Cruise 195 Stainless Steel Fridge/Freezer - AC/DC, Left Swing, 4-Sided Stainless Steel Flange
|Amperage||0.9 Amps at 120 Volts AC; 2.8 Amps at 12 Volts DC|
|Capacity||6.9 Cubic Feet|
|Case Material||Stainless Steel|
|Dimensions||52.9" Height x 21.4" Width x 22.5" Depth|
|Warranty Details||Two Years Parts/Five Years Limited Compressor|
Versatile CR195 refrigerator/freezers operate on all common power sources worldwide.
Designed for dependable service in tough marine environments, the Cruise line features nearly silent Danfoss compressors with low power consumption and the ability to operate at up to a 30° angle of heel. Interiors easily hold larger bottles with adjustable holders and cradles to keep containers secure and upright. All models include an installation frame and interior light. Versatile CR195 models accept 115V/230V AC and 12/24V DC power input for operation on all common power sources worldwide.
Each section of the CR195 features its own separate compressor and thermostat control for superior reliability and performance in an upright refrigerator/freezer. The refrigerator section is on top for convenience and features molded-in cradles and door shelves with stainless steel accents for rugged durability and plenty of room for food and beverages.
The refrigerator section has an innovative cooling evaporator protected by an aluminum shield with built-in air circulation fan; the fan pulls cold air across the evaporator and circulates the air in a convection to keep temperatures the same on top and bottom shelves. A condensation tray positioned under the evaporator captures condensate and channels it out the back, into an evaporation tray. This helps keep the Cruise 195 refrigerator section free of frost issues.
- Operate on multiple power inputs for seamless usage worldwide
- Separate compressors for refrigerator and freezer compartments
- Left swing door
- 4 sided stainless steel flange
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