The Loncin LC2000i-S 1.8KW Ssynchronising petrol inverter generator is virtually the as as the Loncin LC2000i petrol inverter generator but with a tiny difference. It can synchronised with another Loncin LC2000i-S synchronising petrol Inverter generator.
Light weight with a nifty carrying handle, the Loncin LC2000i-S 1.8KW petrol inverter generator is ideal for many leisure uses. The unit produces a maximum power output of 1.8KW (1800 watts) with a rated output of 1.6KW from the 79cc engine. A 4.2 litre fuel tank can run the Loncin LC2000i-S suite case generator for up to 7 hours.
Is the Loncin LC2000i-S easy to start and use?
You bet it is – the easy recoil start (pull start) is smooth and silky. On a well-maintained unit it starts first pull every time. Moving the Loncin LC2000i-S about is easy, it weighs just 21KG, making this suitcase generator perfect for camping, caravanning, fishing, or for your motorhome.
There is 1 x 230v 13a UK 3 Pin socket and a 12V DC socket fitted to the Loncin LC2000i to connect your electrical equipment up to. As well as low oil shutdown and an easy to read onboard light display so you can see information such as, output, overload, and low oil level. This is important as you will need to know when your generator will need servicing after the scheduled hours run time has been reached. This will keep your generator maintained and running for thousands of hours use.
Using sensitive equipment with the electrical power from the Loncin LC2000-S
The power produced by the Loncin LC2000i-S enables a smooth voltage output (pure sine wave). This keeps the 230v output within a +/- 3% tolerance making it safe to use with electronic equipment like PC’s, laptops TV’s and more besides.
Low noise levels
You might think having a petrol generator will be very noisy. Well think again; the Loncin LC2000i-S is surprisingly quiet at 61 dBA @ 7 metres
What happens if I do not use my Loncin LC2000i-S for long periods?
As with all petrol engines, if you are planning to store your generator for a long period its ‘best practice’ to either drain the fuel tank then run the generator until it stops. This will prevent any unused fuel congealing and clogging the carburettor. Or to stop the fuel from going off use a petrol additive. Remember, stale fuel can stop your generator from starting when you need it.