Unlike most microwaves that cycle the power between no heat and full power, this model uses inverter technology, which provides a continuous stream of power that cooks large portions of food faster and more consistently.
You'll need storage batteries and a charge controller, as well as an inverter that will convert the DC power from the batteries into the AC power necessary to run your home or office.
This current is drawn away from the panels and converted by an inverter from DC (direct current) to AC (alternating current).
This 1.2 cubic foot oven also uses inverter technology and includes a handy cooking sensor.
Panasonic utilizes a proprietary inverter technology to increase efficiency.