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Engel AC/DC fridge/freezer MR040F-U1

Engel AC/DC fridge/freezer  MR040F-U1
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Man No. MR040F-U1
UPC: 0830151000280

The Engel MR040 is based on our popular MT45 model. It features the same ultra-efficient cooling system, but now in a more weather resistant and stylish all plastic exterior, which is ideally suited to boaters and outdoor campers alike.

The lid is conveniently reversible for easy access from either side. There is a storage tray under the lid for spare cords or fuses.

The corners are protected with large rubber bumpers.

Operates off 12/24V DC or 110V AC. It automatically switches power from 12/24 volts DC to 110 volts AC. UL approved

MR040

Commonly used by:
Fishermen - freezing fish or keeping bait frozen
Boaters - for making ice cubes
Campers - keep food frozen or beers chilled
Fire/EMS Departments - refreeze cool vests and store on-scene rehab liquids
Reps on the road - for frozen product samples
Truckers - for cooling refreshments
Biologists - for blast freezing test samples in the field
Remote Cabins- works well off wind and solar generators

Model Number: MR040F-U1

Power consumption: 0.7 - 2.5 Amps

Volume: 40 qt.

Equivalent: 58 cans (12 Fl.oz)

Weight: 48 lbs.

Inside Dims: 14.5" x 10.5" x 14.4"

Outside Dims: 25" x 15.5" x 18.5"

Freezing Ability: From 40F to below 0F

Temp. control : Variable

Available colors: Two tone gray

Carry handles: Yes

Refrigerant Gas: 134A

Input rating: DC12V - 2.5A

AC: 110V - 0.7A

Power Leads: 9' detachable

Fuse: 10A external fuse

Max Noise: 38 dB

Shipping Dims: 29" x 17" x 23"

Shipping Weight: 61 lbs.

Warranty: 2 years




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