Honda EU2200i Companion Portable Inverter Generator- CARB compliant

Catalog Item # 111649


  • Delivers 10% more power than EU2000i Companion model to run more accessories
  • Easier to use and maintain with color-coded start-up components, easier oil fill/drain and new fuel shut-off valve
  • Technical enhancements produce more power and maximum output at lower rpms
  • Improved airflow for better cooling of key components
  • Operating sound level of 48 dB at ┬╝ load, 57 dB at rated load
  • Connect parallel to an EU2200i, EU2200i Companion, EU2000i* or EU2000i Companion* and plug in your RV using the 30 amp outlet (requires Parallel Cable & Adapter Kit #63712, sold separately)
  • Powered by 121cc Honda GXR120 four-stroke OHC engine
  • 2200 watts max. (18.3 amps), 1800 watts (15 amps) 120-volt AC
  • Run time 3.4 to 8.1 hours on a 0.95 gallon tank of gasoline
  • Eco Throttle┬« automatically adjusts engine speed to demand, conserving fuel and reducing exhaust emissions
  • 20"L x 11.4"W x 16.7"H
  • Weighs 46.5 lbs.
  • Recoil start
  • CARB compliant
  • Honda 3 year commercial and non-commercial warranty

    * Connect parallel only to EU2000i/EU2000i Companion serial number EAAJ-2017305 and later or EACT-1000001 and later to avoid low voltage output that can damage tools and appliances powered by generators.

  • Technical Specifications

    46.5 lbs.
    20"L x 11.4"W x 16.7"H

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    by Anonymous – October 01, 2018
    1 out of 5 stars

    Purchased a Honda generator because of high ratings. However, unit ran rough on Eco setting right out of the box. Camping World wh

    Manufacturer Warranty: 3 years
    by Camping World – April 27, 2018
    by Stephen – April 26, 2018
    Yes, the updated Engine Switch on the side has a "FUEL OFF" position so that the fuel valve will close but leave the engine on to burn remaining fuel in the line and carburetor.
    by Camping World – April 27, 2018

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