Champion 4000-Watt RV Ready Digital Hybrid Open Frame Inverter with Quiet Technology

Catalog Item # 96599

Champion’s innovative Digital Hybrid is 50% quieter and 20% lighter than a traditional 3500-watt generator.

Our advanced feature-packed power solution includes Quiet Technology, Extended Run Time, Economy Mode and Clean Power, plus you can easily increase your power with the optional Parallel Kit.

The Champion Power Equipment 100302 4000-Watt Digital Hybrid Open Frame Inverter Generator is one of the most innovative products on the market. Our advanced technology and innovative design will improve the way you power your life.

Champion’s Digital Hybrid is 50% quieter and 20% lighter than a traditional 3500-watt portable generator. We cut the noise level in half by integrating Quiet Technology digital inverter components. Then, we created an efficient mechanical design to decrease the overall footprint and weight by 20 percent. A quiet, lightweight addition to your RV and a cost-effective power solution, this Digital Hybrid inverter is smaller, quieter, lighter…BETTER! Champion’s recoil start features Cold Start Technology, plus the reliable 224cc Champion engine produces 4000 starting watts and 3500 running watts, and runs for 17 hours at 25% load when the 2.9-gallon fuel tank is full.

With a 0.6-quart oil capacity (recommended 10W-30) and a low oil shut-off sensor, this inverter operates at 64 dBA from 23 feet, which is a bit louder than normal speech.

Key Features:

  • 4000 starting watts, 3500 running watts
  • Parallel ready – link with another unit for more power
  • Clean power
  • Fully assembled – just add gas and oil
  • Extended run time – up to 17 hours
  • All controls on one quick-touch panel
  • Economy mode – saves fuel and extends engine life
  • 120V AC & 12V DC
  • Manual start
  • 224cc Champion OHV engine
  • 50-state compliance

  • Technical Specifications

    87.5 lbs.

    by Anonymous – August 01, 2018
    Dimensions: 20.5"L x 17.9"W x 17.7"H
    by Camping World – August 02, 2018
    by Anonymous – February 15, 2017
    Remember that the National Parks Service limits noise level to 60db.
    by Doug – November 27, 2017
    Noise Level: 64 dBa at 23 ft. under 25% load.
    by Camping World – February 16, 2017

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