CFX-100W

Dometic CoolFreeze Portable Powered Cooling Box w/WiFi - 3.3cu.ft. - 120/AC/DC

Dometic CoolFreeze Portable Powered Cooling Box w/WiFi - 3.3cu.ft. - 120/AC/DC
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CoolFreeze Portable Powered Cooling Box w/WiFi - 3.3cu.ft. - 120/AC/DC

A powerful and uncompromising compressor cooler with special CFX electronics. Energy-saving and quiet operation.

The Dometic CoolFreeze CFX has some seriously impressive features. Firstly, there’s the CFX Special Electronics which include an intelligent automatic turbo cooler and memory function. Then not only is it suitable for deep freezing down to –22°C but it can also operate on solar power. Plus, regardless of the outside temperature, this cooler will provide a first class, superbly quiet cooling performance. The USB charging port won’t be needed too often as the CFX is amazingly efficient too! You can take this amazing cooler and freezer wherever you go! Fitted with heavy-duty details like reinforced corners, stainless steel hinges and a robust lid lining, the hi tech coolers in the CFX series can withstand the most demanding of loads. The CFX 100W gives you the convenient option of controlling and monitoring the cooling temperature by WiFi app.

The Dometic CoolFreeze CFX 100W is a powerful cooler for refrigeration or freezing. With its high-performance compressor technology and extra thick insulation, this cooler is impressively efficient and withstands the most demanding of loads thanks to its robust design. In addition, the CFX 100W is remarkably lightweight and easy to transport with a quiet operation that avoids disturbance!

Specifications:

  • Dimensions product depth: 37.68"
  • Dimensions product height: 18.58"
  • Dimensions product width: 20.87"
  • Gross Volume (DIN15502): 100.00 l
  • Input voltage: (AC 120 V)
  • Input frequency: 50/60 Hz
  • Rated input current: (AC) 0.95 A
  • Rated input current: (DC) 10.5 A
  • Input voltage: (DC) 12/24 V
  • Refrigerant 1, type: R134a
  • Noise (DIN60704-1 & 60704-2-14): 37.00 dB(A)
  • Climate class (DIN15502): N/T
  • Average energy (DC@5/32°C): 0.267 kWh/24h
  • Interior light: Yes, LED
  • Color: Smokey Gray
  • Certificates: UL
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