TMDZ-70 TRAVELMATE 62 LITRE FRIDGE/FREEZER
TravelMate fridge/freezers are reliable and user friendly, they are a great companion for all your boating, four wheel driving and camping adventures. Travelmate incorporates the world renowned Danfoss compressor technology and a highly efficient cooling system that offers low power draw, quiet and efficient operation and trouble free enjoyment.
The new Dual Zone range allows you to set either compartment as fridge or freezer and will freeze in Australia's hottest conditions. The TMDZ-70 is a 62 Litre, end opening single lid design that enables the lid to be opened from either side or removed completely, all in one action.
|Dimensions (HxWxD)||495 x 795 x 448mm|
|Feature||Low power draw|
|Feature||Rugged handles can be used as tie downs|
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The Evakool Travelmate TMX portable fridges include the Cover for FREE, however the TMDZ (dual zone) range do not include the cover.
This depends on numerous factors..
It depends on how hot the environment is and how often the fridge is opened and if the fridge is insulated or not.
The hotter it is the more power it will need to keep things cool.
If you have an insulating cover this helps keep the fridge cooler
The more you open it the more it will need to cool down again.
But here are some approximate values you can work with:
Lets use an example a 40W average consumption fridge (CRX50)
This will draw about 3.3Amp on 12V per hour. (40W Div by 12V = 3.3Amp)
If you have a 120 Amp Hour battery this means you will have 36 Hours maximum operation (120 Div 3.3).
If you only wanted to drain about half of the battery - then this is about 17 hours.
Again these are basic approximate figures, each fridge, installation, amount of use will all change the final outcome.