Does the EGO use a Pure Sine Wave Inverter that is suitable for sensitive electronics ??

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This one does.

The smaller one is only a square wave inverter.
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Yes, the Nexus power station (big one that takes up to 4 batteries) is pure sine wave, while the small cheap one (Nexus escape) you plug into a single battery is a square wave inverter (and provides a lot fewer watts).
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Yes, only the Nexus power station. I have one that will come in quite handy for power outages that last for a day or so. I also have a dual fuel generator if the power will be out for longer.
This is my primary use, however it can be used for recreation and many things on the go. I like that it is silent, safe and allows me to put those expensive batteries to work.