This Pulsar Duel Fuel 4 Stroke Peak 7500W Generator has a maximum output of 7500W/60HZ and rated output of 6000W/60HZ. It has a single cylinder 13 HP air cooled engine. It also has four 120V outlets, one 120V/240V twist lock and one 30A RV Outlet. It includes recoil or electric push start, 12V DC output and a 3 into 1 digital meter.
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By scott barlow
This is for the Pulsar PG7500B Duel-Fuel Generator, 7500-wattI received the unit yesterday. I ran it for an hour on a 1366KW (measured) load on propane, it used 2.4 lbs. I drained the oil, ran the oil through a coffee filter, there were some really minute fillings, but nothing out of the ordinary for a new engine. Please do not read too much into the fuel consumption on propane… yes I was way under 1/2 load but I do not know what 1/2 load consumption will be, it might be the near the same. I did hook up my air compressor which requires a good 20A circuit, there were no issues.Pros:1) Solidly built2) Does what is supposed to3) Good manualWhy I did not give it 5 starsCons:1) User manual is good , but there was no assembly manual (for the wheels, handle bars and support) I had no problem setting it up, but someone else may.2) Its a little harder to start on Propane, and this should be explained, its a common issue with dual fuel engines (gas/propane). You will probably end up fidgeting with the choke more than stated in the manual, as well as purging (little red button) a bit more than usual.Bottom line, I think I got a good value for the unit, Its purpose me is power outages , and fuel stability is a big concern that is addressed by the use of propane. The ability to also use gas is a big bonus.02/22/2014 – A few days laterTest at 1/2 load ~2700 Watts on propane consumed 3lbs 10oz … giving a run time of roughly 5.5 hours on a 20lb propane tank (not an exchange tank which is only 15lbs)This is actually inline with expectations, and I still like the unit.Also, slowly opening the propane tank valve and waiting for the hissing to stop as the fuel line is filled as opposed to just opening the valve full made starting effortless
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