Has anyone heard what the power rating would be on the 240v output? We recently had solar installed but did not opt to add battery storage. So if the power goes out, even during the day, we don't have power because the inverters are grid tied and need incoming power to be active. The thought was power goes out so rarely for us (maybe a handful of times over the last 15 years and not for more than a few hours at most) the value wasn't there. Better option for an emergency would be a small generator. I have reservation for tri-motor and pack on that should be ~200kWh, equivalent to ~14 Powerwalls, plenty of capacity. I would add a rearrange the configuration, add cutoff, etc. as necessary, then could run the inverters off the truck's 240. Probably minimal drain during the day as solar would provide power then. Just run critical circuits overnight if there was an extended outage. Does that seem feasible?