Whether you travel in your RV to spend more quality time with family and friends or to escape from it all, you will need a reliable source of power for your travels.
RV generators are specifically made for powering RV appliances and the accessories you use in an RV.
RV generators are more expensive than portable generators. While this can be an expensive investment, having constant power, day or night, is worth the cost to most.
When it comes to RV Generators, there are a few options to choose from:
Select a Fuel
You'll also need to know what fuel type you want, gas or propane. We offer most of the models in both fuel types.
Propane is an environmentally-friendly fuel choice with cleaner emissions, but the run time is limited to the size of your propane tank. Propane can also reduce the power output of the generator around 10%. Propane RV generators are known for being quieter than gas.
The other option is gas or diesel. Depending on the type of RV you own, you may have a separate fuel tank for the generator, or your generator may share the fuel supply with the vehicle.
If you are replacing an existing RV generator you will need to know what fuel type you currently have.
Select a Size
How much power you'll need will determine what size of RV generator to choose. Start by looking around your RV for appliances that run on 120 volts. The RV air conditioner is usually the largest power requirement.
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