Residential refrigerator but no solar!
Our 4 door Norcold 1200 is getting less usable in the summer months. On days that the outside temperature gets to 90, the temperature inside the refrigerator always goes over 40 degrees. I've installed fans, both inside and outside the unit, always try to keep it in the shade, but it still does not perform well. I am ready to put in a 14 cu ft residential refrigerator to get better performance. But I am looking for a simple, no frills inverter set up. When researching the forums, most talk about elaborate solar installations, etc. We don't boondock, and will only need the refrigerator to run off the inverter while traveling, so the battery usage is not really an issue. Can someone point me to a simple, no frills inverter set up that will accomplish this? Again, I can't find any that don't talk about much more expensive arrangements. Will I have to turn the inverter on and off every time I use it? Or should I simply change out the converter to an inverter/charger with an internal auto switch? Any help or pointing to resources is appreciated. We just want to run the fridge off the batteries while traveling. That's all.
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