Buy a Portable Generator for Power Where You Need It
Yamaha and Honda Generators - Economy, Reliability, and Low Maintenance
Some RVs come from the factory with a generator. You'll see this most frequently in toy haulers because the off-road crowd tends to end up in places where utility generated electricity is not available. The generator of choice for the manufacturers is the Onan 5500. The truth of the matter is, the Onan generator doesn't hold a candle to a Honda or Yamaha generator. It's not even a matter worth debating at this point. Honda generators and Yamaha generators are more reliable, less maintenance intensive, and far more economical than any other brand being manufactured anywhere. It's not even a contest. What's more, The Yamaha and Honda models are portable so they provide far more versatility than the fixed Onan models. There are many, many generators that are much cheaper, buy none rival the two leaders.
Sizing is Critical
The advantages of a portable generator are obvious. First of all, you won't be limited to using it just when you are using your RV. It can easily be used for home backup power, emergency uses, tailgating, and on and on. It allows you to have electricity wherever you need it, whenever you need it. For what you'll pay for a Yamaha or Honda generator, it's money well spent. The most popular of the portable generators from these two companies are the 2,000 watt models; the Honda eu2000i and the Yamaha ef2000is. They outsell everything else in the market by a pretty wide margin. In some cases, they have enough power to operate the air conditioning units in many RVs. You will need to look at the draw from your specific AC unit to determine if they will work for you. It may well be that you will need to go with a 3,000 watt generator, especially if you will be running additional appliances at the same time. If you need help figuring this out, just give us a call and we will help you determine the right generator given your specific needs.
Videos about Portable Generators
Here is a video from the Briggs & Stratton, a major U.S. manufacturer of portable generators. They are going to show you how to safely set-up and operate your new portable generator.
Not sure about the safety of your portable generator? Watch this video for key tips concerning the safety of you and your generator from your friends at Brig...
Here is a very good video about the incredible portable generators from Yamaha. While people flock to the other big name Japanese generator manufacturer, Yamaha may be the best built generators in the world.
The Yamaha portable generator allows you to have the power you need for any situation in the field as seen featured on Deer Gear TV and as seen in action in ...
In this video, the author provides his picks for the top five portable generators. His picks are pretty solid.
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The Yamaha 2000is is our best seller. Here's a video that will give you a great introduction to this great portable generator.
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Blog Articles about Portable Generators
Let us look at the details of some of the best portable generators of 2012.
Here is a really well written article about the safe operation of a portable generator. This is a must read if you have any questions or simply have not operated a generator before.
In the wake of Hurricane Sandy, a lot of people are using portable generators right now (plus many own a generator as part of their overall survival plan an.
As a result of devestating storms like Sandy, generator sales have soared over the past year. There were many manufacturers represented at the International Builders Show.
Then there's Generac's LP5500, $800, a portable generator that comes ready to run on propane, rather than gasoline. An integrated holder accepts both 20- and 30-pound propane tanks that end the hassle of storing gasoline ...
Portable generators pose safety risk after snowstormUSA TODAYGasoline-powered electric generators, used to heat homes that lose power because of ice and wind, pose a potentially deadly hazard in the hours and days after a storm passes, by filling the ...