Does anyone have one of these attached to their equipment for power outtages? I was looking at one to run my pump and my heater....the two pieces of equipment I consider absolutely critical to run my tank. But the rated wattage for many of these units just seems too low to accommodate my equipment, and the higher the rated the wattage, the higher the cost. Most models also seem to offer estimates of about an hour of available power, depending on the attached equipment. What would I do if the outtage lasted longer than an hour, or drained the unit in less time than the estimate?\n \nI am almost thinking the money would be wiser spent on a small, portable generator, which would run on gas and could handle a more demanding power load. Downside is, I would have to be home to manually connect the equipment and turn on the generator. We don't often get outtages here, and when we do, they are usually short lived. That being said, I also don't want to be caught off gaurd and lose my entire tank. I plan to run a few "fire drills" to be prepared. Am I being paranoid?? Thousands of dollars invested in this tank would say otherwise! :mrgreen: Anyone have any thoughts?