HONDA’s New Power Generator, Powered by Home-use Butane Canisters
Honda unveiled its all new ENEPO EU9iGB power generator, which is powered by easy accessible home-use butane canisters. This is the second power product by Honda, first being the Pianta FV200 rotary tiller which incidentally is also powered by home-use butane canisters. The newly developed ENEPO EU9iGB features a compact design, offering output of 900 VA. The ENEPO EU9iGB comes with Honda’s original high-speed multi-polar alternator generation system as well as sine wave inverter, so that it can be used to power fragile equipment such as PCs, general lighting, power tools, and other household appliances using 900 W or less electricity.
The ENEPO EU9iGB comes with a fold-down handle making it easy to push or pull with one hand, along with packaging that makes it simple to stow away and store. The ENEPO EU9iGB is really intended for outdoor use though, offering a 10 percent lower Co2 emission in comparison to gasoline-powered generators offering identical output. Loading the butane canister on the ENEPO EU9iGB is simple the user just need to align the tip of the canister with the arrow on the fuel loading port. A sensor lever will prevent any misalignment, helping the user to lock a canister tip in place with a single motion and fastening lever to allow user to position and load two canisters at the same time. This easy to use and operate as well as smart and slim design ENEPO EU9iGB will go on sale on May 13th throughout Japan at various Honda dealers.