When it comes to electricity and solar panel talk my brain fries. Watts, kilowatts, kilowatt hours, amps, volts, DC, AC, aaaaaaahhhh! Lol
I've tried to google this but can't find anything that breaks things down into solar-idiot chunks. I would much appreciate any help.
I have a 2400 watt system in Costa Rica. Per day I run a mini fridge 24 hours, two LED bulbs 6 hours, two fans 12 hours, one laptop 6 hours, two iphones 2-3 hours each, and one burner of a two-burner stovetop once a day for at most an hour a day. Maybe once or twice a week will use a blender and/or food processor for a few minutes.
I want to buy an electric stove/oven and want to be sure my system can handle it. The estimates I've seen for one hour for an oven are 3000 watts. I would be using the oven maybe once or twice a week, but mainly using the stovetop. I saw somewhere that my system would produce around 10,000 watts per day, but don't know if it can handle the oven?