Feb 19, 2021 - 05:40 AM
The General Electric GPV10FGNBB 9.8 Cubic Ft Top- Freezer Refrigerator draws 4-8 amps. Daily consumption of power depends on climate the fridge is operating in. if the unit is in Texas in the summer it will run longer to cool to offset against the heat gain. If used in fall or winter it will reasonably draw less. It will be necessary to understand the environment it will be used in and power available to run it. 1 battery 2 and how many amps the batteries are built with. From that you can calculate run time.
Feb 19, 2021 - 06:10 AM
I have a 100 amp Lithium battery that I will be able to charge from DC - DC while driving, solar and shore power when available. I will travel mostly in the mid-west where we do not get the blazing heat of Texas. I saw a post saying that this unit uses about 4 amp hours per day once it reaches temperature. How long will it take this unit to get to temperature? I assume that after temp I would only draw 4 amps per day.