It runs on 13.8 volts. Any portable supply will work if it supports a standard 
100 watt transceiver like a K3 or TS 480. 


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> On Sep 20, 2016, at 12:48 PM, Phil Hystad <phys...@mac.com> wrote:
> 
> I use my KX3 primarily for operating portable at various locations, usually 
> outside but not always.  Sometimes, I do have grid supplied power, most other 
> times I do not.  Usually I operate using two LiFePo batteries which usually 
> gives me all the QRP power I need for a few hours.
> 
> But, I am considering QRO which to me means 100 watts and therefore I am 
> thinking of buying a KXPA100.  But, where to plug in when there is no outlet.
> 
> I could get more beefy LiFePo batteries but I am also considering a small 
> portable generator.  I could use power from my pickup truck and I have done 
> that before but I am not always within power cord length from the truck.  So, 
> I am thinking of a generator.
> 
> Ideally I would like one that is RFI quiet and I have no idea if they exist 
> as I have never operated off of a generator.  Something small (1 KW) and 
> highly portable.
> 
> Therefore:  can someone who has used such generators give a recommendation 
> and also comment on whether RFI is a problem or not with these portable 
> generators.  For example, Honda makes a 1600 watt model that looks reasonable 
> (EU2000i).
> 
> Thanks.
> 
> 73, phil, K7PEH
> 
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