Sale! $200 Off - Kodiak 9 cu ft Solar (DC) Refrigerator (White) KOG9RFDC
$799.00 USD$999.00 USD
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9 cu ft DC Refrigerator-Freezer
Description: Recessed handle; 1 glass shelf in freezer; 3 glass shelves in refrigerator; 1 crisper drawer; 4 plastic door shelves
Net volume: 245L / 8.65 cu ft
Freezer volume: 1.84 cu ft
Refrigerator volume: 6.81 cu ft
Freezer temperature range: -4°
Refrigerator temperature range: 32-50°
Outside dimensions: H 63" x W 21 1/4" x D 22"
Inside Freezer dimensions: H 13" x W 15 1/2" x D 16"
Inside Refrigerator dimensions: H 43" x W 18" x D 17"
DC Powered: 12v/24v
12v Stats: Average Running Watts 74W Average Running Amps: 74W 5.5A Peak Watts 78.4 Peak Amps 5.95 Uses 362 Wh / 30.02 Ah for 24 hours with no door openings on 12v at 75F Ambient Temperature.
24v Stats: Average Running Watts 65W Average Running Amps 6.5A Peak Amps 3.14 Peak Watts 82.1 Uses 346 Wh / 14.28 Ah for 24 hours with no door openings on 12v at 75F Ambient Temperature.
With the refrigerator temperature at 40F the freezer will be at 4-5F
(When comparing DC appliance consumption vs AC appliances remember that you can expect to lose 10%-30% of your power using your solar inverter to change the DC current to AC current). The efficiency rating of your inverter is based on perfect conditions.
Manufacturers recommend connecting refrigerators and freezers directly to the battery bank and not to the DC power output of your charger or inverter. This is because they may not provide enough starting power and could damage the compressor over time.
If you battery bank voltage is higher than 24v you can use a buck converter (see related products) to reduce the voltage going to the appliance.
Comes with crocodile power cable ends on a 4 ft connector plug for easy use on battery terminals for mobile applications, or you can cut them off for hard-wiring.
Net Weight: 90 lbs
Shipping Weight 127 lbs
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including nickel (metallic), which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov. Note: Nickel is a component of stainless steel.
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