Throw back a cold beer on your boat or in the van, straight from the Upright Fridge-Freezer 80 Litre by Engel.
Fit for confined spaces, your clever cooler slots easily into the crannies and crevices or caravans and boats. With a reversible door and replaceable door panel, tailor your trusty refrigerator to suit your vehicle’s interior.
Owed to the unique auto-switching between 12- and 24-volt DC, and 240 volt AC standard, keep the perishables crisp – from power outlets in the backyard to battery power in the outback. Savour the sizzle of a cold snag hitting the hot plate, and numb your hands on a cold one after enduring Aussie heat, thanks to its incorporated freezing compartment and large 80-litre capacity to hold your cold food and cans.
The Engel Upright Fridge-Freezer 80 Litre AC and DC is the ultimate free-standing fridge for all your free-spirited trips on the road or water.
Designed to fit confined spaces in caravans and boats
Auto-switching between 12/24v DC and 240v AC standard in most Engel’s uprights
Replaceable door panel
Turbo fab 12/24v DC and 240v AC standard
53.1W x 57.9D x 78.6H cm | Installation Dimensions 53.1W x 51D x 78.6H cm
66W x 59D x 83H cm
80L | 7 L Freezer
Powder Coated Steel | High Impact Polystyrene
12V DC, 2.5A | 24V DC, 1.3A | 240V AC
0.5A − 2.5A max. per hour (DC 12V)
Fridge 4º( +/− 2ºC) | Freezer −12º ( +/− 2ºC)
240v to 12v 1 answer
Do you just cut the 240v lead off for 12v or was it suppose to come with 2 seperate wiring looms
Michael - Koo Wee Rup, VIC(1 week ago)
I've just had a squiz at the fridge for you, and we definitely don't want to be cutting the 240V lead off. What you'll see on the back of the fridge is an elongated rectangular box that the 240v lead comes out of. Down the bottom of that box there is a metal plate with an orange sticker, held on by a single screw. If you unscrew and remove that plate, all the DC wiring & fuse is all contained within that little hatch. For 12/24v it will need to be hardwired.