Quick residential fridge question
We're about to take our first extended out of the area trip since we first bought the rig in March. During the heat of the summer I usually drove with the generator on so that I can run the A/C in the back to keep the coach cool in the Texas summer. Driving like this of course allows me to keep the residential fridge running while driving.
Now, for the first time I'm leaving the general area of where we live for the first time for extended drive times. Also, I won't be needing to run the generator while driving since it's not brutally hot outside now. I've got the Magnum 2000 watt inverter as factory equipped, and the house battery bank is 4 wet cell 6v batteries. With all that, can I keep the fridge on while driving? Will the engine alternator be able to keep the house batteries charged, or will I be draining the house batteries while driving because the refrigerator is running? I believe that my rig is set up so that the engine alternator charges the house batteries as needed. Assuming this is correct as I believe it is, I don't know if the alternator will keep up with the draw of the refrigerator.
I'm not quite sure how to ask this with regard to terminology. Hopefully you guys get what I'm asking. Thanks!
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