Testimonials

Long Lasting!

Without my old ECHO Bear Cat I wouldn't be anywhere near as far along in our weed-whacking (we live in a high fire danger zone). Both the wheels on my new DR have failed and the mow ball (plastic) didn't last more than 20 hours before being worn out. Your new thick steel mow ball is the only thing that makes sense if you have land with a lot of rocks - it will outlast me probably. The 3-speed trans have never skipped a beat while my DR only has one speed. The ECHO Bear Cat wheels are still working fine. The ECHO Bear Cat wheels  are larger which makes it easier to go over bumps, ect. As of now, it looks like buying the DR was a mistake.

Jim H.
Grass Valley, CA


 

Products

GN5200 5200 Watt Generator

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MSRP $1,899


The new GN5200 generator from ECHO Bear Cat provides the power you need — from storm driven power outages to powering up the hunting shack. The diverse power source is specifically engineered for easy portability with built in handles and wheels.  

  • 5200 Max AC Output
  • 4200 Max AC Continuous Output
  • 270cc, Honda GX Engine
  • Easy Honda Recoil Start
  • Low Oil Shutdown
  • Receptacles: 2 x 120V 20A GFCI, 1x 120V Twistlock (30A) & 1 x 240V Twistlock (30A)
  • 154 lbs. Dry Weight
  • 50 State Compliant
  • 74db @ 23ft.
  • 9.5hrs. @ 50% load

Dimensions
Weight (lbs.)
154
Engine
Start Type
Recoil
Displacement
270cc
Fuel Type
Gas
Make
Honda GX
Fuel Capacity
6.6 gal.
Make
Honda
Generators
Running Watt Output
4200
Max. Watt Output
5200
Low Oil Shutdown? (Yes/No)
Yes
Parallel Capable? (Yes/No)
No

Can I vent the exhaust out of an enclosed area?
No. Never run the generator in the home or an enclosed area. Portable generators are designed to run outside where there is plenty of ventilation.
Can the generator be used during inclement weather?
Generators can be used during a wide variety of weather temperatures, but should be protected from the elements when not in use to prevent shorting and rusting. NEVER run a generator indoors.
Can the inverters or generators be linked parallel?
Yes. The 2000 and 3500 watt inverters can be linked parallel via the provided ECHO Bear Cat connection cable. Parallel capability is an additional benefit of inverter technology. Using the special cable or kit, you can link two IG2000 inverters, or two IG3500 inverters together to get as much as double the output. This gives you extra power when you need it, without having to trade up for a larger, heavier generator. You get more power without sacrificing portability.
Does the portable generator need to be grounded?
No as it is neutrally bonded to the frame (floating neutral). For additional safety, the generator can also be grounded. We strongly recommend that you check and adhere to all applicable federal, state and local regulations relating to grounding.
Should the fuel be drained when storing the portable generator for more than 30 days?
Yes. It is highly recommended that you drain the fuel from the tank and run the carburetor dry. ECHO Bear Cat engines meet EPA regulations which are less tolerant of stale fuel. The use of a fuel stabilizer is highly recommended.
What is the difference between an Inverter and a Generator?
A generator creates electrical power, while an inverter changes one type of electrical current to another. There are two different types of electrical current, alternating (AC) and direct (DC). Inverters are used when devices that use AC power need to be used in a car or other place where only DC power is available. The two machines have distinctly different functions, although there are inverter generators which do both for greater energy efficiency.
What is the difference between rated watts and maximum (surge) watts?
Rated watts describe the amount of power the portable generator can produce continuously. Maximum wattage is the power that the generator can produce for short periods of time. Motor starting is a good example of maximum wattage requirements.