Westinghouse WH2400i Portable Inverter Generator – 2100 Running Watts and 2400 Starting Watts – Gas Powered – CARB Compliant

Whether you are ready to go camping, tailgating, or you just need a portable power supply, the Westinghouse Explorer Series WH2400i Digital Inverter Generator is a lightweight, compact, and powerful solution that meets all of your needs.  Westinghouse Digital Inverter Generators are unique because they produce clean energy with a low amount of total harmonic distortion (THD) that doesn’t suffer from the voltage spikes and drops common with traditional generators – this means that you can depend on any Westinghouse Digital Inverter Generator to safely and reliably power computers, tablets, cell phones, and other sensitive electronic devices.  Additionally, the engine speed of Westinghouse Digital Inverter Generators are regulated to match the load being put on the generator, unlike traditional generators that run at a consistent speed with no variation to engine speed – this makes Westinghouse Digital Inverter Generators highly fuel-efficient, , and economical to operate.  Innovative design features such as asymmetrical fans, a dual muffler design, and a double insulated acoustic hood make Westinghouse Digital Inverter Generators one of the quietest generators on the market.  Included with the purchase of any Westinghouse Digital Inverter Generator is a 2-Year Limited Warranty and access to a nationwide network of support professionals.

Product Features

  • Lightweight, Compact, and Quiet – Power Anywhere, Anytime (43 lbs. and 59dBa at 50% Load)
  • Safely Powers Sensitive Electronics Such as Laptop Computers, Cell Phones, & More (2100 Running Watts / 2400 Starting Watts at <3% THD – EPA & CARB Compliant (Legal for Sale in California))
  • Enhanced Fuel Efficiency – 1.3 Gallon Gas Tank Lasts 11 Hours at a 25% Load – Runs All Night
  • Features 2 USB Ports That Easily Charge Your Phone or Any Electronic Device
  • Double Your Power –  Connect the WH2400i to Another Westinghouse WH2400i or WH2000iXLT Digital Inverter Generator with a Westinghouse Parallel Cord (Sold Separately) to Increase Your Wattage

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7 Responses to Westinghouse WH2400i Portable Inverter Generator – 2100 Running Watts and 2400 Starting Watts – Gas Powered – CARB Compliant

  1. J. Berting says:

    Great generator! If you’re in the market, stop looking and buy this one. After over a year of research and nit-picking over all the important stuff: run time, clean continuous voltage delivery, wattage, ruggedness, and manufacture support, Westinghouse always made it onto the short list. The WH7500E meets all of these requirements in spades. And although my first understanding was that it was made in the USA, which it is not, it is supported by a very robust and helpful service team with centers located across the country. Not a single regret.UPDATE:…

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    I’ve had my WH7500E generator for only a few months, and have already needed to use it during a 5 hour power-outage. I’m using it as a manual-transfer whole-house backup generator, and it has done that job very well. The generator starts easily, delivers the power that’s expected, and has low enough distortion that everything in my house runs well. The build quality is excellent, and I had no problems getting it running. Despite its 200 pound weight, the wheels and handles allow it to be moved…

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    Received it 12/26/12, assembled wheels & lift bars, added oil to engine and connected negative battery terminal. Turned off the main breaker on the generator, added gas and hit the electric start and she fired right off. Let it run for about 5 minutes, shut engine down and plugged it into the exterior 30amp box. Re-started the generator, turned off the house main breaker, moved the interlock over, turned on the generator breaker in the main box and then the main breaker on the generator…

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