This has been a super interesting thread. For those of you that are powering multiple devices in your house (including gas heat), do you directly connect the AC side of the inverter to a 15A/120V breaker on the home electrical panel and switch off most of the remaining circuit breakers to keep under 1500 watts? If so, what kind of cord do you use? A plain old extension cord with exposed three wires (hot, neutral, ground) connected directly to the breaker/ground?
Edit: I did a little more research and it appears I can feed current "backwards" using a modified dual male extension cord that's plugged into one of my garage outlets. At least that's what this neckbeard told me on YouTube.
2017 Bolt EV LT, Sierra White
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