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Here’s a product review for the Energizer eSV2000S Portable Inverter Generator. Priced less than most portable RV generators, this model claims to provide up to 2000 watts of clean power for RV, camping, tailgating, or emergency power. I plan to use it as a backup for my solar charging system when the sun isn’t shining.
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In this review I take a look at the eSV2000S Portable Inverter Generator from Energizer.
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Midland Power who manufacture the Energizer Generators asked if I'd be willing to review this new model. Priced just above $500 on Amazon, this portable generator is near the low end for other portable RV generators in this class. I was curious to try it out and see what it could do and share my thoughts about it with you.
(1) The venting cap can be closed and fuel line shut off making this generator easy to store and transport
(2) It runs very smooth and is easy to pull start
(3) It is affordably priced based on other generators in its class
(4) It is quiet running (between 51 and 55 decibels). I can have a conversation standing right next to it.
(5) The maximum runtime is near 11 hours on ¼ power and less than a gallon of gas
(1) No digital readout
(2) No hour meter to indicate when it’s time to perform service
(3) The rear panel is difficult and awkward to remove when servicing the engine
(4) I do not think it could surge up to 2000 watts based on the specs I observed
For the price, this is a decent generator. It could easily run most consumer electronics during the day and charge RV batteries as needed. It could also run a microwave oven, hair dryer, electric refrigerator and water heater. You just would not be able to run all of those things at the same time. If you need to run an AC unit, I recommend going with a larger generator or two small generators that can be paralleled together to produce more power.
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