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As for the solar
set up I would like the power consumption
This tech is a hybrid tech, it uses 134a (the stuff in cars now days) not just the electronic semi conductor found in earlier models. It must have an air flow exchange so do not box it in solid...How it preforms in high ambient conditions (hot out side conditions) is up for grabs...This tech is relatively new and the hype is promising if not untried. The danfoss d/c compressor tech just prior to this idea eats power, when first out the manufacturers made big promises...Check its consumption, not is voltage. These are at the big box stores now (target walmart ect) so look on the label...Get the amp rates and the volts, then multiply them for a rough power consumption number.
This is not a true figure under operating conditions, I do not know how often it draws power for instance, or the real life length of time to reach temps.
If you buy one set it up inside the house first on 115v, measure the time it takes to run and turn off, see how often it comes on. Set it in warmer conditions and do it all again.
Next do this under 12v power as this may present different recovery time issues.
post what you find out for the rest of us...its eighther the best thing since peanut butter or its more hype.
Beware hype, the websites and ads are there to sell you, not be honest in real life conditions.
Happy Camping, Safe Trails.