Yamaha 2200w Inverter Generator

New Pure Sine Wave Generators in 2021

If you’re thinking about investing in a pure sine wave generator in 2021, you’re in luck. There’s a huge range of top quality, powerful generators on the market right now. Your biggest challenge will be deciding which one best meets your needs and budget!

To help you narrow down your options, we’re shining the spotlight on the newest pure sine wave generators. We reckon you’ll be impressed with what’s on offer!

Here Are The Newest Pure Sine Wave Generators For 2021:

Maxwatt 2000 Petrol Inverter Generator:

Here are My Generator we are constantly approached by generator manufacturers wanting to range their products. We have seen many come and go which has made us very picky. When the Maxwatt brand came across our radar we knew we had a compelling offer on our hands!

The Maxwatt 2000W is an affordable quality pure sine wave generator with a two year warranty and national service support. This model is perfect for budget conscious caravanners and campers looking for value for money.

Why We Love It:

It is the most affordable generator in our range that comes with a two year warranty! Also each Maxwatt can be paralleled and is sold with a free parallel cable.

Maxwatt 2500W Petrol inverter Generator:

The real star of the Maxwatt show is the 2500W model, it is designed specifically with caravanners and campers in mind but also home backup! With its digital display you can easily see its voltage, frequency and total running hours in real time. It also features a 5V 2.1 Amp USB Outlet for conveniently charging mobile phones and other devices when power isn’t available. At around $1,000 with a two year warranty, we are happy to support this new pure sine wave generator on the Australian market!

Why We Love It:

The carry handle makes it super easy to move around home or the camp ground. This model also has slightly higher rated power than its competitors.

Dometic 2100W Electric Start:

You shouldn’t be surprised to see a portable generator from one of the top caravan appliances brands in the market. After all, they know exactly what it takes to keep camping appliances running.

So, how does this generator measure up?

The Dometic PGE121 boasts powerful pure sine wave inverter generator technology with a maximum power output of 2100W.

The best thing about this generator is that it can run any Dometic caravan air conditioner. Most caravan air conditioners require a 2400W generator to run them, but this one is only 2100W and can still do the job!

Clever eco-mode technology adjusts the engine RPM based on the connected load, which maximises fuel efficiency while minimising noise. It gives an impressive run time of 8 hours at ¼ load.

Run even the most sensitive appliances with a choice of three output types 12V DC, 240V AC or USB. Plus, in a generator first, the Dometic PGE121 can be stored on its side, which means you can maximise space when storing the generator. 

Why We Love It:

This generator comes with an electric start – there is no other portable generator around this size on the market with electric start! And did we mention it can run ANY Dometic caravan air conditioner?

Engel 3500W Pure Sinewave Inverter Generator:

This inverter generator is the first generator Engel has released in over 10 years! Engel has spent the last decade investing extensive amounts of time and money into designing an incredible 3500W generator. And here it is!

This generator boasts world class quality with an affordable price tag for caravanners and campers around Australia. For under $1,700 you’ll get a 3500W inverter generator with a powerful 4 stroke engine, which can run for 8.5 hours continuously and has an 8.3 litre fuel tank!

All this, plus it comes with a generous 4 year warranty! This impressive generator is expected to fly off the shelf!

Why We Love It:

Besides the above features that we love, there currently is not another 3500W inverter generator on the market. Most models are either below 2800W or above 4500W – so this generator is the perfect middle ground!

Cromtech 4500W Inverter Generator Electric Start:

If you need more power from your inverter generator, this portable generator from Cromtech has it covered. This pure sine wave generator delivers 4500 watts, which is significantly more power than most inverter generator models, which sit around 2000-3000 watts.

Here’s the kicker – even with all that power, the generator is still impressively portable at under 40kg. It even comes with a suitcase styled extendable handle so you can easily move it into the best position.

This means it’s not only a solid option for caravan trips, but also ticks the boxes for home power backup.

Why We Love It:

We love a generator with an electric start. This one also comes with a portable power pack which can be easily detached to use independently as a power bank to charge phones, use as a torch or even jump start a small vehicle.

Briggs & Stratton 4500w Inverter Generator:

Another power-packing inverter generator, the Briggs & Stratton 4500W ticks all the boxes for camping and recreation: quiet, lightweight and super-efficient. It comes down to the Quiet Power Technology, which automatically adjusts the engine speed based on the power needs. This reduces noise, fuel consumption and emissions. Win, win, win!

Because it’s a pure sine wave generator, the Briggs & Stratton 4500W produces smoother, safer power for sensitive electronics such as laptops, phones and gaming systems.

Why We Love It:

The generator features a unique CO Guard® Carbon Monoxide Shutdown. This patent-pending technology shuts down your generator when it detects that harmful levels of carbon monoxide are accumulating in the generator’s operating area.

Yamaha 2200W Inverter Generator:

A long-time favourite, this Yamaha inverter generator offers 2200W maximum output and 1800W continuous output to safely run sensitive electronics. It runs for a lengthy 10.5 hours at ¼ load, thanks to its 4.7 litre fuel tank capacity.

The TwinTech Parallel Kit means you can hook up two EF2200iS units for almost double the power output, with the same voltage and frequency of a single unit.

The Yamaha 2200W generator weighs in at just 25.04kg, which is pretty lightweight and compact for such a powerful generator. You also get the convenience of a clever tri-handle design (a handle at the top and on each side), which lets you share the load while moving the generator.

Yamaha EF2200iS – The perfect balance between power & portability

Why We Love It:

If the above features aren’t enough, there’s a handy boost mode switch to give you extra power whenever you need it!

Hyundai HY6500SEi 6500W Inverter Generator:

This 6500W inverter generator is possibly one of the most versatile generators going around. Home back up, remote living, small business use, mobile catering, larger camping uses – this high performance 6500W pure sine wave generator has everything covered. 

Highlights include an electric start and auto remote start, and a massive 18.5 litre fuel tank for a long run time. It’s heavy at 89kg, but that’s a small compromise on such a powerful machine.

Why We Love It:

If you look up ‘versatility’ in the dictionary, this generator should be there!

Honourable Mentions:

We can’t finish this list without a nod to the Briggs & Stratton 2400W Inverter Generator and Briggs & Stratton 3400w Inverter Generator Pack.

The 2400W generator now supersedes the Briggs 2200W generator and it’s a top choice! Only 22.8kg and with a peak power output of 2400 watts, the P2400 hits the sweet spot for RV owners.

The 3400W generator supersedes the Briggs 3000W generator. It features Quiet Power Technology which automatically adjusts the engine speed, in turn this reduces noise and fuel consumption.

Check out our full range of pure sine wave generators in our online store.

DISCLAIMER* Please note, this advice is general in nature and we strongly recommend consulting the product manual and where relevant, a professional installer.

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