate/start. Little heavier than expected, but when the power went out, for over 5 hours, it ran most of the house power needs. Just one note. wished the power cord was 5 feet longer July 12, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Propane Generator was a Good Buy We wanted a back-up generator that would be low maintenance and easy to use. This propane generator fits the bill. First of all it was easy to assemble less than an hour, it came with easy instructions, it runs on propane which is easy to store and purchase and it has an electric start which worked every time. The only issue we had was filling the oil crankcase. The instructions state a certain fluid amount was needed and it was much less than what was stated and overflowed onto the garage floor. We called the manufacturer and they got back to us in a couple of days with an answer. Other than that issue it was a great buy, we hope we never need to use it. Was heavy to load and unload and is a two person lift from the truck September 7, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Propane Generator Eliminates storing Gasoline I was looking for a propane generator that the price was right for this one. Was able to set it up quickly after purchasing the battery that is not supplied. Started up without any problems using the electric start. Like the idea that it has a recoil pull cord as a backup. August 30, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by axiously awaiting first use I have not used this item yet. I'm in the process of permanently securing item to a fixed foundation. September 3, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great product The reliability, LP fuel operation and ease of operation make this a great product for those looking for an alternative source of electricity. August 23, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Generator Not much assembly was required. Cannot fully review until it is used in a no power situation. Starts easily manually, but I got the battery for those cold winter storm situations. Would recommend trying to find a maintenance free battery rather than the fill with electrolyte version. Nosier than expected, but for the size, apparently normal. August 23, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by wouldnt start right out of box wouldnt start. Pain in the butt! would not recommend August 17, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good deal Propane is cleaner burning then gasoline. The fired generator runsmoreefficient then gas powered units August 16, 2016
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