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Best 6500 Watt Portable Generators

Most powerful option Budget Friendly option Most Exclusive option
DEK 6500 GeneracGP6500 CoSense Generac XC6500E
DEK 6500 WATT GENERAC GP6500 CO-SENSE GENERAC XC6500E
6500 Running Watts 6500 Running Watts 6500 Running Watts
8130 Starting Watts 8125 Starting Watts 8125 Starting Watts
Runs on Gasoline Runs on Gasoline Runs on Gasoline
Recoil pull start Recoil pull start Electric start (recoil backup)
120/240 AC Voltage 120/240 AC Voltage 120/240 AC Voltage
12 DC Voltage No DC Voltage No DC Voltage
Runs 10 hours at 50% load Runs 10.5 hours at 50% load Runs 14 hours at 50% load
77 dBA at 25% load No data on dBA at 25% load No data on dBA at 25% load
235 lb (106.6 kg) weight 172 lb (78 kg) weight 257 lb (117 kg) weight
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How we chose the best

Our Generatorist team went over 700 different portable generators to identify approximately 30 machines that provide 6500 running watts. Out of those, we have selected the following options we consider to be the best.

DEK 6500 watt

THE Most powerful option
PREFERRED FEATURES
Electric Start: No Dual Fuel: No
Recoil Backup Start: Yes Fuel Gauge: No
Inverter: No Metal Fuel Tank: Yes
Idle Control: No Electric Fuel Injection: No
Battery Included: No Fuel Shutoff Valve: Yes
Low Oil Shutdown: Yes Spark Arrestor: Yes

why we chose this machine

The DEK 6500 is a generator that provides the most starting watts – 8130. However, there is not a single machine that would be a clear winner in this category as the vast majority of 6500 generators provide 8125 starting watts.

The DEK 6500 is equipped with an DEK (OEM branded) four stroke engine (420 cc) that is protected by an automatic low-oil shutdown. Although this machine is powerful, it’s also quite noisy with 77 dBA.

It has a medium sized metallic fuel tank with the capacity of 6.6 gal (25 l). On a full tank of gasoline, this generator can run for 10 hours at 50% load.

There are several types of electric outlets available:

  • Four 120 VAC (5-20R DUPLEX) outlets
  • One 120/240 VAC (L14-30R Twist Lock) outlet
  • Two 12V DC outlets

Although this machine is on the heavy side (235 lb/106 kg dry weight), it is still easy to move around. The DEK 6500 includes retractable handle-bars and two never-go-flat wheels.

Points to consider

The DEK 6500 has won in this category just because it provides 5 more starting watts than other 6500 generators. Although it is quite affordable, it doesn’t provide as many features as other alternatives in this category (see options below).

Sadly, we have not discovered any information on the total harmonic distortion of this generator so we can’t say if this machine is suitable for sensitive electronic appliances or not.

Another downside of DEK 6500 is the missing fuel gauge. Without it, you will have a hard time to plan the run time. Also, we would like to see an electric start option in generator of this much power.

In the end, if you can’t or don’t want to get a DEK 6500 for whatever reason, then we have listed a couple of alternative 6500 generators that provide almost the same amount of starting watts and often much more features at a moderate price.

Don´t forget to take a look at feedback of Home Depot customers. Focus on those classified as “verified purchase”.

Generac GP6500E CO-SENSE

Best for those on tight budget
PREFERRED FEATURES
Electric Start: No Dual Fuel: No
Recoil Backup Start: Yes Fuel Gauge: Yes
Inverter: No Metal Fuel Tank: Yes
Idle Control: No Electric Fuel Injection: No
Battery Included: No Fuel Shutoff Valve: Yes
Low Oil Shutoff: Yes Spark Arrestor: Yes

why we chose this machine

We have chosen Generac GP6500 Co-Sense as a winner in this category mostly for its surprisingly low price. Usually, Generac machines are more expensive. If you are on a tight budget but still need at least 6500 running watts from your generator, then you should grab this unit.

The GP6500 Co-Sense is equipped with a reliable 389cc Generac OHV (overhead valve) engine that will produce 8125 surge (starting) watts. The engine is protected by an automatic low-oil shutdown sensor.

This unit has a medium-sized, steel fuel tank with the capacity of 6.9 gal (26 l). On a full tank of gasoline, this generator can run for 10.5 hours at 50% load. Sadly, the information about noise is missing.

The Generac GP6500 Co-Sense provides only basic outlets, such as:

  • Two 120 VAC (5-20R GFCI DUPLEX) with 20 amps
  • One 120/240 VAC (L14-30R Twist Lock) with 30 amps

These outlets are covered so no dirt and dust will get into them. Also, the GP6500 includes automatic voltage regulation so this generator produces cleaner power that is safer for your electric appliances.

This unit doesn’t provide any DC outlets and can be started only by a manual recoil pull start. The best part? This generator includes also a Co-Sense sensor for deadly carbon monoxide.

Points to consider

The Generac GP6500 Co-Sense is the least expensive 6500 portable generator. Sadly, this unit doesn’t include battery for an electric start option.

Also, it is missing any official information on the noisiness so we assume that it is not that quiet as otherwise, the company would describe this product with the low amount of decibels.

We have to point out that this unit is extremely portable thanks to its low dry weight, foldable handles and a set of never flat wheels.

If you can’t (or don’t want to) get Generac GP6500 Co-Sense for whatever reason, then there are two other good, yet very affordable 6500 generators for you to choose from.

Don´t forget to take a look at feedback and reviews of Lowe´s customers. Focus on those classified as “verified purchase”.

Generac XC6500E

The Most Exclusive Option
PREFERRED FEATURES
Electric Start: Yes Dual Fuel: No
Recoil Backup Start: Yes Fuel Gauge: Yes
Inverter: No Metal Fuel Tank: Yes
Idle Control: Yes Electric Fuel Injection: No
Battery Included: Yes Fuel Shutoff Valve: Yes
Low Oil Shutoff: Yes Spark Arrestor: Yes

why we chose this machine

We are dealing with portable generators for some time already, so there is no surprise to us that the most exclusive 6500 generator is Generac XC6500E. Although it’s quite expensive, this gasoline generator is an excellent choice for both homeowners as well as contractors.

This exclusive option comes equipped with a powerful 426cc Generac G-Force engine that will produce solid 8125 starting watts and is protected by an automatic low-oil shutdown. Sadly, the manufacturer doesn’t provide any information on the level of noise it makes.

The XC6500E is able to run for whole 14 hours at a 50% load thanks to a large 8.5 gallon (32 l) steel gas tank and an automatic idle control.

This unit provides several types of electric outlets available:

  • Two 120 VAC (5-20R GFCI DUPLEX) with 20 amps each
  • One 120 VAC (L5-30R GFCI Twist Lock) with 30 amps
  • One 120/240 VAC (L14-30R GFCI Twist Lock) with 30 amps

The whole control panel is GFCI protected so this unit is safer than other options on this list. Also, its outlets are covered so no dust or dirt will ever clog them. Although this generator is not an inverter, it still produces an incredibly clean power with less than 5% total harmonic distortion (THD).

The best part? Generac XC6500E includes battery for an easy electric start. Obviously, there is a recoil pull start as a backup option if your battery dies.

Points to consider

The Generac XC6500E is one of the most expensive 6500 generators that we had the opportunity to look at. If you have a large budget then go for it.

Because the manufacturer doesn’t share any information on the noisiness of this unit, we need to assume that it is quite loud as otherwise, companies usually feature the low noise everywhere.

Another downside of this generator is its weight. This machine it is quite heavy (257 pounds of dry weight). Despite this fact, it is still comfortable to move around thanks to folding handle and a couple of heavy-duty, never-flat wheels.

However, if you can’t (or don’t want to) get Generac XC6500E for whatever reason, then there are two other exclusive options that are perfect for those who always look for the best.

Don´t forget to take a look at feedback and reviews of Amazon customers. Focus on those classified as “verified purchase”.

Shopping guide to

6500 watt portable generator

Lots of people do purchase generators only after they are left without any power. This puts them under pressure and they often make a hasty decision that leaves them with a costly machine that doesn’t fit their needs.

Backup generators for your household appliances can become quite an overpriced investment, especially if you have absolutely no idea what you really need to look for.

Luckily, thanks to our shopping guide you are going to make a much more informed shopping decision. If you want to get the best 6500 generator possible, you need to consider:

  1. Power requirements – Since in this article we are choosing from machines that all provide 6500 running watts, you need to consider the amount of starting (or surge) watts provided.
  2. Your budget – The second most important thing you need to consider is your budget. Actually, in most cases this is the most limiting factor you will encounter while choosing your machine.
  3. Portability – Do you need your machine to be portable? Then go for brands and models that offer lower dry weight, a wheel kit, and a folding handle.

Once you have defined these major limiting factors, then you can filter out a vast majority of machines. If there are still too many options for you to choose from, then you need to have a look at these extra features and decide, which are a must have for you:

  • Inverter – Inverter generators provide cleaner and much more reliable power as they do output AC current that is then converted into DC voltage and then again re-inverted back into clean AC voltage. Except for clean current that doesn’t damage softer electronic appliances such as computers and laptops, these machines are quieter and more fuel efficient.
  • Noise – If noise is your main concern, then choose an inverter generator. Also conventional machines can be quiet but even if they include an effective muffler, in most cases they don’t reach as low levels of noise as inverters do.
  • Automatic Voltage Regulation – The AVR is an electronic device that automatically maintains output terminal voltage of your generator at a set value no matter the load or operating temperatures. Some sensitive electronic appliances could get damaged if the voltage gets out of certain range.
  • Automatic Idle Control – The automatic idle control (also known as Eco Throttle or Smart Throttle) can save you a lot of fuel costs and reduce the noise of your generator. It automatically adapts the rotations of your engine in relation to the actual load. If your generator runs idle, this system can significantly reduce the number of rotations per minute.
  • Electric Fuel Injection – The electric fuel injection (EFI) system is an excellent replacement of carburetor, a part that can easily get clogged if you don’t use your generator frequently. Also, electric fuel injection helps your engine run more efficiently, leading to reduced fuel costs.
  • Alternative Fuel Source – Do you know what is the biggest and most frequent issue after a hurricane strike? The lack of gasoline. That is why we always recommend to get a dual fuel generator that can run on propane or a natural gas as well.
  • Fuel Gauge – Sadly, even these days some generators are built without any fuel gauge or indicator. This makes the fuel management and planning of a run time really difficult.
  • Electric Start with Recoil Backup – Some people don’t like the manual recoil pull start for one reason or another and could not imagine having a generator without a comfortable electric start. If you are such a person, then please get a unit that also offers a recoil pull start as a backup starting method. In most cases, the battery of your generator that is responsible for electric start, dies after not using your machine for longer periods of time and you may be left without any power source.
  • Manual Fuel Shutoff Valve – This valve becomes very helpful especially during the transportation and storage of your machine. In case you need to store your generator for a longer period of time, you need to completely remove fuel from the system to avoid clogging of carburetor by gasoline that went bad.
  • Material of Fuel Tank – There are two main types of fuel tanks, each having its pros as well as cons. Plastic fuel tanks are usually lighter, will not rust, but are less durable. Then there are metallic fuel tanks. These are much more durable, but are heavier and prone to rusting if they are not treated well. It is really up to you what material will fit your needs the most.
  • Longer Run Time – Each and every person who already owned a generator knows how annoying frequent refilling of a fuel tank can become. You need to stop your generator and let it cool off for a while before you can add new gasoline. That is why you should chose a machine that offers a longer run time.
  • Maintenance free electric battery – If you decide to get a generator with electric start, then go for one that offers a maintenance-free battery. This way you will always have your generator ready to serve.
  • Spark Arrestor – This is a helpful piece of equipment that minimizes the chance of setting dry vegetation on fire. Some areas restrict the use of generators to only those including spark arrestor.
  • OHV Engine with Automatic Low Oil Shutoff – In general, overhead valve (OHV) engines are much more efficient and durable. Also, the automatic low oil shutdown system will protect your engine against any damage caused by low oil levels.
  • Multiple Types of Covered Outlets – While choosing the 6500 generator, you need to consider the types of outlets you will need and the maximum allowed amperage. Based on our experience, the majority of 6500 running watts generator will have 20 amps and 30 amps outlets. Also, we prefer machines that have covered outlets to avoid getting dust and debris into them.

All these extra features are recommended by our Generatorist team. However, each one increases the final price of your machine. That is why you should prioritize these features and decide, which you can live without and which feature is a must have for you.

6500 Generator FAQ

Frequently asked questions

Because we got a lot of questions over time with regards to 6500 watt generators, we have decided to add this FAQ section where you can look for helpful information.

If you have questions that are not answered here, feel free to contact us or leave your question in the comments section available at the end of this article.

In general, this type of machine can run almost any essential household appliance, including:

  1. Small window AC unit
  2. Fridge with a freezer
  3. Sump pump
  4. Small heating system
  5. All smaller electric appliances
  6. A couple of power tools

To learn, whether you can run all these at the same time you need to know the power consumption of each appliance in your home. Also, you need to know whether your generator has the correct number and type of outlets as some higher wattage appliances such as AC units may need different outlets than other low-wattage appliances.

Just, do not expect to run your whole house on this machine simultaneously as this will require a lot more power than a 6500 generator can produce. We have provided tables with rough estimates for individual electric appliances in this article.

If you need to provide an energy backup for your whole house without any limitations, you may consider getting a stand-by unit instead of a portable one.

Usually, these are much more expensive and need to be installed by a professional electrician.

In general, a 6500 running watts generator does not provide enough power to run a heat pump or electric furnace. However, answering this question is really hard without knowing the exact running and starting watts required by your electric appliance. Contact a manufacturer of your pump or furnace to learn more info on wattage required.

We have discovered a forum thread where this question is answered in more details so do not forget to check it out as well.

Sadly, there is not a single answer to this question. To learn, whether you can run your welder on a 6500 portable generator you need to know the power requirements of your welder (see the data tag or user manual you got to your welder).

However, based on the information we were able to learn, the best option is to get a special generator that has been manufactured for welding purposes to be able to harness the full potential of your welder.

You can see some good options on Home Depot.

In general, a 6500 running watts generator should provide enough power to run a small well pump without any issues. However, answering this question is really hard without knowing the exact running and starting watts required by your water pump.

I have found rough estimates for different types of pumps:

  • 1/3 Horse Power – It takes 750 running watts and 1500 starting watts.
  • 1/2 Horse Power – It takes 1000 running watts and 2100 starting watts.
  • 3/4 Horse Power – It takes 1500 running watts and 3000 starting watts.
  • 1 Horse Power – It takes 2000 running watts and 4000 starting watts.
  • 1 & 1/2 Horse Power – It takes 2500 running watts and 5000 starting watts.

As you can see in the estimates above, the issue is not running watts but starting watts. To get the precise numbers, you will need to find the voltage (120 or 240), amperage and horsepower information on the info-plate of your pump.

Then, all it takes to learn required wattage is to apply this equation:

Watts (W or kW) = Volts (V) x Amps (A)

Although theoretically, you could run a very small central AC (that is modern and power efficient) with a 6500 running watts generator, we would rather go for an emergency window AC unit as 6500 generators may have too little starting power.

However, the answer to this question really depends on the number of running and starting watts your AC unit requires.

Obviously, these numbers vary from one unit to the other and are based on cooling ability of individual models and brands. That is why you need to look for this data at the name tag of your central AC:

  1. LRA (Locked Rotor Amps) – This number represents the current you can expect under starting conditions when you apply full voltage.
  2. RLA (Rated Load Amps) – This number represents the maximum current a compressor should draw under any operating conditions.
  3. FLA (Full Load Amps) – This number represents the same as the Rated Load Amps.

Just note that you need to take into consideration the amps for both the compressor and the fan unit. To determine, if your 6500 generator can run a central AC, please consult its manufacturer or a professional electrician.

Keep in mind that a typical central air unit runs on a 208/240 volts and is often permanently mounted and hardwired into the electrical system of your house. That is why to safely run this electronic appliance you need to connect your generator through a transfer switch.

Actually, you should always connect your generator through a transfer switch if you do not want to damage your appliances or endanger people who may be working on electric lines in your neighborhood.

In general, a 6500 watt gasoline generator has a 4-stroke engine. If this is the case, you will need to use either SAE 30 (if you live in a warmer climate) or a SAE 10W-30 if you are going to use it in a colder climate.

However, there are many things you need to consider while choosing the oil for your machine:

  • Whether you got a 2-stroke or a 4-stroke engine
  • Starting and operating temperatures
  • Type of fuel your machine runs on
  • Certifications and classifications of the oil
  • Reputation of the brand and company producing the oil

If you need to learn more information on how to choose the best oil for your generator, then consult our guide that is available right here. We provide you also with a list of best brands in various categories of oil.

In general, a 6500 watt generator provides approximately 54 amps, in case of 120 volts or 27 amps in case of 240 volts. To learn more, you should check out the owner´s manual to the machine you want to buy.

Actually, identifying how many amps there are in a 6500 running watt generator is a very simple process. All you have to do is to apply the following formula:

Amps (A) = Watts (W or kW) / Volts (V)

You need to divide the wattage by the voltage. So, in this case you need to divide 6500 by 120 or 240 to get the correct numbers.

Although this question does not have a universal answer as each generator has unique fuel consumption and capacity of the fuel tank, based on our database an average 6500 generator runs for approximately 11 hours on a 50% load.

This number is a median that we got after looking at the run time of over 30 generators that provide 6500 running watts.

There is not a single correct answer to this question. Actually, there are several features of your 6500 generator you need to consider while choosing your transfer switch.

We will be doing a guide on choosing the best transfer switches soon but in the meantime, consider this guide from Electric Generators Direct.

Looking at the whole spectrum of generators providing 6500 running watts, we have identified only one option whose MSRP fulfills these criteria – the Generac GP6500 Co-Sense.

Just keep in mind that you get what you pay for. This affordable machine lacks some of our preferred features.

If you are looking for an RV generator, our advice is to choose a machine that is powerful but still quiet. Ideally, go for an inverter. There are two 6500 options that are RV ready:

  1. LIFAN Energy Storm ESI7000iER-EFI (one 120/240 VAC 14-50R RV outlet)
  2. Energizer eZV7500 (one 120 VAC 30R RV outlet)

Although there are only two RV-ready 6500 generators in our database, you can get a necessary set of adapters (also called  dogbones) to easily connect your RV to any machine on this list through either a 20 or a 30 amp outlets.

So pick a generator that best fits your needs and if it is not RV ready, do not forget to get the correct adapter.

Finding a reliable information on the “noisiness” of generators is a tough job to do. However, based on our findings, we can list the following machines as “quietest”:

  1. Energizer eZV7500
  2. LIFAN Energy Storm ESI7000iER-EFI

In general, if you want a portable generator that is powerful but also quiet at the same time, then go for an inverter. Sadly, these machines are much more expensive than regular generators.

If you are looking for a 6500 running watts generator that offers the most comfortable electric start, then we can recommend you the following machines:

Both Lifan and Generac are high-quality machines that have one big downside, they are very expensive. That is why we have listed Green-Power America generator as an option for those on a tight budget.

While going over our database of 6500 running watts generators, we have not identified any generator that runs on diesel. If you still need a diesel powered generator, you would need to decrease the running watts category:

Our preferred choice is YANMAR YDG5500 as it includes the portability kit. Just expect to pay a lot as both these units are on the expensive side.

We have not found any 6500 generator that runs on propane. If you still need a propane powered generator, you would need to either increase or decrease the running watts category:

All these machines are providing a good quality-vs-price ratio.

If you are looking for the best inverter generator that provides 6500 running watts, then go for either the LIFAN Energy Storm ESI7000iER-EFI or the Energizer eZV7500.

Just keep in mind that inverter generators are on the expensive side.

Getting a generator for a construction site? Then look at these features:

  • A lot of starting power
  • Covered outlets to avoid getting the dirt into them
  • Automatic voltage regulation or an inbuilt inverter for clean power
  • Quiet machine if you are working in a noise restricted area
  • Included portability kit
  • Large fuel tank made of steel
  • Durable and sturdy frame
  • GFCI protected outlets
  • Long run time
  • Automatic low-oil shutdown protection
  • Power bar and hour meter
  • And more

Actually, we have written a detailed guide on choosing a generator for a job contractor where you can learn more about all these features.

Getting back to your question, based on these criteria, we have identified the Generac XC6500E as the best 6500 generator for a construction site. Although it is quite an expensive machine, it is well built and durable.

things to consider

Before getting a generator

Lots of people rush into getting a backup power unit for their home without realizing that there are some other less-talked-about things associated with using a generator.

Transfer switch

One of the most overlooked facts when getting a backup generator for your home is the need to get and install a transfer switch by a professional electrician. Running a generator without it is not safe and limits your powering abilities.

The transfer switch is a small electrical board (similar to a circuit breaker panel) that will make sure you are not going to damage your generator, fry your electric appliances, or endanger anyone working on power lines.

Also, you can not safely connect and operate essential electric appliances that are hardwired into your house´s wiring system such as central heating and air conditioning, water and sump pumps, or water heaters.

There are two main types of residential transfer switches for you to choose from:

  1. Manual – While these units costs between $100.00 – $800.00, you can expect to pay more as it is around 3-4 hours long job for a professional electrician to install it and he or she can charge between $50.00 – $100.00 per hour. That makes it additional $200.00 – $400.00 for a labor.
  2. Automatic – In general, these units are more expensive as their price range is somewhere between $300.00 – $2,000.00, and its installation will be closer to the $300.00 – $400.00 range.

Luckily, there is also a less expensive alternative to the transfer switch called an interlock device. This is a small connector that will enable you to connect your portable generator to the service panel without the need for a transfer switch and it will cost you around $50.00 – $150.00.

Its installation should be done by a professional electrician so there will be some labor costs as well. Just keep in mind that not every electrical system or building can use interlock device.

It will MAKE some noise

Although it is quite obvious, a lot of people don’t realize that a generator can be really noisy, especially if you run it in a densely populated area. Trust me, that your neighbors won’t be very happy about your generator running unless you are going to share some of your power.

If you don’t have a big piece of land all around your house, it is always a good idea to invest into a quiet machine. The quietest portable generators we know produce around 55 dBA on 50% load. That is as quiet as an urban background noise during the daytime (it is even quieter than a normal conversation which is around 70 dBA).

If you don’t want to risk good relations with your neighbors, just let them know that you are going to start your generator in advance and offer them some of your power as a form of compensation for the noise.

regular maintenance

As every other machine that has engine in it, even your generator will require a regular attention. Luckily, as long as you are a handyman, you can manage to do the basic maintenance on your own.

In most cases, you will need to do just the basics:

  • Control engine oil levels and change old oil for a new one
  • Inspect and replace old spark plugs
  • Inspect, clean, and replace air filters
  • Give your machine a test run every month
  • Keep both your unit and the body of your engine clean
  • Inspect and clean fuel filter and gas tank
  • Inspect and clean spark arrester
  • Inspect and fix any loose bolts, wires, or rusty parts

Although it may sound like a lot, you can do the most within two hours. If you feel like any of the processes above are over the limits of your capabilities, then expect to pay some money at local service station of small engines.

An expert employed there will gladly do the maintenance for you.

Storage requirements

Storing your generator may not be as easy as it may seem in the first place. The most comfortable way to store your unit is to get a wheel kit and a foldable handle to move your machine easily.

Also, you need to keep in mind that if you are going to store your unit for a longer period of time, you should either drain all the gas from your fuel lines or add a fuel stabilizer into the tank and let it run for a while as otherwise, the gas inside will go bad and will create gum deposits that will clog your carburetor sooner or later.

While draining your fuel, you will find manual fuel-shutoff switch to be a very practical feature. We have created an insightful guide to storing your generator, check it out for more information.

local Laws & regulations

Before you go and buy your generator, it is always a good idea to learn whether there are any local laws and regulations that could limit your choices. Some states, municipalities, and areas limit the highest allowed noise while others limit the maximum allowed amount of air pollution.

Just ask the local dealer of generators and if they are professionals, they will be able to give you every piece of legislation and regulation that your generator needs to meet if you want to use it in your backyard.

Carbon monoxide

Sadly, even these days there are people dying from carbon monoxide poisoning related to using generators. They don’t realize (or just underestimate) the fact that fumes from their generator are poisonous.

The worst part? Carbon monoxide is an odorless, and colorless gas.

That is why you should never run any generator inside enclosed space or too close to your (or others) home (including open doors and windows) as you could be poisoning yourself or anybody else without even realizing that.

Sadly, the detection of this poisonous gas is almost impossible unless you install a carbon monoxide detector.

Top 6500 Generators

Summary of our selection
Most powerful option Budget Friendly option Most Exclusive option
DEK 6500 GeneracGP6500 CoSense Generac XC6500E
DEK 6500 WATT GENERAC GP6500 CO-SENSE GENERAC XC6500E
6500 Running Watts 6500 Running Watts 6500 Running Watts
8130 Starting Watts 8125 Starting Watts 8125 Starting Watts
Runs on Gasoline Runs on Gasoline Runs on Gasoline
Recoil pull start Recoil pull start Electric start (recoil backup)
120/240 AC Voltage 120/240 AC Voltage 120/240 AC Voltage
12 DC Voltage No DC Voltage No DC Voltage
Runs 10 hours at 50% load Runs 10.5 hours at 50% load Runs 14 hours at 50% load
77 dBA at 25% load No data on dBA at 25% load No data on dBA at 25% load
235 lb (106.6 kg) weight 172 lb (78 kg) weight 257 lb (117 kg) weight
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