Like TitanMike, I purchased a Renolgy 2000 watt Pure sine inverter. I am very pleased with it so far, and the microwave runs cool and quiet, just like it does on shore power. The ability to hard wire a plug is a very nice feature that I used to wire up a 30 amp RV plug. What does the OP intend to do with his inverter? I would recommend using an inverter bigger than the expected current. For example, my microwave uses about 1350 watts,so theoretically I could get by on a good 1500 watt inverter. I went bigger so that when the inverter is running, it’s closer to the middle of its output range. IMHO, it will run cooler and last longer that way. Jay
Old Rv 2016 Rockwood 2504s.
Old TV: 2014 Silverado 1500 double cab.
New RV 2020 Jayco 24RBS
New TV 2020 2500HD gas.