Question about Refrigerators
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
That sounds about right, however if your generator is rated in wattage the amps times volts won't work.
On an induction unit, such as a refrigerator, the wattage is volts times power factor times amps.
Nominal wattage should be around 375 watts. However, during auto defrost the heater will probably be around 450 watts.
As well, locked rotor amps on starting will be about 4 times running amps approx. 18 to 20 amps. so your generator will have to be able to handle that.
The short and long of it is give yourself wiggle room.
Posted on Aug 24, 2010
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