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Dometic Tropicool TCX35

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The Dometic TropiCool TCX 35 is a highly efficient, energy-saving thermoelectric cooler in a fresh new design. Boasting many of the benefits of the popular Dometic TropiCool series...

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The Dometic TropiCool TCX 35 is a highly efficient, energy-saving thermoelectric cooler in a fresh new design. Boasting many of the benefits of the popular Dometic TropiCool series such as mobility, performance and convenience. A compact, efficient and lightweight cooler to take wherever you go!

Fresh design with soft-touch controls and a digital display – these are the hallmarks of the Dometic TropiCool series. What’s more, the popular high-tech coolers feature a lot of inner values: intelligent
power-save circuit, individually adjustable temperature, cooling performance up to 30 °C below the ambient temperature. If desired, the convenient units can also take care of keeping food
warm: activating the heating function supplies temperatures of up to +65 °C.

Dometic Tropicool TCX 35 is a thermoelectric cooler from the TCX range. Suitable for use on 12/24 volts DC and 230 volts AC. Volume: approximately 35 litres.

Dometic Tropicool TCX35 (Formerly Waeco) Features
- 230 volts
- 12/24 volts
- Cooling up to 30ºC below ambient temperature
- Heating up to +65°C
- Energy class A++
- TC special electronics
- Priority circuit for mains operation
- Intelligent power-save circuit
- Dynamic interior ventilation
- Wear-resistant fans

Specifications
  • Storage volume (approx.): 33L
  • Energy supply: 12/24 V DC 230 V AC
  • Energy consumption (12 V): 46 W
  • Energy consumption (24 V): 50 W
  • Energy consumption (230 V): 64 W
  • Energy class: A++
  • Cooling (below ambient temperature): max. 30°C
  • Heating: +50 up to +65°C
  • Insulation: Polyurethane (PU) foam all around
  • System: TC special electronics: 7-stage temperature regulation for cooling and heating – LED temperature readout – Memory function saves the most recent settings – Membrane keypad protects the electronics from dust and moisture
  • Material: Injection moulded parts
  • Colour: Dark grey / Pale grey
  • Dimensions (W x H x D): 550 x 460 x 376mm
  • Weight (approx.): 10.0kg
  • Test mark: TÜV/GS, e-certified (Automotive EMC Directive)


THIS COOLBOX USES THERMOELECTRIC TECHNOLOGY

What is the difference between the cooling technologies?


ABSORPTION COOLING

Details of distinguishing features:

  • Gas-powered cooling independent of electricity
  • Three way cooling – Gas, 12 volts DC or 230 volts AC
  • Silent operation
  • Cooling performance depending on the ambient temperature
The Technical Bit

A concentrated ammonia solution is heated in a boiler and expelled as vapour. The pressurised ammonia gas is then liquefied in a condenser. Supplied with hydrogen, it evaporates and in the process extracts heat from the storage container. The ammonia gas then enters the absorber where it is reabsorbed in a weak solution of ammonia. Finally, the saturated solution flows back to the boiler where the whole cycle starts again.


THERMOELECTRIC TECHNOLOGY

Details of distinguishing features:

  • 12 / 24 / 230 Volt
  • Independent of inclination
  • Lightweight and low-cost
  • Cooling performance depending on the ambient temperature

The Technical Bit

The thermoelectric principle was discovered by J. C. A. Peltier, which is why the temperature generating parts of thermoelectric systems are referred to as Peltier elements. Thermoelectrics are based on the fact that cold or heat energy (depending on the polarity) is generated when a DC current is conducted between different types of metal. The heating or cooling capacity is further enhanced by heat exchangers and air fans. Ideal for low and medium cooling volumes.


COMPRESSOR TECHNOLOGY

Details of distinguishing features:

  • Excellent cooling performance even at extreme ambient temperatures
  • Refrigeration and deep-freezing
  • 12 / 24 / 100 – 240 volts
  • Low power consumption – suitable for solar operation
  • Battery protection
  • Quiet operation with little vibration
  • Independent of inclination

The Technical Bit

Compressor units operate using a refrigerant that changes from liquid to gaseous state in the evaporator. The evaporation extracts heat from the interior of the cooling unit – the temperature drops. The compressor draws in the refrigerant, compresses it and passes it on to the condenser. Here, the absorbed heat is released to the atmosphere. The refrigerant liquefies again and flows to the evaporator, where the cycle begins again.



Features at a Glance

4 Customer Reviews on Dometic Tropicool TCX35

Waeco Tropicool 35L

by Lizzie (01 Jun 2017)
5 star review(5/5)
What a fabulous size this cooler is! Can get enough food in for the whole family plus drinks. Keeps everything cool and fresh. So pleased with it!
5 5

My new Tropicool

by George Dixon (22 Jul 2016)
5 star review(5/5)
Recently arrived back from my trip to West Wales in my Motorhome and the weather was really hot. Just wanted to leave a review as my new TCX35 performed really well and would recommend it.
5 5

Waeco Tropicool 35

by jed the red (28 Apr 2016)
5 star review(5/5)
Firstly,brilliant service from leisure shop direct. The Waeco 35 is the business,im a truck driver and away all week,the cooler does a fantastic job,keeps all my food and drink cold no problem
5 5

Ideal!

by Mrs Whittaker (23 Jul 2015)
5 star review(5/5)
The fridge is absolutely ideal. It is well worth the money. it is convenient and easy to use. The fridge was brought for my truck as i can be away from home most of the week, so therefore can now take provisions to last. I would gladly recommend the Waeco Tropicool 35litre.
5 5
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