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Dometic Corp., P.O. Box 490, Elkhart, IN 46515. Phone 219-294-2511
Dometic Portable RC3000 Refrigerator
Rugged ... Compact ... Lightweight
This versatile portable is perfect for campsites, boating or tailgate parties.
Uses three power sources: LP gas, 12-volt DC and 120-volt AC.
* 35-liter capacity
* Easily-fastened pulling handle
* Push button piezo igniter
* Hermetically sealed lid
* Durable plastic molded casing
* Turquoise color
18" without wheels
21" with wheels
Depth: 8-11/16" I have an issue with this dimension.
Dometic portable freezers and refrigerators are great for extended outings. The freezers consist of one-piece lightweight molded cases with foam insulation. For continuous cooling, plug them into a vehicle's cigarette lighter or any standard AC outlet. At just under 20", the DC400, with a capacity of 1.5 cubic feet, fits into the RV basement storage compartment. The DC 550, with a capacity of 2 cubic feet, has travel latches to ensure a tight seal. Both run on 12 volt DC and 120 volt AC power. Dial back the thermostats on these units and they become portable refrigerators. The RC3000 portable refrigerator, with a storage [b]capacity of 1.5 cubic feet
, has a snap-on handle and wheels for greater mobility. Using Dometic's absorption cooling method, it runs on three types of power: 12 volt, 110 volt, or LP gas. It has a push-button piezo igniter for gas operation and an LED indicator for AC operation. The lid is hermetically sealed and its uni-body design won't dent or rust. For information, surf www.dometic.com
The RC4000 http://tinyurl.com/pwo37 http://tinyurl.com/z5svv
Large 1.2 cu ft interior
holds plenty of drinks for the whole family. Lightweight and compact with rugged gray plastic exterior. Includes thermostat and push button piezo igniter. Works with
three different power sources: LP gas, 12-volt DC, or 120-volt AC. 20½"Hx20½"Wx18"D, 45 lb.
The MadOne wrote:Dometic is an absorption fridge...plug it into 120VAC at home and get it as cold as wanted, transfer it to your vehicle and run it on 12VDC and when you get to the campground you can run it off of shore power if available or run it off of propane if not...I have read a couple of real world tests on it and they were very good, has a very low propane usage and just plain works...don't ask for a link...I have lost it...the RC4000(in your link) is a similar unit...I don't know how they actually compare size wise
EDIT...found the size diff...the rc4000 is 2liters smaller
I am having an issue with the size of the RC3000 Vrs. the RC4000. Besides the most likely fact that the RC3000 seem scarce. the small interior size of the RC3000 seems not too good. NOTE: the interior size of the 3k and the 4k and something don't add uP.
What is your response and do you really think the 3k size is big enough for your needs?
I am now looking at the Dometic RM4223 and doing some comparisons.