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Dometic Waeco CRX140 Caravan Compressor Fridge

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Dometic Waeco CoolMatic CRX140 Caravan Fridge-Freezer

The Waeco CoolMatic CRX140 fridge freezer is the largest of the Waeco caravan/motorhome CRX fridges. This particular fridge is the only one which has built in mains so no extra adapters are required to run it off 230v, it also runs on 12v - 24v. With it’s luxurious interior and high quality stainless steel finish this makes the Waeco CRX140 ideal for all applications such as horse box conversions, caravans, motorhomes and yachts and especially for those customers who aren’t so restricted as to galley size! This refrigerator has a large total capacity of 130 litres which also includes an 11 litre 3 star freezer unit situated at the top if the fridge. The door can be hinged on either side, this can be facilitated easily and quickly.

If you require an even larger compressor refrigerator, we can also supply, -to order,- larger models up to 270 litres! These are still capable of running at less than 4.1 amps/hour at low voltage, and have various options like a cooling unit that can be mounted to the side or above or below the main cabinet. Some models even benefit from seperate freezer doors


Without Frame ( Standard ready to fit. ): 817 x 525 x 620mm, Door proud of galley.
With optional standard frame: 817 x 529 x 620mm, Door proud of galley.
With optional flush-mount frame: 817 x 551 x 668mm, Door flush into galley.

Dometic Waeco CRX140 features:

  • Very low consumption on 12 or 24 volts
  • Suitable for Solar operation
  • Rated freezer compartment to -18°C
  • Interior cool blue LED light
  • Large bottle holder
  • Door with magnetic seal
  • Positive top and bottom mechanical seal for use on the move
  • The door can be locked in a vented position when the fridge is not in use
  • Freezer compartment
  • Door tray & Salad bin
  • Easy to change décor panel
  • Danfoss BD50 Compressor
  • Chome version available at extra cost
  • Flush and Standard Frames available at extra cost, the frames for this model only are available in Chrome as well


Technical Specifications:

H815 x W525 x D620 mm
Approx Weight:
27.5 kg
Runs On:
Approx. 130 litres including 11.0 litre freezer compartment
12/24v (Cigarette lighter) & 230v Mains (3 Pin Plug)
Average power consumption:
approx. 65 watts
Current consumption:
2.3 Ah/h at +25°C ambient temperature, 2.6 Ah/h at +32°C ambient temperature, both at +5°C interior temperature
Temperature - down to -:
approx. +12 to -15°C
More Information:
Call us on 0151 334 0222
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  • CR 140 for a narrowboat

    Posted by Unknown on 5th Jul 2015

    Simple installation of this quiet running fridge with a decently sized 3 star freezer compartment.
    We are using the fridge only on our 12 volt DC supply though the built-in ability to run it from a mains AC supply is a nice touch. We have been running the fridge for a few weeks now and it seems to be reasonably frugal on its power consumption - the manufacturers claim of a current draw in the low 2's amps in ambient temperatures in the low to mid-twenties seem realistic. It is perhaps not the prettiest fridge around though the looks should improve when I replace the standard front panel with an oak-veneered plywood panel. The catch for ventilating the fridge when not in use is a good idea.
    Internal temperature of the fridge compartment at a setting below "halfway on the dial" is cold & perfectly adequate, and well-maintained; the freezer compartment does just what it says.
    We do not drain the fridge to an external point - not a straightforward process on a boat when the fridge is built-in - but remove the internal drain tray from time to time; this is a bit of a fiddle but works OK.
    There seems to be scope to improve the storage arrangements on the door. There is a well-sized bottom shelf for milk/drinks bottles/etc, with two fixed shelves at the top of the door, the upper of which has a pivoting clear plastic cover; whilst the shelves are fine in themselves it would be more useful if the lower one were height-adjustable - there seems plenty of room between it in it's current position and the tops of bottles on the bottom shelf - and better still if there were a further shelf .....
    We bought this fridge to replace our previous fridge, an Engel, which had died (after 24 years!) and are very pleased with it's performance and delighted with it's capacity. We only hope that it is as durable as it is practical.

  • Cr140 on a boat.

    Posted by Unknown on 19th Sep 2014

    Not very modern looking but it performs well and seems like a very robust Fridge freezer.
    The vent catch for when not in use is a great feature, Plug and play installation was easy to follow. I use it on 110v and 12v.
    Only used once so with time I will have a better idea.

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