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Powerland PD10000E gas generator is great in a time when emergency power is needed. It is a perfect for the home, providing enough power output to run several appliances including central heating and cooling systems. Contractors looking for a power source on the job site will find this unit equally as useful and its heavy duty design is sure to stand up to years of use. Rated watts: 8,000. Surge watts: 10,000.
Weight: 250 lb.
Dimensions without wheel kit: 27" x 21" x 22".
Dimensions w/ wheel & handle kit: 40" X 29" X 27.5".
Package dimensions: 31" x 27" x 32".
1 year warranty.
Free Shiping in US lower 48 states
Posted by Nichoals Walz on 26th Oct 2015
I live in a 26' camping trailer. I don't have a huge power draw, lights, tv, refrigerator, microwave, water heater, blower for heater. Trailer is rated at 30 amps. Was using a friends 8000 watt Generac, which was doing a really good job. The biggest thing that I noticed after switching the generators is that the PowerLand uses less fuel. Go Figure! The PD10000E PowerLand comes with 5 plugs. A 120/240v 50 amp plug that you would typically find at an RV park, a 120/240v 30 amp plug that is your generic generator plug, a 120v 30 amp plug that I have never seen used befor, two 120 20 amp plugs which are your typical household outlets and finally a 12v plug that theoritically could be used to charge a car battery. It does come with clips that can be plugged into the 12v outlet and clipped to the terminals on a car battery but, the wires are really small gauge and would melt if you tried to draw to much current through them, such as using them as booster cables.
Overall, I am very pleased with this generator, it is no louder then the Generac I was using. It starts easy and only time well tell about the quality of the motor and generator. So far I have used it for over 72 hours straight, shutting it down only to refuel it. Great buy, I highly recomend.
Posted by Paul on 8th Sep 2015
I have yet to rely on if in a power failure but it started up right off. My home is all electric so I needed at least 40A to run my electric baseboard heaters and other necessities. I plan to load test it as soon as I put in my disconnect.
I put a trickle charge on the battery during the 40 minutes I spent setting it up. It tuned over easily. The unit is no lightweight so I decided to add extra wire to put my 50A outlet convenient to where I am storing the unit.
Posted by Unknown on 27th Jul 2015
Ordered the generator on a Thursday and received on Wednesday the following week in Idaho. I put gas and oil in the generator and it started on the first pull. I hooked it up to my living quarter horse trailer and it will run everything in the trailer at the same time. So far so good. TIme will tell, but the over all quality looks to be good.
Posted by Sean on 10th Mar 2014
I did a lot of research before I picked this Gen from Powerland. I know this isn't a big name brand and the big name brands that are 10000w are a lot more $$$. 1st shipping was from C.A. to N.J. was a week. Not to bad and truck driver dropped it at my garage. Box is Big n Heavy! I put wheel kit n handles on in 10 mins then added oil n gas. within 15 mins I turned key n a half of crank it was running. "Boom" that simple! I put my test meter on outlets and they all read the correct voltage. I connected it on the 240v 30a to my fixture that requires 3408w to run and it ran it without a single issue. At this point I'm very happy n will update my review if any issues arise. FYI: I talked to Tec Service Department with some questions and they were very helpful.
Posted by Alexsbuddy on 10th Mar 2014
I have had my generator for approx. 3 1/2 yrs and have used it for prolonged periods on two occassions and for shorter periods of time on two other occassions. It is a real champ. Replaced the original battery today with a Genesis NP18-12B which was a perfect match except the pos and neg posts were opposite the original. No problem though, just turned the battery around. Also put a float charger (with auto shutoff) on it to keep the battery fully charged at all times. Am going to install a transfer switch this spring to facilitate a connection between the generator and the main service panel which will allow me to eliminate running an extension cord into the house to power items.