When it comes to deciding what battery size you need, understanding how much power and the number of appliances you intend to use is important to ensure your breakfast isn’t spoiled! So, we have created a table based on the most common appliances and their average energy rates to guide you
|Mininum number of batteries required|
|Appliance||Wattage (of appliance)*||Approx. energy usage*||Hours run per day||Avarage Daily Usage||Inverter required^||75AH - 130AH||150A - 200Ah||75AH - 130AH||150AH - 200AH||Category|
|50L Fridge||13W||1A||24||24AH||-||1||1||1||1||12V DC|
|LED Light Strip||13W||1A||8||8AH||-||1||1||1||1|
|Phone / Laptop||65W||5A||2||10AH||-||1||1||1||1|
|Juicer / Blender||500W||40A||0.1||4AH||1000W||1||1||1||1|
|Coffee Maker (pod)||1200W||95A||0.1||9.5AH||1500W||2||1||2||2|
*The figures in the table are an example only based on average estimates to provide a guide on how much power you may need. Please check the power rating (wattage) listed on your appliances to calculate exact power usage figures of your system.
Other important things to be aware of:
- You can run many devices and appliances but not necessarily all at once, for example the ability to run 3 or more 240V AC appliance at once will require more batteries and a larger inverter.
- Batteries will need to be recharged with suitable chargers
- ^Inverter requirement based on pure sine wave inverters. Incorrect inverter can lead to damage to your appliance.
Contact us if you have further questions on choosing the right battery for your needs or visit one of our authorised retailers.