NR740BB

Norcold AC/DC Marine Refrigerators

Norcold AC/DC Marine Refrigerators

Description

The Norcold AC/DC Marine Refrigerators are designed for reliable performance in all mobile applications.

Features

  • Exceptionally quiet, hermetically-sealed compressor
  • Adjustable, removable door bins with convenient, large container storage
  • White powder-coated shelves are durable and easy-to-clean
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$719.99
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The Norcold NR740 Built-In Refrigerator is designed to replace the 0740 series. The base model is 12/24 DC - AC operation comes with optional Power Cord (see notes below).

All Norcold AC/DC Built-Ins are designed for reliable performance in all mobile applications: boats, vans, trucks, RV's, specialty vehicles and more! Designed with an exceptionally quiet, hermetically-sealed compressor that's dependable without disturbing noise, even in close quarters, these refrigerators have easily accessible storage with adjustable, removable door bins with convenient, large container storage. The white powder-coated shelves are durable and easy-to-clean. The units have safe and stylish recessed doors.

Features:

  • Improved styling - "hidden" ventilation grill
  • Fits the same cut-out as the old 0740 model
  • The Danfoss BD35 compressor improves performance, especially at higher ambient temperatures
  • Proud or Flush-Mount capability standard with each unit
  • 2-position Mounting Flange
  • Side mount - no visible fasteners in front
  • Cool Blue interior light
  • Freezer Cover Door added
  • Positive Center-Locking Latch
  • Reversible doors
  • Self venting - a Norcold exclusive



Specifications:
Cut-out Dimensions: 20-1/2" H x 15-1/5" W x 17-3/4" D
Color: Black trim, Black insert panel
Capacity: 2 cubic feet
Current Draw:

  • 120 VAC 1.78 Amps
  • 12 VDC 3.75Amps
  • 24 VDC 1.87 Amps



Notes:

  • 120 VAC requires Power Cord model 635591
  • 220 VAC (European) requires Power Cord model 635592
  • 220 VAC (Australian) requires Power Cord model 635593
  • Power Cords sold separately
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Norcold AC/DC Marine Refrigerators NR740BB 1.7 cubic feet AC/DC marine refrigerator, black
$719.99
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Norcold AC/DC Marine Refrigerators NR740SS 1.7 cubic feet AC/DC marine refrigerator, stainless steel
$869.99
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Norcold AC/DC Marine Refrigerators NR751BB 2.7 cubic feet AC/DC marine refrigerator, black
$749.99
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Norcold AC/DC Marine Refrigerators NR751SS 2.7 cubic feet AC/DC marine refrigerator, stainless steel
$899.99
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Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Norcold 120 VAC Power Cord for AC/DC Marine Refrigerators 635591 Power cord for AC/DC marine refrigerators, 120 VAC
$28.90
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