Briggs & Stratton’s newest member of the PowerSmart Series, the P2200 inverter generator, has the ability to tether to another P2200 or a P3000. Briggs & Stratton says the machines are exceptionally quiet, so adding extra power doesn’t mean extra noise.
As an inverter generator, the P2200 produces direct current (DC) power and converts it into alternating current (AC) power, making it safer for electronics.
The P2200 features a control panel that has three outlets, two 120-volt and one 12-volt DC battery-charging outlet. The control panel also has a USB adapter, helping landscape contractors avoid finding themselves stranded on a jobsite with a dead phone.
The P2200 operates at 59 decibels and is 45-percent lighter than traditional generators.
The inverter generator has 1,700 running watts and 2,200 starting watts.