As to be expected from such a powerful generator, the WGen7500 has a comprehensive control panel featuring Yellow Touch Points for easy operation, and a digital display that cycles through Volts, Frequency, and Lifetime Hours. But it doesn't have LEDs for low oil, output ready and overload.
The panel houses an electric Start/Stop push button, plus you have the useful benefit of a remote key fob. There is also a manual recoil cord to start the generator in case of, for example, a dead battery.
For external connections there are 2xDuplex 120v GFCI 5-20R and 1x120v/240v L14-30R Transfer Switch Ready outlets. You can connect the latter outlet directly to your home through a manual transfer switch to power much, if not all, of your house. A better DIY solution is available as it is one of Westinghouse's models that has a dedicated Smart Switch Outlet. This allows you to connect a Westinghouse Automatic Transfer Switch
without the need to hire a professional.
Circuit breakers provide overload protection, and rubber covers are included on all the outlets to give added protection from the environment. Unlike the WGen7500DF, there are no USB ports on this model.
At 50% load the generator runs for up to 11 hours on its 6.6 gallon gasoline fuel tank. A fuel gauge is located on the top of the generator near the fuel cap.
A low oil level sensor stops the engine, and prevents it from starting again, when it detects the level is too low safe operation.
With EPA certification and CARB Compliance the WGen7500 can be used in all 50 states.
Here is the WGen7500 manual
for more information of the generator and its operation.