I think your infos are not good enough for the titled and others who may be interrested.
82cm height 105L Fridge 21L Freeze A++ 142kWh/p.a. 394Wh/d = 33Ah/d 12V
185 cm height 229L Fridge 95L Freeze A+++ 155kWh/p.a. 425Wh/d = 35,5Ah/d 12V
Let me answer the questions arised:
IMPORTANT Check the efficency class of your Fridge/freezer as you see the difference A++ 126L and A+++ 324L is minimal but the size is more than double!
You should only use a compressor
fridge on a boat (an absorber should always be near horizontal)
Best would be to ask the manufacturer about the initial current
- if you are able to get the answer ;-) - I could not find someone at my manufacturer to answer that question so I decided to get a 1600W pure sinus(IMPORTANT!! - the compressor
will not start on an about sine wave inverter... be carful lot of vendors cheat to sell cheap!)
Well I am quite sure a 1200W would have been enough but the difference was about 200 Euros so I decided to get the bigger one in spite of other appliances
like PC, microwave, drilling machine...
Yes I have a 230V Fridge/Freezer but it is really cheap
a.) you open the front door and the cold drops out. On a boat you should always open the fridge/freezer on top!
b.) Mine is an A+ approx. 300L and I am sure the vendors lie on the consumption
. I think I'am at about 70Ah/24hrs depending on how often I open the door.
So if you have to replace your cooling
units complete consider a combination of
12V AND engine
compressor plus storage
plates (1/2 hr engine
gives you 24hrs on the fridge without any problems and the engine should run an hour a day to feel good and the batteries have to be charged too!) Use top load units in your pantry 1 fridge and 1 freeze.
Inverter + common 230V fridge/freezer about 1500 Euros
Engine Kompressor, storage
plates and top load units about 3500 to 4000 Euros
BUT you will have them 15 years as they are marine
specials and top quality.