The power consumption of the freezer is divided into rated power consumption and actual power consumption. The rated power consumption is the power consumption for 24H operation when the ambient temperature is 25°C and the freezer is in a stable operation state (the average temperature of the refrigerator compartment is 5°C and the maximum temperature of the freezer compartment is -18°C).
The actual power consumption refers to the power consumed by the refrigerator in actual use. The actual power consumption of the refrigerator is sometimes higher than the rated power consumption, sometimes lower than the rated power consumption. The actual power consumption varies with the freezer environment, the amount of food stored, the temperature-controlled in the box, the number of times, and the length of time to open the door. And changes, the higher the ambient temperature, the more food stored, the lower the temperature-controlled in the box, the more times the door is opened, and the longer each time the door is opened, the greater the power consumption of the refrigerator. On the contrary, the power consumption is smaller.
1. When the ambient temperature rises, the heat dissipation of the freezer will slow down, and the temperature inside the box will drop slowly, resulting in a longer boot time and an increase in power consumption.
2. When the ambient temperature rises, due to the large temperature difference between the inside and outside of the refrigerator, the heat dissipation rate of the insulation layer of the box will also speed up, which will cause more cooling loss, resulting in shorter downtime and longer response time, resulting in increased power consumption.
3. For ordinary freezers, according to the experimental data, when the ambient temperature reaches 32°C, the power consumption is about 2 times that of 25°C, and the power consumption at 30°C is about 1.6-1.8 times that of 25°C.