Here's a compact 12v/110v fridge I was considering just yesterday.
Product Catalog - Model SHP1712SDC - SUPERCONDUCTOR Refrigerator AC/DC
These are about $125-150 US and are described as superconducting or solid state. So no compressor
, low current
draw and the same issue with cooling
down to 35-40F below ambient. I'm not sure if this is the same as peltier type (free piston?) fridges because the Avanti has no moving parts
if I'm correct.
Even the manual doesn't list the current
draw. But it uses a 12v lighter plug
with a 10A fuse for DC operation.
I ended up going with a standard compressor
type at 110v, 0.9A draw Frigidaire from Lowe's. $129 including tax. Mainly because I was concerned about the ability of the solid state type to cool down enough in hot weather
. I'm planning a 300w pure sine wave inverter
from Morningstar for the computer and maybe this fridge as well.
It's currently on dock
power and I'll still use ice on the hook until I'm capable of supporting a fridge away from the dock
. Reaching to get a cold brew out of it right now.