Honda Power Equipment has added ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) technology to three of its most popular generator models for commercial applications. The Honda EB6500 Industrial Series, the EM5000 Deluxe Series generator and the Honda EG4000 Economy Series generator, each equipped with GFCI 20 amp duplex receptacles.
The Honda EB6500 Industrial Series Generator
Powered by the Honda iGX390 commercial grade overhead valve engine and supported by a heavy-duty frame, the generator provides 6,500 watts 120/240V of backup power, and the Intelligent Automatic Voltage Regulation Power feature to enhance performance and power output, in demanding commercial and construction operating conditions. In addition, the EB6500 boasts a long run time, (up to 10.4 hours at the 50 percent load) for extended work hours, and also is equipped with a two wheel kit and lift hook.
The Honda EM5000 Deluxe Series Generator
Providing 5,000 watts 120/240V of convenient, reliable backup power, the Honda EM5000 Deluxe Series generator features electric start, remote start capability and exceptionally long run times (as long as 11.2 hours at the 50 percent loads) on one tank of fuel. Powered by the Honda iGX390 engine, the EM5000 operates at a low 72 dB(A) sound level. The generator includes the Honda exclusive iAVR Power feature that enhances generator performance and power output.
Spotlight on the Honda EG4000 Economy Series Generator
The Honda EG4000 Economy Series generator produces 4,000 watts 120/240V of backup power. The EG4000 incorporates a number of advanced design features, including Digital Automatic Voltage Regulator (DAVR) technology for consistent stable power. The DAVR holds the voltage stable within one percent over time during standard operation and has a built-in self-diagnosis function to prevent engine speed from exceeding 4,140 rpm for longer than three seconds in varying voltage conditions.