- 12,000 peak watts/ 9,500 rated watts (gasoline)
- 10,800 peak watts/ 8,550 rated watts (propane)
- Dual Fuel Capability allows you to choose between Gasoline & LPG fuel sources
- 457cc, single-cylinder, 4-stroke, air-cooled, OHV engine with electric start
- Powder-coated frame
- An 8-gallon fuel tank provides up to 12 hours of continuous operation at half load when running on gasoline
- 4x 120V 20A AC outlets
- 1x 120V/240V 30A twist-lock outlet
- 1x 120V/240V 50A outlet
- 1x 12V DC output
- Drop-down handles and 10″ Never-Flat wheels
- Low oil shut-off, 3-in-1 digital meter, and automatic voltage regulation
Review Pulsar 12000W Dual Fuel Portable Generator I maintain the Duromax 10KW (XP10000EH), and I keep being pleased with it. This Pulsar appears like an identical concept, but there was a little more thought put into the design. Things like heat shielded wires, quick connect for the LP (as opposed to a stupid ‘whip’ that keeps falling over when moved), more 120v outlets, etc.
Matching specs such as the 457 CC engine make me think they could be based on the same essential components. Also, both have the exact idiotic handle placement and length. When pulling the generator, the back of your feet will keep hitting the bottom rail because you are too close to the body and the generator is far too awkward/heavy to push around like a wheelbarrow. It makes moving more than a few yards tiring as you either need to take very shallow steps or go very slowly while you have minimal leverage due to the short handles.
Before someone says, “but but but it will kill your sensitive electronics,” no one has ever documented a case of that happening. Most unless comment of every generator thread.