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Old 19-05-2024, 19:02   #1
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Converting EcoFlow Wave 2 12v AC to marine use

I saw these for sale for $600 for a refurbished unit and it peaked my interest. A small unit that I could run off house battery at night sounds great. Specs say 5100BTU cooling power at under 500w. Does anyone have experience with them?

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Also, what would it take to convert it to use sea water instead of running a duct out a porthole? Heat pumps are new to me, but the principle seems the same, could you just solder in a marine condenser like this one?
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Old 19-05-2024, 23:46   #2
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Re: Converting EcoFlow Wave 2 12v AC to marine use

I had the wave 1 and now have the wave 2. Works well. I don’t think you can or should convert it to saltwater cooling and you should go dometic for something like that.
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