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What's the consumption on this unit?
Max mode running at 0℉, the consumption is around 0.805kw.h/24h (The experimental data are for reference only, the exact data will vary depending on how much you load and the ambient temperature)
Is this product able to ship overseas?
Sorry to tell you that VLPro75D can't ship overseas.
When you s?ay this is 12/24V DC, are you saying that it can accept a 24volt DC input or that I need to put two 12V Deep cycle batteries in parallel instead of series? or can it handle them in series or parallel
Hi, it can accept 12V DC or 24V DC input.
Is there a cover available for this?
expect to see it in July. XD
Do the lids come off completely like the LV60 Pro ?
Will you be releasing a slide that fits the VL75ProD
not yet until now, but we are designing, hope it can see you soon :)
I see that is has a weather proof panel so can this unit be used in an outdoor setting? Was just wonder if it was similar to the ARB Elements fridge freezer that can be left uncovered and exposed to the elements. Thanks
hi, it's fine when it's drizzling, but don't be exposed to the heavy rain.
This is still a 12-volt refrigerator
yes, a 12/24V DC, 110/240V AC powered refrigerator.
|Rated Current AC||1.1A-0.65A||1.1A-0.65A||1.1A-0.65A||1.1A-0.65A|
|Rated Current DC||7.5A/3.7A||7.5A/3.7A||7.5A/3.7A||7.5A/3.7A|
(no load in Max mode
running at 0F)
|Type||Single Zone||Single Zone||Dual Zone||Dual Zone|
|Function||Fridge or Freezer||Fridge or Freezer||Fridge and Freezer||Fridge and Freezer|
Can open the lid from each side and you don't need to change your position and worry about how to place your fridge.
Low Power Consumption
Average consumption is 60W, energy saving with high efficiency compressor, in the no-load state and Max mode, running at 0F, the power consumption of VL75ProD is about
A Dual DC inter power at opposing end for convenient use, USB outlet for charging your mobile device.
3 stage battery protection prevents dead car, anti-EMC system protects your car from interfering with the operation of add-on.
No need to disassemble, open the lid in 3 ways: front, back, or lift up the whole lid directly.
Easy to clean the refrigerator with drain hole.
2 USB Ports
2 USB sockets specially designed for mobile devices. (Only available under DC power supply)
For the fridge 5 stars all day, now for the dc plug since is a part of the fridge a 3 starts. because it does not sit properly or fully in either the 12v receptacle in my truck or the jackery that i use to power it...any minor move of the plug shuts the fridge down. I will like know if there is any solution to this problem or if anyone else had the same issue.
There’s no better. The fridge and freezer run perfectly. Tons of room, love the removable holding grates (you can remove the food to move the thing, only con is it’s heavy for one person) Runs extremely quiet what more could you want get iatt.
Bought the VL75PROD about 4 months ago.
Ran both sides at 38 degrees for at least 2 months on AC house current at before loading into the bed of my truck (that has a cap on it). I vented the cap windows about 2 inches for air circulation.
I have an isolated 70AH second battery under the hood specifically for camping use.
Set the small side to 9 degrees and the large side to 38 degrees. Middle position for battery discharge and economy mode when I left.
Ran back roads, mountain paths, nasty back roads, mud pits, and bounced it around harder than I probably should have.
Worked perfectly for 1 month on 12 volt DC and 6,200 miles of travel.
BTW. It ran perfectly in 115 degree weather in Nevada. (Probably was 140 degrees inside the cap) It also ran perfectly in 50 degree weather at 12,000 ft altitude.
I would never hesitate to recommend it or buy another one !!!
Studied the options a lot and was going to get the VL60 Dual. But the versatility of the Pro Dual lids really was a must have in my setting. So bought the smallest they had, the 75ProD. Glad I stepped up to the larger size, as I thought the 75 would be way bigger. It is, but I was expecting a much more spacious unit. Although traveling alone much of the time, I need the frig / freezer room. So for me, the 75 is the smallest I should have gone.
The lids work great. Also, for anyone with space limitations, the 75ProD is marketed as being 38 inches long. I saw one video where he said it was more like 35. I could not have fit a unit 38 inches long into the space available, so took a chance that it really was more like 35 inches. And, it turned out to be the case. Fit perfectly.
I looked around but couldn't find a coupon that worked for a reduced price. So paid the full $999, and don't regret the purchase at all. It is installed in a Toyota Echo where the passenger seat used to be. Ahead of it is a 300 AH of LiFePO4 battery, which fits with 3 inches to spare between it and the ICECO.
Works great, used it on a 1150 mile trip and it worked great, both freezer and refrigerator while plugged into a 12 volt outlet.
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3. AC Power Cord *1
4. DC Power Cord *1
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Spare handle *1
Drain plug *1
Protective corner *4