Champion 7500 Watt Dual Fuel Portable Generator

Catalog Item # 81945

Runs on propane or gasoline and is RV-ready with a built-in TT-30 and 14-50R receptacles that let you plug your 30-amp or 50-amp RV power cord in directly without an adapter needed.

Produces power you need to run an RV air conditioner on either fuel type. Reduced-emissions engine is EPA and CARB compliant for use in any state.

  • 9375 starting watts/ 7500 rated watts on gasoline
  • 8400 starting watts/6750 rated watts on propane
  • Runs up to 8 hours at 50% load on one tank of gasoline
  • Equipped with one TT-30R, one L14-30R, one 14-50R and two 5-20R receptacles
  • 439cc Champion OHV single cylinder, 4-stroke air-cooled engine
  • 3-function IntelliGauge displays volts, frequency (Hz) and operating hours
  • Cold Start Technology for fast, reliable starts in cold weather
  • Volt Guard technology over-voltage protection for appliances
  • 6.1 gallon gasoline fuel tank
  • 3.3’ LPG hose with regulator included
  • 120/240-volt operation
  • 1.5” dia. tubular steel frame for protection and durability
  • Fold-away handle for safety
  • 9.5” dia. never-flat tires for easy mobility
  • 74 dBA from 23’
  • EPA-CARB 50-state compliant for use anywhere
  • Electric or recoil start
  • Low oil shut-off protection
  • Cast iron sleeve for durability
  • Start-up oil included
  • Uses Champion Large Generator Cover #58186 (sold separately)

  • Technical Specifications

    213.4 lbs.
    27.8”L x 28.7”W x 26.4”H

    Camper's Choice Rating

    Reviewer rating of 4 stars based on 6 reviews (4 Based on 6 Reviews)

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    • Easy to Use (4)
    • Exceeded Expectations (3)
    • Features (3)
    • Dual Fuel (2)
    • Durable (1)
    • Loud (4)
    • Expensive (3)
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    No more worries about dry camping

    by Lawrence Cox – August 02, 2016
    5 out of 5 stars

    I purchased this item not really knowing what I was getting for sure. I just was hoping it would run my 32' Heritage Travel Traile

    Still working good after 6 months

    by Matt – October 29, 2018
    5 out of 5 stars

    Bought the unit 6 months ago. Used it twice and then stored it until yesterday. Pulled it out to change the oil and it started rig

    Max wattage is 7200 Watts

    by Charles Riley – May 14, 2017
    1 out of 5 stars

    There are 30 amp circuit breakers on each phase of power. The maximum wattage that a single phase can handle is 3600, and the max

    Finally, a generator that works.

    by Shelley G – October 12, 2018
    5 out of 5 stars

    Bring a full timer a good generator is a must. I finally found one that works. We have been using this generator for 3 weeks now

    Champion 7500 with 40ft RV.

    by Anonymous – March 13, 2015
    5 out of 5 stars

    I just got this generator and have only used propane. I followed the quick start procedures to the letter and it fired right up an

    by dlm139 – October 30, 2017
    Champion recommends conventional 10W-30 automotive oil or full synthetic 5W-30(after first 5 hour break-in period).
    by Camping World – October 31, 2017
    The difference between the models is the available receptacles on the front panel. Model#100153 is specifically designed for RV use.

    • One(1)- 120/240V AC, 50amp receptacle(NEMA 14-50R)
    • One(1)- 120V AC, 20amp duplex(GFCI 5-20R)
    • One(1)- 120V AC, 30amp RV Receptacle(NEMA TT-30R)
    • One(1)- 120/240V AC, 30amp twist lock receptacle(NEMA L14-30R)
    • Two(2)- 120V AC, 20amp Duplex(GFCI 5-20R)
    • One(1)- 120V AC, 30amp Twist-Lock Receptacle(NEMA L5-30R)
    • One(1)- 120/240V AC, 30amp Twist-Lock Receptacle(NEMA L14-30R)

    Model#100153: Owner's Manual
    by Camping World – October 03, 2016

    by Jay – May 05, 2016
    With out idle control,does that make the gen. Run wide open all the time?
    The throttle is not wide open, but will not idle down past 3750 RPM which is the normal no load speed.
    by Camping World – May 05, 2016

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