I have a multi-fuel generator rated for 7.5KW on gasoline, 5.5KW on natural gas.
It has a 30A circuit breaker that will trip if demand exceeds capacity on gasoline
I would like to understand in some detail what happens if demand exceeds capacity on natural gas. The manufacturer says the breaker will trip. Is that right? How will a 30A breaker trip at what should be around 22A at max power on NG?
Common advice on some other forums is that the generator will overheat. Will it? Neither the engine nor alternator are running at the actual full power capacity designed for gasoline.
Will voltage drop? Presumably this could harm anything powered by it ... not just sensitive electronics but anything.
Any insights much appreciated.