Power outage

<h2>Emergency generator – well prepared for power failures and blackouts</h2>
Many people fear that there could be longer power outages or widespread blackouts. Even if the risk appears low, it cannot be completely ruled out, even by experts. Here it is important to be prepared for emergencies, because without electricity you can neither cook nor use the refrigerator. The internet and the phone no longer work either. In the worst case, the entire infrastructure is at risk. So make provisions in good time and make yourself independent of the power grid. With an <strong>emergency generator from Ration1.de</strong> this is very possible.
<h2>Emergency power unit or emergency power generator – versatile</h2>
Emergency generators are a good choice wherever there is no access to the power grid. This not only applies in the event of a power failure, but also when camping, in the workshop, in a mobile home or in the garden. In principle, an emergency power generator can be operated with petrol or diesel. Both variants have their advantages and disadvantages. A small emergency power generator from Ration1.de has an output of 1000 watts. If that is not enough, a variant with 1900 watts is also available. <strong>An emergency generator should never be stationed in closed rooms, but only outdoors</strong>. Otherwise there is a risk of suffocation from the escaping gases!
<h2>Diesel emergency generator – petrol emergency generator</h2>
Emergency generators are electrical machines that convert energy into electricity. They then deliver this current via the connections (e.g. 230 volts). Ration1.de’s emergency power generators are powered by a petrol engine. The 1000 watt model has a 2-stroke engine, while the 1900 watt model has a 4-stroke engine.

An emergency generator with petrol is well suited for short and medium-term power failures. In addition, an emergency generator with petrol can be started very easily at low temperatures. These are ideal conditions for use in the cold season. In addition, an emergency generator with petrol is usually much quieter than an emergency generator with diesel. The increased fuel consumption can have a disadvantageous effect. If longer power outages are to be bridged, an emergency generator with diesel is usually the better choice. It is suitable for continuous operation and very powerful. However, the noise level is high and starting at low temperatures is not as good as with a petrol emergency generator.
<h2>Emergency generator with inverter – connect the emergency generator to the home network</h2>
Every Ration1.de emergency power generator is equipped with inverter technology. This allows a constant voltage to be generated with an inverter. If you would like to connect an emergency generator to the house network, this is usually possible without any problems. However, you should not do this yourself, but hire a professional. You can store the electricity that you have generated with the emergency generator in a variety of ways. This is possible, for example, in a power bank, a power station or a car battery.