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I would recommend obtaining and thoroughly reading the installation manual before purchase. I don't see a link for it so that raises flags for me. An all-in-one unit does seem appealing but if anything goes wrong or doesn't work as intended then you have to replace the whole shebang.
30A on the AC side using an inverter is close to 400A (with losses) on the DC side. (unless you meant that you need 30A is pass through only while on shore power) That's an enormous current so you'll need a very large battery bank that is capable of handling that draw. A single Battleborn lithium battery can deliver 100A max. So you would need at least 4 of those and some monsterous cables to support that. I would consider a 'safe' DC current to be under 200A but even that requires large cables and very careful installation by a knowledgeable professional.
Are you saying that to deliver 30A AC to the charger, the inverter will need access to over 400A DC?
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