new refrigerator before having to recharge at 50% discharge (i.e., about 100AH out of my 200AH batteries). I only used my LED lights but I used the furnace in the morning, water heater and pump for a shower. It was cool to cold during the weekend and the refrigerator was hard to keep from being too cold. I kept bumping down the dial because the interior thermometer said 35-36F degrees. Some of my water froze. In more moderate temps it will probably keep at better temps. My amp hour usage varied from a low of 1.56AH/hr to 2.68AH/hr, the higher usage corresponding with furnace usage.
This week, I got the indoor/outdoor thermometer and a little clock that I mounted on the trim above the refrigerator. The thermometer wire sensor is threaded to the back of the refrigerator so I can see at a glance what the interior temp is. The max/min will allow me to see what range it has. The clock is just because I like to have a clock to glance at. I used 3M Dual Lock to attach the clock and thermometer to the trim.
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