Let’s go through the following checkpoints one needs to know before purchasing a generator:

  • Voltage Regulation – maintained within ±3%
  • Windings – 100% copper windings for maximum conductivity.
  • Alternator – revolving field design reduces the size and weight of the generator.
  • Brushless Excitation – eliminates brushes and slip rings for reduced maintenance costs and service time.
  • Lifting Bale – standard and incorporates and folds down when not in use.
  • Fuel Tanks – built-in fuel gauge and rugged steel construction to resist abuse
  • Idle Control – reduces the engine RPM when not under load for improved fuel economy and prolongs the life of your generator.
  • Full Power Switch – allows you to select either full rated 120 volt power or shared power from 120 and 240 volt receptacles.
  • Voltmeter – indicates the correct voltage output and provides a measure of insurance against damaging your power tools.
  • Instrument Panel – designed with rugged steel construction for long life.
  • Circuit Breakers and GFI’s – protect the tool and the operator.
  • Lifting Bale – standard and incorporates and folds down when not in use

There are many quality portable generators on the market today produced by well known manufacturers. Adpower generators offers advanced specifications, a full set of standard features and a broad range of functions at an attractive price.

The chart below provides you with a quick, easy way to estimate the right generator for your home.

1000 to 1600sft

1600 to 3000sft

3000 to 6000sqft

Air Conditioner
(or multiple units)

2-3 ton

3-4 ton

4-5 ton









Basic Coverage

8.5 – 10 kW

10 – 14 kW

14 – 20 kW

Whole House Solution

14 – 20 kW

20 – 45 kW

30 – 125 kW

The best way to ascertain your specific power needs is to consult your local generator dealer. They will analyze the actual electrical load of your home and provide you with the perfect generator to fit your family