Hello all! My wife and I will be opening a trailer with a new ice cream concept. We are planning to renovate a vintage shasta. I will be gutting it and redoing everything. I'm confident in every part of this reno except the electrical. While I've worked with electrical before, I've never had to deal with generator power. I know I need 4500 watts (fridge, hot press, AC, plus some lights and plugs). All of my appliances can run 120v, but I'll need at least 40 amps for everything. I am planning to buy this generator: www.amazon.com/dp/B01N80F68E/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_--Gyzb685M143 It's supposed to be very quiet, which is very important.
It has more than enough watts, but not enough amps coming from one outlet. Here are the solutions that I've come up with, but I need some help choosing which will work best, if any. I'm also extremely open to suggestions,
1. Is there a cord that can run from 2 outlets (one 30 and one 20 amp) from the generator to 1 inlet (50 amp) on the trailer (which will go to a breaker box)? 2. Should I install two inlets and breaker boxes? One for the 30 amp (to run fridge and AC) and one for the 20 amp (for everything else)? 3. Is there a way to hardwire from the generator's 30 amp and 20 amp outlets to one breaker box to create 50 amps? 4. Should I just get this generator that has a 50 amp outlet (even though it's not nearly as quiet): www.amazon.com/dp/B01A0TLDY2/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_zkHyzbM3JXN87