Determine the power consumption of DC Freezer Exporter's solar freezers and refrigerators
Your refrigerator’s nameplate rating label will most likely indicate power consumption details. You can view this label on the body of the refrigerator, which mentions the voltage and current requirements of the device. Multiply these two values together and this will give you the wattage you need.
For example, if your refrigerator mentions 4.5 amperes of electricity and 120 volts, then your watt requirement for solar equipment will be 540.
Battery size of solar refrigerator freezer
A medium-sized battery can store approximately 1400 watt-hours of electricity. Since it is recommended that you always keep the battery at at least half the charge, you have approximately 720 watt-hours of power available.
Make sure you choose a battery with a large capacity, because the sun may not shine every day.
Note: If you want the solar chiller to run for 4 days and the equipment consumes 840 watts per day, you need to generate and store at least about 3400 watts.
The inverter converts the direct current in sunlight into usable alternating current. Choose an inverter with a high efficiency level, otherwise you will end up wasting a lot of energy. It is worth noting that cheap, inefficient inverters may cost about half of your electricity generation.
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