Question about Generac 5606 XP Series XP8000E 12,000 Watt 410cc OHV Portable Gas Powered G
Is the 123 Volts an RMS value (peak value) or an average value that you were measuring off of the generator with the meter? The voltage and frequency don't really depend on each other as you can run any voltage at any frequency. What is important is that you are running the generator at the correct voltage (the frequency won't make much difference in the operation of the electronics as long as it isn't a huge change such as running at 10000 Hz or something). You should be reading a peak value of 120*sqrt(2) = 170 volts from the meter. So if you get it running at 170 volts (peak value) or 120 volts (average value), then there should be enough voltage to run the electronics.
Let me know how this works out for you.
Posted on Jan 31, 2010
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