Suggestion and connection on power generator

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dustyki
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Suggestion and connection on power generator

Post by dustyki » Thu May 28, 2020 2:32 pm

Dusty fam
I’m looking for suggestion on which kind
Of generator to get for off playa day
Party at parks around the city.
Also I’m planning to build mini mutant wheelie carrier to put speakers and cooler.
Help this lost dusty one on any info; best mini generator, which wheelie carrier I could start mutating.
Looking forward for this project and ultimately the park dance party.
💜💚💜

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Re: Suggestion and connection on power generator

Post by Popeye » Thu May 28, 2020 10:10 pm

We need to know what you are powering, voltage (probably 120V) and current draw, before suggesting a generator. Look somewhere near where the power cord enters the equipment, it should be printed there.
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Re: Suggestion and connection on power generator

Post by Traveller in Time » Fri May 29, 2020 5:23 am

EU1000, EU2000, EU3000 depending on load requirement.

Relative silent, electronically stabilized power so delicate equipment wont get hurt.
Expensive but worth the money and will keep their value for years.

Oh, and:
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