Air Conditioning off-grid minimum requirements

Well, as the title suggests, I'm looking for the bare-bones minimum requirements for running my air conditioning off-grid. I have a generator but I'd rather run it off solar/battery. I currently have a 200W solar panel in New York so it doesn't generate much and a total of 190 AH 12V AGW batteries. I read a guide online that details how to convert the RV so I am fully off grid, but for now I'm content with using shore power to charge batteries and run the AC off this. Here is the full guide: https://www.truckcampermagazine.com/camper-mods/contests/off-grid-solar-electric-upgrade/ I'm trying to find a solution that, for now, works to power the AC from a 20Amp outlet and I figured using the internal batteries as a buffer would reduce the amperage draw. I also only have about $300 budgeted to make this work until next month. Any ideas are welcomed submitted by /u/ShadowMonkeyGuardian [link] [comments]

Well, as the title suggests, I'm looking for the bare-bones minimum requirements for running my air conditioning off-grid. I have a generator but I'd rather run it off solar/battery. I currently have a 200W solar panel in New York so it doesn't generate much and a total of 190 AH 12V AGW batteries. I read a guide online that details how to convert the RV so I am fully off grid, but for now I'm content with using shore power to charge batteries and run the AC off this.

Here is the full guide:
https://www.truckcampermagazine.com/camper-mods/contests/off-grid-solar-electric-upgrade/

I'm trying to find a solution that, for now, works to power the AC from a 20Amp outlet and I figured using the internal batteries as a buffer would reduce the amperage draw.

I also only have about $300 budgeted to make this work until next month. Any ideas are welcomed

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