Ultra Energy Efficient Refrigerator at Log Home Show

New SunDanzer 12 VDC Refrigerator Operates on One Solar Panel

Las Vegas, NV. A revolutionary low energy use refrigerator will be on display at the Log Home Show at Cashman Field this Friday, Saturday and Sunday. This new chest-style refrigerator runs on low voltage (12 or 24 VDC) and uses only 8 watts of power, making it ideal for small solar systems. It will be on display in the Vegas Trailer Supply Solar Booth.


Until now, the power needed to run a refrigerator was four to twenty times more power. This low power consumption makes them ideal for homes off the grid, cabins, houseboats, recreational vehicles or people who want to save a lot of energy. Normally the refrigerator uses more electricity than any other appliance, except for an airconditioner.

Vegas Trailer Supply had the specially NASA designed refrigerator shipped in from Sweden so it could be tested. "We couldn't believe the claims of the importer, SunDanzer, so we tested it for three weeks before we let the public know about it" said Michael Little, Manager of Vegas Trailer Supply, an RV parts store that specializes in solar energy products.

There are two sizes of the battery operated refrigerators and two freezer models. At a higher cost there is a battery-free refrigerator that hooks directly to one solar panel. It keeps food cold, even on cloudy days. Flyers will be available at the show detailing specifications, sizes and prices. Pictures and information is also available through linked pages on www.vegastrailer.com.

"We've never seen anything like this in the Solar Industry or the RV Industry." said Little. "This new technology offers a new way of keeping food cold that has never before been available."

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