Product - Technical Question Please Specify the Model

1.I am after a battery charger for caravan 12v 30 amp charging 2 batteries what do you recommend?

The best options would be Victron, Eneredrive or Sterling all of these brands have battery chargers with Multi Battery Outputs.

Then it comes down to the size, remote control functions, bluetooth options as to which would best work for your application.

Our Technical Team is more than happy to help you out. 

2.Do the CFX waeco fridges come ready to connect to 240 volt mains or do you need to purchase a power supply?

The Waeco range of CFX fridges do include the 12V/24V DC power Cable and 240V AC power Cable when you purchase them.

3.Regarding 18.5" 12 V TV. Is this suitable to be affixed to a flat shelf. Is there holes etc to screw/attach base to shelf.

The TV's do come with various desk stands, however they are not designed to be screwed into and hold while the vehicle or vessel is moving.

We suggest to pack the TV away if you need to use the Desk Stand, or purchase a wall mount with locking pin to secure the TV.

4.Does the Evakool Travelmate portable fridges come with the insulation case or is it extra?

The Evakool Travelmate TMX portable fridges include the Cover for FREE, however the TMDZ (dual zone) range do not include the cover.

5.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.