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Message posted by Ratty on 31/5/2018 at 3:49pm
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Clarke IG2000B Suitcase Petrol Generator



TWhe IG2000B from Clarke is a portable and powerful 1800W generator that features inverter technology to provide stable power for laptops & televisions etc whilst on camp sites, caravanning or just away from home.

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Nice piece of kit, sadly at 91dBA the noise level is too high.

I find the Wolf Leisure Power Genie WPG1200 1200 Watt at 58dBA somewhat quieter. (Cannot claim it has a perfect sinewave, but the quote states "Inverter voltage stability is often more stable than the normal mains supply which makes them ideal for operating sensitive electronics such as computers, TV's, DVD's, PA systems etc."

Some sites we've been on have a limited period for running generators.

Just saying.

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Thanks James, the manufacturers have clarified this and confirmed the stated noise level was an error. The correct figure is 69dBA at 7m (1/4 load)

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Thank you for the update, hopefully they'll correct their advert. 91 dBA will put a lot of people off, they'll no doubt be happier with a 69    


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Yes, they've already updated their website!

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I would love one but as iam on disability donít think I would ever be able
To afford one nice but of kit

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Interesting that they quote a distance of 7m. If they quoted a distance of 14m they could claim a sound level of 63dB, which would be like a normal conversation 1 metre away. At 3.5m the sound level would increase to 75dB and at 1.75m it would be 81dB. Any closer and you should be wearing earplugs! Note that they measure this at 25% rated output i.e. less than 500 watts. what happens when you plug the hair straighteners in?

My vote, building site YES... Campsite NO

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