Realistically what can I run off the Yeti 3000?

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vasas
vasas Member Posts: 3 ✭✭

I'm looking to have these items in my sprinter, should I be looking at deep cycle batteries? What do you think I could get running with my yeti / how much use could I get out of it in my system?

  • LED Light Bulbs x10 (12 hours a day) - Assuming 10-15 watts each
  • Induction stove top (5 hours a week) - Assuming 1800 watts
  • Electric oven (3~ hours a week) - Assuming 2500 watts
  • Hotpot (8 hours a week) - Assuming 1000 watts
  • Food processor (2 hours a week) - Assuming 500 watts
  • Laptop (Daily use 12 hours) - Assuming 50 watts
  • Gaming PC (Depending on suggestion) - Varies greatly, could range from 300 watts to 1000 watts or more depending on components and usage
  • 4k Monitor (Daily use *Don't have to) - Assuming 40 watts
  • Raspberry Pi (24 hours a day) - Assuming 5 watts
  • External HDD x3 (4 hours use, 24 hours a day idle) - Assuming 10 watts when in use, and 5 watts when idle
  • AC (could be 12 hours a day?) - Assuming 1500 watts
  • Water heater (1 hour a day) - Assuming 3000 watts
  • Water pump (1-2 hours a day) - Assuming 500 watts


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  • GOAL ZERO ADMIN
    GOAL ZERO ADMIN Member, Administrator, Moderator Posts: 641 admin
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    Hi @vasas,

    Except for the Electric Oven and Water heater, you could run all of these items from the Yeti 3000X. If you ran the items on their own, they would have different run times. Keep in mind, the Yeti can output a max of 2000W from the 120V inverter.

    • LED Light Bulbs x10 (12 hours a day) - Assuming 10-15 watts each (20 hours)
    • Induction stove top (5 hours a week) - Assuming 1800 watts (about an hour an a half)
    • Electric oven (3~ hours a week) - Assuming 2500 watts (Will not run)
    • Hotpot (8 hours a week) - Assuming 1000 watts (about 3 hours)
    • Food processor (2 hours a week) - Assuming 500 watts (about 6 hours)
    • Laptop (Daily use 12 hours) - Assuming 50 watts (about 40 hours)
    • Gaming PC (Depending on suggestion) - Varies greatly, could range from 300 watts to 1000 watts or more depending on components and usage (between 3-10 hours)
    • 4k Monitor (Daily use *Don't have to) - Assuming 40 watts (about 75 hours)
    • Raspberry Pi (24 hours a day) - Assuming 5 watts (about 600 hours)
    • External HDD x3 (4 hours use, 24 hours a day idle) - Assuming 10 watts when in use, and 5 watts when idle (about 300 hours)
    • AC (could be 12 hours a day?) - Assuming 1500 watts (about 2 hours)
    • Water heater (1 hour a day) - Assuming 3000 watts (Will not run)
    • Water pump (1-2 hours a day) - Assuming 500 watts (about 6 hours)

    You can combine items which will effect run time. The equation to figure out run time is

    Total Watt Hours/Watts in use = Run time in hours