Camco 950 Portable 95-Liter Electric Cooler with Dual Zone Cooling
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Camco 950 Portable 95-Liter Electric Cooler with Dual Zone Cooling is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 2.
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Camco 950 Portable 95-Liter Electric Cooler with Dual Zone Cooling

Camco 950 Portable 95-Liter Electric Cooler with Dual Zone Cooling is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 2.
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Ideal for road trips, RVing, camping, boating, tailgating, and more, the Camco 950 Portable Electric Cooler will keep your food and drinks cold while you're on the go. This electrically powered cooler plugs into either a standard 120V AC outlet or a 12V DC vehicle outlet for versatile, regulated cooling. The 95-liter cooler accommodates up to 123 cans and comes with removable wire baskets to provide maximum storage space. Dual zone cooling with two internal compartments allows you to independently cool and freeze at the same time. Features an adjustable temperature range of -4°F to 68°F. Two operating modes include ECO and MAX cooling.

The Camco 950 Portable Electric Cooler can be controlled remotely from your smartphone via a mobile app. An LED control panel on the cooler has a digital display that's easy to read and adjust. Interior LED lights allow you to see cooler contents at night. 3-mode low voltage protection for 12V DC outlets prevents dead car batteries and enables a deep draw on dual batteries.

The cooler is made of a durable polymer with reinforced exterior corners. Two wheels and an extendable aluminum handle allow you to easily roll the cooler. Two drain plugs (one in each compartment) release excess water for easy cleanup. Comes with a 7' A/C adapter and 11' 12/24V cigarette lighter plug adapter. Measures 35-5/16"W x 22-1/2"D x 18-7/32"H. Weighs 58.4 lbs.

• Plugs into 120V AC outlets or 12V DC vehicle outlets
• Two internal compartments with dual zone cooling let you independently cool and freeze at the same time
• Adjustable temperature range: -4°F to 68°F
• ECO and MAX cooling modes
• Smartphone compatible via Bluetooth or WiFi
• Easy-to-read and adjust LED control panel
• Interior LED lights
• 3-mode low voltage battery protection
• Two wheels and extendable handle for easy transport
• Drain plug in each compartment for releasing excess water
• Includes 7' AC adapter and 11' 12V cigarette lighter plug adapter
• Volume: 95 liters (100 quarts)
• Exterior Dimensions: 35-5/16"W x 22-1/2"D x 18-7/32"H
• Weight: 58.4 lbs.
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  • Perfect for RVing, camping, tailgating, and more
  • Plugs into a standard 120V AC outlet or a 12V DC vehicle outlet
  • Dual zone cooling with two compartments lets you cool and freeze at the same time
  • Can be controlled from your smartphone with a mobile app
  • Interior LED lights for viewing contents at night
Capacity 123 12-oz. Cans
Freezer Yes
Interior Light Yes
Size (cu. ft.) { "unit": "LITER", "amount": "95.0000", "family": "Volume", "base_data": "0.0950000", "base_unit": "CUBIC_METER" }
Weight (lbs.) 58.40 lbs
Unit Weight 69.25 lb
Brand Camco
MFG Part No. 51522
Rated 4 out of 5 by from It works great! I purchased the Camco 950 95L to add more refrigerator/freezer capacity during longer trips. We opted for a smaller fridge/freezer in our 33ft TT to get more cabinet space. My idea was to keep the 950 in the back of our pickup. It works great. First, I use a 12v battery while we drive- I measured the 950 draws about 30w average to keep one side frozen & one side refrigerated. I can rein about 19hrs on a 95aH battery (drawn to 50%). I simply plug in to ac when we stop & gave shore power. The 950 has Ben running 24/7 since we got it- so for about 3 months now. No issues. It freezes nice (either or both sides), getting down & maintaining around zero degrees F. I keep one side around 37F for drinks and such. Why one star off: tre unit can rattle some and be a bit noisy at times. Not an issue, it’s either in my garage or the bed of my truck. The digital temperature display isn’t super accurate, usually reading about 5F lower than what I measure inside. No biggie, I just set the unit a few degrees lower than I want. One bigger issue is the voltage display- when in battery it displays about 0.8V lower than the actual battery voltage. The cutoff values seem to be based on actual battery voltage, not the display, so more of an annoyance. Last gripe: contacted Camco about the digital display mis readings- a silly answer came back: this isn’t a high end refrigerator. That is bogus. No excuse for the voltage not reading properly! But, the unit refrigerates & freezes nicely & doesn’t draw much power, works great on battery. This fits my usage perfectly. I had frozen food, super cold drinks on a recent 7 day trip! No need to stop for supplies!
Date published: 2021-07-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great camper fridge replacement option I bought the 950 cooler as a replacement for an absorption-type refrigerator for use in my 14-foot camper. I always had issues at the beach with my old fridge cooling properly. I looked for a drop-in compressor fridge, but they seemed really expensive (2x the 950 cost). I tried to do some research online about this cooler, but I didn't see much, and the Camco website didn't have very much information. Finally, I crossed my fingers and ordered the cooler. I received the cooler at my house in about 2 weeks, plugged it in to shore power and it cooled down to 30F quickly. I installed the phone app on my Iphone and easily connected to the 950. The phone app seems like a version 1.0, and there was one point where I tried to change the temperature of the cooler via the app and I couldn't get it to work. The app did make it easy to change between eco mode and normal mode, and always reported the same temperature as the cooler display. I reversed the lids because of how I was using in my camper, which was easy. I planned to roll the cooler under my fixed bed setup, which worked great, but I was a bit concerned about heat buildup under the bed, so I had a small fan that I clipped to the handle of the cooler to circulate air under my bed. I had a 12-volt outlet in my camper, but it was only rated for 50 watts, so I e-mailed Camco to see how many watts the cooler is rated in eco mode. (The cooler has a 90 watt 120v power supply). Camco replied the next day saying the cooler used 35 watts in eco mode! I'd still like to verify this when I remember to bring home an amp meter from work. I'm wondering if the cooler spikes over 35 watts when the compressor starts. Anyway, I plugged in to 12 volts in my camper and left for Florida for a week. Before I left, I put some plastic wire management tubing around the 120v cord, just to protect it when I rolled the cooler back and forth from under my bed in the camper. On the trip, the fridge worked flawlessly, and was easy to roll in and out of its hiding place. The smaller cooler box (near the compressor) seemed to run a little warmer, I'm guessing because it was right next to the compressor components. It still stayed under the temperature I had set, though. I used the smaller box to put water bottles below the wire basket that comes with the cooler, and sandwiches in the basket on top. In the larger cooler box, the wire basket was the depth of the cooler (on the smaller box, the compressor takes up half of the lower space of that box). At one point, I did turn down the large box to 20F, and things started to freeze, but I didn't do any tests with trying to use one side as a freezer. I should note that I ran my AC in my camper the entire time, as well as using the small fan to circulate air that I mentioned. My travel time to Florida was about 6-7 hours, and the camper didn't get too hot inside. I didn't try running the cooler outside in the heat. I was very pleased with the 950 cooler for my first trip!
Date published: 2021-06-30
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1. Are the handle and/or wheels removable? 2. Assumimg "Yes" to above, what are the exterior dimensions of the unit?

Asked by: 8433049880
The wheels and handle can easily be removed with a screwdriver. The axle may potentially need to be knocked out with a hammer. Without the handle and wheels, the dimensions are: 35 5/16” (L) x 20 ½” (W) x 18 7/32” (H).
Answered by: CW Victor
Date published: 2021-05-28

Wiring my cargo trailer. What is the amperage supply required for AC and the amperage supply required for DC?

Asked by: conroejames
80W startup and 60W normal operating condition. AC – 0.67A for startup and 0.5A for normal operating conditions. DC – 6.7A for startup and 5.0A for normal operating conditions.
Answered by: CW Victor
Date published: 2021-05-27
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