Champion's USA designed and market leading CPG6500 generator powered by a Champion single cylinder 13hp 389cc 4-stroke OHV engine with electric or recoil start engine, housed in a heavy-duty tubular steel frame with anti-vibration mountings. The CPG6500 benefits from a 25 litre fuel tank that can run up to 10 hours at 50% load. The OHV engine is equipped with a low oil shut-off sensor and coldstart technology it is designed for long life, easy maintenance.
This generator also includes a wheel kit with never flat wheels, push button or remote control electric start, fuel gauge, 3 in1 volt meter. The CPG6500 also benefits from AVR (Auto Voltage Regulator) to automatically maintain a constant voltage level for sensitive equipment such as laptops, TV's and chargers.
Ideal for caravans, camping trips, travelling, power-tools, jobs around the house, or home back-up power during emergencies.
Starting Power of 6250W - Extra watts needed for 2-3 seconds to start motor-driven products. This is the maximum wattage the generator can produce
Maximum Power of 5500W - The maximum watts the generator will run at continuously for short periods of time
Rated power of 5000W - The continuous rated power the generator will comfortably run at
25L fuel tank which offers an excellent run time of 10h at 50% power
2 x 110V 32A + 1 x 230V 32A Commando sockets
Weight - 89.5kg
Dimensions - L800mm x W585mm x H575mm
Easy to use controls allowing quick and simple starting and running
Includes - Battery, Oil funnel & spark plug socket
Please note!!! Dual voltage Champion generators will only give approx. 50-60% of the rated output on 110V.
Champion equipment warrants to the original purchaser up to 3 Years for domestic usage that the mechanical and electrical components will be free of defects in material and workmanship for a period of One (1) year [Parts and Labour] Year Two (2) and Year Three (3) [Parts Only] from the original date of purchase or a 1000 hours which ever comes first.
Industrial & Commercial Use Year One (1) [Parts and Labour] and Year Two (2) [Parts Only] or 1000 hours which ever comes first.