actually usb-c power delivery spec allows up to 5A @ 20V for 100W, so in theory USB-C could totally power a DC Fridge no problemo.. however this is never gonna happen anytime soon unless you make it yerself, ignoring that low friction yankable plug such as USB-C would be a terrible idea for a fridge.I don’t think what you’re looking for exists. Even USB-C is only 3 amps at 5 volts. Best bet is to add another circuit direct to the battery. Lots of options for 15-20 quart fridges, all are 12v though.
Get an Alpicool 15qt fridge. It's cheap and very frugal on electrical use.it is mainly for use while driving long distance needs to be small and inexpensive. Once I get funds I will invest in a dometic or similiar/
When they put an "F" on the end of the MRO-40 I think is more of a typing error, The "F" usually applies to the MT Series of friidges IE MT-35F MT-45F MT-60F and the MT-80F etc, But the EU Importer does not bother to add the "F" to the model number of any of the MT series so it's more of a case of and error than anything else, The Only real difference would the part number designating which country a fridge is intended for,I am looking to buy an Engel MR040 fridge. But I can find them with an F and without an F in the model designation.
Engel MR040F and Engel MR040. Does anybody know what the difference is between the two? The one without an F is offered around a quarter cheaper, so what am I missing?
Floris with Land Cruiser en Vanagon Syncro.
Get over to Phalcon Overland in Vista and pick up one of their 45 liter Bluetooth enabled fridges, it's under $400 bucks. Go to just about any online 4x4 part seller and get a 15-20ft 12v fused cigarette adapter and run it to your battery. All problems solved.Looking for recommendations for a small electric cooler for the backseat of my truck. Want low draw. Don’t have cig lighter plugs only USB. Ports suuggestions