The controls are well-laid out in a Quick Touch Panel. The receptacles include a 120v 30A RV (TT-30R), two 120v 20A household outlets (5-20R) and a 12v DC automotive-style socket. There is no automatic voltage regulation on the 12v outlet. The unit also comes with a dual USB adapter and battery-charging cables. The 120v 30A outlet is for direct connection to your RV with an appropriate cable extension
There is no electric start on this model, just a manual recoil cord.
An Economy Mode uses Champion's Quiet Technology and Extended Runtime. This monitors power draw and adjusts engine speed according to the load, thereby reducing noise and improving fuel economy. It also promotes a longer engine life.
The 100302 doesn't have an hour meter or fuel gauge. However, there are warning lights for low oil level and overload, plus a light to indicate the unit's readiness. The engine will cut out if the oil level is too low and refuse to start until you have added more.
The generator runs continuously for about 17 hours at 25% load on its 2.9-gallon tank.
On this model, you have to drain any residual fuel in the carburetor after stopping the engine and before storing the unit. Taking such action prevents the problem of stale fuel gumming up the carburetor, which will stop the generator from starting however hard you pull the cord.
Champion offer a 3-year limited warranty and free lifetime technical support.
You can see the manual for this generator here
.WARNING: The generator does NOT have a carbon monoxide (CO) sensor.