Honda EB3000 Specifications

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Honda EB3000 Specifications
The Honda EB3000 is an industrial generator. (element electric power black image by Leonid Nyshko from

The Honda EB3000 an industrial generator manufactured by the Japan-based Honda Motor Co. The Honda EB3000 is a lightweight (30.8 Kilogram), 3,000-watt industrial generator that operates quietly, at just 68 decibels. The generator features a strong commercial OHV (overhead valve) engine.

CycloConverter Technology

The Honda EB3000 offers CycloConverter technology, which is available exclusively through Honda generators. CycloConverter generators utilise central processing units to condition the raw power that is generated. The CPUs eliminate the need for certain components of a traditional generator, resulting in smaller and lighter products.

Starting System

The Honda EB3000 uses a recoil starting system, also known as manual start. Recoil start involves the use of a rope circling around the crankshaft. Pulling the grip of the rope unwinds the rope from the crankshaft's end, causing it to spin and the engine to crank.

Oil Alert

The Honda EB3000 is protected by Honda's special "oil alert" system. Oil alert aims to stop seizures of the engine resulting from insufficient oil levels. The system is composed of a single oil crank sensor within the crankcase. If the oil level gets too low to operate properly and safely, the engine either abruptly stops or offers a warning.

Spark Arrestor

The Honda EB3000 includes a muffler and spark arrester in order to prevent combustible substances (such as debris and small sparks) from travelling into areas where they could start fires.

Fuel Tank

The capacity of the Honda EB3000's fuel tank is approximately 2.7 gallons. The industrial generator can function for 9.3 hours while generating half of a full load.

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