2000 Watt Generators – The Finest For Sale

If you’re currently out looking for a 200-watt generator, you’re probably not having any fun. Looking for a new portable generator of any size can prove to be a particularly challenging task, particularly if you don’t know exactly what you are looking for.

The vast amount of numbers, figures, and specifications that are attached to various generators can be quite overwhelming. 2000-watt generators come in a variety of prices and sizes.

There are a huge number of different options available on the market. In this post, we’re going to give some recommendations on what we think are the best 2000-watt generators, based on our research.

There are features that it’s important to be on the lookout for when buying portable generators, just the same as there are features that you should know to avoid. Hopefully, after reading this post, you’ll be fully informed on what the best 2000-watt portable inverter generators are, and have an idea of which one suits your needs best.

 

Yamaha EF2400iSHC

The Yamaha EF2400iSHC has a little more power than 2000 watts. This makes it a great unit for powering a little more than those appliances that are rated close to the 2000-watt mark. It’s got 2400 watts of peak power and can provide a continuous wattage of 2000 watts.

It’s very refined too, operating at only 60 decibels when running at full load. The EF2000ISHC runs very efficiently as well. From its 1.5 gallon tank, it will keep running at a quarter capacity for more than 8 hours.

The control panel on the front of the EF2400iSHC is easy to use and read too. It’s fitted with a fuel gauge, and a good variety of power outlets, including 2 AC outlets and a DC outlet that’s great for charging and powering smaller devices.

The EF2400iSHC can be used anywhere in the USA as well – being CARB compliant you can be sure that you’re not having an unnecessarily large negative impact on the environment when running this generator.

The EF2400iSHC is fitted with an inverter too. This means the power that it outputs is clean and stable, making it safe to plug in all devices directly to the generator. The power output by the EF2400iSHC has very minimal harmonic distortion.

Key Features

  • Maximum power output of 2400 watts
  • Running power output of 2000 watts
  • Efficient – the EF2400iSHC is designed to automatically adjust the engine so that it only runs at the speed that is necessary to power the appliances that are currently plugged in
  • Good variety of power outlets
  • Quiet and Refined – when operating at full load, the EF2400iSHC runs at only 60 decibels. This generator is quieter at full load than any other that we have reviewed to date.

Downsides

  • Some users have reported difficulty when changing the oil

 

Generac 7117 GP2200i – Fuel-Efficient Inverter

The Generac 7117 is a simple generator that gives out some great-quality power. It’s got a starting wattage of 2200 watts, and a continuous wattage of 1600 watts.

It’s a versatile generator that’s very lightweight and portable. As is the case with most generators that are in this size bracket, it’s best for smaller applications such as camping, or providing temporary backup power to one or two appliances.

The 7117 is fitted with a 1.2-gallon fuel tank. It’s an efficient generator too – when running at half-capacity, the GP2200i can run for more than 7 hours on just one tank of fuel. When being used at a quarter capacity, the 7117 will keep going for a very impressive 10 hours.

The immense efficient figures of the 7117 are largely the result of the eco-mode that Generac has installed within the engine. When engaged, the engine only runs at the speed that is necessary to power the appliances that are currently using power. This allows the unit to use less fuel, and to run more quietly too.

The Generac 7117 is lightweight too at just 46 pounds. It’s easy to move around and can be lifted by one person with ease.

In the event that you didn’t have enough power, this Generac can be connected in parallel with another Generac to make for greater power output. Even if you’d like to run appliances together that are close to the rated load of one unit, the parallel connection allows for the load to be spread between two units.

Key Features

  • Lightweight – the 7177 weighs only 46 lbs
  • Starting wattage of 2200 watts
  • Running wattage of 1600 watts
  • Efficient – when being used at a quarter capacity, the 7117 will keep going for more than 10 hours
  • Parallel Connectivity
  • Eco-Mode

 

Downsides

  • There’s no fuel gauge on the 7117

 

Pulsar G2319N – Well-Priced, Feature-Packed Inverter

The Pulsar G2319N may not be as well-known a generator as the Generac or Yamaha on this list. However, that certainly doesn’t mean that it can’t compete or indeed excel more than the other two.

Pulsar has made a great success with the G2319N. It’s a powerful unit for its size, with a starting wattage of 2300 watts and a running wattage of 1800 watts.

At only 47 lbs, the G2319N is one of the lightest options on our list. It’s extremely portable and easy to move around. 

The G2319N has an extremely surprising number of upper-market features fitted, considering its price. It’s an inverter generator, which allows it to put out power which is very clean and of very high-quality. The power that’s output by the G2319N is suitable to be used directly by all devices. This Pulsar employs stable sine wave technology to make sure of this.

It’s very quiet and refined too, running at only 59 decibels. For reference, this isn’t all that much louder than a regular conversation between two people.

It’s capable of being connected in parallel with another G2319N as well, coming complete with a parallel kit. This means that. Should you find the rated wattage of the G2319N to be insufficient in any situation, you can simply connect it together with another unit that gives you double the total wattage.

Key Features

  • Maximum wattage of 2300 watts
  • Running wattage of 1800 watts
  • Quiet and refined at only 59 decibels
  • Powerful 80cc OHV Engine
  • Good variety of power outlets – two 120V AC outlets, one 12V DV outlet, and one 5V USB outlet
  • Efficient – the G2319N will keep running for 6 hours when being used at half-capacity
  • 1.18-Gallon Cpacity fuel tank
  • Inverter Generator
  • Low-oil level detection
  • Recoil Starter
  • Comes with a 12V charging cable, spark plug wrench, and oil as free extras

 

Downsides

  • None found!

 

Conclusion

In our opinion, the Pulsar G2319N is a fantastic 2kW generator. It’s well-priced, well-built, and comes with a huge number of extra features that are often only found on more expensive units. If we were to choose a unit to purchase from this list, it would almost undoubtedly be the G2319N from Pulsar Products.

The Generac 7117 GP2200i is a great generator. It stands out from the crowd with its extreme fuel efficiency too, being able to run for up to 10 hours from a single tank of gas.

The Yamaha EF2400iSHC is a 2000-watt generator that will not let you down in terms of reliability or durability. However, it is extremely expensive at more than $1200 dollars. Whilst it does include features such as a great inverter, CARB compliance, and a great brand name, we believe it is particularly expensive.