East Coast, United States, Gulf discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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That were running. It only consumes thirty five. Watts. We can run that on a twelve volt and then we in integrating a lithium ion power bank that that goes with the cooler. So you can you unplug from the grid. So to speak and have your own sort of bag of ice in your in your lithium ion two pound power bank, and you can recharge that power bank over and over and over with the son of a little folding solar panel now you don't have. Ice. That's very I mean, the first thing that jumped out at me about that is well, we've got aren't we lucky twenty twenty with all the other bizarreness going on hurricane season starting at a couple of weeks. So it makes you think as someone who lives on a coastal town anywhere in the US these days whether it's Gulf coast or the East Coast what have you to think in terms of the what ifs and Y'all we've had hurricanes we've had tropical storms we've had power issues and one of the first things everyone understandably concerned about it's what do I do with the meat I just bought or what have you can can your solar cooler take care of those things for a couple of days waiting for power to come back definitely and that that is something we think about constantly as I mentioned living off created kind of Bacon, a real need for a high resourcefulness you. Can freeze. So you can take the south in the freezer and toss it in there. You know when you're running a freezer cycle, it is going to consume battery power quicker than you know just vegetables or things that kept it upwards of fifty degrees Fahrenheit You can run for days on the battery at at those warmer temps, and then when you get into the freezing temps, it's it's more like ours but remember you can always plug it into any twelve volt source, which is the most common port on any boat car RV pretty much made since the nineteen fifty saw or you can plug it into a when it's available could.

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