We all know that generators can only handle a limited number of devices, gadgets, and appliances. With 2,000 watts, you’re curious if it can go all out on providing power. Now, check this out – what can you run on a 2,000-watt generator?
That type of generator is already enough for most households. You might even be surprised about the heavy-duty essentials it can power at the same time. Take a look at this awesome list of combinations:
- 500-watt deep freezer + electric stove (one heating element)
- 650-watt microwave + 500-watt deep freezer + some lights
- 1,200-watt sump pump (800 watts while running) + 1,000-watt well pump
- 2,200-watt air conditioner (1,500 watts while running) + laptop/phone charging + some lights
- 1,200-watt refrigerator (200 watts while running) + 1/3 HP sump pump + computer + phone charging
- 1,200-watt refrigerator (200 watts while running) + 1,300-watt radiant heater
- 1,300-watt radiant heater + some fans + some lights
Are you also curious about the machines that can instantly drain the generator if combined with other devices? Here they are:
- Electric range with eight-inch elements
- Electric grill
- Water heater
What can you run on a 2,000-watt generator?
As long as you know the surge and running wattage of each item, a 2,000-watt generator can power a deep freezer, stove, microwave, AC, refrigerator, computer, radiant heater, mobile charger, pumps, fans, and/or lights.