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# Posted: 27 Oct 2019 17:00

Don’t know if this has been brought up before but Pinellas Power Products makes a remote shutoff for Honda E2000i (and other) generators. Easy install. Super folks to work with. You can only turn it OFF with this device but I won’t miss going out to the generator shed at midnight in the cold rain to shut it off at bedtime! Works great!

# Posted: 27 Oct 2019 20:24

Assuming this is spam.... but...

If you want to have remote to HF Predator inverter/generator, seems this setup might be the best buy... start and stop. Have not tried it, so can't vouch for it but it is on my list of things to buy: tor/283655245818

Al Burton
# Posted: 28 Oct 2019 15:29

Pinellas makes some great accessories for Honda generators. I have a Eu3000is in a generator shed hard wired to a Magnum ags module. used the Pinellas Auto choke kit and the remote harness kit. I modified it a bit by adding a timer to the eco mode switch so genny starts in normal mode and switches to eco after 30 seconds. makes cold weather starts more reliable. One thing about his auto choke is that it only chokes while cranking. I am going to add another timer to extend it by a few (5-10) seconds. Mine is set to auto start when batteries drop to 80% and takes them to 91%. It will also kick in at a certain load level. I also added a wifi switch so I can start stop from my phone.

# Posted: 29 Oct 2019 08:06

Alot of these remote start systems the actual remote setup is just a cheap vehicle remote start for a vehicle thats wired different.

# Posted: 11 Nov 2019 04:08

Many Westinghouse generators features a remote start and much cheaper than Honda

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