Originally Posted by NotReady4Purple
No Battery backup but the ability to disconnect from the grid plus a very small generator to power the DC to AC converter.
Interesting combination. Seems it should work for a few circuits anyway. We went with the battery backup, and a subpanel in the house that provides power from the backup to one outlet in each room, plus the fridge, the freezer in the garage, the range (to light the burners), a light in the kitchen, and to the furnaces. We will not have A/C in the event of an extended power failure, but we can live with that. The battery backup allows the inverters to continue working and charging the batteries. The one problem remaining is that we are on well water...and I have no way to power it. I had a manual pump put in, but it only worked the first day, and have not been able to get it fixed.