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The right combination of convenience & versatility are key when shopping for your next portable generator, & pulsar’s PG2200BiS is sure to have just what you need. This incredible 2, 200 peak dual fuel inverter generator with its compact, light-weight design is perfect for camping, tailgating, & other outdoor recreation. Featuring a user-friendly direct connect USB port to provide you with a safe & clean electrical current for powering cellular devices, laptops, & other sensitive electronics. Dual fuel capability lets you choose between operating on gasoline or liquid propane fuel sources, & quiet inverter technology makes it virtually silent from as little as 10′ Away. Combine this with the ability to parallel two PG2200BiS units to effectively increase power output, & you have a truly remarkable generator that you can take anywhere.

Product Features

  • 2, 200 peak watts/ 1, 800 Rated watts (gas) & 2, 000 peak watts/ 1, 600 Rated watts (LPG)
  • 80cc, 3Hp, single cylinder, 4-stroke, OHV, air cooled Engine
  • Inverter technology With parallel capability & super quiet operation (60Db)
  • (2) 120V 15A AC outlets, (1) 5V integrated USB outlet, parallel sockets
  • Stable sine WAVE to use with sensitive electronic equipment & dual fuel capability (gas or LPG)
  • Compact carrying case design with 1. 18 gallon fuel tank
  • 8 hour run-time on single tank of gas/ 75 minute run-time on 1 pound LPG tank @ 1/2 load
  • Recoil start & low oil indicator with low oil shutdown
  • Includes: Propane Hose, Spark Plug Wrench, 10W30 Oil Bottle (350ML), & Funnel
  • CSA, EPA, CARB Compliant & Backed by a 1 year limited

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3 comments

  1. Anonymous says:

    1600 watts of Peace of Mind Just received this generator, put the oil in it, and hooked it up to my BBQ propane tank. It wouldn’t start so I added a shot of starter fluid to the propane line, then it started on the next pull and ran great. Ran for 30-minutes powering a portable heater to break it in. It’s not “virtually silent”, but it’s fairly quite for a generator. With 1600 watts on propane this will run my furnace or refrigerator (one at a time) and I don’t have to worry about old gas or a gummed-up carburetor…

  2. Anonymous says:

    Runs great, starts on one pull

  3. Anonymous says:

    A little difficult to start on Propane… I can’t speak for gasoline, as I have not tried it with that, but with propane, it is hard to start. Many pulls, no effect. Then, when you can smell the gas, turn off the tank, and maybe it will start after a few pulls and a short wait. Then quickly reopen the tank. I am guessing its gets flooded (with propane).OK, I am spoiled by Honda – my Honda motors start with 1 or 2 pulls, 3 max. I probably pulled 20-30 times before I managed to find the magic approach that seemed too…

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