There are several types of Google Home devices on the market that are now finding their way into RVs. These devices range from audio-only smart assistants to video-capable devices that can start to act as entertainment devices in smaller RVs like teardrops and truck campers. This means they will need to be powered using off-grid solar systems. Fortunately, their electrical requirements or draws are pretty low. However, these devices do need access to the Internet, so you will need to be in an area with some sort of coverage. That is until Spacex starts to offer Starlink Broadband.
Google Home Device Specifications
This smart assistant by Google uses 15 watts of power but has an integrated screen for displaying results and playing videos.
The Google Home Mini uses only 1.8 amps at 5 volts. This is a really small load, but over time it can add up for…