Hi, I found a great generator, Earthquake 800 watt inverter style that is quiet and runs 14 hours on a gallon. BUT the Bosch SDS drill kills the engine, even if you barely pull the trigger. https://www.amazon.com/Earthquake-11613-Portable-Generator-Compliant/dp/B00FL89I2W I have a 750 watt inverter I hook up to 12V battery and it starts the drill real slow but it after 10 secs goes full bore. So the Earthquake generator senses more that 800 surge watts on startup and just kills the engine electrically. Have 800 watt cheapo harbor freight old style gen, it runs the drill great, when the gen starts, What is the cheapest easiest way to get around this? I am fine with running the drill at 700 watts and waiting ten seconds for spool up. Understand startup might be 1500 watts on the drill. But the cheap gen and 12v invertor handle that by just giving what they have. This smart Earthquake gen shuts down when 800 surge watts is touched. Is there such a thing as a watt choke, that only allows 800 watts to be pulled, no matter what the demand? Any ideas, I am weak on electrical engineering. The gen only weighs 21 pound is cheap and whisper quiet, really what to use it. We might be able to bypass the trip thing, not sure.