In the 300W range, but I have only just started planning and need to measure loads on the batteries (after it warms up and snow melts) to determine actual loads before I commit. We have the residential fridge and we dry camp at least 2x year for a full week each time and would like to reduce the amount of time I need to run the generator. (or in some days eliminate the need)
Not looking to run large loads, maybe the 12v TV with dish, few lights at night, normal phantom loads, and the 2000W inverter on the fridge.
Walter & Donna
2011 CC LB RAM 3500 CTD 6.7L DRW
2013 Cedar Creek 38FL
2014 Days Camping: 35