Can you use a parallel cord between two ego 2,000 wat inverters

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Would it be possible to us a parallel cord to get more watts out of it... if you have two ego 2000 watt inverters and use a parallel cord Could you get up to 4,000 watts with a surge of 6,000 you can do this with a lot of small gas inverters why not with this..
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Pretty sure there is no way to parallel 2 units. That would be a nice feature. Word is out that these are going to be solar compatible so maybe they will also have parallel compatibility if not with this update maybe the next.
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interesting that it's possible with gas inverters. Do they have a specific feature that allows this? As this is an AC output, without the units being connected together to sync their output, I don't know how else you could guarantee the two outputs would be in sync.
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It's a very common feature in most gasoline powered generators. They use a parallel cable that plugs in to both generators. I don't know the "mechanics" behind it, but you can get 4KW out of 2 gas powered 2KW inverter generators (6KW from 2x3, etc...). This is a very common way people who travel with RVs get enough juice to power their RVs plus air conditioners but keep weight down since a 2KW generator is much lighter than most 3 KW generators. That is to say, people who camp where there are no electric hookups.