This week-end I tested out my EU2000i/184BH combination. I read somewhere it was not recommended to run on eco-mode with the AC running. I of course tried it this way and the in-rush did put a strain on the generator but it picked up and started running at about mid-power. No problem running my TV, lights, range fan, and even microwave (not at the same time as the AC).
I used a power meter to see how much power was being pulled. I have the 8000btu AC and it was about 92F with 90-100% humidity.
I didn't get a chance to try the refrigerator since I was on a hill.
Here were some results:
Standby: 19watts, .30amps
All numbers include the standby digits.
(1) LED (20 5050SMD LEDs) Light: 22watts, .34amps
(3) LED (20 5050SMD LEDs) Lights: 29watts, .44amps
(1) Standard 12V light bulb: 34watt, .52amps
(3) Standard 12V light bulbs: 51watts, .74amps
AC low fan only: 111watts, .92amps
AC high fan only: 139watts, 1.15amps
AC low cool: 677watts, 5.64amps
AC high cool, 764-903watts, 6.37-7.90amps
Microwave: 1320watts, 11.1amps
2014 Jay Flight Swift SLX 184BH
2008 Toyota 4Runner SR5 V6