LsFarm wrote:ON the Cheap: [which will pay back the soonest]
Find a UPS on Ebay, 1500w + they sell cheap when the batteries go bad
Install Marine Deep cycle batteries to the UPS
Use some solar panels to keep the batteries charged if you want.
When/if the power goes out, your stoker doesn't
Use your generator as needed to recharge the batteries
This won't replace online electric power, but will provide backup power, and if
you used the stored power in the UPS batteries every week or so, and recharged
them only with solar panels you would get some savings.
that will work great. you dont even worry about the batteries fitting in the ups you mount them in a battery box.
a couple of 8d's will run your stoker for a while
that and a honda 2k gen/inverter and your good to go