High efficient air cooled condenser for high ambient applications
134a refrigerant, 12-24 volt DC
Thermostat assembly and speed resistors included
12/24 Volt DC
Amperage @ 12 VDC:
2.2 Amps Running*
110-220 VAC / 50-60 Hz
Low Voltage Battery Protection:
Compressor Cooling Fan:
7.5" H x 11" W x 9" L 190mm H x 279mm W x 229mm L
15 LBS 6.9 KG
*Note: The amperage listed is while the unit is running.
The new Danfoss BD series compressors are speed variable so you can match compressor output to your cooling requirements. The LT201 systems will draw 2.1amps @ 12 volts while running at their slowest speed and at their highest speed setting they can draw up to 3.8 amps. The compressor will cycle on and off as the thermostat reaches it’s set points.
The control module is field adjustable and allows the compressor to run at variable speeds. Changing the control resistor from 0 to 1500 ohms, or any resistance in between, will change the speed of the compressor which increases or decreases the capacity of the system.
No resistor is slow speed, 2.2 amps @ 12 Volt DC for a small cooler (1.1 amps @ 24 Volt DC)
500 ohm resistor is medium speed and draws 3.2 amps @ 12 Volt DC for a larger cooler (1.6 amps @ 24 Volt DC)
1500 ohm resistor is high speed and draws 3.8 amps @ 12 Volt DC for larger freezers or coolers (1.9 amps @ 24 Volt DC)
When the compressor is running the LT201 will draw between 2.2 and 3.8 amps at 12 volts DC (1.1 to 1.9 amps @ 24VDC) depending on which resistor is used. The compressor will cycle on and off as the operating temperature is reached so overall power useable can be as little as around 25 amps per day for a small well insulated fridge up to a maximum of around 90 amps per day for a very large, poorly insulated freezer.
To determine 24hr consumption; calculate the run time for 24hrs and multiply this by the listed amperage.
Listed amperage will change with size of box, load of box, ambient temperature and unit door openings.