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MyAirstreamJoy 06-10-2013 11:00 AM

Marine Refrigerator
Would anyone have any knowledge about these units for under counter side by side refrigerator/freezer for a 1975 Airstream Tradewind??


Isotherm CRUISE 90 Freezer Stainless Steel
Model CR 90 F Stainless Steel
Volume 3.1 cubic feet
CRUISE 90 Freezer Stainless Steel
The CR 90 Freezer Stainless Steel has the same outside
dimensions as the CR 130 DRINK Stainless Steel Refrigerator.
Paired side-by-side, this elegant combination adds value to any
galley design.. The CR 90 F Stainless Steel is equipped with
three shelves and four separate hatches that help retain the cold
when accessing supplies. The CR90 freezer comes standard with
a fan-cooled compressor
Isotherm CRUISE 130 DRINK Stainless Steel
Model CR 130 DRINK Stainless Steel
Volume (l) 4.6 cubic feet
CRUISE 130 DRINK Stainless Steel
The CR 130 D Stainless Steel is the stainless steel design version
of the CR 130 D providing the customer with an extra space for
drinks instead of the freezer compartment. It is equipped with
inner light and a fan-cooled compressor as standard. The CR130
Drink pairs up with the Cruise 90 Freezer for the perfect combination of large fridge and freezer that can be installed under the
counter or stacked.

RickDavis 06-10-2013 11:46 AM

At a quick glance it looks like way too much power consumption if you are planning on boondocking and don't want to run a generator a lot

MyAirstreamJoy 06-10-2013 01:06 PM

Forgot to add that trailer will be equipped with solar, and generator backup.
i think I read a post from LEWSTER fro AM Solar in reference to this type marine refrigerator.

DKB_SATX 06-10-2013 01:30 PM

It looks like it draws about 43 amp-hours per day, based on the total wattage listed per day. That fits pretty well with what other companies are claiming for that danfoss compressor. That's about half a standard battery per day, which with decent solar charging should be no problem, but if you're going to be relying on just battery for very long you'll need several, or lots of generator time.

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