Support for Model: W10000VE-03/A

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Additional Information

Starting Watts

10000

Running Watts

9600

Running Amps

80/40

Voltage Output

120/240 Volt Single Phase

Voltage Regulation

AVR (Automatic Voltage Regulator)

120V Receptacles

(2) NEMA 5-20R 20A (GFCI)

120/240V Recpetacles

(1) NEMA 14-50R 50A (GFCI)

240V Receptacles

(1) NEMA L6-30R 30A (GFCI)

Engine Brand

Briggs

Fuel

Gasoline

Emissions

CARB/California, EPA Prime

Dimensions

34.3" x 24.6" x 23.4"

Weight

298 lbs.

Unit Warranty

3 Years Commercial

Assembled In

USA

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  1. Question

    David Brevelle

    Why is this version now using the the Mecc Alte ES series instead of the brushless S series alternator on the older (WC10000VE). And why only switch to a brushed alternator on this model when the rest of your line is using brushless?

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    • Dan Call

      Dan Call

      Thanks for your question David. The old WC10000VE/E had no load voltage of about 247 VAC. At full load the voltage would be close to 220 VAC. Some of our customers wanted less voltage variation so we implemented 2 models using the ES versions. These generators are brush design because they have an AVR which allows the voltage to remain much more consistent than the capacitor controlled brushless designs.

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