Hi, all! I have a Harman Accentra 52i-TC insert, and my only other heating is electric/mini-splits. Like many people, I'm worried about the potential for increased frequency/duration of power outages, and abrupt power loss to the stove with its risk of smoke infiltration into the house. I've seen lots of discussion here (and elsewhere online) about backup systems such as batteries, UPS's, and generators. I already have an old Surefire Stove Sentry 502 battery/inverter system which was installed for use with a Whitfield Advantage stove and is now connected to the Harman. (BTW I'm not clear how this differs from a high output UPS.) This has worked fine after replacing the marine battery, and should run the stove for a few hours, especially if I set it to constant burn/ignitor off mode. I'm looking to buy a 2000-2500W portable inverter generator to extend the stove backup time, and to have to ability to power my fridge, laptop, and some LED lights. My question is this: after firing up the inverter generator, could I just plug the Stove Sentry into it? This seems simpler than plugging the stove into the generator, and would recharge the backup battery too so it's topped off when I need it again (like when the generator has to be refueled). Wondering if anyone has tried this or knows a reason it wouldn't work. Thanks!