The control panel is basic but functional and contains a minimum of switches and controls. Like many of its competitors, there is no fuel gauge, making it harder to know how much fuel is left. Nor is there an hour meter to monitor total run time hours to help you keep to the specified maintenance schedules.
This model is equipped with what the company call QPT - Quiet Power Technology. This is essentially another name for an Eco mode, like that fitted to comparable inverters. It adapts engine speed automatically for quieter operation, uses less fuel when fewer items are connected and helps to extend engine life.
There is a limited set of receptacles for some basic essentials, including a dual USB adapter. As an inverter, the power output is clean and free from fluctuations, so you won't have any problems connecting your delicate electronics.
You can connect this model in parallel, but only to another P2400 or a P3000. If you go down this route note that you'll have to use Briggs & Stratton's proprietary connectors.
The manual for the P2400 can be seen here
This is one of the few generators to incorporate a carbon monoxide protection, which the company call CO Guard™ Carbon Monoxide Shutdown. The technology automatically shuts down the generator when it detects harmful levels of carbon monoxide accumulating in the generator's operating area. On the face of it, this is a useful addition, but it doesn't mean that you are free to operate it anything other than in the open air.