Honda EM6500 5500 Watt Portable Generator w/ Electric Start Specifications and Features

Honda EM6500 features iAVR (Intelligent Automatic Voltage Regulator) that can provide up to 7000 watts for 10 seconds. It ensures a consistent flow of power and includes protection for sensitive equipments. The Digital CDI ignition system provides improved ignition timing and the integrated ECU has a self-tuning regulator system. The device is easy to start and run with the turn of a key, thanks to the Electric Start (battery included) with Recoil Back-Up. It’s interesting to see the fact that the generator charges its own battery while running. You may not find this feature in other comparable products.

The engine will be shut down if oil reaches unsafe operating level. That is how the Oil Alert Warning System works. More flexibility is allowed with the Voltage Selector Switch – 120/240V Operation. No need to worry about the noise since the EM6500 operates quietly (only 73 decibels). This portable generator is able to run about 10.4 hours at 50% load and 6.9 hours at full load. It uses gasoline and has a tank made of metal that can accommodate 6.2 gallons of it. You can also have other benefits such as a 3 year warranty and additional features like Wheel kit and reinforced standing legs.

The DC circuit protector automatically shuts off the DC battery charging circuit when the DC charging circuit is overloaded, when there is a problem with the battery, or when the connections between the battery and the generator are improper.

Dimensions: 41.1"L x 27.8"W x 30.6"H (104.39 x 70.61 x 77.72 cm)
Weight: 243 Lbs. (110.22 kilograms)

Honda EM6500 5500 Watt Portable Generator System Wiring Diagram

Honda EM6500 5500 Watt Portable Generator Wiring Diagram

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