A-iPower’s GXS7100iRDC Designed to Manage During Winter Storms

Winter storms have covered wide swatches of the United States and Canada at the outset of 2024, with heavy snow followed by subfreezing temperatures. These conditions have often caused renewable energy sources to falter while energy demand increases.

For example, Canadian utilities have been severely impacted in the form of rolling blackouts and customers being asked to turn off items not needed (https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/calgary/power-risk-winter-heat-overload-demand-1.7087499). In addition, changes in energy policies are leaving residents in large portions of the countries more vulnerable as solar and wind turbines go offline during such storms.

With that in mind, A-iPower encourages people to be prepared by having its new GXS7100iRDC - Dual Fuel Remote Control Inverter Generator on hand in the event of a power outage.

The GXS7100iRDC, specifically designed for the Canadian market, is powered by a 322cc OHV high performance 4-cycle engine with a 3.6 gal fuel tank. Featuring both recoil and push button electric start, this unit runs on gasoline or propane fuel, providing flexibility during an emergency. The unit has 7,100 starting watts with 5,700 running watts on gasoline and 6,400 starting watts with 5,100 running watts on propane.

The low idle technology adjusts RPM based on demand, saving fuel, while the generator has <3% THD of clean power output, keeping sensitive electronics safe. Complete with parallel ports for double the power output when linked together, it has a built in LED control panel light, a CO Sensor with automatic shutdown, and a digital data center for quick and easy access to real-time running data.

Featuring recoil, electric, and remote start, with a battery included, the unit operates at levels as low at 65 decibels. In addition to being ideal for home, the unit is also when going camping, tailgating, and Rving.

Visit https://a-ipower.com/products/gxs7100irdc-dual-fuel-remote-control-generator for complete information.