Looks like just a (large) compact UPS with built in usb chargers and an inverter that is charged by a solar panel.
That was my impression as well. Now if something like that was based around a Hydrogen fuel cell, it would be very useful.Imperf3kt wrote: ↑Mon Nov 04, 2019 4:01 amLooks like just a (large) compact UPS with built in usb chargers and an inverter that is charged by a solar panel.
I think it a stretch to call it a "generator"
The "traditional" solution for that situation is a line conditioner. I once solved a similar problem for a modem bank with line conditioners. My boss had never heard of them. UPSes were too much for his discretionary budget, but a pair of line conditioners weren't.We have a very similar thing where I work, essentially an encased SLA battery with mains charging and built in voltage regulation used for filtering the power that runs the computer systems and sensors due to the very noisy environment (due to dozens of very high power electric motors)