Re: Induction cooktop?
If you are not going to be plugged in, consider a propane stove......
Looking at the 1300W cooktop and your 135W solar panel for simple math.....these are about 10 to 1 difference, and solar gets max rated only with bright sun directly overhead.
That being said, if you cook for 18 minutes it will take the 135W panel 180 minutes (3 hrs) just to replace that power in the batteries.....with the sun directly overhead.....reality isn't that good.
Also, more simple math......Let's assume you have 200 amp hrs of battery capacity. We don't want to discharge more than 50%, so 100 ah usable energy.
1300 watts from a 12V battery is around 100 amps (P=VA)....so running the cooktop for an hour will completely discharge your house batteries....well, discharge to 50%......
Reality is that you probably also need lights, microwave, etc.....so that shortens the amount of battery time you have even further....
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