The Honda EM-2500 is a portable, gasoline-powered generator, so named because of the 2,500 watts of power it emits. It is ideal for applications from camping to operating sampling pump systems.
The EM-2500 is equipped with an air-cooled, four-stroke, overhead valve, single-cylinder engine. It has a displacement of 9.9 cubic inches and a 2.7-inch bore with a 1.8-inch stroke. Its compression ratio is 8.5-to-1 and it runs at a speed of 3,600 revolutions per minute. It has a transistorized magneto ignition system and a power output of 5.5 horsepower.
The EM-2500 is a Type A generator, which means that the electrical field coils are externally grounded. Its alternating current (AC) output is 2,500 watts at 120 volts, with a frequency output of 60 Hz and an ampere output of 9.2 amps. Its direct current (DC) output is 100 watts at 12 volts, with an ampere output of 8.3 amps.
Overall, the EM-2500 measures 19.9 inches by 16.5 inches by 16.5 inches. Its dry weight is 98.1 lbs. It has an oil capacity of 0.63 qt. and a fuel capacity of 2.91 gallons. Its noise level is rated at 69 decibels.
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