Has anyone used a more 'square wave' inverter with a Leaf?
I went into this wanting to output the cleanest AC I could.
Square wave units are not that much less $$.
So many things now have sensitive microprocessor control circuitry, and are really easily fried by square waves.
I think my toaster has a processor, and I know my oil heater has a solid state timer in it.
I suppose a sump pump, or a filament type light bulb will eat what you feed it, but I didn't want to limit myself in case I wanted to power up something to entertain the Kids that says SONY on the side of it