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Old 05-09-2024, 06:45 PM   #1
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Does anyone own a Westinghouse iGen2550DFc Dual Fuel Inverter Generator?

If so can you tell me about it. Will it run the Coleman Mach A/C with a single generator or do you need a campion unit. Honda is nice but almost 3X$ when you add the propane conversion kit. At my age if I get three seasons out of this I will be happy.
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If so can you tell me about it. Will it run the Coleman Mach A/C with a single generator or do you need a campion unit. Honda is nice but almost 3X$ when you add the propane conversion kit. At my age if I get three seasons out of this I will be happy.

I do not have the iGen2550DFc. I do have a Westinghouse iGen2500 gas generator. The highest elevations I've operated it at were in Santa Fe, NM where it operated our 11K Dometic (no soft-start) with no issues. Now you lose some power with propane so I'm not sure how that will affect you. Is your Coleman a 13K BTU?

You may have to look at some other RV forums and find out who has used that specific gen and at what elevations and which AC (specifically how many BTU's and does it have soft-start).
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Old 05-10-2024, 02:46 PM   #3
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I do not have the iGen2550DFc. I do have a Westinghouse iGen2500 gas generator. The highest elevations I've operated it at were in Santa Fe, NM where it operated our 11K Dometic (no soft-start) with no issues. Now you lose some power with propane so I'm not sure how that will affect you. Is your Coleman a 13K BTU?

You may have to look at some other RV forums and find out who has used that specific gen and at what elevations and which AC (specifically how many BTU's and does it have soft-start).
Thanks! Our Coleman Mach A/C is a soft-start and is rated as 13,500 BTU/h
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