CUMMINS P4300ie Owner`s manual

CUMMINS P4300ie Owner`s manual
Cummins Onan
Cummins Onan
RV Generator Handbook
Performance you rely on.™
Performance you rely on.™
Cummins Power Generation
1400 73rd Ave. NE
Minneapolis, MN 55432
USA
Phone 1 763 574 5000
Toll-free 1 800 888 6626
Fax 1 763 574 5298
Email www.cumminsonan.com/contact
www.cumminsonan.com
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trademarks of Cummins Inc.
©2007 Cummins Power Generation.
All Rights Reserved.
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Table of Contents
I.
Important Safety Precautions
1
II.
Quickstart Guide For New RV Generator Owners
3
III.
Determining Which Cummins Onan
Generator Model You Own
5
IV.
RV Generator Operation
• Load Management Basics
7
• Determining your Generator’s Power Capability
7
• Common Power Requirements Chart
8
• Operating Motor Driven Appliances
9
• Air Conditioner “Short-Cycling”
9
• Effects Of High Altitude And Extreme Temperatures
Introduction
10
• Breaking In Your New Generator
10
• Exercising Your Generator
10
• Managing Electrical Loads
11
• Battery Charger Loads
11
• Understanding Battery Charging Times
12
• Preventing Surging
13
• Noise Level Comparison Chart
14
II: Quickstart Guide For New RV
Generator Owners
V.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
VI.
Generator Care and Maintenance
Thank you for your interest in Cummins Onan RV generators - providing the
quiet, reliable auxiliary power you need to make your life on the road all it can
be. Cummins Onan generators are engineered for years of trouble-free service
and our nation-wide service network is the largest in the industry. That’s why
Cummins Onan is the number one, best-selling line of installed generators in
RV industry history.
Cummins Onan generators come in a wide variety of sizes and fuel
types. From small gasoline, LP-liquid or vapor models to large diesel-powered
models for bus-type Class A RVs, there’s a model for whatever type of RVing
you’re interested in. And for 2008, we’re introducing two new diesel-powered
generators, the QD3200 for small type Cs and the unique new Hybrid Quiet
Diesel power system, for larger, diesel-powered type A RVs.
This RV Generator Handbook contains basic information that will allow
you to use and maintain your new generator. Included here are helpful tips
for operation along with maintenance, parts and service information. This
handbook is a general supplement to the more specific information contained in
the Owner’s Manual that comes with every new Cummins Onan generator.
Our promise to you is to continue to provide the best performing RV
generators and the largest, best-trained service organization in the business. By
following the tips contained here and having your Cummins Onan Authorized
Parts and Service Distributor or Dealer provide service at recommended interval,
your generator will provide reliable, easy-to-own performance for years to come.
15-20
• General Generator Maintenance
21
• RV Generator Manuals Chart
22
• Maintenance Intervals Chart
23
• Do’s And Don’ts For Better Generator Performance
25
• Keep Your Generator Clean and Inspect It Regularly for Damage
25
• Fuel Recommendations
26
• Oil Recommendations
26
• Coolant Recommendations
27
• Prevent Fuel Varnishing
28
• Troubleshooting Guide
• Service Diagrams
VII.
9
• Starting and Stopping Procedures
29
30-36
Generator Maintenance: Parts and Chemicals
• Insist On The Quality Of Green Label Parts™
37
• Use Cummins Onan® Oil And Service/Maintenance
Chemicals To Insure Performance
39
• Green Label Parts Chart
40
VIII.
Warranty and Service
45-50
IX.
Current RV Generator/Accessory Model Information
51-69
• Disable auto-start systems while refueling, servicing, storing or long-term
parking.
• Perform all service and maintenance work with the generator engine off
and the positive battery cable disconnected. Moving parts can cause
severe personal injury or death, and live wires could cause fatal electrocution.
• Backfeed to utility systems can create serious risks to life or property. Do not
connect the generator to a building electrical system except through an
approved device and after the building’s main breaker is opened.
• Autostart Caution: Be sure to deactivate your autostart system before
storing your RV, conducting electrical maintenance, or handing over your
RV to a service center. To be sure your generator won’t start while conducting
maintenance, follow the Operators Manual and disconnect the remote
electrical harness prior to any service.
Statement Regarding Exhaust Extensions
I: Important Safety Precautions
Cummins Power Generation, manufacturer of Cummins Onan generator products,
does not endorse the use of RV generator exhaust pipe extensions. Like all fuel
burning devices, engine-driven generators emit carbon monoxide (CO) which, if not
safely handled, can produce serious injury or death. Cummins Onan generators, in
conjunction with RV OEM installed tailpipes, are designed to meet RVIA standards
for safely handling exhaust gasses while minimizing noise and maximizing generator
performance. Improper modifications to the exhaust components can result in
unreasonable hazards to the vehicle occupants.
Cummins Power Generation has been unable to this date to identify any
commercially available exhaust extension kit which meets reasonable standards for
safely handling exhaust gases.
Cummins Power Generation’s concerns revolve around 6 areas:
Please read your generator Operator’s Manual carefully so you understand all the
precautions for safe, efficient operation. Most accidents occur from failing to follow
fundamental safety rules. In general:
1
1. Weight: Unless entirely self supporting, extensions add weight to the end of the
generator tail pipe which can stress and crack or break the exhaust system parts
that are not designed to carry the additional weight. This could result in exhaust
gases escaping directly under the coach, and therefore could be extremely
dangerous to vehicle occupants.
• Exhaust gas is deadly. Check all exhaust system connections regularly for
leaks and tighten them as necessary. Do NOT operate the generator with a
faulty exhaust system.
2. Fit: To be effective conveyors of exhaust, connections & joints must be gastight. Such connections are not guaranteed unless the exhaust extension kit is
properly assembled each time it is used.
• If your RV bottoms out on a driveway or road object, inspect the generator
exhaust system for damage. The tail pipe must extend past the edge of the
vehicle.
3. Exhaust Direction: Because exhaust extensions vent at the roof line, there is a
major concern that exhaust will be sucked in by rooftop air conditioners, vents
and windows.
• Always operate the generator in an area where the wind will carry away the
exhaust fumes.
4. Heat: Many extension designs involve exposed metal that can be a burn hazard
to anyone passing by who might contact the exposed extension pipe.
• Never sleep with the generator running unless the RV is equipped with an
operating carbon monoxide detector.
5. Backpressure: Adding an extension may increase backpressure on the engine,
and thereby reduce engine performance or cause the engine to fail meeting
government-regulated exhaust standards.
• Don’t store anything, especially gas, oil, rags or other flammable materials, in
the generator compartment.
6. Warranty: The use of an exhaust extension kit may void the Cummins Onan
warranty.
• Keep the exhaust and air intake free from obstructions such as clothing, furniture or other material, like road debris.
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Cummins Onan Web Sites
CumminsOnan.com is the official online home for all Cummins Onan products.
Visit CumminsOnan.com to learn more about our full line of RV generators
for motorhomes and trailers as well as portable generators for the home or
campground. You can also view operator manuals online or find the dealer nearest
you with our sales and service locator.
Check it out today at www.cumminsonan.com.
Green Label Parts are available at most Cummins Onan dealer or distributor
locations. If parts are not available locally or if it is more convenient, you can shop
online at the factory store.
Maintenance parts and manuals are available for most RV Generator models and
include the following:
• Oil Filters
• Oil Filter Wrench
• Air Filters
II: Quickstart Guide For New RV
Generator Owners
• Fuel Filters
• Spark Plugs
• Plug Wires
• Glow Plugs
• Tune-Up Kits
Manuals - Operator, Parts, Installation and Service
To order your parts and manuals online visit
www.cumminsonanstore.com.
There are some basic things that a new owner needs to know about his or her new
Cummins Onan RV generator. First of all, become familiar with the basic safety
rules, covered on the previous pages. Next, an understanding of the following key
topics will help you get the most trouble-free, cost-effective auxiliary power while
you’re experiencing all that the RV lifestyle has to offer.
Starting and Stopping Procedures – it’s very important to understand
the correct way to turn your generator on and off. See page 10 for an in-depth
explanation of this basic generator function.
Breaking In Your New Generator – following the recommended procedure
for the initial running period can be beneficial for added service life. See page 10 to
learn more about how to manage this important aspect of your new generator.
Funroads.com is the RVer’s source for recreational vehicle travel ideas, buying RV
parts, accessories and supplies, motorhome service, and RV classifieds, loans and
insurance. Funroads.com is also home of the Coach Care RV Service Centers the
only nationwide bumper-to-bumper service network exclusively for motor homes.
For chassis work, maintenance, appliance repairs and everything in between,
Coach Care provides professional service in a friendly, no-hassle atmosphere. Visit
Funroads.com to learn more about Coach Care and to find the location nearest
you.
Visit the RV rally that never ends, www.funroads.com.
Exercising Your Generator – it’s also very important to run your generator
regularly, to keep everything in good working order and in the case of gasoline sets,
to avoid fuel varnishing, which can affect performance, if the generator is stored for
an extended time. See page 10, for more information about this important topic.
Managing Loads and Understanding Battery Charging – see pages 1112 for an explanation of why these are important as well.
3
4
III: Determining Which Cummins
Onan Generator Model You Own
For the 2008 model year, Cummins Onan RV generator models will be receiving
new model names, to more closely align them with the Cummins model descriptor
standard. Two new model identifiers – Quiet Gas(QG) and Quiet Diesel(QD) will
be introduced. Each of these will identify which type of fuel the generator runs on
and will be followed by the unit’s kilowatt rating. For example, the MicroQuiet 4000
gasoline model will now be called the QG4000, the Quiet Diesel 8000 will now be
called the QD8000 and so on. Following is a chart of the old and new identifiers for
Cummins Onan RV generators:
Prior Brand
Family
Prior Brand
Name
New Brand
Family
New Brand
Name
MicroLite/MicroQuiet Generators
MicroQuiet 4000EVAP
Quiet Gasoline Series
RV QG 4000 EVAP
Camp Power Generators
Camp Power 2500 LP
Quiet Gasoline Series
RV QG 2500 LP
Remote Muffler
Camp Power Generators
Camp Power 2800
Quiet Gasoline Series
RV QG 2800
Remote Muffler
Camp Power Generators
Camp Power 3600 LP
Quiet Gasoline Series
RV QG 3600 LP
Remote Muffler
Camp Power Generators
Camp Power 4000
Quiet Gasoline Series
RV QG 4000
Remote Muffler
Juice Box (Gear Box)
Juice Box 3600 LP
Juice Box Series
Juice Box 3600 LP
Juice Box (Gear Box)
Juice Box 4000 LP
Juice Box Series
Juice Box 4000
Nameplate/Description
Each Cummins Onan generator also has a spec number description, which is
shown on the serial number tag attached to the generator. Here is a representation
of the tag on a QG4000.
Prior Brand
Family
Prior Brand
Name
New Brand
Family
New Brand
Name
Quiet Diesel Generators
Quiet Diesel 5500
Quiet Diesel Series
RV QD 5000
Quiet Diesel Generators
Quiet Diesel 6000
Quiet Diesel Series
RV QD 6000
Quiet Diesel Generators
Quiet Diesel 7500
Quiet Diesel Series
RV QD 7500
Quiet Diesel Generators
Quiet Diesel 8000
Quiet Diesel Series
RV QD 8000
Quiet Diesel Generators
Quiet Diesel 10000
Quiet Diesel Series
RV QD 10000
Quiet Diesel Generators
Quiet Diesel 12500
Quiet Diesel Series
RV QD 12500
Marquis Gold Generators
Marquis Gold 5500
Quiet Gasoline Series
RV QG 5500
Marquis Gold Generators
Marquis Gold 5500
Quiet Gasoline Series
RV QG 5500 EVAP
Marquis Gold Generators
Marquis Gold 5500LP
Quiet Gasoline Series
RV QG 5500 LP
Marquis Gold Generators
Marquis Gold 6500LP
Quiet Gasoline Series
RV QG 6500 LP
Marquis Gold Generators
Marquis Gold 7000
Quiet Gasoline Series
RV QG 7000
Marquis Gold Generators
Marquis Gold 7000EVAP
Quiet Gasoline Series
RV QG 7000 EVAP
Marquis Platinum Generators
Marquis Platinum 5500
Quiet Gasoline Series
RV QG 5500 EFI
Marquis Platinum Generators
Marquis Platinum 7000
Quiet Gasoline Series
RV QG 7000 EFI
Model/Serial Number Record
MicroLite/MicroQuiet Generators
MicroLite 2500 LP
Quiet Gasoline Series
RV QG 2500 LP
MicroLite/MicroQuiet Generators
MicroLite 2800
Quiet Gasoline Series
RV QG 2800 EVAP
MicroLite/MicroQuiet Generators
MicroQuiet 4000
Quiet Gasoline Series
RV QG 4000
When contacting a Cummins Onan Authorized RV Service and Parts Dealer
for service, maintenance or parts questions, always refer to the complete model,
spec and serial number of your Cummins Onan RV generator. These numbers are
printed on your Cummins Onan generator unit nameplate. Write them in below for
easy reference.
CUMMINS POWER GENERATION
1400 73rd Ave. NE
Minneapolis, MN 55432
Made in U.S.A.
Model No: 4KYFA26100K
S/N: D020356577
AC Volts: 120V
Amps:33.3
Fuel:GASO
WVA:4
Pf:1
Hz:60HZ
Spec: K
PH:1
kW:4
RPM: 3600
Bat :12V
Note the highlighted letter code, in this case K, which denoted the specification
type of the particular generator, which can then be referred to as a spec K. This
information is helpful in determining which parts to use if service is needed at some
point in the future. Note your new Cummins Onan model identifier and spec code in
the boxes below. Then if you need to obtain service parts in the future, you’ll have
an easily accessible record to speed the process.
Model No:
Serial No:
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6
Common Power Requirements
IV: RV Generator Operation
Load Management Basics
To understand how battery chargers, automatic generator start systems and other
baseloads affect your generator, you need to be aware of three things:
1) Your generator’s power capability
2) How to manage electrical loads
3) Battery charging times
Determining Your Generator’s
Power Capability
Appliances
Average Required Wattage
Amps
Air Compressor (1hp)
1500-2000
9-20
Air Conditioner
1400-2400
9-20
Battery Charger
Up to 3000
6-28
Blender
600
5.5
Broiler
1350
12
Broom/Vacuum
200-500
1.5-4
Coffeepot
550-1000
4-8
Compact Disc Player & Speakers
50-100
0.5-0.9
Computer
50-100
0.5-0.9
Converter
500-1000
4-8
Curling Iron
20-50
0.2-0.5
Dishwasher
1400
12
Drill
250-750
2-6
Electric Blanket
50-200
0.5-1.5
Fan
25-100
0.2-0.9
Frying Pan/Wok
1000-1350
8-11
Hair Dryer
350-1500
3-13
Iron
500-1200
4-10
Lightbulbs
40-100 ea.
0.36-0.9
Microwave/Convection Oven
700-1500
6-13
Radio
50-200
0.5-1.5
Refrigerator
400-1000
3-8
Space Heater
1000-1500
8-13
Stove (per element)
350-1000
3-8
Television
200-600
1.5-4
Toaster
750-1200
6.5-10
VCR
150-200
1.15
Washer/Dryer
2000-2250
16
Water Heater
1000-1500
8-13
Water Pump
500-600
4-5
To determine what your generator can power, use the chart on the opposite page
to estimate the total combined watts of all the appliances, lamps, battery chargers,
air conditioners and other electrical products you typically use at the same time. (All
electrical appliances and lights are labeled with their power requirements expressed
in watts or amps). You can use any number of appliances simultaneously, as long
as their combined wattage doesn’t exceed the electrical output of your Cummins
Onan generator or your RV’s circuit breaker rating.
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8
Operating Motor Driven Appliances
Starting And Stopping Procedures
When using an appliance with a motor, turn it on and let it reach normal running
speed before starting other appliances. Air conditioners, like all electric motors,
can draw up to three times more power during the first few seconds of start up
than during normal operation. While this is common for all electric motors, it is
especially true for air conditioners if the compressor tries to start against built-up
high pressure in its refrigeration system.
Your Cummins Onan generator can be started and stopped from the integral
control panel on the generator, or from the optional remote control panel inside the
vehicle if your RV is so equipped. Your Operator’s Manual outlines the simple steps
for starting and stopping. Remember to:
Air Conditioner “Short-Cycling”
• Before starting the generator, turn off air conditioners and large electrical loads.
• Before starting in cold weather, turn off all appliances for best long-term
performance.
• Prime by holding stop (all Quiet Diesels, Quiet Gas 3600-7000).
When an air conditioner runs, the compressor builds refrigerant pressure. When the
compressor is then shut off, either manually or by satisfying thermostat demand,
it must stay off for some period of time, usually 3-4 minutes, to allow pressure in
the system to equalize before safely restarted. Trying to restart the air conditioner
compressor before pressure equalizes is known as “short-cycling”.
• To start - press and hold start at the control panel or at the set.
- Quiet Diesel: auto pre-heat flash, then crank/start
A “short-cycled” air conditioner could 1) trip the air conditioner circuit breaker;
2) shut down the generator due to overload; or 3) trip the air conditioner due to
thermal overload. The air conditioner thermal overload will reset itself after the
compressor cools. Typically, you cannot manually reset.
• Turn off air conditioners and large electrical loads and allow the generator to run
for 3-5 minutes before stopping, to allow the generator to cool down.
Some, but not all, RV air conditioner thermostats have built-in time delays to
prevent short-cycling. Short-cycling occurs in some RVs when the thermostat is
mounted so that cold air blows directly on it. If this happens, the thermostat shuts
the compressor off before the cabin has cooled, but quickly warms back up and
signals the compressor to restart before refrigerant pressure equalizes. In this case,
direct the flow of air from the air conditioner away from the thermostat or relocate
the thermostat. You can prevent air conditioner short-cycling by always ensuring the
air conditioner rests for 3-4 minutes after the compressor shuts off before trying to
restart it.
Effects Of High Altitude And Extreme
Temperatures
If you travel at high altitudes or in extreme temperatures, your generator can lose
power. In such lower-density air conditions, you can’t operate as many electrical
devices as you could under normal operating conditions.
Power decreases 3.5% for each 1,000 feet above an altitude of 500 feet. For
example, to operate at 4,500 feet (4,000 feet above rated generator altitude)
multiply 3.5% x 4 (4,000 ft) = 14% power loss. Then multiply .14 x your
generator’s power rating: 4,000 watts x .14 = a loss of 560 watts at that altitude.
Power decreases in extreme temperatures by 1% for each 10° F (5.5° C)
above 85° F (29.4°C).
NOTE: The carburetor on a non-EFI gasoline generator may require adjustment at high altitudes.
- Don’t over-crank with no start
• Before turning on appliances, let the generator warm up for a few minutes.
Breaking In Your New Generator
Your generator will perform better if you follow the break-in procedure
recommended in the Operator’s Manual. The break-in process typically involves
running the generator at about 50 percent load for two hours, then at about 75
percent load for two hours, then letting it cool down. You should change the engine
crankcase oil after the first 20 hours of operation, and every 100 to 150 hours
thereafter. (See the Maintenance Chart on page 23-24 for specific intervals.)
Exercising Your Generator
It may seem surprising that “not” using a machine could cause performance
problems, but with RV generators that’s exactly the case. Regular “exercise” is
an important part of keeping your generator healthy. Lack of exercise can cause
moisture build-up and fuel system degradation that make it run poorly. In fact, in
as little as 30 days, the fuel in gasoline-powered generators can begin to gum
and varnish the fuel system. Fuel varnishing results in hard starting and surging. (A
surging generator never settles at a stable operating speed.)
To prevent such problems, it is recommended to run gasoline generators at a
minimum of 50 percent capacity (2000-watts, or one air conditioner for a 4000-watt
set) for two hours once every four weeks. This is necessary to help keep moving
parts lubricated, expel moisture and control fuel varnishing in the carburetor. A long
two-hour exercise period is preferable to several short periods. While traveling, this
can be accomplished by running the air conditioning. If you own a diesel generator,
regular exercising can help reduce internal condensation and helps keep seals
lubricated.
(See your Operator’s Manual or your Cummins Onan Authorized RV Service and Parts Dealer.)
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10
Managing Electrical Loads
Understanding Battery Charging Times
If you try to operate too many things at once, you’ll “overload” the generator. Your
lights will flicker or the circuit breakers on the generator or the main electrical panel
will trip open, stopping the flow of power.
In addition to understanding battery charging loads, it is important to know that
battery charging takes time. The chart below shows how long a 100A charger must
run before reaching 100% battery charge.
Battery chargers replenish power drained from starting the engine and generator
or appliances operating on inverter power such as a microwave, refrigerator,
mechanical slide out or pump.
Example: Dashed box below shows that when using a 100A battery charger, a
600A/hr battery bank at 60% charge level must be charged for 4.2 hours before it
is fully charged.
Battery charging can overload your generator and you may not realize this is
happening because the charging starts automatically.
Conditions that increase battery charge times:
Typical “invisible” charging loads:
• During start-up, air conditioners need “reserve” power and can draw 3-4
times the typical 1400-2400 watts needed to run. Too much baseload can
prevent air conditioners from starting.
• Battery chargers are activated automatically and can draw a large load (up to
3000 watts). Manage your electrical loads by adjusting battery charge rates to
best suit your needs. Consult your inverter/charger manual or manufacturer.
• If you have an automatic generator stop/start system, learn how to control it.
Consult your inverter/charger manual or manufacturer for adjustment procedures. Adjust battery charge rates to best suit your total electrical needs. This
system is not part of a Cummins Onan generator.
NOTE: The generator will continue to run after a circuit breaker trips. Turn off all
appliances before resetting the breaker. If the breaker trips again with all electrical
loads off, you may have a short circuit in your wiring. Turn off the generator and
contact a qualified electrician.
Example: Dashed box below shows that a 2000 watt inverter running at 100A
battery charge capacity creates the same load as an 11000 BTU air conditioner
plus a microwave oven.
Battery Charging Loads
• 120V air conditioning loads powered through the inverter lengthen charge
time due to power sharing. Consult your inverter/charger’s manufacturer
manual for charge rate control.
• Poor batteries, cables, or connections extend battery charging times.
Manage electrical loads to get the most performance from your generator and
electrical system.
If you need help, ask your RV dealer for training on how to operate auto-starting
systems as well as how to adjust battery charger output. If the dealer can’t help,
contact the inverter/charger or control manufacturer.
Battery Charging Times
Battery
Bank size
(Amp
Hours)
Hours that a 100A battery charger must run to reach
float rate starting from this % of battery charge.
80%
60%
40%
20%
0% (11 VDC)
100
0.3
0.7
1
1.3
1.6
200
0.6
1.4
2
2.6
3.2
400
1.2
2.8
4
5.2
6.4
600
1.8
4.2
6
7.8
9.6
Inverter/
Converter
Size (watts)
Battery Charger
Max Output
(14vdc)
Amps Required
From Generator
(at 120VAC)
Watts
1000
50 Amps
12A
1440
Hi-efficiency AC
or microwave
800
2.4
5.6
8
10.4
12.8
1500
75 Amps
16A
1920
Hi-efficiency AC
plus microwave
1000
3.0
7.0
10
13.0
16.0
2000
100 Amps
21A
2520
11000 AC
plus microwave
1200
3.6
8.4
12
15.6
19.2
2500
120 Amps
26A
3120
13500 AC
plus microwave
1500
4.5
10.5
15
19.5
24.0
3000
140 Amps
28A
3360
11000 AC
plus 13500 AC
11
Equivalent
Appliance Load
Example
• If too many DC loads like pumps and fans are operating, the charger may
never catch up to the drain on the batteries. The Battery Charging Times
Chart assumes no other DC loads are operating.
NOTE: Table is for a 100A battery charger (typical 2000 watt inverter) pulling 21A (2520 watts) from
generator, depending on battery bank size.
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Preventing Surging
The electrical supply (voltage and frequency) for any appliance must remain within
very close limits for it to operate properly. Changes in the electrical supply (called
surging) can damage the appliances in your RV. Proper care of your generator will
enable it to supply a stable power source and prevent surging.
RV generator engine speed is controlled with a governing system. Most generators
have a mechanical governor, although the latest Cummins Onan EFI generators
and Quiet Diesel generators use an electronic governor. Without a governor, engine
speed simply drops as appliances are turned on, until the generator finally stops
running. With a governor, the carburetor throttle opens or the EFI system adjusts to
compensate for the increased load and thus maintains a constant speed.
Installed Cummins Onan Generators Are
Exceptionally Quiet.
Noise Comparison Chart
(in decibels*)
The governor works in careful balance with the generator engine, fuel system,
regulator and generator. If the balance is upset, surging may result.
Threshold of pain
Siren at 100 feet
A variety of things can cause surging, including an inadequate fuel supply, lack of
exercise and poor maintenance. (See the Troubleshooting Guide on page 29.)
Jet plane at 50 feet
Tips To Help Prevent Surging
Auto horn at 3 feet or
rock & roll bar
Ensure adequate generator fuel supply. Fuel is drawn from a remote fuel tank,
which in many cases is usually the vehicle’s main fuel tank. Typically the generator’s
fuel pickup only extends 3/4 of the way to the bottom of the tank — to prevent you
from completely draining the tank and finding yourself stranded at your campsite! In
other words: fuel in the tank does not guarantee fuel to your generator, especially
if you have two fuel tanks in your vehicle. A cracked, leaking fuel line or a defective
fuel pump can also cause inadequate fuel supply to the generator. Contact your
local Cummins Onan Authorized RV Service and Parts Dealer to diagnose fuel
supply problems.
Chain saw
Heavy city traffic
Rotary mower
Follow the generator exercise recommendations or the out-of-service protection
recommendations outlined in your Operator’s Manual. Gum and varnish from stale
fuel can plug small carburetor passages causing a lean fuel mixture and surging.
Treat the fuel system with Green Label Parts Premium Fuel System Cleaner in the
clean-up mode ratios. Contact your local Cummins Onan RV Service and Parts
Dealer to have the carburetor cleaned and adjusted or replaced if the problem
persists.
Inside a car
at 50 m.p.h.
or inside a
busy office
70 dBa
QD 10000/12500 68 dBa
Make sure ignition system components are in good condition.
On carbureted models with a manual pre-heater control lever, set the carburetor air
pre-heater in the proper position for the temperature and humidity at your location.
For temperatures below 55° F and/or high humidity, set the selector in the winter
position.
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QG 2800
QG 4000 68 dBa
Adjustment should be done on gasoline or LP model’s carburetor, choke, and
governor by your local Cummins Onan Authorized RV Service and Parts Dealer,
who has specialized instruments made specifically for this job.
CAUTION: When operating electronic appliances (TVs, computers, VCRs, etc.)
in your RV, it is important to use surge protectors to prevent power surges from
damaging your equipment. Cummins Onan is not responsible for damage to sensitive electronic equipment.
QG 2800/4000RM 70/71 dBa
Normal
speech
QD 3200/5000 68 dBa
Private
office
QD 6000/8000 66 dBa
QG 5500/7000 67 dBa
QG 5500/7000EFI 64 dBa
Suburban
living room
quiet
*readings at 10 ft (3 m) at half load
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Q: Why does a breaker trip and the rear air conditioner not work
when I turn it on while the generator is running?
A: RVs with two air conditioners typically have a 20-amp circuit breaker for the
rear air conditioner and a 30-amp breaker for all other loads (including the front
air conditioner). The RV may be wired with the two circuits reversed, causing
the breaker to trip. The generator connections and wiring should be checked
by an authorized service location.
Q: Is generator power clean enough to run a computer?
A: Yes, with Cummins Onan generators this is no problem. The set should
be turned on and warmed up before turning on the computer. The normal
precautions for home use should be followed for RV use as well.
Q: Can I operate an air conditioner and microwave at the same
time?
V: Frequently Asked Questions
(FAQs)
A: Although this is possible in lower temperatures or altitudes or with high
efficiency AC’s, Cummins Onan 2500 and 2800 watt generators will probably
be overloaded when the AC cycles off and on with the microwave running.
Load shedding devices are available that automatically turn off the AC when
the microwave starts and then restarts it when power is available again. All
other Cummins Onan generators can operate both of these appliances at the
same time.
Q: Will high efficiency (power saver) air conditioners provide more
reserve power?
A: YES. High efficiency AC’s use 30% less power and are easier to start. That
means more power is available for use in the RV or for better fuel economy.
High efficiency AC’s also have higher cooling output than comparable
standard AC’s.
Q: Can a generator charge my RV house battery?
A: Not directly. But a generator does provide power to operate your converter/
charger, which charges batteries. Many diesel generators also have an
alternator, which can charge batteries.
Q: Is it practical to power the roof air conditioner with my generator
while traveling on the road?
A: Yes, that is what a generator is for, portable electrical power. In fact, it can help
you economize on your vehicle fuel because the generator uses less fuel. Plus,
it gives you an opportunity to exercise your generator. Any appliance that can
be run in a stationary position can also be powered while driving.
Q: Can I run my generator for extra power while I’m hooked up to
shore power at a campground?
A: Only if the RV manufacturer has supplied a separate circuit for a second air
conditioner. However, in most RVs with two air conditioners, only one will
operate while plugged into commercial shore power. By the NFPA code you
cannot connect both power sources, generator power and commercial shore
power, together. RV electrical systems are designed to separate these two
power sources. However, with your comfort and needs in mind, your RV
manufacturer may have wired the RV to allow you to power your second air
conditioner with your RV generator. Check your vehicle’s operator manual.
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Q: What happens if I “short-cycle” my air conditioner?
A: Short cycling refers to stopping and restarting the air conditioner compressor
before the refrigerant pressure has enough time to equalize. If this happens,
one of several things can occur: a circuit breaker may trip, either on the
generator or at the breaker panel; the generator engine may stall; the AC
compressor may trip its overload. AC compressors should remain off for at
least 3 minutes before being restarted.
Q: Will increasing the speed (accelerating the RPM) on my
generator provide more power potential?
A: No, and it may damage your generator and appliances.
Q: Can I run an RV generator in a National Park?
A: Yes. Cummins Onan installed generators are quieter than the National Park
sound level requirements. (During allowable hours of use.)
Q: What is carburetor icing? What conditions cause it? How can it
be prevented?
A: Carburetor icing occurs in damp, cool outside conditions, causing rough
operation, stalling and throttle sticking. If your generator is equipped with a
summer/winter lever, operate the generator in the “winter” position in humid
temperatures of 55°F or less. This will pre-heat the intake air so ice won’t form
in the carburetor.
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Q: Once the generator is started, should it continue to run for a
certain length of time?
A: Ideally, Cummins Onan generators should run for a minimum of 30 minutes to
give them a chance to warm up. Once warmed up, running your generator for
five-minute intervals should be fine. But remember to turn on some appliances
so the generator works while it’s running. Running it for more than 30 minutes
at no load only burns fuel unnecessarily and adds costly maintenance.
Q: How are “will-fit” generator replacement parts different from
Green Label Parts™?
A: Cummins Onan genuine Green Label Parts™ are tested and designed
specifically for RV applications. Will-fit parts and gaskets can be the correct
shape, but because of inadequate design, the wrong material, or poor quality,
they could cause premature failure, leakage or performance problems. Use
of some non-Cummins Onan replacement engine parts may affect the unit’s
emissions certification, and damage caused by use of oil and air filters other
than Green Label Parts is not covered under your generator warranty.
Q: How often should I perform maintenance on my generator? Will
doing it myself affect my warranty?
Q: Do diesel generators need exercising like gasoline generators?
A: Yes, it helps lubricate the seals and engine components and keeps carbon
from building up. Regular exercise also heats up the generator windings and
removes or expels excess moisture. In sets equipped with brushes, exercising
helps prevent corrosion build up on the slip rings.
Q: How do I keep mice/rodents out of my generator during storage?
A: Use rodent prevention techniques around the generator/compartment just as
you would with any other area of your RV.
Q: Can I use the RV QG 4000 RM, RV QG 4000 or
Emerald 4000 generator to run two air conditioners?
A: No.
Q: Will the starter motor continue to be engaged if the start button
is held too long?
A: All Cummins Onan generators are equipped with a start disconnect feature
which will not allow the starter to crank once the generator is producing
electrical output.
Q: Why don’t I have as much power as I think I should?
A: The Operator’s Manual that accompanies each generator outlines proper
maintenance procedures and intervals. If you follow the procedures correctly,
warranty coverage remains intact. However, proper maintenance will obviously
affect warranty coverage. For more information, see the Maintenance Intervals
charts on page 23.
A: Battery chargers run as “invisible” loads, and can draw as much power
as two air conditioners, depending on size. This can continue for several
hours, depending on battery charger and battery bank size. (See the Battery
Management section on page 12 for more information.)
Q: How frequently should I change oil if I won’t be using the
generator for several months?
LP Generators
A: Typically just like a car, change oil for seasonal temperature changes. For long
storage, see your Operator’s Manual for extended out-of-service protection.
Q: Should I use straight 30-weight oil or is the multi-viscosity oil I
use in my vehicle okay?
A: For best generator performance, we recommend you use Onamax,™ the Green
Label Parts oil specifically formulated for RV generators. However, you can use
the same oil you use in your vehicle engine provided it meets or exceeds SG/
CE API specifications. To get you off to a good start, all new Cummins Onan
generators are factory prepared with Onamax 15W-40 oil.
Q: Will high-octane gasoline reduce the amount of fuel varnish?
A: No, because varnish is a form of fuel degradation that is not a function of
octane level. Rather, it is a function of fuel quality, age and additive treatment.
High-octane fuel without stabilizer additive will oxidize or varnish at a faster rate
than fuel treated with a fuel stabilizer.
Q: When I’m checking my oil, does the dipstick need to be screwed
in all the way?
A: In order to get the correct oil level reading, the dipstick must be screwed in
completely on all models with a screw-type dipstick, except for the RV QG
2800/2500 & RV QG 2800/2500 RM models; it sits on top of the fill tube.
Make sure the vehicle is level when checking oil level.
Q: Should I get an LP or a diesel generator for my diesel
motorhome? What are the differences?
A: Each fuel option has its own advantages. LP generators generally have a lower
initial cost than diesel units. Plus, they’re smaller and lighter weight, allowing
for more flexibility in the floor plan of large RVs. LP generators also have less
exhaust fume smell. Diesel generators have a much longer engine life. They
consume less fuel, and diesel fuel usually costs less than LP, which brings
additional savings. A diesel generator gives you a common fuel system, and the
convenience of operating your generator from the vehicle’s main fuel supply.
The generator best for you depends on how you use it and your own personal
preferences.
Q: How is LP fuel supplied to my generator?
A: LP fuel is stored in the fuel tank in liquid form with some vapor at the top of
the tank at relatively high pressure. The pressure in the tank is determined by
the ambient (outdoor) temperature. The higher the temperature the higher the
pressure. Ambient heat vaporizes fuel until the pressure won’t allow any more
liquid to vaporize. The tank pressure will be about 200 psi at 110°F, 70 psi at
40°F, and 0 psi at -40°F (40°C).
In order for the fuel to be burned at a controlled rate in the generator (or
any other appliance) it must be converted to a vapor form and supplied at
a controlled pressure.
LP fuel systems for many Cummins Onan generators are available in two
forms, vapor withdrawal and liquid withdrawal.
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Q: What is the difference between LP Vapor and LP Liquid Fuel
Systems?
A: LP Vapor Withdrawal — With a vapor withdrawal system, the LP fuel is
vaporized in the fuel tank by heat input from the environment. The pressure
is reduced to about 11-inches of water column (0.4 psi) at the tank outlet
with a regulator. The vaporized LP fuel flows to the demand regulator on the
generator, which reduces the pressure before it enters the carburetor.
LP Liquid Withdrawal — With a liquid withdrawal system, liquid LP fuel flows at
tank pressure to the generator where heat from the generator converts the fuel
from liquid to vapor form. A two-stage regulator reduces fuel pressure before it
enters the carburetor.
Q: What are the advantages of each type of LP fuel system?
A: LP Vapor Withdrawal
• Simpler system for the generator set.
• Same low-pressure vapor system as other appliances.
LP Liquid Withdrawal
• Better operation in cold temperatures.
• Complete vaporization pressure regulation system is on the generator from
the factory.
Q: Can LP fuel plug up the regulator?
A: The most common contaminants found in LP fuel are the oils from the LP
pumping facility. The oil is removed from LP fuel at the location the fuel
vaporizes. In liquid withdrawal LP fuel systems, this occurs in the regulator. Oil
contaminants can then clog the regulator. The Cummins Onan QG models’
liquid withdrawal LP fuel systems provide a drain for oil removal. See your
Cummins Onan Authorized RV Service and Parts Dealer for assistance.
External Muffler Generators
Q: Is the muffler included on or with the RV QG RM generator?
A: No. Required muffler kits are available for each RV QG RM. See your distributor
for more information on proper application for each kit.
Q: How many appliances can I operate with my RV QG RM 2800 or
RV QG RM 2500 LP generator?
A: The RV QG RM 2800 can run a 13500 BTU air conditioner with 600-watts of
power in reserve. In most trailers and truck campers, that is enough reserve
to operate the DC converter (for TV, lights, fans, battery charger) in addition to
the air conditioner. The 2500 LP model has slightly less reserve but still enough
power for an air conditioner plus converter loads. With the AC off, both RV QG
RM generators can operate any mix of standard RV appliances (i.e. microwave,
coffee maker, hairdryer, etc.) up to the rated capacity.
Electronic Fuel Injection (EFI) Generators
Q: How reliable is the technology for electronic fuel injection?
Will I have more problems?
A: No, you won‘t have more problems. Actually, you’ll have less. The EFI
technology used in our RV QG models is the same technology used in the
automotive industry for over 10 years.
Q: Should I worry about gumming of the fuel system with my
EFI generator?
A: No. Your EFI generator minimizes fuel system gumming. This will minimize
maintenance and service requirements, and make storage of your RV much
simpler.
Q: Does a generator with EFI start better?
A: The RV QG generator is much faster and more reliable in both hot and cold
starting. This will result in fewer start failures.
Q: Do I have to adjust for altitude and temperature with EFI?
A: No, the RV QG EFI generator has automatic altitude and temperature
compensation.
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• Maintenance charts are printed in all Operator’s Manuals.
• Check your generator exhaust system each time you start the generator.
Make sure it doesn’t leak and that it extends beyond the vehicle’s perimeter.
• Refer to manual for service intervals for injectors and valve adjustments that
typically are recommended at 500-1,000 hours.
RV Generator Manuals
MicroQuiet
VI: Generator Care & Maintenance
A Cummins Onan RV generator is an investment that can bring you many years of
comfort and enjoyment. However, all generators require periodic maintenance for
dependable, ongoing performance. Your Operator’s Manual outlines the specific
maintenance procedures and service intervals for your particular model. Take good
care of your generator and it will take good care of you.
RV maintenance is performed according to the number of miles you travel. Similarly,
generator maintenance is based on hours of running time. If your generator does
not come equipped with an hour meter, install one, and place it in an easy-to-see
location near the RV’s electrical control panel so you can keep track of the hours
your generator runs. The Cummins Onan deluxe remote control panel includes an
hour meter. The following chart shows the recommended maintenance intervals
for Cummins Onan generators. These are general guidelines only. Consult the
Operator’s Manual for procedures and maintenance intervals for a specific model.
If you are unable to locate your Operator’s Manual, many can be viewed online or
purchased at Funroads.com.
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Series
Spec
Letter
Operators
Parts
Service
Installation
KY
A
981-0139
981-0246B
981-0503
981-0627
KY
B-C
981-0139
981-0246B
981-0503
981-0607
KY
D-H
981-0154
981-0246B
981-0503
981-0607
KY
J
981-0159C
981-0246B
981-0530
981-0621
KY
K
981-0159C
981-0246C
981-0530
981-0621
KY
L
981-0159C
981-0246D
981-0530
981-0621
KY Tracker
E-F
981-0155
981-0246B
981-0503
981-0611
Quiet Diesel 10000
HDCAA
A-B
981-0152C
981-0259C
981-0526D
981-0615C
Quiet Diesel 10000
HDCAA
C
981-0170
981-0259D
981-0526D
981-0637
Quiet Diesel 12500
HDCAB
A-B
981-0152C
981-0259C
981-0526D
981-0615C
Quiet Diesel 12500
HDCAB
C
981-0170
981-0259D
981-0526D
981-0637
Quiet Diesel 7500
HDKAJ
A-H
981-0161
981-0200D
981-0522B
981-0623
Quiet Diesel 8000
HDKAK
A-H
981-0161
981-0200D
981-0522B
981-0623
Quiet Diesel 5500
HDKBA
A
981-0166B
981-0271
981-0535
981-0633B
Quiet Diesel 5500
HDKBA
A-C
981-0166B
981-0271B
981-0535
981-0633B
Quiet Diesel 10000
HDKCA
Kubota
A
981-0173
981-0277
981-0540
981-0640
Quiet Diesel 12500
HDKCB
Kubota
A
981-0173
981-0277
981-0540
981-0640
Marquis Platinum
HGJAA
A-C
983-0101B
983-0201C
983-0501C
983-0600
Marquis Gold
HGJAB
A-C
983-0101B
983-0201C
983-0501C
983-0600
Emerald Advantage
HGJAC
A-C
983-0101B
983-0201C
983-0501C
983-0600
MicroLite
KV
A-B
981-0129
981-0238F
981-0506
981-0626
KV
C-D
981-0136
981-0238F
981-0518D
981-0604
KV
E-K
981-0153C
981-0238F
981-0518D
981-0604
KVC
A-C
981-0158C
981-0238F
981-0518D
981-0620
KVD
A
981-0164B
981-0238F
981-0518D
981-0631B
KYD
A-B
981-0169
981-0246D
981-0530
981-0636
Camp Power
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General Generator Maintenance Intervals
General Generator Maintenance Intervals
Model
Service Intervals - Repeat Every
Service Item
Mthly
Schedule Cummins Onan
Service Center Tune-Up
50
Hrs
100
Hrs
150
Hrs
200
Hrs
250
Hrs
450
Hrs
500
Hrs
RV QG/RV QG RM (CAMP
POWER™/MICROLITE™/
MICROQUIET™)
Clean & Check Battery &
Connections
X (5)
Change Air Filter
X
(2,4,5)
Replace Spark Plugs
X (5)
Change Fuel Filter
X (5)
Schedule Cummins Onan Service
Center Tune-Up
X (6)
50
Hrs
100
Hrs
150
Hrs
200
Hrs
250
Hrs
450
Hrs
500
Hrs
X (3)
X (5)
Change Oil/Oil Filter – All Except
Quiet Diesel™
X
(1-4)
Change Oil/Oil Filter – Quiet Diesel
5500
X
(1-4)
X (2-4)
Change Oil/Oil Filter – Quiet Diesel
7500/8000
X
(1-4)
X (2-4)
Change Oil/Oil Filter – Quiet Diesel
10000/12500
RV QG/RV QG EFI (EMERALD
ADVANTAGE™/MARQUIS
PLATINUM™/MARQUIS GOLD™)
X
(1-4)
X
(2-4)
X
(2-4)
Change Air Filter
Change Fuel Filter – All Except Quiet
Diesel
X (3)
Clean Spark Arrester
X (5)
Change Oil/Oil Filter
X (1-4)
Change Air Filter
X (2)
Replace Spark Plugs
X (5)
Change Fuel Filter
X
(5,6)
Schedule Cummins Onan
Service Center Tune-Up
X (6)
RV QG (EMERALD™/MARQUIS™)
X
(2,5)
X (5)
Change Fuel Filter – Quiet Diesel
X (5)
Schedule Cummins Onan
Service Center Tune-Up*
X
(5,6)
1 As a part of engine break-in, change the engine oil after the first 20-50 hours of operation.
2 Perform more often when operating in dusty environments.
3 Perform more often when operating in hot weather.
4 Perform at least once a year.
5 Perform sooner if engine performance deteriorates.
6 Must be performed by a qualified mechanic (Cummins Onan Authorized RV Service and Parts Dealer).
7 As a part of engine break-in, change the engine oil after the first 50 hours of operation.
* Injector check and clean or replace.
Note: Perform a general inspection and check oil daily per maintenance schedule in Operator’s Manual.
X (3)
X (5)
Change Oil/Oil Filter
X
(2-4,7)
Change Air Filter
X
(2,4,5)
Replace Spark Plugs
X
(4,5)
Change Fuel Filter
X (5)
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Mthly
Clean Spark Arrester
X (1-4)
Clean Spark Arrester
Service Intervals - Repeat Every
Service Item
Clean & Check Battery &
Connections
Change Oil
Clean & Check Battery &
Connections
Model
RV QD (DIESEL)
X (3)
Clean Arrester
Clean & Check Battery &
Connections
X (6)
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Do’s And Don’ts For Better
Generator Performance
The Do’s:
DO keep your generator clean by wiping it periodically with a clean cloth.
DO turn off all appliances in cold weather before starting your generator, for best
long-term performance.
DO check owner’s manual for periodic maintenance schedule.
DO check the exhaust system regularly for damage or leaks. Make sure the exhaust
pipe extends out at least one inch beyond the vehicle’s perimeter.
DO check the carburetor pre-heating selector (if one is installed) to ensure it’s in the
proper position for the surrounding climate. (See your Operator’s Manual for proper
settings, Important: This information applies only to carbureted models.)
DO check the air filter periodically and clean it by tapping it on a flat surface. Never
wash it in solvents or blow it out with an air hose.
DO install a running hour meter so you know when scheduled maintenance service
is due.
DO exercise your generator regularly.
DO purge the fuel system following the procedures listed in the Operator’s Manual
to maintain the LPG fuel filter.
can clog the intake system and reduce its engine’s efficiency. Remember to replace
air and oil filters regularly.
Over time, vibration from rough roads can loosen generator fasteners, while debris
thrown up from the road can occasionally damage fuel lines and exhaust systems.
It makes good sense to regularly inspect all these items. Do not use a water hose
or high pressure car wash type sprayers on the generator. Light air pressure and a
damp cloth are preferred.
Fuel Recommendations
Gasoline Generators — Treat the engine of your Cummins Onan generator to a
good grade of regular unleaded gasoline and it’ll purr in response. You can also use
Gasohol (gasoline blended with alcohol) if it contains the correct additive mixture
percentages:
• Ethanol Blend — Not more than 10% ethanol.
• Methanol Blend — Not more than 5% methanol and the fuel must also contain solvents and corrosion inhibitors.
NOTE: Fill up with fresh gas! The single most common service issue is stale or
contaminated fuel. Always use fresh gas! The gas should not be more than 30 days
old. Fuel stabilizer extends the life of your fuel. Stale fuel clean-out is not covered
under your warranty.
DO make sure that clean fuel, the most important factor for proper generator
performance, is used on diesel models. Refer to the fuel recommendations covered
on page 26.
LPG Generators — Use clean, HD-5 grade liquid propane gas in a mixture of
at least 90% propane. Propane fuels other than HD-5 can contain more than 2.5
percent butane which can result in poor fuel vaporization and poor engine starting
in outside temperatures below 32°F.
DO make sure each operator is familiar with the important safety precautions listed
on pages 1-2.
Diesel Generators — Use any of the following ASTM certified fuels for your quiet
diesel:
DO change your fuel filter. The fuel filter is an often forgotten part of any engine.
Your generator has one too. It removes bits of debris from the fuel to prevent
clogging the carburetor jets. Over time, the fuel filter collects enough material to
become plugged, which restricts fuel flow and reduces the generator’s power
delivery. Be sure to change the fuel filter on a regular maintenance schedule.
The Don’ts:
DON’T run the generator for long periods of time without using it to power
appliances. It wastes fuel and may cause the engine to misfire.
DON’T attempt to adjust the carburetor, governor, choke, etc., yourself. See your
Cummins Onan Authorized RV Service and Parts Dealer for assistance.
DON’T attempt to adjust EFI components on the generator if equipped.
DON’T run your generator set with the door panel open.
Keep Your Generator Clean And Inspect
It Regularly For Damage
Your RV generator is a hardworking device that lives in an unfriendly environment,
typically in the underside of your RV. Dust and debris are a part of its daily life. Dust
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ASTM-No.2-D
or ASTM-1-D
No.2-DLS
No.1-D
No.1-DLS
B5 Biodiesel
(ambient temperature greater than 23°F) (No. 2 Diesel)
(No. 1 Diesel)
(ambient temperature greater than 23°F)
(ambient temperature less than 23°F)
(ambient temperature less than 23°F)
(ambient temperature greater than 50°F)
Ensure the fuel selected for use has a minimum Cetane number of 45. No. 2-D
or No.2-DLS diesel fuel gives the best economy and performance under most
operating conditions. Use No. 1 diesel fuel when ambient temperatures are below
32°F and during long periods of light engine load. Use low sulfur or ultra low sulfur
content fuel having a cloud point of at least 10°F below the lowest expected fuel
temperature. Cloud point is the temperature at which wax crystals begin to form in
diesel fuel.
Oil Recommendations
Use a premium, quality engine oil (such as OnaMaxTM SAE-30 and SAE 15W-40)
in the correct oil viscosity for your generator’s typical operating temperature range
to provide optimum engine service. Avoid mixing different grades or brands.
It’s good practice to check the oil level daily or every 8 hours of operating time.
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Keep the oil level as near as possible to full, but do not overfill. Overfilling may cause
foaming and engine shutdown. Replace the cap tightly to prevent leakage. And if
your generator has an oil filter, change it when you change the oil.
Do NOT check the oil level while the generator is running, because hot oil can be
thrown out of the dipstick hole, causing severe burns.
Gasoline Engine Oil Quality – Use oil meeting any of the following API
performance categories: SJ, SL or SM where SM is currently the highest quality
available. Look for the “Energy Conserving” designation to optimize fuel economy.
Diesel Engine Oil Quality – Use oil meeting any of the following API
performance categories: CF, CF-4, CG-4, CH-4, CI-4 or CJ-4 where CJ-4 is
currently the highest quality available. The use of synthetic oil is not recommended.
The use of oil meeting API performance category CF-4, CG-4, CH-4 or CI-4 while
burning fuel with a sulfuric content greater than 0.5% or CJ-4 while burning fuel
with a sulfuric content greater than 0.0015% is not recommended as oil service is
negatively impacted.
Viscosity Grades
Oil Viscosities – Use the following chart to select correct viscosity grades for
expected ambient temperature range.
SAE-30
32°
15W-40
100°
10°
10W-30
10W-40
100°
0°
100°
-20°
5W-30
-20°F
50°
0
20
40
60
80
100°F
NOTE: Multi-grade oils (such as SAE 15W-40) are recommended for year-round use in Cummins Onan
Prevent Fuel Varnishing
If You Don’t Run A Tank Of Gasoline Each Month, You Could
Be Risking The Performance Of Your RV Generator.
If you store your RV over the winter, or don’t operate it often enough to refuel
the gas tank every month, you could develop a fuel varnishing problem in your
generator engine.
Fuel varnishing is a gummy residue that clogs the generator carburetor and fuel
pump. It’s caused by the deterioration of fuel that sits in the engine too long. And,
it happens in a surprisingly short period of time. Depending on fuel quality and
storage conditions, gasoline can deteriorate in as little as 30 days. As long as you
refuel frequently with fresh gasoline, and exercise the unit regularly, fuel varnishing
is less likely to occur. But if you leave the same gasoline in the tank for several
months, you’re very likely to have problems.
Fuel varnishing affects many engines but it’s more noticeable in generators because
the engines are smaller. Even the slightest decrease in efficiency has a big impact
on performance. A generator with varnish buildup may start but run like it needs
a tune-up. It surges, accelerating and decelerating, but rarely settles at a stable
operating speed. In many of the gasoline powered units, engine speed directly
affects generator voltage output and frequency. As speed increases/decreases, so
does the voltage and frequency.
The only ways to prevent fuel varnishing are to treat the contents of the tank
supplying fuel to the generator with a fuel preservative and to exercise the set.
Cummins Power Generation has developed a fuel preservative and stabilizer,
OnaFresh,™ specifically formulated for Cummins Onan generators. We recommend
adding this preservative to the fuel, especially on infrequently used RVs.
Emptying the tank won’t prevent fuel varnishing because a small amount of fuel
always remains in the generator carburetor. If you plan to leave the tank empty, we
recommend that you add a special mixture of fuel and a preservative before you run
the tank dry so the residual fuel contains the preservative.
liquid-cooled engines, or as a good all-season oil for air-cooled engines.
Once varnishing has occurred, adding a preservative won’t correct the problem.
NOTE: SAE-30 is the preferred summer grade for optimum oil consumption control in Cummins Onan
You need to add a fuel cleaner, and manually scrub the varnish from the fuel system
parts. Cummins Power Generation offers Premium Fuel System Cleaner for use
with Cummins Onan generators
air-cooled engines.
Coolant Recommendations
Quality of the coolant in your liquid cooled generator is an important factor in
performance and service life. Always use a 50/50 mixture of ethylene glycol based
antifreeze and water which should be mixed thoroughly before adding to the
generator’s cooling system.
Water: Use clean, soft water from a tap, distilled water or pure rain in your mixtures.
If hard water or other forms of natural water are used, your generator’s cooling
system is more liable to oxidize, corrode and create deposits faster.
Antifreeze: The core components of ethylene glycol based antifreeze are acidic.
Introduction of the cooling water creates alkaline properties that can rapidly
corrode light metals. Be sure to select high quality antifreeze with corrosion
inhibitors to prevent cooling system problems. Also – be sure to maintain the
cooling system as use of antifreeze coolant for an extended period of time can
result in increased corrosion.
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By understanding how to properly care for your RV generator and protect against
fuel varnishing, you’ll enjoy better performance and longer, service-free operation.
It may seem strange that “not” using a product causes it to fail faster. With
generators, though, that’s exactly the case.
Premium Fuel System Cleaner and OnaFresh, along with other Green Label Parts™
maintenance products can be found at your local Cummins Onan Authorized RV
Service and Parts Dealer. To locate your nearest dealer, visit Funroads.com.
Important: Problems caused by fuel varnishing will not be covered under
warranty.
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Troubleshooting Guide
Service Diagrams
Under normal operating conditions, you can expect your Cummins Onan generator
to perform reliably without problems. But if a problem does occur you may be able
to isolate the cause by using the following troubleshooting chart.
RV QG 2800 RM
If you cannot discover and correct the problem, make a note of your generator
model and serial numbers and contact your local Cummins Onan Authorized RV
Service and Parts Dealer. RV QD generators have a unique control system. Consult
your RV QD Owner’s Manual for troubleshooting information.
Trouble Shooting Guide
Problem
Fails To
Crank
Cranks
Slowly
Probable Cause
Solution
1. Low battery.
1. Check battery fluid level.
2. Bad battery connection.
2. Clean & tighten all battery & cable connections.
3. Blown fuse.
3. Replace fuse on control panel.
1. Low battery.
1. Check battery fluid level.
2. Bad battery connection.
2. Clean & tighten all battery & cable connections.
3. Incorrect oil viscosity.
3. Replace with recommended viscosity oil.
4. Load connected.
4. Disconnect load before starting.
1. Fuel below generator pickup level in tank.
1. Add fuel.
2. Fuel supply shutoff valve closed.
2. Fully open fuel supply valve.
3. Carbon deposits on spark plug(s).
3. Remove spark plug(s) and replace.
4. Low oil level.
4. Add oil.
Exhausting
Black Smoke
1. Dirty air filter.
1. Replace air filter.
2. Choke stuck or misadjusted.
2. Contact an Cummins Onan Authorized RV Service & Parts Dealer.
Unit Runs Then
Stops, Or Stops
When Driving
Around A Corner
1. Low fuel level.
1. Add fuel.
2. Low oil level.
2. Add oil.
3. Excess oil.
3. Reduce engine oil level.
1. Low fluid levels.
1. Check & bring all fluids up to the appropriate levels.
2. Possible overheating.
2. Check for blocked air flow or other possible causes of
overheating.
3. Other functional problem.
3. Contact an Cummins Onan Authorized RV Service & Parts Dealer.
Cranks But
Won’t Start
Unit Starts And
Runs, Then Stops
When The Start
Switch Is
Released
Unit Runs
Then Surges
Circuit Breaker
Trips
4. No AC output.
4. Contact an Cummins Onan Authorized RV Service & Parts Dealer.
1. Loose or worn spark plug leads.
1. Check spark plug leads at spark plug & ignition coil.
2. Defective ignition coil, wiring, or control
components.
2. Contact an Cummins Onan Authorized RV Service & Parts Dealer.
3. Faulty spark plug.
3. Remove spark plug & clean or replace.
4. Governor out of adjustment.
4. Contact an Cummins Onan Authorized RV Service & Parts Dealer.
5. Combustion air pre-heat malfunction.
5. Contact an Cummins Onan Authorized RV Service & Parts Dealer.
6. Carburetor icing.
6. Move carburetor pre-heater to the winter position.
7. Carburetor varnishing.
7. Try fuel system cleaner and contact dealer if no change.
1. Overloaded circuit.
1. Turn-off some of the electrical load, and reset the circuit breaker.
RV QG 2800
WARNING! Incorrect troubleshooting procedures can result in risks of property damage, or death from
fire, explosion, electrocution, and asphyxiation or being caught or hit by moving parts. DO NOT ATTEMPT
TROUBLESHOOTING unless you are trained and experienced in electrical and mechanical maintenance.
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RV QG 4000 RM
Emerald Advantage™
RV QG 4000
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RV QG 5500/5500 EFI/7000/7000 EFI
RV QD 3200
INTERNAL
MUFFLER
GENSET STOP
SWITCH
AC OUTPUT, BATTERY POS (+)
& REMOTE CONTROL
CONNECTIONS
COOLING &
VENTILATING
AIR INLET
SERVICE
ACCESS
BATTERY NEG ( )
CONNECTION
MAINTENANCE ACCESS
(AIR, FUEL & OIL FILTERS)
BOTTOM EXHAUST &
HOT AIR DISCHARGE
MARQUIS™
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BOTTOM
OIL DRAIN
FUEL
CONNECTIONS
CHASSIS
GROUND
RV QD 5000
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RV QD 6000/8000
HQD 8/10
O IL FILL
INVER TER
CO O LANT FILL
INVER TER
CO O LAN T
ENG IN E
CO O LANT FILL
FU EL
O N -O FF
BATTERIES
CB
EXH AU ST
(BACK,SID E,D O W N )
AIR IN LETS
(SIDE,BO TTO M )
AIR FILTER
RV QD 10000/12500
O IL FILTER
FU EL FILTER
CO O LAN T
D RAIN
HO T AIR
O UTLET
SPAR K
AR RESTO R
HQD 12/18
O IL FILL
IN VER TER
CO O LANT FILL
IN VERTER
C O O LANT
C Bs
FUEL
O N -O FF
BATTER IES
EN G IN E
CO O LANT FILL
EXHAU ST
(BACK,SIDE,DO W N)
AIR INLETS
(BO TTO M ,BAC K)
O IL FILTER
FU EL FILTER
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AIR FILTER
BLO C K D RAIN
C O O LAN T D RAIN
SPARK ARRESTO R
HO T AIR O UTLET
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takes about a thimbleful of dirt to wear out piston rings and cylinders. (Replacement
filters for some older models may not include the pre-cleaner.)
Spark Plugs
The use of Green Label, resistive, original equipment spark plugs will keep your
Cummins Onan genset working properly. Use of other non-resistive plugs can
cause generator shut downs without fault codes.
Oil Filters
Green Label Parts oil filters feature valves that allow oil to bypass the oil filter during
cold starts, or if the filter becomes plugged. Other manufacturers’ oil filters often do
not have bypass valves. As these “will-fit” filters trap debris, oil pressure starvation
can occur, leading to high oil pressures, failed gaskets and even engine damage.
Other “will-fit” oil filters do contain bypass valves but they do not be determine at
what PSI the valve opens. If the setting is too high, the filter’s paper element can
be damaged during a cold start rendering it useless, or cause oil starvation to the
engine.
Tune-Up Kits
Green Label Parts spark plugs, points and condenser are available for Cummins
Onan Quiet Gasoline, Quiet Diesel, Emerald,™ MicroLite™ and many older-model
Onan RV generators.
Cable Pack Kit
VII: Generator Maintenance: Parts &
Chemicals
Includes two high-tension plug wire leads and boots for Cummins Onan Quiet
Gasoline, Quiet Diesel, Emerald, Marquis,™ MicroLite and many older-model Onan
RV generators. Designed to keep RFI (Radio & TV Interference) at a minimum for
optimum appliance performance.
Fuse Pack Kit
Pack of five fuses for use in most Cummins Onan RV generators.
Oil Filter Wrench
Cup-type for easy removal of Cummins Onan RV generator oil filters. Part #4200577
Important: Cummins Power Generation warrants only the quality and integrity of
Green Label Parts. Any damage caused by the use of non-Green Label Parts filters
will not be covered under the Cummins Onan limited warranty.
Insist On The Quality Of Green Label
Parts™
Green Label replacement and maintenance products have been specially designed
for Cummins Onan RV generator use to provide you with dependable power and
performance for the life of your generator. They are available from all Cummins
Onan Authorized RV Service and Parts Dealers.
You can also order maintenance parts online at Funroads™.com. See pages 40-49
for part numbers by set.
Air Filters
Green Label Parts air filters are designed with a special foam pre-cleaner, for use
specifically in Cummins Onan RV generators. Other manufacturers’ air filters may
contain a lighter density filter paper and the sealing surfaces may get brittle and
crack over time, allowing dirty air into the engine intake system. Over time, it only
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26" 167-1602
9" 167-1615-01
167-0272
148-0898
140-2379
122-0645
160-1378
A-E
BGEL
26" 167-1602
9" 167-1615-01
167-0272
149-2333
140-2379
122-0645
J-P
BGE
Electronic Ignition
26" 167-1602
9" 167-1615-01
167-0272
149-1353
140-2379
122-0645
H
BGE
Electronic Ignition
26" 167-1602
9" 167-1615-01
167-0272
149-2279
140-2379
122-0645
Electronic Ignition
G
BGE
26" 167-1602
26" 167-1602
167-0272
149-2279
140-2379
122-0645
160-1349-01
Prior to 9/87 NHEL
F
Begin 9/87 NHEL
160-1378
160-1378
Emerald™
LP Vapor/HGJAC
A-E
A-C
Gasoline/HGJAC
9" 167-1615-01
9" 167-1615-01
—
140-2379
122-0645
140-3116
122-0836
Electronic Ignition
—
Electronic Ignition
Emerald Advantage™
BGE
149-2629
149-2648
167-1638
167-0272
—
—
167-0275
167-0305
140-3280
140-2105
149-2457
149-2137
167-0263-02
—
Glow Plug or Plug Wire
Spark Plug
Fuel
Filter
—
A-B
Removes power-robbing buildup of carbon, gum and varnish. Regular use can
extend intervals between combustion chamber carbon maintenance cleanings.
12-oz. aerosol can provides carbon removal for one generator. #326-5278
KYD 50 Hz
4C Combustion Chamber And Carburetor Cleaner
KYD 60 Hz
Promotes smoother, more efficient gasoline engine operation. Cleans dirty
carburetors and fuel injection systems; removes fuel system gum and varnish;
reduces valve and intake deposits. 12-oz. bottle treats up to 24 gallons of gasoline.
#326-5342
Electronic Ignition
Cummins Onan Premium Fuel System Cleaner
A-B
Protects small engines and other mechanical equipment during off-season storage.
Provides protection for up to six months. 12-oz. aerosol can. #326-5288
KVD
Onagard™ Storage Fogging Spray
QG RM (Camp Power™)
A premium fuel additive specially formulated for long-lasting prevention of gasoline
breakdown during extended RV storage. Protects gasoline against gum, varnish
and sludge formation, and fuel system corrosion. 16 oz. bottle treats 40 gallons of
gasoline. #326-5365
Air
Filter
OnaFresh™ GXLP Fuel Stabilizer
Oil
Filter
15W-40 #326-5336
Tune-up
Kit
SAE-30 #326-5339
Spec
Letter
Factory recommended and tested. Maximum protection engine oil formulated to
reduce consumption and engine wear due to high temperature oil oxidation and
viscosity increase. 32 oz. bottle.
Brand Name
Model/Series
OnaMax™ 15W-40 Oil And SAE-30
When reliability counts, insist on Green Label Parts.TM Genuine Cummins Onan.
USE CUMMINS ONAN
OIL AND SERVICE/
MAINTENANCE
CHEMICALS
TO INSURE
PERFORMANCE
40
41
42
J-P
A-E
NHE
NHEL
™
H
NHE
G-H
All
Gasoline/NHM
LP/NHM
B-L
KY 50 Hz
HDKCB
HDKCA
HDKBA
HDKAK
HDKAJ
HDKAH
HDCAB
HDCAA
RV QG (Quiet Diesel™)
KY 60 Hz
KY 50 Hz
RV QG (MicroQuiet )
™
A
KY
KY 60 Hz
A-C
KVC
A
A
A-H
A-C
J-L
B-L
A
A-K
A
KV
RV QG (MicroLite™ )
LP/HGJAA
EFI/HGJAA
RV QG (Marquis Platinum™ )
LP/HGJAB
Gasoline/HGJAB
A
A-F
Gasoline/NHM
RV QG (Marquis Gold )
A-F
G-H
Gasoline/BGM
Gasoline/BGM
RV QG (Marquis™)
Electronic Ignition
G
NHE
—
—
—
—
Electronic Ignition
Electronic Ignition
Electronic Ignition
Electronic Ignition
Electronic Ignition
Electronic Ignition
Electronic Ignition
Electronic Ignition
160-1378
Electronic Ignition
Electronic Ignition
160-1349-01
160-1378
160-1378
Tune-up
Kit
Begin 9/87 NHE
F
A-E
NHE
Prior to 9/87 NHE
Spec
Letter
Brand Name
Model/Series
122-0893
185-7444
122-0833
187-1000
—
__
—
122-0836
122-0836
122-0800
122-0800
122-0645
122-0800
122-0800
122-0800
122-0800
122-0800
122-0800
Oil
Filter
140-3071
140-3351
140-2897
140-3071
140-3295
140-3280
140-3295
140-2609
140-3295
140-2609
140-2105
140-3116
140-3116
140-2379
140-2379
140-2379
140-2379
140-2379
140-2379
140-2379
140-2379
140-2379
Air
Filter
149-2513
149-2513
149-2513
149-2513
149-2457
149-2457
149-2457
149-2457
149-2137
149-2648
147-0860
149-2648
149-2629
148-0898
149-2341
149-2279
149-2341
149-2279
148-0898
149-2333
149-1353
149-2279
149-2279
—
Fuel
Filter
185-5990
185-5421
185-5421
187-1289
167-0275
167-0305
167-0275
167-0305
167-0305
167-0263-02
167-1638
167-1638
167-0272
167-0272
167-0272
167-0272
167-0272
167-0272
167-0272
167-0272
167-0272
—
—
—
—
—
Brand N
—
—
—
—
—
167-1602
167-1602
23" 167-1625-02
9" 167-1625-01
26" 167-1602
9" 167-1615-01
26" 167-1602
9" 167-1615-01
26" 167-1602
9" 167-1615-01
26" 167-1602
9" 167-1615-01
26" 167-1602
9" 167-1615-01
9" 167-1615-01
Glow Plug or Plug Wire
Spark Plug
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44
A-B
A
B-D
A
B-D
C
A
A-H
A-H
J-N
P-R
P
BF RV
BFA RV
BFA RV
BGA RV
BGA RV
BGAL RV
NH Power Drawer
NH Power Drawer 9000
NH RV
NH RV
NH RV
NHL
C
D-E
A
B
A-B
C-E
A
HDKAG
HDKAG
DKC RV
DKC RV
DKD RV
DKD RV
DKG
—
—
—
—
160-1328-01
160-1378
160-1328-01
312-0069
160-0002,
312-0069
160-1154,
312-0069
160-1154,
160-1348-01
160-1348-01
160-1328-01
160-1348-01
160-1328-01
160-1328-01
312-0069
160-1154,
Tune-up
Kit
122-0827
122-0827
122-0827
185-5835
122-0800
122-0800
122-0800
122-0800
122-0645
122-0645
122-0645
—
122-0645
Oil
Filter
140-2680
140-2842
140-2842
140-2842
140-0495
140-0495
140-1229
140-1229
140-0495
140-0495
140-0495
140-1220
Air
Filter
149-2106
149-2106
149-1914-05
149-2106
149-1914-05
149-2106
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Fuel
Filter
185-2289
185-2289
185-2289
185-5421
185-5421
185-6623
167-0272
167-0272
167-0247
167-0241
167-0262
167-0262
167-0298
167-0298
167-0237
167-0298
167-0237
167-0237
167-0262
—
—
—
—
26" 167-1602
9" 167-1615-01
167-1616-01
167-1616-01
167-1616-01
167-1616-01
167-1616-01
167-1616-01
167-1616-01
Glow Plug or Plug Wire
Spark Plug
*Ask your Onan Authorized RV Service and Parts Dealer to assist you in identifying the correct maintenance parts for these models.
A-B
HDKAG
Older Onan Diesel Generators
A
Spec
Letter
BF Power Drawer
Older Onan® Generators
Brand Name
Model/Series
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Benefits of Coach Care
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• Expert repair from the chassis, to the main drive engine, to your Cummins Onan
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• State-of-the-art equipment to aid in quick and thorough service
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VIII: Warranty & Service
• LP Stations*
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• Coach Care technicians provide authorized service on everything from your
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Standard 3-Year Limited Warranty With Available 5-Year
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We’re so confident in our RV generators, we back them with a standard 3-year
limited warranty —— the longest, most comprehensive warranty in the business.
And for an additional charge, full coverage can be extended to five years, through
the Cummins Onan Care Extended Warranty. Whichever you choose, coverage
is transferable from one owner to another if you sell your RV during the generator
warranty period. See your Cummins Onan Authorized RV Service and Parts Dealer
for details.
®
Largest Authorized Service And Parts Dealer Network
In The Industry
Wherever you travel, Cummins Onan Authorized RV Service and Parts Dealers are
never far away. Authorized Dealers trained and tested in all aspects of generator
operation and maintenance cover every major market in the United States and
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WASHINGTON
1
MONTANA
NORTH DAKOTA
2
MAINE
10
MINNESOTA
OREGON
N.H.
32
IDAHO
11
SOUTH DAKOTA
NEW YORK
WISCONSIN
VT.
MASSACHUSETTS
MICHIGAN
WYOMING
33
15
16
17
RHODE ISLAND
CONNECTICUT
PENNSYLVANIA
IOWA
18
NEBRASKA
OHIO
UTAH
14
7
DELAWARE
20
CALIFORNIA
ILLINOIS
COLORADO
KANSAS
W. VIRGINIA
MARYLAND
INDIANA
19
34
23
MISSOURI
3
VIRGINIA
KENTUCKY
24
4
OKLAHOMA
5
12
25
NORTH CAROLINA
TENNESSEE
8
ARIZONA
6
NEW JERSEY
22
NEVADA
SOUTH CAROLINA
26
NEW MEXICO
31
ARKANSAS
21
MISSISSIPPI
ALABAMA
GEORGIA
9
TEXAS
LOUISIANA
27
28
13
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FLORIDA
Coach Care Service Centers
Arizona
31 Cummins Rocky Mountain
651 N. 101st Ave.
Phoenix, AZ 85323
Toll free: 800-800-2345
California
3 Cummins West
4601 East Brundage Lane
Bakersfield, CA 93307
Phone: 661-325-9404
4
Cummins Cal Pacific
3958 Transport St.
Ventura, CA 93003
Toll free: 800-881-1159
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Colorado
5
Cummins Cal Pacific
1939 Deere Avenue
Irvine, CA 92606
Toll free: 800-222-4871
6
Cummins Cal Pacific
7
Cummins Rocky
Mountain
8211 E 96th Ave.
Henderson, CO 80640
Toll free: 800-927-7201
485 Raleigh Avenue
El Cajon, CA 92020
Toll free: 800-993-4373
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Florida
27 Cummins Power South
755 Pickettville Road
Jacksonville, FL 32220
Toll free: 800-338-7027
28 Cummins Power South
321 S.W. 52nd Avenue
Ocala, FL 34474
Toll free: 888-699-2774
29 Cummins Power South
4820 N. Orange Blossom Trail
Orlando, FL 32810
Toll free: 800-338-7039
30 Cummins Power South
5910 E. Hillsborough Ave.
Tampa, FL 33610
Toll free: 800-338-2519
18 Onan Indiana
5125 Beck Drive
Elkhart, IN 46516
Toll free: 800-589-9027
25 Cummins Atlantic
350 Cummins Dr.
Kenly, NC 27542
Toll free: 888-288-7181
Michigan
North Dakota
15 Cummins Bridgeway
7580 Expressway Drive S.W.
Grand Rapids, MI 49548
Phone: 616-281-2211
10 Cummins NPower
3801 34th Avenue S.W.
Fargo, ND 58104
Toll free: 800-373-2466
16 Cummins Bridgeway
54250 Grand River Ave.
New Hudson, MI 48165
Toll free: 800-486-4308
Ohio
17 Cummins Bridgeway
43575 North Gratiot Avenue
Clinton Township, MI 48036
Phone: 586-469-2010
Georgia
21 Cummins Power South
5125 Highway 85
Atlanta, GA 30349
Toll free: 800-768-7278
Minnesota
11 Cummins NPower
1600 Buerkle Road
White Bear Lake, MN 55110
Toll free: 800-642-0085
Idaho
32 Cummins Rocky Mountain
8949 South Federal Way
Boise, ID 83716
Toll free: 208-336-5000
Missouri
34 Cummins Central Power
8210 NE Parvin Road
Kansas City, MO 64161
Phone: 861-414-8200
Illinois
14 Cummins Crosspoint
450 W. Northtown Rd.
Normal, IL 61761
Toll Free: 800-759-4355
New Mexico
8 Cummins Rocky Mountain
1921 Broadway N.E.
Albuquerque, NM 87102
Toll free: 800-800-3888
Indiana
19 Cummins Crosspoint
520 Marriott Dr.
Clarksville, IN 47129
Toll free: 800-583-5685
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North Carolina
24 Cummins Atlantic
513 Preddy Blvd.
Greensboro, NC 27406
Phone: 336-275-4531
20 Cummins Bridgeway
5400 Rialto Rd.
West Chester, OH 45069
Toll free: 877-678-7744
Oklahoma
12 Cummins Southern Plains
16525 East Skelly Drive
Tulsa, OK 74116
Toll free: 800-722-2743
Oregon
2 Cummins Northwest
91201 Coburg Industrial Parkway
Coburg, OR 97408
Toll free: 866-236-2167
Texas
9
Cummins Rocky
Mountain
14333 Gateway West
El Paso, TX 79928
Toll free: 800-800-4240
13 Cummins Southern Plains
7045 N. Loop East
Houston, TX 77028
Toll free: 800-474-7421
Virginia
23 Cummins Atlantic
263 Simmons Dr.
Cloverdale, VA 24077
Toll free: 800-280-4582
Washington
1 Cummins Northwest
11134 W. Westbow Blvd.
Spokane, WA 99224
Toll free: 800-825-2122
Wisconsin
33 Cummins NPower
800 West Ryan Road
Oak Creek, WI 54476
Phone: 414-768-7400
Pennsylvania
22 Cummins Power Systems
4499 Lewis Rd.
Harrisburg, PA 17111
Toll free: 800-841-1344
South Carolina
26 Cummins Atlantic
2791 Shop Road Extension
Columbia, SC 29209
Toll free: 800-695-5383
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RV QD 3200
XI: Current RV Generator
Model Information
RV QD 3200
Introducing Cummins Onan
Inverter Portables
• Computer-controlled constant speed operation - Quiet Diesel performance
for small RVs.
• Special sound-controlling housing encloses cooling system and muffler
• Double isolation mounting system reduces vibration
• Easily accesible maintenance points
• Runs one rooftop air conditioner with power to spare
• Intergrated start/stop control with hour meter
RV QD 3200 Specifications
P1700 i
P3200 ie
P4300 ie
• Quiet and lightweight, the 43 pound P1700i is an easy to handle power option
custom made for life on the road. Its 1400 watts of inverted power make it perfect
for most RV microwaves, televisions and other simple luxuries.
• A significant step up, the P3200ie easily handles a 13,500 btu air conditioner.
Electric start, 2800 watts continuous and an integrated wheel system make the
P3200ie as easy to use as it is powerful.
• The biggest inverter model, the P4300ie, is powerful enough to run one 15,000
btu air conditioner with power to spare. Equipped with electric start and 3800 watts
of continuous power, the P4300ie is a serious generator.
P1700i
P3200ie
P4300ie
Model
3200
Watts
3200
Volts
120
Hertz
60
Amps
26.7
Weight (lb)
205 lbs.
Avg. Fuel Consumption
(gal/hr)
No Load
0.2
Half Load
0.3
Full Load
Sound Level
Full Load
0.4
dB(A)
68 dB(A)
*Typical RV installation. All readings at 10 ft. (3m).
Features
Operating Time(at rated load)
4 Hours
6.5 Hours
5.3 Hours
Operating Noise
59 dB(A)
58 dB(A)
62 dB(A)
Start System
Manual
Electric
Electric
Fuel Capacity
1.1 Gal.
2.9 Gal.
3.4 Gal.
Outlet
Std. Wheels
Warranty
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120V GFCI Protected Duplex
NA
4
4
Dimensions: (L x W x H in inches)
3200 QD: 30.2 x 17.3 x 18.0
Engine Detail:
4-cycle, air-cooled, single-cylinder diesel
Power Capability: (at 100ºF and 500’ altitude)
• Starts one 13500 BTU air conditioner with up to a 1000-watt baseload.
2-Year Limited
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RV QG 2800/2500 RM, 4000/3600 RM
Remote Muffler Generator Models
RV QG RM Specifications
Model
2800
2500 LP
4000
3600 LP
The First Installed Generators for Travel Trailers, Truck Campers and Folding
Watts
2800
2500
4000
3600
Camping Trailers.
RPM
3600
3600
3600
3600
Volts
120
120
120
120
Hertz
60
60
60
60
Amps
23.3
20.8
33.3
30.0
Weight (lb)
107
107
167
167
(gal/hr)
(gal/hr) (lb/hr)
(gal/hr)
(gal/hr) (lb/hr)
Avg. Fuel Consumption
No Load
0.2
0.2
0.9
0.3
0.4
1.7
Half Load
0.3
0.3
1.3
0.5
0.6
2.6
Full Load
0.4
0.5
2.1
0.7
0.7
3.0
Sound Level dB(A)
RV QG 2800 RM
Half Load*
71
71
70
70
Engine Horsepower
7
7
9.5
8.6
*Typical RV installation. All readings at 10 ft. (3m).
Dimensions: (L x W x H in inches)
2800 & 2500 LP: 19.6 x 16.7 x 12.3
4000 & 3600 LP: 25.7 x 19.7 x 14.4
Engine Detail:
4-cycle, single cylinder, overhead valve.
Power Capabilities: (at 100ºF and 500’ feet altitude)
• RV QG 2800 RM: Starts one 13500 BTU air conditioner with approved start
circuit, plus 600-watt baseload. Or, one 11000 BTU air conditioner with approved
start circuit, plus 1000-watt baseload.
RV QG 4000 RM
RV QG 2800 and 2500 LP RM
• Runs one 13500 BTU air conditioner with power to spare.
• Lightweight, compact design that’s easy to install.
• RV QG 2500 RM LP: Starts one 13500 BTU air conditioner with approved start
circuit, plus 300-watt baseload. Or, one 11000 BTU air conditioner with approved
start circuit, plus 600-watt baseload.
• RV QG 4000 RM: Starts one 13500 BTU air conditioner, plus 2000-watt
baseload.
• RV QG 3600 RM LP: Starts one 13500 BTU air conditioner, plus 1600-watt
baseload.
• Fully-enclosed design for reduced noise.
• Front access panel for easy service and maintenance.
• Gasoline or LP-fueled.
RV QG 4000 and 3600 LP RM
Includes all the features and benefits above, PLUS…
• Microprocessor control with diagnostics for easy troubleshooting.
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RV QG 2800/2500, 4000/3600
Lightweight, Compact and Quiet
Gasoline/LP RV Generators
RV QG Specifications
Model
2800
2500 LP
4000
3600 LP
Watts
2800
2500
4000
3600
RPM
3600
3600
3600
3600
Volts
120
120
120
120
Hertz
60
60
60
60
Amps
23.0
20.8
33.3
30.0
Weight (lb)
Avg. Fuel Consumption
113
113
172
172
(gal/hr)
(gal/hr) (lb/hr)
(gal/hr)
(gal/hr) (lb/hr)
No Load
0.2
0.2
0.9
0.3
0.4
1.7
Half Load
0.3
0.3
1.3
0.5
0.6
2.6
Full Load
0.4
0.5
2.1
0.7
0.7
3.0
Sound Level dB(A)
RV QG 2800
Half Load*
70
70
66
66
Engine Horsepower
7
7
9.5
8.6
*Typical RV installation. All readings at 10 ft. (3m).
Dimensions: (L x W x H in inches)
2800 & 2500 LP: 24.0 x 16.4 x 12.3
4000 & 3600 LP: 30.0 x 19.7 x 14.4
Engine Detail:
4-cycle, single cylinder, overhead valve.
Power Capabilities: (at 100ºF and 500’ altitude)
RV QG 4000
RV QG 2800
• RV QG 2800: Starts one 13500 BTU air conditioner with approved start
circuit, plus 600-watt baseload. Or, one 11000 BTU air conditioner with
approved start circuit, plus 1000-watt baseload.
• RV QG 2500 LP: Starts one 13500 BTU air conditioner with approved start
circuit, plus 300-watt baseload. Or, one 11000 BTU air conditioner with
approved start circuit, plus 600-watt baseload.
• Runs one 13500 BTU air conditioner with power to spare and easy-start
motor circuit.
• RV QG 4000: Starts one 13500 BTU air conditioner, plus 2000-watt
baseload.
• Lightweight and compact.
• RV QG 3600 LP: Starts one 13500 BTU air conditioner, plus 1600-watt
baseload
• Single-side service for easy maintenance.
• Fully-enclosed muffler.
• Gasoline or LP-fueled.
RV QG 4000
Includes all the features and benefits above, PLUS…
• Microprocessor control with diagnostics for easy troubleshooting.
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RV QG 5500, 7000 / 6500
RV QG 5500/7000/6500 Specifications
Model
5500
5500 LP
7000
6500 LP
Watts
5500
5500
7000
6500
RPM
2400
2400
2880
2880
Volts
120
120
120
120
Hertz
60
60
60
60
Amps
45.8
45.8
58.3
54.2
Weight (lb)
279
279
290
290
(gal/hr)
(gal/hr) (lb/hr)
(gal/hr)
(gal/hr) (lb/hr)
Avg. Fuel Consumption
No Load
0.3
0.4
1.7
0.4
0.4
1.7
Half Load
0.6
0.8
3.4
0.7
0.8
3.4
Full Load
0.9
1.1
4.7
1.2
1.2
5.1
Sound Level dB(A)
Half Load*
Engine Horsepower
67
67
67
67
12.9
10.7
14.0
11.6
*Typical RV installation. All readings at 10 ft. (3m).
RV QG 5500
Dimensions: (L x W x H in inches)
All Models: 33.6 x 22.2 x 16.7
Engine Detail:
4-cycle, OHV, 90-degrees V-Twin.
Power Capabilities: (at 100ºF and 500’ altitude)
• RV QG 5500/5500 LP: Starts one 13500 BTU air conditioner with 3000-watt
baseload. Or, two 13500 BTU air conditioners with 1300-watt baseload.
• RV QG 7000/6500 LP: Starts two 13500 BTU air conditioners with
3000-watt baseload.
RV QG 7000
• Runs one or two 13500 BTU air conditioners with power to spare.
• Fully integrated design makes it the quietest in its class.
- Enclosed muffler
- Low vibration levels
- Self-diagnostic capability to simplify troubleshooting
- Digital voltage regulation for stability as appliance loads change
• Gasoline or LP-fueled.
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RV QG 5500, 7000/6500 EFI
RV QG 5500/7000/6500 EFI Specifications
Model
5500 EFI
5500 LP
7000 EFI
6500 LP
Watts
5500
5500
7000
6500
RPM
2400
2400
2880
2880
Volts
120
120
120
120
Hertz
60
60
60
60
Amps
45.8
45.8
58.3
54.2
Weight (lb)
279
279
290
294
(gal/hr)
(gal/hr) (lb/hr)
(gal/hr)
(gal/hr) (lb/hr)
Avg. Fuel Consumption
RV QG 5500 EFI
No Load
0.3
0.4
1.7
0.4
0.5
2.1
Half Load
0.6
0.8
3.4
0.7
0.8
3.4
Full Load
0.9
1.1
4.7
1.1
1.2
5.1
Sound Level dB(A)
Half Load*
Engine Horsepower
64
64
64
64
12.9
10.7
12.3
11.6
*Typical RV installation. All readings at 10 ft. (3m).
Dimensions: (L x W x H in inches)
All models 33.6 x 22.2 x 16.7
Engine Detail:
4-cycle, OHV, 90-degree V-Twin.
Power Capabilities: (at 100ºF and 500’ altitude)
RV QG 7000 EFI
RV QG 5500/7000 EFI
• RV QG 5500/5500 EFI LP: Starts one 13500 BTU air conditioner with 3000watt baseload. Or, two 13500 BTU air conditioners with 1300-watt baseload.
• RV QG 7000/6500 EFI LP: Starts two 13500 BTU air conditioners with
3000-watt baseload.
• Electronic fuel injection.
- Improved hot and cold starts
- Automatic altitude compensation
- No carburetor gumming after storage
• Runs one or two 13500 BTU air conditioners with power to spare.
• Electronic governor.
• Fully integrated design makes it the quietest in its class.
- Enclosed muffler
- Low vibration levels
- Self diagnostic capability to simplify troubleshooting
- Digital voltage regulation for stability as appliance loads change
• Gasoline or LP-fueled.
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RV QD 5000, 6000, 8000, 10000, 12500
RV QD Specifications
So Quiet And Smooth Running, You Won’t Believe They’re Diesels!
Model
5000
Watts
5000
6000
8000
10000
12500
Volts
120
120
120
120/240
120/240
Hertz
60
60
60
60
60
Amps
45.8
62.5
66.6
83.3/41.7
104.0/52.0
Weight (lb)
400
420
420
690
715
Avg. Fuel Consumption
(gal/hr)
(gal/hr)
(gal/hr)
(gal/hr)
(gal/hr)
No Load
.25
0.13
0.13
0.11
0.11
Half Load
.41
0.49
0.49
0.43
0.48
Full Load
.66
0.96
1.02
1.0
1.2
Sound Level dB(A)
0.3
0.3
1.3
0.5
0.6
Half Load*
68
68
68
68
68
Engine Horsepower
10.7
16.6
16.6
27
27
RV QD 5000
RV QD 8000
6000
8000
10000
12500
*Typical RV installation. All readings at 10 ft. (3m).
RV QD 10000/12500
• Runs two or three 13500 BTU air conditioners with power to spare.
• High-quality sine wave electrical output maximizes appliance efficiency.
• Self-diagnostic capabilities simplify troubleshooting.
• Special sound-controlling housing encloses cooling system and muffler.
• Three-point, fully focalized mounting system reduces vibration.
RV QD 12500
Dimensions: (L x W x H in inches)
RV QD 5000: 34.5 x 22.4 x 20.3
RV QD 5000
• Runs one or two 13500 BTU air conditioners with power to spare.
• Compact design perfect for small diesel coaches.
• High-quality sine wave electrical output maximizes appliance efficiency.
• Self-diagnostic capabilities simplify troubleshooting.
• Enclosed muffler for easy installation and quiet operation.
RV QD 6000/8000
• Runs two 13500 BTU air conditioners with power to spare.
• Computer-controlled variable speed operation — matches engine speed to
load demand, minimizing noise level.
• High-quality pure sine wave electrical maximizes appliance efficiency.
RV QD 6000/8000: 36.3 x 23.6 x 22.3
RV QD 10000/12500: 41.4 x 24.5 x 27
Engine Detail:
4-cycle, 3-cylinder inline vertical, liquid-cooled diesel engine.
Power Capabilities:
• RV QD 5000: Runs two 13500 BTU air conditioners with 1500-watt
baseload.
• RV QD 6000/8000: Runs two 15000 BTU air conditioners with 3100-watt
baseload.
• RV QD 10000/12500: Runs three 15000 BTU air conditioners with a 4000watt baseload.
• Self diagnostic capabilities simplify troubleshooting.
• Special sound-controlling housing encloses cooling system and muffler.
• Three-point, fully focalized mounting system reduces vibration.
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Hybrid Quiet Diesel - Introducing A
Revolutionary New RV Power System
Models and ratings
Model
Hz
Generator mode watts*
Voltage
Phase
Inverter/boost watts
810HQDSA-6028A
60
7500/10000
120
1
3000/2500
1215HQDSB-6042A
60
12000/15000
120/240
1
3000/3000
1218HQDSB-6037A
60
12000/18000
120/240
1
6000/6000
* Boost watts added to generator set watts for peak performance. Duration depends on size/status of
batteries.
Ambient conditions for rated power output with muffler and RV enclosure, per ISO 8528-1:
- Temperature: 77° F (25° C)
- Altitude: 500 ft (152.4 m), (99 kPa dry)
Typical power output change based on ambient conditions:
- Temperature: Power output decreases 1% for every 10° F (5.5° C) increase
- Altitude: Power output decreases 3.5% for every 1000 ft (305 m) increase
Ratings represent minimums. Actual performance may be significantly higher based on installation and
operating conditions.
Weight, size and sound level
Auto. OK. Done.
8 Power Unit
12 Power Unit
Weight:
391 lb (177 kg)
485 lb (220 kg)
Size:
36.6 in x 23.6 in x 22 in
(929.6 mm x 599.4 mm x 558.8 mm)
41.1 in x 24.1 in x 27 in
(1043.9 mm x 612.1 mm x 685.8 mm)
Transfer switch
Inverter
17 lb (8 kg)
55 lb (25 kg)
Weight:
Size:
Sound:
• Integrated power system manages
battery, generator and shore
power together
• Single control provides simple
automatic mode
12.6 in x 12 in x 4.4 in
21.1 in x 13.4 in x 6.4 in
(320 mm x 304.8 mm x 111.76 mm)
(535.9 mm x 340.4 mm x 162.6 mm)
Readings at 10 ft (3 m)
No load
Half load
Full load
810HQD
56 dB(A)
63 dB(A)
66 dB(A)
1215HQD
59 dB(A)
63 dB(A)
69 dB(A)
1218HQD
59 dB(A)
63 dB(A)
69 dB(A)
- Meets National Park Service sound level requirements (60 dB(A) @ 50 ft) for use in national parks.
- Typical installation will further reduce sound level.
• Up to 20% fuel savings
• Boost mode provides additional motor starting power
• Significantly lower noise & vibration
• High-quality pure sine wave electrical output helps prevent
damage to appliances
• Intelligent transfer switch monitors power quality
• For more info, www.cumminsonan.com
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Energy Command 15, 20 and 30
F
BAT
QUIET ON
Model
20
30
Battery Monitoring
House battery bank state of
charge gauge
•
House battery bank voltage
•
•
Engine battery bank voltage
•
•
Ignition, Safety,
Brake, Brake
lights or
transmission SW
Digital generator hour meter
•
•
A new line of remote power
management panels that provides
worry-free control for Cummins
Onan diesel, gas, or LP generators.
Manual start/stop switch with
digital readout
•
•
Service reminders
•
•
Diagnostic text messages
•
•
Installation Features:
Automatic Generator Starting
Functions
HVAC
(up to 3 systems)
Look-ahead battery top-off feature prior
to “quiet time”
•
• Up to three individual start request
inputs (for three air-conditioners,
etc.)
Auto start/stop on low/full battery
•
Auto start/stop for up to three air
conditioning systems
•
• Menu allows customization and
access to system data
Built-in memory for all programmable
settings
•
• Magnetic overlay covers mounting
screws for clean appearance
Safety Feature
• Installation mounting hole location
same as standard Cummins Onan
remote
Safety start inhibit feature
•
Compatibility With Cummins Onan
Camp Power™
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Marquis Gold
•
•
Quiet Diesel™
•
•
™
• Inputs for house and engine
battery voltage
MicroLite
• Amp/Tyco connector
Marquis Platinum™
™
MicroQuiet
™
Wiring Harness
HVAC
Run Request
Generator Harness
Engine Battery Sense
House Battery Sense
Shorepower
Present
Shorepower
Present Sensing
(optional)
Positive
+
Fuse
Fuse
Fuse
Main Battery
Switch
+ Positive
Engine
Battery
(optional)
-
House
Battery
Specifications:
•
• Works with any type of battery
Generator
Connector
16 Pin
Connector
DC Power
-
Programmable “quiet time”
• Easy to install in production
Safety Input
•
Generator Monitoring
• Compatible with Cummins Onan
generators
Onan
Quiet Diesel, Gas
& LP Generator
EC-30 Only
Energy Command
Voltage: 8-35VDC (Suitable for 12V or 24V systems)
Current: 0.05A @ 12V (With backlight on)
Dimensions: (Outside) 5.125” X 3.125” X 1.0”
Opening: 3.875” X 2.5”
Start/stop: Switch rated at 1.0 amp
Control outputs: Rated at 1.0 amp
Models: Energy Command 20 (#018-02020)
Energy Command 30 (#018-02030)
RV Power In The Palm Of Your Hand
With the Cummins Onan Energy Command™ 15W (EC-15W)
• Remotely starts and stops your
generator from up to 100’ away.
• Compatible with all current model
Cummins Onan RV generators
• Can be easily installed by the RV owner;
instructions included
• Includes key fob remote and receiver
that’s wired to the generator
• Digitally encrypted code ensures the
remote starts only your generator
• LED indicator confirms remote
transmission
For more information see www.cumminsonan.com
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Inverter/Charger
Inverter/Charger - Size Comparison Chart
Model
2000 kW
3000 kW
Max Continuous Output Power AC
2000
3000
Peak Current (Surge rated peak 300%)
50
75
Max Charge Output DC Amps
100 A dc
140 A dc
Charge Control
3-Stage
3-Stage
Equalization
S
S
Battery Type Settings
wet/gel/agm
wet/gel/agm
Temperature Compensated Charging
S
SS
30
30
Inverter Function
METERING
AC INPUT
INVERTERCHARGER
FAULT
BATTERY
CHARGING
CHARGED
AUTO GEN
CHARGE
BATT
INVERT
ON/OFF
Charger Function
Transfer Switch
AC Transfer Switch Amps
Specifications
Two Speed Forced Air Cooling
S
Specified Temperature Range
Enclosure Type
Metal
Dimensions (L x W x H)
RV Inverter:
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Recommended Class T DC Fuse
300 A
400 A
Remote Control Panel
O
O
Low battery shut-off provides longer battery life
30A Pass Thru
S
S
Automatic generator start with programmable ‘quiet time’ helps maintain
optimum battery levels and can start the generator on thermostat request for
AC; included at no extra cost
20/20 Breakers
O
O
15/15 Breakers
O
O
Internal Shunt (for battery level monitoring)
O
S
Auto Generator Start/Stop
S
S
Auto LowBatt Cutout
S
S
Power Sharing
S
S
Fault Diagnosis
S
S
Battery Voltage
12 V DC
12 V DC
Shunt option calculates battery state of charge and usage time remaining
AC Input Voltage
120 V AC
UL Listed to U.S. and Canadian Safety Standards
AC Output Connections
Terminal Block
AC Input Connections
Terminal Block
Maintains full load output at high ambient temperatures
•
3-stage, temperature compensated battery charging and equalization for all
battery types
•
•
Battery charge rate ‘power share adjust’ gives appliances priority to reduce AC
breaker trips
•
AC and battery terminal blocks for easy installation and secure connections
•
FCC Class B radiated EMI performance
•
Automatically assumes load when AC power from generator or shore is not
available
•
•
Remote Panel:
•
Easy-to-use, full text, customer-friendly readout
•
Easy-to-interpret diagnostics and fault history on remote panel
•
LED lights provide inverter status at a glance
•
“Quick-key” for easy charge rate adjustments
•
Full AC and DC metering
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12.2” x 12.8” x 7.3”
Weight (lbs)
•
•
S
-20° C to +40° C
120 V AC
S=Standard, O=Optional
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450 Hrs
250 Hrs
Schedule Onan Service Center
Tune-Up
Change Fuel Filter
Replace Spark Plugs
Change Air Filter
Note: See page 23 for General Generator Maintenance Intervals Chart
200 Hrs
Change Oil/Oil Filter
• For more information see www.
cumminsonan.com/juicebox
Clean Spark Arrester
• Available in 4000 watt gasoline and
3600 watt LP models
150 Hrs
• Exceptionally quiet
100 Hrs
• Easy access to generator simplifies
regular maintenance
50 Hrs
• Discreet cover provides noise reduction,
weather and theft protection
Mthly
• Can be transferred to your next RV
Clean & Check Battery &
Connections
• Detachable if not needed; reduces RV
travel weight
Service Item
• Includes wireless key-fob remote start/
stop
Service Intervals - Repeat Every
• Saves valuable RV storage space
Generator Maintenance Record
• No wiring or compartment fabrication
required
Record When Scheduled Maintenance Is Performed
• Self-contained, hitch-mount generator
system for large* trailer and fifth-wheel
RVs.
500 Hrs
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Full Generator Power Installed By Your
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