The generator on the Interstate 19 produces 2,500 Watts (or 20 Amps) of power and runs on LP gas.
The generator is equipped with an Automatic Generator Start System (AGS). The purpose of an AGS system is to automatically start (and run) the generator when the 12-volt electrical system (house batteries) drops to a pre-determined level. The AGS can be enabled to monitor the house battery bank and when it reaches a certain level, the generator will automatically start, sending a charge to your batteries. This protects the system so that your batteries will not go down further. Once the batteries receive a sufficient amount of charge, the generator will automatically turn off. If you are in a location for an extended period of time, this can help protect the battery bank when shore power is not available. You may also have the ability to set predetermined times so that it will not start during the night or during posted quiet times in a campground.
This user guide video provides more information on the generator's use and maintenance.