Bushman Fridges DC50−X 50L Upright Fridge
Details & Specs
It’s the mighty mouse of fridges. The Bushman DC50-X packs a whole lot into an itty bitty low-powered unit that’s brilliant for using in vans, small boats, RV’s and tiny houses.
With a 50L capacity, this is the smallest 12V/24V upright fridge in Bushman’s DC-X range. It uses a top-mounted variable speed drive Secop Danfoss BD35 compressor with an oversized cooling system to maximise efficiency while keeping the overall power consumption low. It’s designed to go off-road and features soft custom rubber feet to help stabilise the fridge when you’re navigating uneven terrain. The internal 6L freezer compartment uses a 360° integrated cooling element and is purposefully deep and narrow to leave more room in your fridge.
Offering superior performance from an extra low-power design and all the proven reliability you’ve come to expect from Bushman, the DC50-X fridge is small, light and big on storage.
50L capacity is great for a tight spot
Runs off 12V or 24V
Secop Danfoss BD35 compressor
Custom Bushman cooling system with low power consumption
Uses an average of 0.98 Amp/hr over 24-hours (25°C ambient, 4°C fridge)
Tropical ‘T’ rating for effective use in a cavity
Freezer compartment uses a 360° integrated cooling element
Easy to use thermostat
Simple, efficient and reliable design
Strong and lightweight construction
Room to stand up tall bottles
Large door balconies with guard rails
Adjustable main shelves
Extensive ventilation options
Steel door rails
Reversible door hinges for left or right opening
Mounting kit included
Soft custom rubber feet
Internal LED light
38W x 49D x 52.5H cm | Minimum Cut Out 38.5W x 49D x 53H cm
38W x 49D x 52.5H cm
50 L | 46 L Fridge | 4 L Freezer
Powder Coated Steel
High Density Polyurethane
2A − 4.5A (60W) max. per hour (DC 12V) | Average 0.98 Ah/h @12 V set 4°C, 25°C Ambient over 24hrs
If common for people to use this in both Dual Cab canopies, and in the rear cargo hold of 4WD wagons. As long as you're dimensions line up & you've got the room, you can use one. The most common set up with wagons would be to have a single layer draw system on the base, so you're screwing the fridge down to the shelf, instead of trying to bolt in through the chassis.