Hi Jaime, Honda does not have high altitude kits, the higher in elevation a small engine is operated the smaller the jet size in the carburetor would be. From sea level to 2000’ you would use the stock jet the carburetor came with from Honda. From 2000’ to 5000’ feet the first smaller jet for that carburetor. From 5000’ to 14000’ the second smaller jet for that carburetor. Dealers in high altitude areas are very knowledgeable on high elevation operation. Honda does not produce a dry fuel generator and cannot recommend a dry fuel conversion kit, because it would be an emissions violation. Adding a propane conversion kit to a generator would void the warranty on the generator's engine, due to the modification to the fuel system.
GFCI stands for Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter. It is a device that protects us from receiving electric shocks from faults in the electrical devices we use in our home. It works by comparing the input current on the hot side to the output current on the neutral side.
Please click on the dealer locator lnk below and enter your zip code to find Honda dealers in or near your area. https://powerequipment.honda.com/dealer-locator
Yes. You can double your power with parallel capability by adding a second EU2200i for additional power. Two identical models can be paralleled with an optional cable for up to 4400 watts of power. If you need a 30A RV adapter plug, the EU2200i Companion also offers parallel capability with the EU2200i.