That's good advice, Rene.
We haven't converted our house lights
to LED (yet), so we use a battery powered "lantern" as our main light
when we boondock. (We use the house lights
, too, but only sparingly -such as the bathroom light
while taking a shower.)
panel is a 3.1 amp, which is plenty to keep our battery up, if we are careful. (We run the fridge
, and don't use the furnace
, whose fan draws a lot more juice than the Fantastic Fan. Of course, I'm also referring to boondocking
in weather mild enough that we don't need AC.)
As you point out, when the FF is needed the most, the solar
panel is also doing its thing.