Can I charge these battery packs from an inverter (to utilize solar power)?

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I like the idea of being eco-friendly and would like to utilize a solar-system to "farm" power for my new EGO machines.  Before I plug my super-charger (the fast one) into my inverter, I want to be sure no damage will occur.  

These chargers say 550 watts on them.  As long as my inverter supplies enough current for them, would everything be kosher to power them this way?  Would I need a "PURE SINE WAVE" inverter should I do this, or would MODIFIED sine waves work just as well?  

Is there any reason why this may not be a good idea?  Thanks.
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Thanks for your question. We recommend that you use a pure sine wave inverter. Please come back and let us know how it’s working for you!  We're sorry for the delay in our response.  We were double checking some facts internally to be sure we gave you the best response possible.
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