It's 300W per the owners manual. I didn't look at voltage with the gear running, I only had a short window for a ride. I quickly wired in a battery tender cable and used a small SAE/Coax adapter with that. It worked OK, but I need more length to be able to stand. I'll probably run the cable up by the key, I've seen some pictures of bikes with powerlet sockets there. I won't go to that trouble without seeing how the BRP/Scotts Damper mounts, but I'm going to wait a bit for that. It was mid 30s, I ran my Warm N Safe jacket and Gerbing gloves. They were plenty hot, and the bike seemed fine. EDIT -> The 2016 and 2017 manual both show 300W, so no change there. The 2016 690 Enduro R and the 2016 Duke (new engine) both show 224. There's nothing about the Husky that draws more power, so it seems like an extra 76 watts is available for customer use relative to the Orange versions. There's lots of reports of people running jacket and gloves on the Orange bikes without issue.