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Champion Power Equipment 2800W / 3100W Inverter Generator

Blain # 803996 | Mfr # 75531I


Survivor may be your favorite reality TV show but you don’t want to try to reenact it on your next family vacation! Before roughing it in the wild, pick up a Champion Power Equipment 2800W / 3100W Inverter Generator. Extremely quiet and portable, you'll be able to use this power inverter generator without ruining the sounds of nature. And "roughing it" does not mean you can't enjoy little luxuries such as light, air conditioning and appliances. Remember, what is entertaining on television may not be so fun in real life so make sure you get the Champion Power Equipment 2800W / 3100W Inverter Generator. It’s just like winning a big reward challenge!


  • Quiet, lightweight and portable
  • Provides clean, quiet power for campsites, RV's, cabins and other remote locations
  • Inverter Technology
  • Provides clean power safe for sensitive electronics
  • Variable speed engine to reduce noise, conserve fuel and lengthen the life of the engine
  • Powerful enough to start a 15,000 BTU air conditioner
  • Includes integrated wheels and stow away handle
  • Only 58 dBA from 23'
  • Economy Mode: Engine automatically idles lower when electrical load reduced, saving fuel and engine wear
  • Operates for 8 hours on full tank of gas at 25% load
  • True sine wave protects sensitive equipment
  • RV - ready with TT-30R twistlock, 120V duplex and 12 Volt DC outlets

Technical Description

See manufacturers warranty for complete details and limitations
DC Output:12V / 8.3A
Frequency:60 Hz
Fuel Capacity:1.59 Gallon
Oil Capacity:0.63 Qt
Recommended Oil:SAE 10W - 30
Start Type:Recoil
Choke Type:Manual
Type: Gas
Running Watts: 2800W
Surge Watts: 3100W
A/C Voltage: 120V
Engine Displacement: 171cc
Weight: 83.8 lb
Length: 24.4"
Width: 14.3"
Height: 18.3"

Product Reviews

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Champion Power Equipment 2800W / 3100W Inverter Generator
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Blain's Farm and Fleet Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Todd R: Like the product Jun 29, 2014
Harald R: it was what I was looking for at a good price. And I liked the review that was posted Jun 26, 2014
Julie H: Great price Jun 25, 2014
Danelle C: good inverter generator for the money Jun 23, 2014
jonathan a: price and reviews seems to be the best choice for a travel trailer on a budget Jun 11, 2014
Robert G: Price Mar 30, 2014
Bryan C: Price Mar 29, 2014
Steven D: Good price Mar 27, 2014
James and Theresa C: I chose this inverter to run a small camper Mar 26, 2014
Linda H: Price Mar 23, 2014
Tony P: After much research this is the best generator for my needs and Farm & Fleet had the best deal in the nation! Mar 20, 2014
James N: Excellent price, and the revw were good. I have never had an issue out of my standard chanpion generator, si I feel the brad is good. Mar 20, 2014
Jason D: Best inverter for the price Feb 9, 2014
Steven K: I saw this unit at an RV show and went home and researched the Champion 3100 generator on the internet. I was impressed with the specs and reviews, so I decided to purchase one. Feb 6, 2014
Dan W: Heard good reviews Feb 1, 2014
Ben B: Price and online reviews Jan 26, 2014
Donald I: best price Jan 4, 2014
Jim B: because it runs quietly! Dec 1, 2013
gary g: After reasearching all generators, this is the best deal Dec 1, 2013
Eddie J: Best price for what I was looking for in a generator. Thanks. Nov 29, 2013
William R: Price and availability Nov 29, 2013
Chris J: Ability to run a 15k BTU A/C unit, price and warranty. Oct 19, 2013
Jeffrey B: Product review from RV website was very positive. Less than half the cost of the Honda inverter with same reliability. Oct 19, 2013
william s: because of specifications listed.noise level most important!
size,weight,but it must be able to operate my RV ac!!!
Oct 13, 2013
Kathy S. asked: Is this generator appropriate for at home use in case of a power outage? Mar 27, 2014
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Richard R: This generator is good for moderate use in case of a power outage. It will be limited naturally to the 2800 continuous watts and 110 volt use only. This will power quiet a few lights, tv and a few small appliances such as Microwave, Refrigerator and coffee pot BUT unless you know the power consumption of these appliances I would recommend only one at a time to stay within the ratings of the unit. The 3 mentioned above will require somewhere between 900 - 2000 watts each.
Also keep in mind unless you are tapping into the 30 amp receptacle the 110 outlets on the generator will more than likely be limited to 20 amp total or 2200 watts so if you use extension cords use caution.

If the generator is connected to your home power service be sure it is done by a professional to prevent feedback into the main power lines possibly injuring or killing a line worker, working to restore power elsewhere.
Mar 28, 2014
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Mark H: An ice storm hit us here in Augusta, Georgia last month and crippled this southern town. We were without power for 5 days. I used this generator to power 1 freezer, 1 refrigerator, a heater, television and DVD player. Of course 4 cell phones and I pads too. We rotated the refrigerator, freezer and heater accordingly. It was nice and quiet too. Bought it for camping and never thought we would use it for an ice storm in Augusta! Blain's has the best price and I wish they had a "Southern" store. Mar 27, 2014
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Richard B: It would be lite duty for a home. If you only need 30 amps to run the refrigerator, furnace, and a couple lights you can get by. I would recommend you determine how many amps/watts you need; make a list of all items you want to use, determine their amps or watt usage, then total your list. Using the total amps or watts purchase a generator that fits your needs.

I bought this generator to use with our camper. It is a perfect size and I have been happy with the performance.
Mar 27, 2014
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Jerry R: It is good if you just want to run a few items like a fridge and a few lights. It is not a whole house generator. I like it because it has perfect voltage coming out of it to power sensitive electronics like a computer. It's also very quiet and easy to move around. Mar 27, 2014
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Jeffrey B: For certain items, like a fridge, TV, lamps, cell phones and a small A/C window unit. It won't power your home's A/C. Apr 10, 2014
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candlken asked: What kind of run time length do you think I would get on this running a 13,500 btu A/C low pro rv unit? and using the dc charger? Jul 11, 2014
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John C.: We have been traveling through Alaska with this generator and have not really used the air much, but It worked well when we tried the air on our travel trailer. I would guess it would go 4 or more hours with a full tank and the air on. We usually use it in the evenings to use the microwave, charge the battery, watch TV, use the computer, and other items that need charging. I would recommend this unit, it works well. Jul 14, 2014
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Jimmy B: I get 6 1/2 hours fuel time when using my hd tv, refrigerator and satellite dish on my fifth wheel. With all this it will also run my 13000 btu ac unit and the fuel time drops to 4 hours. Not bad for a small 1.6 gal. tank Jul 14, 2014
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william s: I only used it last week for the first time,@ a music festival. It seems like it would be about 3 hr,s per tank. Jul 15, 2014
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John R: I can run one of my air conditioners and the converter for about five hours. (13500 btu). Jul 15, 2014
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Lateef s asked: do u 220v outlet? Apr 10, 2014
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Jeffrey M: No only 120V but it does have a twist lock RV style outlet. Apr 15, 2014
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Keith S: No, there is no 220v outlet on this unit. Apr 10, 2014
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Chester L: No, 120 volt only. Apr 10, 2014
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Ken E: Does not do 220 Apr 10, 2014
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