- Oct 9, 2017
Yeah, sound much easier to begin with. Maybe plug that dehumidifier into a wattmeter for a few days and see how much energy it draws during a day. that would give you a rough idea on how much energy you need to store for it.I live on the gulf coast so it's super humid hear and the dehumidifier runs quite a bit. The specs show a max of 8A and 920 watts, so it doesn't seem like it would take a massive powerwall to drive it.