Top 10 Best Portable Generators With 50 amp Plug

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50 amp generator

Portable generators are a staple when it comes to camping.

For those who use an RV, finding the right generator is key to making sure they have what they need to get the job done at the campsite.

For most people, a generator with a 50 amp socket is going to be needed.

A 50 amp plug is going to allow you to power up your RV’s main power appliances safely. The only thing you will need to worry about it how much power you will need.

Below are the best generators that have a 50 amp outlet:

Champion 7500-Watt RV Ready Portable Generator with Wireless Remote Start
Running Watts
7500W
Operating Volume
74 dB
Weight
230 lbs
Estimated Runtime @ 25% load
8 Hours
Firman P08003 10000/8000 Watt 120/240V 30/50A Remote Start Gas Portable Generator CARB Certified, Black
Running Watts
8000W
Operating Volume
74 dB
Weight
221 lbs
Estimated Runtime @ 25% load
12 Hours
DuroMax XP10000E Gas Powered Portable Generator, Blue and Black
Running Watts
8000W
Operating Volume
72 dB
Weight
260 lbs
Estimated Runtime @ 25% load
10 Hours 30 Minutes
A-iPower SUA12000E 12,000-Watt Gasoline Powered Generator with Electric Start, Red/Black
Running Watts
9000W
Operating Volume
78 dB
Weight
221 lbs
Estimated Runtime @ 25% load
9 Hours
DuroMax XP12000EH 12000-Watt 18 HP Portable Dual Fuel Electric Start Generator,Blue and Black
Running Watts
9500W
Operating Volume
74 dB
Weight
236 lbs
Estimated Runtime @ 25% load
8 Hours
Generac 5734 GP15000E 15000 Running Watts/22500 Starting Watts Electric Start Gas Powered Portable Generator
Running Watts
10,000W
Operating Volume
Unknown
Weight
300 lbs
Estimated Runtime @ 25% load
10 Hours
Champion 12,000-Watt Portable Generator with Electric Start and Lift Hook
Running Watts
12,000W
Operating Volume
78 dB
Weight
330 lbs
Estimated Runtime @ 25% load
9 Hours
RP12000E 12000 Running Watts/15000 Starting Watts Gas Powered portable Generator 502-3699
Running Watts
12,000W
Operating Volume
Unknown
Weight
353 lbs
Estimated Runtime @ 25% load
12 Hours

1. Champion 100161

The Champion 100161 is the lowest rated power generator on the list, but it still packs quite a punch when it comes to features.

This generator pumps out 7500 running watts and 9375 starting watts which makes it a great contender for camping with an RV if you are not having to run a large electrical load.

While it should be enough to get most small RV’s by, larger RVs who need their whole RV powered may need to look into something with a little more power.

champion 7500w generator with the 50 amp outlet plugged in to a rv

Weighing in at 230lbs, it is not the lightest generator, but it makes up for that with the integrated wheels and U shaped handle which makes transporting easay.

You can enjoy up to 8 hours of use when running the generator at 50% load.

The Champion 100161 Generator Features:

  • 439cc Engine
  • Running Watts: 7500 Watts
  • Starting Watts: 9375 Watts
  • Weight: 230 lbs
  • 6 Gallon Capacity Fuel Tank
  • 8 Hour Runtime @ 50% Load
  • 120/240V 50A (14-50R)
  • 120/240V 30A (L14-30R)
  • 120V 30A (TT-30R)
  • 2 – GFCI 120V 20A Duplex (5-20R)
  • Remote Key FOB
  • Sound Level: 74 Decibels From 23 Feet Away
  • Recoil, Electric, Wireless Remote Start

The Champion generators are supported with a 3 year warranty and a lifetime of expert technical support.

Pros

Pros
  • Remote Key Fob For Electric Start
  • Good Selection Of Covered Outlets
  • Intelligauge

Cons

Cons
  • Often out of stock
Champion 7500-Watt RV Ready Portable Generator with Wireless Remote Start
  • Wireless Remote Start - Start and stop up to 80 ft. away
  • 9375 starting watts, 7500 running watts with up to 8 hours run time on a full tank of gas
  • Powered by a reliable 439cc Champion engine with Touch Start, battery included for push-button electric start

IMHO: In My Humble Opinion: In My Humble Opinion
This champion generator is a great portable generator for those who are looking to keep their overall costs down and don’t need a huge amount of wattage capabilities. It would make a great addition to any RV who is not using over 7500 watts.

2. Pulsar Products PG10000B16

The Pulsar 10,000 watt dual fuel generator is built for those who are looking to get the most from a portable generator with its dual fuel capabilities.

This means that you can use gasoline or propane to power your generator for longer lasting run times.

This versatile generator features a great selection of sockets including the 50A needed for RV use.

It comes equipped with an electric start, wheels, and a foldable handle system that makes using this generator super easy.

Pulsar pg10000 hybrid generator

This generator produces 8,000 peak watts and 7000 rated watts on liquid propane and 10,000w peak watts and 9,000 rated watts on gasoline.

The Pulsar Products PG100000B16 Generator Features:

  • 420cc Engine
  • Running Watts: 8,000 Watts
  • Starting Watts: 10,000 Watts
  • Weight: 209 lbs
  • Dual Fuel Capabilities
  • 12 Hour Runtime @ 25% Load
  • Four 120V Receptacles
  • One 120V/240V Twist-Lock Receptacle
  • One 120/240V 50A RV Receptacle
  • One 12V DC Output
  • Sound Level: 68 Decibels From 23 Feet Away
  • 10” No Flat Tires

Pulsar stands behind their products 100% and their warranty proves this.
For more information on their warranty, please visit the Pulsar Website.

Pros

Pros
  • Dual Fuel
  • Never Flat Wheels
  • 3 in 1 Digital Meter
  • Good Selection Of Outlets

Cons

Cons
  • No Covered Outlets
Pulsar PG10000B16 Portable Dual Fuel Generator-8000 Rated 10000 Peak Watts-Gas & LPG Electric Start-Switch-&-Go Build in, RV Ready-CARB Compliant, 10, 000W, Black
  • 10, 000W peak 8000W rated (gas)/ 9000W peak 7000W rated (LPG)
  • The powerful 420cc, 4-stroke, OHV, air cooled Engine is protected by a durable powder coated Steel frame
  • A large 6. 6 gallon fuel tank give you up to 12 hours of continuous operation at half load when running on gasoline

IMHO: In My Humble Opinion: In My Humble Opinion
The Pulsar Products PG10000B16 is an all around great generator that is perfect for those who want to utilize both gasoline and propane as a fuel source. It has enough power to get most RVs by and is easy to move with it’s integrated wheels and handles. The only thing I did not like is that the outlets were not covered.

3. Firman P08003

Built to handle the tough terrains of just about any construction site, the Firman P08003 can be used in both construction settings and RV settings.

With a solid frame, wheels, handles, and covered outlets, this generator was built with the end consumer in mind.

The P08003 puts out 8,000 running watts and 10,000 starting watts that will be more than enough for the average RV owner.

p8003 generator on the ground

With a variety of outlets to choose from, your construction crew can power multiple tools at the same time with this generator.

With its 8 gallon fuel tank, you can expect to get a good 12 hours of runtime if you are running this generator at 50% load.

This makes it ideal for powering an A/C system on your RV along with other must have devices all day when camping on a single fill up.

The Firman P08003 Generator Features:

  • 439cc Engine
  • Running Watts: 8,000 Watts
  • Starting Watts: 10,000 Watts
  • Weight: 221 lbs
  • 8 Gallon Capacity Fuel Tank
  • 12 Hour Runtime @ 50% Load
  • (1) 5-20R DUPLEX GFCI 20A-120V
  • (1) L5-30R Twistlock 30A-120V
  • (1) TT-30R for RV
  • (1) L14-30R Twistlock 30A-120V // 240V
  • (1) 14-50R 50A-120 // 240V
  • Sound Level: 74 Decibels From 23 Feet Away
  • Remote Start
  • 3 Year Warranty

Firman backs their generators up with a 3 year warranty that is sure to give you all the support you could ever need.

Pros

Pros
  • Easy Transportation
  • Recoil/Electric Start
  • Digital Gauge

Cons

Cons
  • No significant issues for this one
Firman P08003 10000/8000 Watt 120/240V 30/50A Remote Start Gas Portable Generator CARB Certified, Black
  • The staple in portable generators. The P08002 portable generator is ready for any task. Best used for emergency power, construction work-site, farm/ranch, large RV’s and buses. California emission certified
  • 10, 000 starting watts/ 8, 000 running watts
  • 8 gallon fuel tank, 12 hour run time

IMHO: In My Humble Opinion: In My Humble Opinion
The Firman P08003 is a solid choice for both construction and RV needs and would even be a great generator to have as a home backup power source. With the variety of covered outlets and high wattage capacity, this generator is ready to take on just about anything.

4. Duromax XP10000E

As a leader in the portable generator industry, DuroMax has done it again with the XP10000E generator.

Built to take on anything from a busy job site, RVing, or home backup power, the XP10000E can fulfill just about any duty you throw at it. With built in wheels and a collapsible handle, you can expect to easily move this generator with ease.

DuroMax XP10000E Gas Powered Portable Generator, Blue and Black
  • POWERFUL DUROMAX ENGINE: The XP10000E is Powered by a DuroMax 18HP, 440cc DuroMax OHV Engine
  • PLENTY OF POWER: With 10,000 starting watts and 8,000 running watts, this unit can handle heavy loads from lights and a refrigerator to a home air conditioner and high amperage power tools
  • MX2 TECHNOLOGY: With DuroMax MX2 technology, get the maximum power from each of the 120 Volt receptacles; Choose between operating the generator at both 120V and 240V simultaneously, or at 120V only with full power

XP10000E generator

The XP10000E is going to pump out 10,000 starting watts and 8,000 running watts to make sure that you have all of the power you could need when using this generator.

While this generator is built tough and has a great selection of outlets, I do wish that the outlets were covered to ensure that no dirt or debris gets into them.

This is the only thing that would make me hesitant about using this generator on a job site.

With the 8.3 gallon fuel tank, you can expect to get about 10.4 hours of runtime out of this generator by using it at 50% load. While this is more than enough to help get you through the day, it is a little less efficient than some on this list.

The Duromax XP10000E Generator Features:

  • 440cc Duromax Engine
  • Running Watts: 8,000 Watts
  • Starting Watts: 10,000 Watts
  • Weight: 260 lbs
  • 8.3 Gallon Capacity Fuel Tank
  • 10.4 Hour Runtime @ 50% Load
  • (2) 120V-20A GFCI Outlets
  • (1) 120V 30A Outlet
  • (1) 240V 30A Outlet
  • (1) 240V 50A Outlet
  • Sound Level: 72 Decibels From 23 Feet Away
  • Electric/Recoil Style Start

Duromax offers a 3 year parts warranty on generators used in residential use only. Commercial use gets a 1 year warranty.

Pros

Pros
  • Great Selection Of Outlets
  • Collapsible Handle/Rubber Tires
  • 3 Year Warranty
  • EPA & CARB Compliant

Cons

Cons
  • No Covered Outlets

IMHO: In My Humble Opinion: In My Humble Opinion
This DuroMax generator can be a great addition to just about any RV setup or job site. The only thing that this generator lacks is covered outlets that would help to protect the outlets from dirt and debris on the job site.

5. A-iPower SUA12000E

For those looking to get a little more power for larger RV’s or bigger job sites, the A-iPower SUA12000E generator can do the job.

This generator is going to give you up to 8,000 running watts and 10,000 starting watts to power your job site or RV.

Moving it into the location that you need is easy with the included wheel kit and collapsible handles.

With a wide variety of outlets, you can plug in and power just about any appliance or tool that you can think of. The outlets are covered to keep both you and your generator safe.

The A-iPower SUA12000E Features:

  • 459cc Engine
  • Running Watts: 9,000 Watts
  • Starting Watts: 12,000 Watts
  • Weight: 221 lbs
  • 7 Gallon Capacity Fuel Tank
  • 9 Hours At 25% Load
  • Four NEMA 120VAC 20A GFCI-Protected Outlets
  • One NEMA 120/240VAC 30A, L14-30R Twist- Lock Outlet
  • One NEMA 120/240VAC 50A 14-50R Industrial-Grade Outlet
  • Sound Level: 78 dBa
  • Electric/Recoil Style Start

With the A-iPower SUA12000E generator, you are going to receive a 2 year residential and a 1 year commercial warranty to protect your investment.

Pros

Pros
  • Covered Outlets
  • Push Button Start
  • Never Flat Wheels
  • 2 Year Warranty

Cons

Cons
  • Low Run Time
A-iPower SUA12000E 12,000-Watt Gasoline Powered Generator with Electric Start, Red/Black
  • 12, 000 starting watts/ 9, 000 running watts with electric start
  • Keyless one-touch push button provides an effortless start
  • 7. 0 gallon, large heavy duty all steel construction fuel tank provides up to 9 hours of run time at 50% load

IMHO: In My Humble Opinion: In My Humble Opinion
For those who are needing a decent sized generator to be an end all solution to their power needs, the A-iPower SUA12000E can do the job. It is easy to transport, easy to use, and includes a 2 year warranty.

6. Duromax XP12000EH

As the second DuroMax generator on this list, it is easy to see the quality of these generators is second to none. This DuroMax XP12000EH generator is very similar to the XP10000E but with a few standout upgrades.

To start, the EH is going to offer a hybrid fuel choice (click to see my article about the best dual fuel generators), meaning that the generator can be powered by both propane or gasoline.

This allows you to use gasoline like a normal generator or hook up a 20 lb propane tank similar to the ones used on barbeque grills to power up your generator.

xp12000e generator outlet panel

Much like the 10000E, this generator does not include covered outlets which is a sad sight to see as it is one of the only flaws that we can call out on this generator.

However, the collapsible handles, rubber tires, and electric start make this generator very user friendly.

The Duromax XP12000EH Generator Features:

  • 457cc Duromax Engine
  • Running Watts: 9,500 Watts
  • Starting Watts: 12,000 Watts
  • Weight: 236 lbs
  • 8.3 Gallon Capacity Fuel Tank
  • 8 Hour Runtime @ 25% Load
  • Dual Fuel Capabilities
  • 2 120V household GFCI outlets
  • 1 120V 30A twist lock outlet
  • 1 240V 30A outlet
  • 1 240V 50A outlet
  • Sound Level: 74 Decibels From 23 Feet Away

Duromax offers a 3 year parts warranty on generators used in residential use only. Commercial use gets a 1 year warranty.

Pros

Pros
  • Great Selection Of Outlets
  • Hybrid Fuel Capabilities
  • Rubber Wheels And Collapsible Handle
  • Electric/Recoil Start

Cons

Cons
  • No Covered Outlets
DuroMax XP12000EH 12000-Watt 18 HP Portable Dual Fuel Electric Start Generator,Blue and Black
  • POWERFUL DUROMAX ENGINE: The XP12000EH is Powered by a DuroMax 18HP, 457cc DuroMax OHV Engine
  • PLENTY OF POWER: With 12,000 starting watts and 9,500 running watts, this unit can handle heavy loads from lights and a refrigerator to a home air conditioner and high amperage power tools
  • DUAL FUEL TECHNOLOGY: This generator runs on gasoline or propane giving you the freedom and flexibility of fuel choice.

IMHO: In My Humble Opinion: In My Humble Opinion
The DuroMax XP12000EH generator is a great choice for just about any use and the dual fuel capabilities certainly help with the versatility of this generator. Transportation of this generator is easy with the integrated wheels, handle, and electric start which makes it a great choice for anyone.

7. Generac XG10000E

As one of the most prominent names in the generator business, it is no surprise that Generac has made its way into this list or generators with 50 amp outlets.

This particular Generac generator is able to put out 10,000 running watts and 12,500 starting watts which is more than enough to power your RV’s most dominant appliances.

For those who have RVs that demand more power, this generator can help to get most of your appliances powered.

50 amp plug on the xg10000e generator

For construction sites, this generator can power multiple high wattage tools without missing a beat.

It features a great selection of outlets that are covered which helps to protect the outlets from dirt and debris from entering the fragile electrical components.

The sound level of this generator is on par with most generators of its size, so you will not have to worry about a large amount of noise pollution.

With installed wheels, a collapsible handle system, and an electric start, this generator can be operated by even the most novice of generator users.

The Generac XG10000E Features:

  • 530cc OHV Engine
  • Running Watts: 10,000 Watts
  • Starting Watts: 12,500 Watts
  • Weight: 300 lbs
  • 10 Gallon Capacity Fuel Tank
  • 10 Hour Runtime @ 50% Load
  • 1 – 120/240V 30A L14-30R Twist Lock Outlet
  • 1 – 120/240V 30A L5-30R Twist Lock Outlet
  • 1 – 120/240V 50A 14-50R Twist Lock Outlet
  • 2 – 120V 20A GFCI 5-20R Duplex Outlets
  • Sound Level: 74 dBa
  • Electric/Recoil Style Start

Generac offers a 2 year residential warranty and a 1 year commercial warranty on this generator.

Pros

Pros
  • Covered Outlets
  • Easy Transportation
  • Large Fuel Capacity
  • Good Selection Of Outlets

Cons

Cons
  • Lower Run Time

IMHO: In My Humble Opinion: In My Humble Opinion
As a trusted name in the game, there is no reason you should have any reservations when purchasing a Generac generator. This XG10000E generator is no exception as it produces enough power to do the things you need it to do while giving you a wide selection of outlets to choose from. The only thing I would like to see better is the run time being longer. With a 10 gallon tank, I expected a longer run time from this generator.

8. Champion 100111

One of the other larger name brands on this list is Champion.

Champion is a well known generator producer who has been seen on many of my lists due to their high quality generators.

This Champion 100111 generator carries on this legacy with a powerful generator capable of producing 12,000 running watts and 15,000 starting watts that is sure to solve any power needs you may have.

This type of power level will surely power any size RV and will get any size job site covered.

With covered outlets, never flat wheels, electric start, and a built in handle, this generator can be operated by just about anyone, anywhere.

The large selection of outlets allows you to plug up just about any appliance that you may have for a versatile power solution.

The Champion 100111 Generator Features:

  • 717cc V-Twin Engine
  • Running Watts: 12,000 Watts
  • Starting Watts: 15,000 Watts
  • Weight: 330 lbs
  • 5.9 Gallon Capacity Fuel Tank
  • 9 Hour Run-Time At 50% Load
  • 1 – 120V 30A locking
  • 1 – 120/240V 30A locking
  • 1 – 120/240V 50A
  • 4 – 120V 20A GFCI outlets
  • Sound Level: 74 dBa
  • Electric/Recoil Style Start

On this generator, you can expect a 3 year limited warranty and free lifetime technical support from dedicated experts.

Pros

Pros
  • Covered Outlets
  • Large Wattage Capacity
  • Great Selection Of Outlets
  • Electric/Recoil Start

Cons

Cons
  • Lower Run Time
  • Smaller Fuel Tank
Champion 12,000-Watt Portable Generator with Electric Start and Lift Hook
  • Ultra-Powerful – At 15,000 starting watts and 12,000 running watts, enjoy up to 9 hours of run time on a full tank of gasoline with a noise level of 78 dBA from 23 feet
  • Electric Start – Trust the reliable 717cc V-Twin Champion engine with its battery-included electric start featuring a reliable toggle switch, plus built-in Cold Start Technology for easy starts in cold weather
  • Covered Outlets – One 120V 30A locking, a 120/240V 30A locking, a 120/240V 50A and four 120V 20A GFCI outlets, plus Volt Guard built-in surge protector prevents overloads and keeps your appliances and equipment safe

IMHO: In My Humble Opinion: In My Humble Opinion
This Champion generator is a great generator for those who are needing larger wattage. From the ease of transportation to the great selection of covered outlets, this generator is built to fufill the needs of many different types of people. The only downside to this generator is that the fuel tank is on the smaller side and it has a lower run time than most.

9. Westinghouse WGen12000

While we have looked at a couple of dual fuel hybrid generators on this list already, the Westinghouse  WGen 12000 offers high wattage capabilities and the choice of using propane or gasoline to help power this generator.

The WGen12000 pumps out 12,000 running watts and 15,000 starting watts which can easily power just about any RV or work site.

With a wide selection of outlets, you will never have to worry about not having the right outlet for your tool or appliance.

These outlets are also covered which makes them perfect for the dusty job sites.

This generator also features never flat wheels, a collapsible handle, and an electric start which makes it comparable to most generator on this list and keeps this 330lb generator easily transportable and usable by most people.

The Westinghouse WGen12000 Generator Features:

  • 713cc OHV Engine
  • Running Watts: 12,000 Watts
  • Starting Watts: 15,000 Watts
  • Weight: 330 lbs
  • 10.5 Gallon Capacity Fuel Tank
  • 9 Hour Run-Time
  • 2 -GFCI 120V 5–20r Standard Household Receptacles
  • 1 – 120V L5-30R Outlet
  • 1 – Transfer Switch Ready 120V L14-30R
  • 1 – RV Ready 120/240V 14–50r
  • 2 – Two 5V USB Ports
  • Sound Level: 78 dBa
  • Electric Remote/Recoil Style Start

Westinghouse is going to provide a 3 year warranty with this generator to keep your investment protected.

Pros

Pros
  • Easy To Transport
  • Covered Outlets
  • Dual Fuel Capable
  • Digital Gauge

Cons

Cons
  • Model may be hard to find in stock
Westinghouse WGen12000 Ultra Duty Portable Generator - 12000 Rated Watts & 15000 Peak Watts - Gas Powered - Electric Start - Transfer Switch & RV Ready - CARB Compliant
  • 12000 Running Watts and 15000 Peak Watts; Electric Start and Remote Start with Included Key Fob; Up to 11 Hours of Run Time on a 10. 5 Gallon Fuel Tank With Fuel Gauge
  • Features Two GFCI 120V 5–20R Standard Household Receptacles, One 120V L5-30R Outlet, One Transfer Switch Ready 120V L14-30R, One RV Ready 120/240V 14–50R, and Two 5V USB Ports; All Outlets Have Rubber Covers for Added Safety
  • Powered by the Ultra Duty 713cc OHV V-Twin Westinghouse Engine Featuring a Long-Lasting Cast Iron Sleeve With Automatic Low Oil Shutdown and Digital Hour Meter

IMHO: In My Humble Opinion: In My Humble Opinion
The Westinhouse WGen12000 is a powerhouse among its class in portable generators. With dual fuel capabilities, easy transportation, electric start, and a wide selection of covered outlets, there it little to not like about this generator.

10. CAT RP12000E

CAT is well known in many different industries for providing high quality products and this generator is no different.

The RP12000E is a powerful, user friendly generator that is ready to tackle just about anything that you have to throw at it. With a wide selection of covered outlets, you can expect this generator to be ready for anything.

This RP12000E generator is able to pump out 12,000 running watts and 15,000 starting watts to power multiple high wattage tools all at once or a full RV including the larger appliances such as an A/C system.

cat rp12000e generator

Useability was definitely taken into account when CAT manufactured this generator and it shows with the electric start, rubber wheels, collapsible handle, and a variety of outlets.

With a 10.5 gallon fuel tank and 11.7 hour run time, you can trust that you will get a full days worth from a single fill up.

The CAT RP12000E Generator Features:

  • 670cc Engine
  • Running Watts: 12,000 Watts
  • Starting Watts: 15,000 Watts
  • Weight: 353 lbs
  • 13.2 Gallon Capacity Fuel Tank
  • 11.7 Hour Run-Time
  • 9 total outlets, including 20A, 30A and 50A Receptacles
  • Sound Level: N/A
  • Electric/Recoil Style Start

Cat is going to offer a standard 2 year warranty on this generator and it can be extended by registering your generator within 30 days.

Pros

Pros
  • High Wattage Capabilities
  • Easy Transportation
  • 11.7 Hour Run Time
  • Electric/Recoil Start

Cons

Cons
  • No real cons to mention
RP12000E 12000 Running Watts/15000 Starting Watts Gas Powered portable Generator 502-3699
  • 12, 000 watts running/ 15, 000 watts starting
  • Fuel efficient 670cc v-twin OHV engine with idle mode option with pressurized oil system
  • 11. 2 hours of runtime on one tank at 50% load

IMHO: In My Humble Opinion: In My Humble Opinion
If you are looking for the highest wattage capable generator with all of the bells and whistles, this CAT RP12000E generator is about as good as it gets. It has just about everything that you could ask for and then some. For those with large RVs or larger job sites, this generator is going to be the answer to your wattage demands.

Frequently Asked Questions

Which Is The Quietest Generator For RVing?

When camping, you are going to want a generator that is somewhat quiet so that you are not disturbed. As far as this list goes, my suggestion would be the Pulsar Products PG100000B16. With operating sound levels as low as 68 dB, it is one of the quietest on this list.

Also see, my guide about the best generators for RV owners

How Much Power Does My RV Use?

In order to make sure that your generator is rated for your needs, you will first need to find out how many watts you will be using.

This can be done by finding out which appliance you want powered and calculating the wattage demands of each. This should give you an estimate of the wattage ratings you need for your generator.

How Can I Safely Use A 50 amp generator?

In order to safely run your generator when camping with an RV, you are going to first want to make sure you are using high quality components.

Any generator or connections that you are using need to be free of defects and of a high quality.

Second, you will want to make sure your generator is secured in a level place. Generators tend to vibrate with the motion of the engine so you will want to ensure it is completely level on a secure base.

Lastly, make sure that you are not overloading your generator. This can be done by calculating the wattage demands and comparing it to your wattage ratings on your generator.

Also see my article about carbon monoxide.

Conclusion – About This Guide

So now that I have discussed 10 of the top generators that include a 50 amp plug, you should have no problem choosing the right one for your needs.

While I have mainly touched on the RV usage, these generators make great backup power sources for residential use and most of these would also be a great addition to any worksite when you don’t have access to electrical power.

Are you currently running a generator for yourRV? If so, what size, and what appliances are you running with it?

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