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Yahama EF7200E Petrol Generator



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Product Description

EF7200E Features

  • Digital multi-function meter display

    Displays cumulative running time (hours) and voltage.

  • Economy Idle switch

    Increased fuel economy and reduced noise

  • Wax pellet type automatic choke

    Increased reliability

  • 4-stroke OHV engine

    Compact size, high power, low fuel consumption & low noise level.

  • Oil warning system

    Engine stops automatically when oil level(pressure) has fallen bellow the prescribed level.

  • Non-fuse breaker

    Easier 'on' & 'off' of AC output with circuit breaker.

  • Frame

    Easy to carry & solid protection.

  • Fuel gauge

    Fuel level confirmation at a glance.

Technical Specifications

Type Brushless, Condenser Comensation, Synchronous AC Generator/ Single Phase
Frequency (Hz) 50
Rated output (KVA) 5kva/220V 50Hz
Max. output (KVA) 6kva/220v 50Hz
Type MZ360LHIMR: 358cc, 4-Stroke OHV Forced Air-Cooled with Automatic Low Oil Cut Out System
Starting system Electric requires battery
L*W*H (mm) 670*520*565 (with battery tray)
Dry Weight (kg) 93
Fuel tank capacity 26 ltr
Operating hours (Hr) 8 hrs on 26 ltr fuel tank at rated output
Noise Level 71.5dbA at 7m
Cell Motor Yes
Voltage regulator A.V.R
Auto Choke Yes
Economy Idle Yes
Fuel level gauge Yes
Voltage meter Digital
Hour meter Digital
Oil level warning lamp Yes
Fuel Cut Yes
Wheel Kit Optional
Remote Control Kit Optional
AC Plug Yes


[Optional Item#1] Engine Oil for Start-up Checking 1000
[Optional Item#2] Battery : Genuine Already Include
[Optional Item#3] Natural Gas Conversion Kit 2,500
[Optional Item#4] Four Wheels Kit with locking System 3,000

Latest Original “YAMAHA” Brand Petrol Generator:
Model : EF7200E
Max. Power : 6.0 kVA
Rated Power : 5.0 kVA
Voltage : 220 volts, Single phase, 50 Hz., P.F.: 1.0
Starting System : Electric Start (Ignition / Key Start)
Fuel Capacity : 28 litres Dry Weight : 93 kg.
Dimensions : L x W x H 670 x 535 x 565 mm
Fuel Consumption: 2.5 ltrs/hr. on full load
Noise Level : 71 dBA (@7m) (Lowest in its category)
New & Improved MZ360 (358 cc, OHV air-cooled) Engine
Brushless Alternator with Exciter Winding & AVR
with Digital Multi-Function Display Meter which shows:
 Running Time (hours) and Voltage
with Large Muffler for Super Quite Operation
New Improved High-strength single-unit & thicker frame
with New Wax Pellet type Auto Choke & Solenoid Valve
with Economy Idle System for fuel saving
with Auto Decompressor Technology
with Soft Stop Function (protects engine from ceasing)
New Compact Design – Original (YUASA) Battery included


Until 2014 when, true to form, Yamaha released the EF7200E and shook up the market once again. This 6kVA petrol generator has a long-range fuel tank and serious power, superseding the previous 5.5kVA EF6600E generator providing more power for the same price.

And while we’re talking about price – you can get the Yamaha EF7200E for around $500 cheaper than the Honda EG5500CXS.

So which should you choose?

Let’s dive into the features and specs to find out:

Power Up: The Yamaha has a rated output of 5kVA and maximum output of 6kVA, which is some serious power. The Honda is only slightly less powerful, delivering 5kVA continuous power but only 5.5kVA maximum power.

Weigh In: At 88kg, the Honda is lighter than the Yamaha at 96kg, but this is expected given the greater power capacity of the Yamaha .

Quiet Please: When it comes to noise, there’s not much in it as both the Honda and Yamaha sit around the low 70dBA level. Honda says they have included a large ‘silent’ muffler and anti-vibration engine mounts for reduced noise and vibration levels. But the Yamaha is still slightly quieter at 71dBA compared to the Honda’s 72dBA. Not much in it overall.

Fuel Factor: The Yamaha has a larger fuel tank of 28 litres compared to the Honda’s 24-litre fuel tank. And this makes a huge difference in performance. With better fuel efficiency, the Yamaha EF7200E will operate continuously for 11 hours while the Honda will grind to a halt at 7.7 hours. This is a massive difference when you’re relying on the generator for power on the farm, trade site, home backup or at an event.

Added Extras: A fuel gauge and easy electric start system feature on both generators, as well as recoil pull-start as back up. The Honda has engine protection with AC/DC circuit breakers and oil alert, plus an easy to use control panel featuring 15 amp sockets, 8.3 amp battery charger and circuit breaker. The Yamaha boasts a digital multi-function metre display displaying cumulative running time and voltage, fuel level gauge, low oil level warning and more.

The new Yamaha EF7200E generator is packed with additional features and is very popular for home and business backup

The new Yamaha EF7200E generator is packed with additional features and is very popular for home and business backup

Warranty & Support: Both Honda and Yamaha generators come with a one-year commercial warranty and four-year domestic warranty as standard. Both brands are also supported by extensive national service networks.

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