|Tokyo, March 18, 1998 --- The EN2100 series of electric generators will go on sale from March 20 at home product centers throughout Japan. Fitted with a multi-purpose 4-cycle OHC engine, these handy machines are ideal for generating electricity around the home, at outdoor events, or during light-duty nighttime operations.
The EN2100 series features the Honda GC160 4-cycle OHC engine, launched in August 1997. Featuring an internal timing belt, the GC160 starts smoothly and runs quietly. Displaying the superior fuel efficiency that is a typical advantage of 4-cycle engines, the GC160 also contains an exceptionally large 10.6-liter fuel tank, providing up to 10.3 hours of continuous operation (JL-model).
- Fitted with the Honda GC160 4-cycle OHC engine with internal timing belt, EN2100 achieved the following;
- Low fuel consumption and the GC160's exhaust emissions are well below the values stipulated in CARB (California Air Resources Board) and EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) regulations.
- A mechanical decompressor guarantees smooth starting.
- Oil alert as a standard feature prevents engine from overheating.
- A simplified design with all alternator controls in a single box makes it light and compact.
EN2100 with large-size fuel tank attached
EN2100 standard model
Domestic annual sales target: 3,000 units
|Standard output (kVA)
||condenser compensation type
||4-cycle single-cylinder OHC
with forced-air cooling system
|Total displacement (cc)
|Maximum output (PS)
|Continuous operation time (hr)
|Fuel tank volume (l)
|Total length/width/height (mm)
||540 x 444 x 439
|Dry weight (kg)
|Noise level dB (A) 7 m