Westinghouse WHPC Portable Inverter Parellel Power Cord
Combines any (2) of WH2200iXLT, WH2400i, iGen1200, iGen2200, iGen2200CAMO, iGen2500, Gen2500CAMO for more power. You may also mix any of the models. Use when more power is needed or required: Air Conditioner Pumps Microwaves Water Heater Electronics Tools and much more! Now also with the TT-30R RV outlet and 120v 20amp outlet. No Bulky junction boxes, hardware or complicated ground terminal wiring needed with this easy to use, compact system.
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Power go down? You NEED this generator.Product Review Rating: 5/5
Posted by David Gubser on Jul 04, 2019
Fill with fluids, pull choke, push on/off to on, turn gas vent to on. ENJOY! Great little generator, easy to use, easy to start, ran the fridge, large TV, 2 computers and lighting with ease. I can't believe how quiet it is and best of all, ran 8 1/2 hrs. on 1 gal of gas. I was so impressed I bought a second one and a tandem cord so i could run one or both depending on how much power I wanted.
Pros: Super quiet; has Econ mode that just sucks enough gas to run what's plugged in.
Camping NecessityProduct Review Rating: 5/5
Posted by Unknown on Jun 06, 2018
One 2200iXLT will power a 13,500 ac and the converter. Two in parallel will power a 13,500 ac, a 15,000 ac, the converter and some voltage to the 110/120 outlets. Comparably as quiet as similar size units. Very easy to start and operate. Highly recommended.
GREAT PRODUCT FOR THE MONEYProduct Review Rating: 5/5
Posted by KEN REED on Apr 05, 2018
WORKS GREAT, EASY TO HOOK UP
Simple ParallelProduct Review Rating: 5/5
Posted by Unknown on Jul 10, 2017
Hooking up in parallel could not be easier. With (2) iGen2000s I can power my travel trailer AC, Refer and misc other items. Easy instructions. Works great.
Easy To UseProduct Review Rating: 5/5
Posted by DW Johnson on Jun 13, 2016
Follow Instructions and you have 4200 watts to distribute or use the RV outlet to send 30 amps (120 volt) to a RV Connector. I would have preferred a 3-prong twist connection, but you can purchase an adapter that allows for that. Since I don't use this for a RV, I put on an adapter that gives me a 15/20 amp "normal" three prong outlet giving me three outlets (with the two "normal" outlets on the Parallel Power Cord) to distribute the 4200 available watts.