I will not be plugged in at all. I'm literally creating an RV that acts just as a boat at anchor
would. I'm generating all my power from the main engine
and solar panels
, using diesel
for everything, have a house bank of 6 Trojan T-105's, etc... Anyone familiar with a boat could walk in and understand the systems very quickly.
So, I am trying to select a refrigerator that's front opening, will run off 12VDC, and will be reliable. I'll run the large diesel engine
I have in the vehicle to generate the gobs of power it will take.
Unfortunately, after looking at the thread on Richard's site, I see the Tundra just might be too weak, as the temps inside an RV will be in the 90's quite often.
I really don't enjoy fishing
things out of a deep refrigerator (and the wife really hates it). Is there any front-opening pre-made refrigerator with R-134a and standard compressors that *isn't* garbage?
Maybe it's time to move this thread over to Richard's site. It's more of an in-depth refrigeration
discussion. May not be as appropriate here, since it could have to do with a boat, but is more of a general refrigeration discussion.