Generac GP7500E Electric Start Portable Generator


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Generac GP7500E 7,500 Watt Electric Start Portable Generator (49 State/CSA Compliant)

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Highlights:

  • Excellent service is provided by the resilient OHV engine
  • Emissions Certification: 49/CSA
  • Electric start (battery included)
  • Handle extends for transportation needs and lowers for storage
  • Oil levels (or lackthereof) won't damage the engine, thanks to the low oil shutdown protection
  • Hardened steel tube frame acts as armor, defending the generator from damaging factors
  • Covered outlets are also protected by circuit breakers

Think of the GP7500 from Generac as a tank, of sorts. The portable generator puts out 7,500 watts of power when you need it, and it is a very hard unit to incapacitate. At the heart of this great machine is Generac's own amazing OHV engine, which is much more efficient than many competitive engines. A low tone muffler is incorporated as well, so the generator is seen, not heard. The hardened steel tube frame deflects physical damage, and covered outlets are reinforced by circuit breakers. Low oil levels won't cause the unit to break down, because the low oil shutdown protection nips that problem in the bud. When you need to move the GP7500 from one place to another, be sure to take advantage of the handle and never-flat wheels. Generac makes their generators to put out power when you need it and to remain unbent, unbowed, and unbroken for years to come.

Covered by Generac's 2 Year Limited Warranty. Click Here for Generac Warranty Documentation.

The GP7500E includes:

  • One (1) GP7500E Electric Start Portable Generator
  • Battery
  • Battery Tender (Charger)

Tech Specs:

  • Product Series: GP7500E
  • Configuration/Emissions: CSA
  • A/C Rated Output Watts: 7500
  • A/C Maximum Output Watts: 9375
  • Voltage: 120/240VAC
  • A/C Frequency: 60 Hz
  • Rated 120/240 VAmps: 31.2
  • Max 120/240 VAmps: 39
  • Engine Displacement: 420cc
  • Engine Type: OHV
  • Engine RPM: 3600
  • Recommended Oil: SAE30
  • Lubrication Method: Splash Sump
  • Choke Type: Manual Lever
  • Fuel Shut Off: Manual Lever
  • Idle Control: Full Speed
  • Starting Method: Electric/Manual
  • Battery: Included
  • Battery Size: 12VDC 10 Ahr
  • Low Oil Shutdown Method: Low Level
  • Start Switch Type: 3-Position
  • Switch Location: On Control Panel
  • Single-Point Lifting Eye: N/A
  • Fuel Gauge: Built-in Tank
  • Fuel Tank Capacity (Gal): 8
  • Fuel Tank Capacity (Ltrs): 30.28
  • Run Time at 50% (Hours): 12
  • Cord Set: N/A
  • Handle Style: Folding
  • Wheel type: 9.5" Solid Wheels
  • Warranty: 2 Year Residential/ 1 Year Commercial

Unpackaging Your GP Series Portable Generator

How To Setup and Maintain your Portable Generator

Getting to Know the Controls and Components of Your GP Series Portable Generator

Adding Fuel to Your GP Series Portable Generator

Adding Oil to Your GP Series Portable Generator

Excerpts From the Bosses Radio Show

  1. Two Important Factors to consider when setting up and locating your generator: (Audio Answer)

  2. What size generator do I need? (Audio Answer)

  3. Is it Ok to run a generator inside the home? (Audio Answer)

  4. What are the 3 ways to incorporate a generator into your backup power plan? (Audio Answer)

  5. What's the best way to incorporate a generator so that switching to it is hassle-free? (Audio Answer)

  6. How will a transfer switch eliminate the need for a lot of messy cords? (Audio Answer)

  7. What size extension cords should I be using with my generator? (Audio Answer)

  8. What is the overall cost of transfer switch installation and how easy to they make it to use the generator? (Audio Answer)

  9. Is a 5000 or 5500 Watt generator enough to cover my needs? (Audio Answer)

  10. Is there a complicated maintenance procedure needed when the generator is not in use? (Audio Answer)

  11. What about fuel stabilizer? (Audio Answer)

  12. Should I keep the fuel tank full or empty? (Audio Answer)

  13. What about oil changes? (Audio Answer)

  14. I just need a simple installation to power a single appliance, like a sump pump. What do I need to know? (Audio Answer)

  15. I live in a place where a generator isn't an option, what about a small-scale battery backup solution? (Audio Answer)

  16. What kind of draw is involved in keeping the heat on in winter? (Audio Answer)

  17. Why did you choose to sell Generac generators? (Audio Answer)

  18. What is the real-world price of a generator setup? (Audio Answer)

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