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Pulsar PG7500B VS. Briggs and Stratton PRO5000

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Winner:

Briggs and Stratton PRO5000

Reasons to buy Briggs and Stratton PRO5000:

  • button icon Up to 13 hours of run time on ½ load
  • button icon Engine can produce 10 foot pounds of torque
  • button icon Uses an hour meter to monitor gas levels
  • button icon Has a 25% more power surge alternator
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Runners Up:

Pulsar PG7500B

Reasons to buy Pulsar PG7500B :

  • button icon  inbuilt with 3 in 1 automatic voltage regulation,
  • button icon 2 drop down handles
  • button icon 13 hours of running hours
  • button icon 7500 watts and 6000 watts of starting and running power
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summary Review:

PERFORMANCE:
WINNER :

Briggs and Stratton PRO5000

  • Portable
  • Starting Watts
  • Running Stats
  • RV Ready
  • Gas Powered
  • Run Time on Full Tank
  • Recoil Start
  • Electric Start
  • FUEL TYPE
  • AMPERAGE
  • VOLTAGE
  • FREQUENCY
  • HORSEPOWER
  • ENGINE TYPE
  • ENGINE SPEED
  • CARB Compliant
  • CSA Certified
  • EPA Certified
  • Easy to Start
  • Fuel Tank Capacity (Gasoline)
  • Runtime (Gasoline)
  • Low Oil Shut-Off
  • Air Cooled
  • Engine Capacity
  • Noise Level (dBA)
  • Multi-Purpose
  • Heavy Duty
  • Framed for Durability
  • Starting method
DESIGN:
WINNER :

Briggs and Stratton PRO5000

  • Open Frame
  • Outlets
  • Portable
  • Weight
  • Wheel type
  • Handle style
  • Warranty
  • Included Accessories
SAFETY:
WINNER :

Briggs and Stratton PRO5000

  • Low Oil Indicator
  • Low oil shutdown
  • Noise Level
CONCLUSION
WINNER :

Briggs and Stratton PRO5000

  • Pros
  • Cons
Comparison Winner
Briggs and Stratton PRO5000

Reasons why we like it:

  • Portable
  • Starting Watts
  • Running Stats
  • RV Ready
  • Gas Powered
  • Run Time on Full Tank
  • Recoil Start
  • Electric Start
  • FUEL TYPE
  • AMPERAGE
  • VOLTAGE
  • FREQUENCY
  • HORSEPOWER
  • ENGINE TYPE
  • ENGINE SPEED
  • CARB Compliant
  • CSA Certified
  • EPA Certified
  • Easy to Start
  • Fuel Tank Capacity (Gasoline)
  • Runtime (Gasoline)
  • Low Oil Shut-Off
  • Air Cooled
  • Engine Capacity
  • Noise Level (dBA)
  • Multi-Purpose
  • Heavy Duty
  • Framed for Durability
  • Starting method
  • Open Frame
  • Outlets
  • Portable
  • Weight
  • Wheel type
  • Handle style
  • Warranty
  • Included Accessories
  • Low Oil Indicator
  • Low oil shutdown
  • Noise Level
  • Pros
  • Cons
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COMPARISON – Pulsar PG7500B VS. Briggs and Stratton PRO5000

PERFORMANCE:

Portable

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton PRO5000
No

Yes

4 wheels for portability during movement

Starting Watts

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton PRO5000
No

Yes

6250 of starting watts

Running Stats

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton PRO5000
No

Yes

5000 running watts

RV Ready

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton PRO5000
No

Yes

Built with 4 wheels and multiple outlets – this generator is RV ready

Gas Powered

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton PRO5000
No

Yes

Gas powered

Run Time on Full Tank

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton PRO5000
No

Yes

Runs 13 hours on 1/2 load – ideal for long hour use

Recoil Start

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton PRO5000
No

Yes

recoil starts

Electric Start

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton PRO5000
No

Yes

is fast and user friendly

Dual Fuel

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton PRO5000
No

No

FUEL TYPE

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton PRO5000
No

Yes

Uses gasoline

AMPERAGE

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton PRO5000
No

Yes

21 Amps

VOLTAGE

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton PRO5000
No

Yes

120/240 on a single phase

FREQUENCY

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton PRO5000
No

Yes

60 Hertz

HORSEPOWER

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton PRO5000
No

Yes

N/A

ENGINE TYPE

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton PRO5000
No

Yes

Vanguard OHV 305cc Engine

ENGINE SPEED

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton PRO5000
No

Yes

3600 RPM

CARB Compliant

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton PRO5000
No

Yes

N/A

CSA Certified

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton PRO5000
No

Yes

Rated according to CSA standards

EPA Certified

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton PRO5000
No

Yes

N/A

Cold Start Technology

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton PRO5000
No

No

Easy to Start

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton PRO5000
No

Yes

Yes it is easy to start – uses a one touch starting method. Also has a recoil backup to start

Fuel Tank Capacity (Gasoline)

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton PRO5000
No

Yes

7 gallons of fuel

Suggested Tank Size (Propane)

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton PRO5000
No

No

Runtime (Gasoline)

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton PRO5000
No

Yes

Takes 13 hours of nonstop runtime on a 1/2 load

Runtime (Propane)

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton PRO5000
No

No

Low Oil Shut-Off

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton PRO5000
No

Yes

Contains low oil shut off – once the hour meter indicates little time remaining generator automatically shuts down.

Air Cooled

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton PRO5000
No

Yes

N/A

Engine Capacity

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton PRO5000
No

Yes

305 cc – can produce up to 10 foot pounds of torque

Voltmeter

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton PRO5000
No

No

Noise Level (dBA)

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton PRO5000
No

Yes

N/A

Multi-Purpose

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton PRO5000
No

Yes

Perfect for multi-purpose. For camps, tailgating, homes and sites

Heavy Duty

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton PRO5000
No

Yes

Features a power surge alternator – able to operate many large appliances at a go

Solar Generator

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton PRO5000
No

No

Framed for Durability

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton PRO5000
No

Yes

Generator has been framed for durability

Starting method

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton PRO5000
No

Yes

Both electric and recoil starting method

Briggs and Stratton PRO5000

DESIGN:

Open Frame

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton PRO5000
No

Yes

Yes it is built with an open frame

Outlets

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton PRO5000
No

Yes

(2) 120-volt 20-amp outlets, (1) 120-volt 30-amp locking outlet, (1) 120/240-volt 30-amp locking outlet, (1) 12-Volt 10-amp DC outlet

Portable

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton PRO5000
No

Yes

Requires minimal effort to be moved to various locations

Weight

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton PRO5000
No

Yes

200 pounds

Wheel type

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton PRO5000
No

Yes

Up to 4 large Never Flat Wheels .Ease transportation on both sides. Have locking brakes

Handle style

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton PRO5000
No

Yes

Drop down handle style – remains down when not in use

Warranty

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton PRO5000
No

Yes

Lasts 2 years from purchase

Dimensions (LxWxH, inches)

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton PRO5000
No

No

Included Accessories

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton PRO5000
No

Yes

Comes with an internal trickle and float charger Internal

Briggs and Stratton PRO5000

SAFETY:

Low Oil Indicator

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton PRO5000
No

Yes

Hour meter – checks the gas level and turns off on low oil

Low oil shutdown

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton PRO5000
No

Yes

Generator shuts down when oil is low in fuel tank

Noise Level

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton PRO5000
No

Yes

Super Lo – tone – minimizes the noise and lessens the vibration power produced

Briggs and Stratton PRO5000

CONCLUSION

Pros

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton PRO5000
No

Yes

- Can provide a clean and instant power for appliances and multiple electronics during power shortage - Attached with a 2 year warranty to guard against defects and workmanship - Has a 305 cc powerful engine that easily handles tough jobs - Features a full GFCI protection that works as circuit breakers for the engine - Low oil automatic shut down can extend the battery life - Delivers a total of 13 hours after a 1/2 load - Large tank capacity of 7 gallons – reduces the refill frequency - Up to 4 never flat wheels to ease movement during transportation - Uses the quick electric restart and traditional recoil method - Created for multi-purpose operation like at sites, camps and homes - It has been built with an open frame and also framed for durability - Features a super lo tone muffler that lessens the noise and reduces on the vibration during operation - Comes with an automatic voltage regulation system that produces 25% more surge wattage to simplify start up - Uses a drop down handle to pull and it can be stored easily - Meets all the standards of CSA certification - Appropriate dimensions for storage - 34 x 27 x 26 inches - Additional accessories of internal trickle charger and a float charger

Cons

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton PRO5000
No

Yes

- Does not have a cold start technology - Is not a solar generator - Wheels cannot climb over stairs or other highly raised surfaces - Doesn’t use propane to run - Not voltage meter

Briggs and Stratton PRO5000

Overall Winner

Briggs and Stratton PRO5000 Check price here....

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