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Re: Refrigerator cooling unit change out
Reply #50
Good point on the Samsung internal inverters efficiency.

I have most but not all the electronics needed for a residential refer future installation.

Having my buddy put them in coming up.

ME- BMS, ME-ARC, ME-AGS and a ME solar controller.

$1,500? ...

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Re: Refrigerator cooling unit change out
Reply #51
Remember that a big part of my decision to do this conversion is because the cooling unit that failed is under warranty, so the new one is no cost to me except installation. 
I would also...

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Re: Refrigerator cooling unit change out
Reply #52
Exactly Amanda- we do what makes sense for our lifestyle.           ^.^d

Re: Refrigerator cooling unit change out
Reply #53
My heater  draws a lot more than my Fridge (39W)   . If the heater runs  at 45* ambient, the batteries(220AHR usable ) are 12.3 after  10hrs.
 Without the heat running  the same volt reading takes 30hrs or more , just the refer. 

Re: Refrigerator cooling unit change out
Reply #54
Thanks Mike- do you have a residential Fridge or absorption?

Re: Refrigerator cooling unit change out
Reply #55
Small resi .  Look back at "what refer fits through the door."

Re: Refrigerator cooling unit change out
Reply #56
It would be very interesting to see a comparison of the efficiency of the JC Refrigeration compressors with the high-efficiency inverter compressor Samsung uses.

The bottom line is how much...

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Re: Refrigerator cooling unit change out
Reply #57
The bottom line is how much power does it take to run whatever refrigerator you have to the internal temperatures you want.  The 120v JC conversion and our Samsung us 65-70...


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