Champion Power Equipment
Champion Parallel Kit for 1000-3500 Watt Models
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Champion Parallel Kit for 1000-3500 Watt Models

Champion Parallel Kit for 1000-3500 Watt Models

This newly designed kit is intended for the use with Champion inverters ONLY, ideally this kit should be used with at least one inverter being 2800W or larger (2800+), and(or) any other Champion inverter that uses the square paralink sockets.

The total output of this kit will depend on the size of the inverters connected to it. The maximum output of the parallel kit is the total amperage of 58A across two sockets or the rated amperage of each socket up to 32A.

This one model is designed for dual markets either UK or EU, it allows any Champion inverter models with wattages 1000-3500 to be connected up in parallel to create an increase in continuous power of up to 95% of the combined running watts.

The control box construction is IP54 protected with 2 x 230V 32 amp 3 pin industrial water proof sockets & connection leads to allow easy tool free connection of any Champion inverter using the paralink socket. With a dual clip design it will allow the control box to clamp on to handles to securely whilst the generators are running.

WARNING

When paralleling always configure generators in a 'V' formation with both exhaust mufflers pointing the same direction away from the control box, leads and each other.

Supplied in box:

  • 1 x 27amp control box
  • 1 x manual
  • 2 x adapter

This kit can be used with these models:

  • 73001i
  • 73001i-P
  • 73001i-DF
  • 92001i
  • 92001i-DF
  • 1 x 73001i plus any other Champion inverter with Paralink feature
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75500i-WL Parallel Kit Manual Download
Champion UK Parallel Kits Brochure Download
Champion Parallel Kits Brochure German Download

Starting vs Max vs Running Watts

Most motor-driven products that you will connect to your generator need extra watts when they start, this is known as starting watts.

The Starting Watts listed on your generator is the wattage the generator can output for an average of 6 seconds (Inverter) or 10 minutes (Open Frame Type).

Once this period is over, and if the wattage has not reduced the Overload Protection will activate and the generator will trip using the following methods circuit breaker (frame type) and flashing overload light (Inverter), if this happens the power (wattage) needs to reduced or disconnected immediately and the generator needs to be reset by stopping the generator and turning everything to the ‘OFF’ position and leaving for minimum 2 minutes (Inverter Only).

The Maximum Watts listed on your generator is the MAX watts output the generator can run at – however it is not recommended to run your generator at the  maximum watts for periods more than average 5 minutes (Inverter) and 60 minutes (Open Frame Type). Once this period is over, and if the wattage has not reduced the Overload Protection will activate and the generator will trip using the following methods circuit breaker (frame type) and flashing overload light (Inverter), if this happens the power (wattage) needs to reduced or disconnected immediately and the generator needs to be reset by stopping the generator and turning everything to the ‘OFF’ position and leaving for minimum 2 minutes. While working in the max zone on an Inverter you will have solid red overload light this is normal.