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Old 03-05-2013, 09:13 PM   #1
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Outside kitchen

Is it possible to run outside kitchen 110 volt fridge from an inverter while in transit to camp ground.

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It depends on the current draw of the refrigerator and the output of the inverter and if power is being supplied from the tow vehicle or the battery(s). We have a WAECO refrigerator that works from both 12V and 120AC current draw is small enough to not be a problem.

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Old 03-28-2013, 09:23 PM   #3
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The outside refer is probably a 3.2 cu. ft with a low energy draw. The battery, even a group 24 should run it for several hours.

While towing that battery will getting a charge from the TV. So the several hours becomes longer.

The question: Is the TV charging the battery at a higher rate than the inverter and refer and other things are drawing.
My thought is yes.
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