Yamaha EF1000iS, 900 Watt/1000 Beginnend Watt, Gas Powered tragbare Inverter, Carb-konform
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- Wechselstrom Höchstleistung: 1000 VA
- Trockengewicht: 13 kg
- Nennleistung: 1,2 kW bei 6500 U/min
- Betriebsdauer pro Tankinhalt: 4 - 12 Stunden
- Wechselstromsteckdosen: 1 (IP54) Gleichstromsteckdosen: 1
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YAMAHA EF1000iS Inverter Stromerzeuger Leicht, kompakt und leise Wechselstrom Nennleistung: 900 VA 12 Stunden Betriebsdauer (bei einem Viertel der Nennlast im Sparbetrieb) Mehr Infos: www.diewald24.de
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The Yamaha performed well. It was very easy to start every time. It has an effective choke and quiet mode that works well. I placed it about 25' from the tent and it was barely audible. It isn't quite as quiet as the Honda, but it is very close.
It put out beautiful power. No issues with the actual performance.
There were two minor issues though. It arrived with some cosmetic damage to the blue plastic cover. It was minor and did not affect the operation at all, but it was apparent that the cover is a good bit cheaper than the Honda equivalent. It also has an odd (to me) method of filling with oil. It is VERY easy to spill oil inside the case without realizing it has occurred. I suspect some of the claims of oil leak are related to this. I thought I had the same problem until I realized what I had done. Oil is filled from the side via a ramp and the oil level can't be seen until it is at least a little over filled... which leads to at least a little oil spilling into the case.
Over all though, it was several hundred dollars cheaper than the Honda at my time of purchase, so I would pick it again. It works like a champ.
This little generator sips gasoline compared to the Generac, and is powerful enough to run a large screen LCD, Xbox and other things to keep the kids busy with the power out. I lost power for 5 days during Irene, and 9 days during Sandy, and this little generator kept up wonderfully.
I broke in the generator with 30w dino oil, and afterward switched to Mobil 1 10w30 synthetic. I also use Marine Stabil in the gas, and run it every month or so with a load on it. I never have a problem starting it. I like that there is a fuel shutoff switch, so I cut the fuel feed and then run the generator dry to help prevent varnish in the carb.
I also bought a cheap hour meter that wraps around the spark plug. To date I have around 100 hours on the generator and have been very pleased with my purchase.
6/1/15 update. nearly 4 years later the generator is still going strong.
With window air conditioners becoming more and more efficient I wanted to see if it the generator would power one. Trying a $129 Haier 5,100 BTU air conditioner from W@lmart, I first turned off eco mode and then switched on the AC. Not even a hiccup. Once the compressor was running I turned on eco mode and it still kept on working, slowing down to something half way between full blast and idle. Note that the AC won't start when already on eco mode but that would be too much to ask.
Now it's possible to turn off the big brute at night and still keep cool and quiet while burning only a gallon of gas. Well done Yamaha!
But it kept the refrigerator going plus a light and a couple of floor fans. Enough to get by.
And it's NOT nearly as noisy as you'd expect. Set it outside and you can barely hear it.
The neighbors don't even notice. Plus, it SIPS gas! 2 gallons got me through 3 days!