The control panel has a variety of outlets for maximum compatibility, and includes 4x120v household GFCI outlets, 1x120v 30A twist lock outlet, 1x120v/240v 30A outlet, and 1x240v 50A outlet. There is a digital voltmeter so you can keep track of output and maintenance hours. Knowing how long the generator has been used for is an important feature because it will remind you about required maintenance schedules. This should ensure you enjoy a longer useful life from the unit.
The XP15000E has a key-operated electric starter. DuroMax do not offer a remote key fob starter option on any of their portable generators, for example like Westinghouse, because owners are required to adjust the choke manually on their models.
A manual recoil pull starter is provided as well and can be used to start the generator in case the battery has become discharged after, for example, a long period of storage. Also, a switch on the control panel allows you to charge the battery when running the generator. But it may be worth buying a trickle charger to keep the battery alive when it's either in store and not in use.
The XP15000E can be used with your RV, but you'll need to check if an adapter
is needed to make the connection.
Like most, if not all, portable generators this model has a sensor to shut the engine down when detecting the oil level is too low to operate safely. It also prevents you from starting the generator until you top up the oil.
Every DuroMax generator is EPA certified and CARB compliant, which qualifies them to be used in all 50 US states.
You can see a copy of the manual for this model here
.Because of the real dangers of carbon monoxide poisoning, take note that this model is not equipped with a CO sensor that can detect dangerous levels in its vicinity.