DC146-FIRST

Evakool 146 Litre Platinum Upright 12V/24V Fridge Freezer

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Availability date: 15/11/2019

$1,799.00

-$300.00

$1,499.00tax incl.

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The Evakool 146L Platinum upright fridge freezer has been designed by drawing on Evakool's years of experience and extensive knowledge of 12 volt refrigeration.  This double door fridge freezer is designed to provide maximum cooling capacity in our harsh Australian environment and is suitable for motor homes, caravans, boats and more! Evakool’s Platinum series delivers exceptional performance

FEATURES:

  • Cooling capacity up to 60ºC below ambient
  • Automatic compressor speed selection ensures maximum efficiency whilst minimising power draw
  • Self diagnostic fault system
  • Externally mounted condenser for improved performance
  • Double Door
  • Fridge and freezer capability
  • Easy to use controls
  • 12/24 volt operation


CABINET FEATURES:

  • Satin platinum grey finish
  • Insulated walls up to 80mm thick
  • Body and doors in sheet steel
  • Reversible doors
  • Metal door retaining latch
  • Magnetic door seals
  • Smooth internal walls, hygienic and easy to clean
  • Interior light
  • Wire shelves
  • Vegetable/fruit crisper
  • Door shelves with egg tray


COMPRESSOR FEATURES:

  • Secop PBC 2.5 (Formally Danfoss BD50)
  • Quiet, reliable, efficient operation
  • Low voltage protection
  • External mounted condenser for improved performance
  • Will operate on angles up to 30 degrees
  • Self diagnostic fault system
  • Easy to use controls
  • Automatic reverse polarity protection

Capacity146L
Dimensions (HxWxD) 1095mm x 590mm x 585mm
FeatureSecop (Danfoss Designed) Compressor
FeatureDouble Door
Feature12/24V DC
Warranty2 Years
Weight45 kg

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Faqs

    1.I have a 120 Amp Battery how long can I run my fridge for?

    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.