The Freeline 115 by Isotherm represents an evolution of the Elegance line designed for both the Marine & Recreational Vehicle market. The Freeline 115 features a spacious cabinet comprised of a 83 liter fridge and a 32 liter freezer compartment which allows for storage of extra frozen goods. Unique design allows this large fridge to fit in limited spaces such as fitting the hull curve on most boats.
Characterized by superior cooling performance, the Freeline 115 also excels at energy efficiency. An integrated control panel allows you to select maximum cooling or ECO Mode for economical operation and minimum battery consumption. The Freeline 115 control panel allows easy control of fridge functions such as temperature setting and internal lighting while providing simple system diagnosis.
Why go electric?
The electric only refrigerators are compressor operated instead of the traditional RV gas absorption operation. This allows for more efficiency during 120 volt and 12 volt use. Exterior ventilation is not required, like propane operated refrigerators. Gas absorption refrigerators must be level to operate, Isotherm refrigerators are capable of functioning at angles of up to 30°.
Low voltage protection
In order to prevent excessive battery depletion, a protection device shuts off the compressor in case of insufficient voltage (10.4v) and turns it back on when the voltage in the system increases after the batteries have been charged (11.7v).
This refrigerator does not mount with a flange. Instead there are four mounting points on the interior sidewalls of the refrigerator. This allows for a clean installation that is not visible from the outside of the refrigerator.
Electric refrigerators are sensitive to power changes or insufficient power. It is important that the system can handle 15 amps of 12V DC power. A minimum of 10 gauge wire for installations up to 12 ft. is required. If the refrigerator is supplied with insufficient power, it will not operate, or show signs of difficulty operating.
12V DC / 120V AC
31-1/2"H x 20-3/4"W x 21-3/8"D
31-1/2"H x 20-3/4"W x 19-1/2"D
5-1/4"H x 15-1/2"W x 14-1/2"D D
Instantaneous Power Consumption
Average Daily Power Consumption
The dimensions listed here are for reference and are not intended to be used for cabinet design. We highly recommend taking measurements from the actual product before finalizing the design of your cabinetry and/or cutouts.