The control panel is one of the most comprehensive you'll come across, with yellow touch points to guide you to its essential features. It has a digital Data Center LED display giving you information on Volts, Frequency, and Lifetime Run Hours. And a simple dial allows you to easily switch from gasoline to propane.
A push button electric start/stop, which you can pair with the remote key fob, allows you to easily start the generator. The unit also has a manual pull recoil mechanism which you can use, for example, if the battery is discharged.
The receptacles include 2xGFCI 5-20R 120v 20 Amp household duplex outlets, 1xTransfer Switch Ready L14-30R 120v/240v 30 Amp twist-lock, and 1x 120v/240v 50 Amp 14-50R receptacle, with protective rubber outlet covers. Unlike the WGen9500 this model doesn't have any USB ports. To take full advantage of the outlets you'll need appropriate extensions and adapters
While the installation of a transfer switch requires the services of a professional electrician, Westinghouse offer an optional Smart Transfer Switch
which you can connect yourself to automatically switch the grid's supply to your portable generator's power.
There is a fuel gauge next to the fuel cap on the top of the generator.
There is no economy mode, nor are there warning LED indicators for overload, low oil or output ready. However, a low oil level sensor stops the engine when it detects the level is too low for safe operation.
With EPA Certification and CARB Compliance, you can operate the WGen9500DF in all 50 states.
Like all of Westinghouse's generator product line, this is backed by a 3-year limited warranty (residential) and Lifetime Technical Support.
Here is the WGen9500DF manual
for this model if you'd like to know more about it.