How to run a mini fridge outdoors plus electronics?


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Old 03-21-19, 05:03 PM
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How to run a mini fridge outdoors plus electronics?

I would like to know the best inexpensive way to power a 2.6 cu. ft. or more mini fridge that will sit outdoors till November. Peak temperatures will be at 90 or more in July and August.
Along with the mini fridge there are electronics; things like a 45W laptop, a tablet, a phone, and also some less power consuming devices that would include BT headphones, Verizon MiFi JetPack Ellipsis, 9000 mAh power bank, kindle paperwhite, and so forth.
 
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Old 03-21-19, 07:39 PM
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mini fridge that will sit outdoors till November.
Where......... out in the woods ?
We need a little more help here. The crystal ball is dark tonight.
 
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It would be something like backyard, but no accessable electricity.

i saw this video on YouTube;
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=UW344cBQ_qY&t=58s
Was wondering if it could be a possibility?

Would also like mini fridge to be outdoor rated. If anyone knows of a good one.....
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What is the amps of the refrigerator?
 
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"It would be something like backyard..." That makes no sense??? Also the video you linked just shows a solar panel, battery and inverter.

Almost everything on your list is going to need to be protected from the elements, meaning in doors to some extent. I know of no residential mini refrigerators designed for wet locations. The same goes for everything else on your "want" list. As for your Kindle you will need a new model paperwhite or an Oasis to be water resistant.
 
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May be worth taking a look at https://www.jackery.com/ or https://ecoflow.com/ for your mobile power solutions.
 
 

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