11 Best Honda Whole House Generators Propane With Transfer Switch

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Top 11 Honda Whole House Generators Propane With Transfer Switch

Rainier R12000DF Dual Fuel ( Watts - CARB Compliant - Transfer Switch Ready)
Product Highlights:
  • dual fuel - 12000 peak watts and 9500 running watts (gasoline); 10800 peak watts and 8550 running watts (propane); 6.6 gallon fuel tank with fuel gauge and automatic low oil shutdown
  • electric start - convenient one-touch power switch with back-up recoil start
  • full control panel featuring two 5-20r 120v 20 amp outlets for home use, one l5-30r 120v 30 amp outlet, and one tt-30r 120v 30 amp outlet; two grounding ports; vft display - volts, frequency, and lifetime hours
Reliance Controls Corporation 31406CRK ( Kit For Generators (7500 Watts).)
Product Highlights:
  • kit includes 31406c six-circuit prewired transfer switch, pc3010 power cord (10 feet, 10 awg, l14-30 ends), pb30 outdoor painted steel remote power inlet box, wire nuts, and l14-20 male plug for 20a generator outlets
  • convenient kit for your transfer switch, circuitry and multi-wiring needs
  • maximum generator running watts: 7,500
Reliance Controls Corporation 20216A ( Generators Up To 5,000 Running Watts)
Product Highlights:
  • designed for fast installation in both residential and commerical applications
  • 18-inch flexible conduit whip easily attaches to load center
  • maximum generator running watts: 5,000
Reliance Controls Corporation CSR202 ( Generators Up To 5,000 Watts)
Product Highlights:
  • outdoor, nema 3r transfer switch
  • easy to install, easy to use. max. combined load @ 125 vac - 40
  • maximum generator running watts: 5,000
Reliance Controls Corporation 31410CRK ( Generators Up To 7,500 Running Watts)
Product Highlights:
  • kit includes 31410c ten-circuit prewired transfer switch, pc3010 power cord (10 feet, 10 awg, l14-30 ends), pb30 outdoor painted steel power inlet box, and wire nuts
  • convenient kit for your transfer switch, circuitry and multi-wiring needs.pro/tran transfer switches feature a rugged powder-coated steel cabinet with six combination 1/2-inch and 3/4-inch knockouts
  • maximum generator running watts: 7,501. max. combined load @ 125 vac:60, max. combined load @ 250 vac:30
Reliance Controls TF151W EasyTran ( Generators, Small, Gray)
Product Highlights:
  • designed for control of a single circuit in the event of power failure and uses standard grounded extension cord
  • 18-inch pre-wired aluminum conduit allows for easy connection at circuit breaker panel
  • maximum generator running watts: 1, 875
DuroMax 12000 Max 9500 ( Portable Generator, XP12000EH)
Product Highlights:
  • powerful duromax engine: the xp12000eh is powered by a duromax 18hp, 457cc ohv engine.
  • dual fuel technology: the ability to run on propane or gasoline allows the freedom and flexibility of fuel choice.
  • plenty of power: with 12,000 starting watts and 9,500 running watts, this unit can handle heavy loads from lights and a refrigerator to a home air conditioner and high amperage power tools.
Westinghouse WGen7500 Portable Generator ( Powered - CARB Compliant - Transfer Switch Ready)
Product Highlights:
  • 7500 running watts and 9500 peak watts; remote start with included key fob, electric and recoil start; up to 16 hours of run time on a 6.6 gallon fuel tank with fuel gauge
  • features two gfci (ground fault circuit interrupter) 5-20r 120v household duplex receptacle and one l14-30r 120/240v twist-lock receptacle; all outlets have rubber covers for added safety
  • plug-and-play: comes with a remote start key fob, 12v battery charger, oil, an oil funnel, a tool kit, and a user's manual to get you started right out of the box (minimal assembly required)
Generac 70432 Home Standby ( Wi-Fi And Transfer Switch, Aluminum)
Product Highlights:
  • 5-year limited warranty for automatic standby generators.
  • powers 16-circuits of your home with the 200-amp, nema 3r (indoor or outdoor rated) transfer switch with aluminum enclosure
  • smart, user-friendly controls. generac's evolution controller features a multilingual lcd display that allows you to monitor battery status and track maintenance intervals to ensure your generator is always in top operating condition.
Briggs Stratton 40531 ( Symphony II Transfer Switch)
Product Highlights:
  • includes 200 amp automatic transfer switch with flexible indoor/outdoor installation
  • 12 kw with symphony  ii power management can manage a home, up to 5,500 sq. ft. with a 4-ton air conditioner saving you thousands less than a previously required 20 kw
  • closer placement options as close as 18 in. from your home per the national fire protection agency 37 standard
Generac 7127 IQ35003500 Watt ( Quieter Than Honda, Orange/Black)
Product Highlights:
  • ultra-quiet - 40% quieter than honda*. advanced inverter technology and enclosure design provide optimal quiet performance (* over 5 db(a) quieter than the eu3000is, based on independent third-party testing).
  • ideal for work or play - durable steel enclosure, clean inverter power and easy portability make this the ideal generator for jobsites or recreational activities.
  • 16% more power than honda*. featuring powerrush advanced technology - delivers over 50% more starting capacity allowing you to do more with less**(*500 more starting watts than eu3000is, based on manufacturer's specifications.)(**increases electrical current upon demand; above rated output when starting electric motors.)

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