Dometic WAECO CRX110, CoolMatic built-in 108L refrigerator. A 2-Way Fridge-Freezer for 12 / 24 volts DC and 100-240 volts AC operation, designed for recreational vehicles.
This latest CRX110 model replaces the previous Dometic Waeco CR-1110 model. The new CRX range has the same physical dimensions as the previous CR models, but slightly improved performance including; greater temperature control, reduced noise, and better energy efficiency. Full details outlined below.
There is no requirement for an extra adaptor to operate the fridge on 240Volts power source.
The well-proven Dometic WAECO CoolMatic refrigerator series provide outstanding energy efficient refrigeration for built-in mobile applications such as Caravans, Motorhomes, Houseboats, Yachts and other recreational vehicles. Their operation is reliable even in tilted positions and high ambient temperatures.
Key Features of new CRX range:
- Custom built Dometic Waeco compressor (Variable speed compressor) replaces Secop (Danfoss) compressor from previous models
- Improvement in energy consumption (-10% to -30%)
- Digital/LED interface with precise control and improved interior lighting
- Greater Temperature control with LAC (Low Ambient Control) – no need for adding winter kit accessory like previous models. The winter mode ensures optimum operation at ambient temperature of below 16 °C
- Drainage plug system for easy cleaning
- Better air-ventilation and durability of the hot side
- Ambient temperature driven Fan Speed to reduce noise (at 38°C fan runs with higher speed)
- Variable door mounts & hinges right (standard)/left
- Door with double lock (top/bottom) & dual function (locking/ventilation)
- Shelves, racks, hinges, door and door lock are the same as previous models to allow sharing of parts if needed
- Installation frame (Standard or Flush Mount) accessory options. See Accessories List above
Product Category Upright RV Compressor Fridges
Warranty Period: 3 Years
Fridge Voltage 12 / 24 / 240 V
Product Type Dometic WAECO CRX CoolMatic series compressor driven refrigerator for 12 / 24 volts DC and 100-240 volts AC operation, designed for recreational vehic
Total Capacity (Litres) 108
Freezer Compartment (Litres) 9.5
Fridge Depth (mm) 558
Fridge Width (mm) 520
Fridge Height (mm) 745
Insulation CFC-free polyurethane foam
Avg Power Consumption approx. 50 watts
Colour Body: black, door frame: silver, door panel: matt-silver (brushed stainless steel appearance)
Voltage 12 / 24 Volts DC and 240 Volts AC
Net Weight (kg) 28
Cut Out Required Flush Frame: 546 x 747 x 553 mm (W x H x D)
Cut Out Required Standard Frame: 524 x 747 x 505 mm (W x H x D)
Temperature range Freezer: -18°C to -6 °C, Fresh: 3 °C to 12 °C
Popular Product Applications Caravan fridge, 12V upright fridge, 2 way caravan fridge, Dometic caravan fridge, caravan compressor fridge
System Fully hermetic Waeco compressor with integrated control electronics, low-voltage protection, electronic fuse/automatic reverse pole protection, one NT
Installation Refer to the Product Manual / Installation Guide for installation instructions from the manufacturer. For optimal performance of RV compressor fridges
Power consumption (DC 12V) 1.2 Ah/h (@12 V, +5 °C Fridge, -17°C Freezer , 25 °C ambient temperature) setting 3
Product Material Stainless steel fittings, plastic interior, plastic door frame, vinyl coated steel door panel, body with coated metal frame
NOTE Testing/Certificates: GS, CE, E4, EMC, RCM
Climate Class T
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Quality product Review by Mark EngledowProd ct is great and we buy from you all the time(Posted on 14 January 2023)
Great all round.. Review by Mark SintonPerfect for the needs of a van conversion. Great product. Size is also great for the 2 of us when travelling..(Posted on 5 January 2023)
Well Done !!! Review by Dennis KellyReplaced the old 3 way Dometic with the CRX110 fridge/freezer. Fitted perfect in the Motorhome, with no problems with installation or wiring. So happy with our new Dometic Waeco Coolmatic (wife loves it !!)(Posted on 19 April 2022)
Excellent quality pro Review by Morry ClarkOrdered and received within a week, we are very happy with the performance and quality of this fridge.(Posted on 2 September 2021)
The manual refers to a red/black cable to connect to the battery. But all I can find is a white/black cable?
Yes it is a white/black cable. Simply follow the cable back to the compressor model to see which is labelled as negative and which is positive.
For any Waeco technical support simply call 1800 212 121. Thanks!
How often do I need to service my Dometic RV/Caravan appliances?
Dometic recommend servicing their gas appliances on a yearly basis, even if the vehicle has not been used. Additionally, bear in mind that insects can built nests in the gas appliances which will cause the appliances to stop working. It can also cause potentially dangerous scenarios.
For other appliances, such as refrigerators and air conditioners, to ensure the appliances to work efficiently and last longer it is recommended to clean the condenser.
Hi, what compressor is used in the Waeco CoolMatic CR fridges?
Hi Jake; the Waeco CoolMatic CR range of fridges use a Secop compressor.
In Summer 2016, Dometic Waeco will release a newer version of these models known as the Waeco CoolMatic CRX range, and these fridges use a Waeco compressor. These newer models are available in the same size, and offer a couple of additional benefits such as removable freezer compartment, slightly reduced noise, and slightly better energy efficiency.
The manual for the latest CRX models mentions that you need a MPS 35 Rectifier (listed as an accessory) if you plan on connecting to 12v and 240v, is this correct and where are they available from and the cost?
Hi James, great question. The latest version of the Dometic CRX Manuals do make reference to an MPS Rectifier as an accessory... which is a little confusing because you definitely do NOT need this rectifier to run any of the Dometic CRX models on AC (240 Volt) mains power. All of the Dometic CRX models can be operated directly on a 12/24V DC or 240V AC power source.
The reason it is mentioned in the manual is that it is a universal manual, intended for a world wide audience...and there are some versions of the CRX models sold in other parts of the world (outside Australia) which are slightly different than the models in Australia.
In summary; the latest versions of the Dometic Waeco CRX Compressor RV Fridges that we sell here in Australia do NOT need any sort of adaptor or rectifier to be able to run on either DC or AC power. Many thanks.
Can you confirm which Dometic Waeco CRX models have the LAC (Low Ambient Control) (winter kit) fitted as standard? The CRX product manual states only CRX 110 & 140 models have this fitted.
Hi there, the Winter Kit/LAC function is built into the Dometic Waeco CRX110 & CRX140 models only. These two CRX models have a permanent freezer (the 3 smaller CRX models have a removeable freezer). The LAC winter mode ensures optimum operation at ambient temperature of below 16°C.
There is no LAC function inbuilt to the CRX80/65/50 models...nor can a 'winter kit' be fitted to these 3 smaller models.
The Dometic CRX units are tropical rated fridges, which the specified operating temperature is 18-43°C. They will still maintain a normal fridge compartment temperature when the ambient is lower than 18°C, but will cycle off for longer periods, and depending on stock level the freezer temp may rise...Hint: if the freezer is stocked fully with dense products, then the temp will hold over for longer in the off cycle.
With regards to the Dometic Waeco Upright fridge models. Can I choose which side of the door the hinge goes on?
Some models require the customer to choose a hinge position prior to delivery. You will notice a Left Or Right Hand hinge option on the product page.
With all the other models you will be supplied with a hinge conversion kit. The door will come with the hinge on the right hand side as standard. You can easily change it over using the kit. Feel free to view the Installation instructions on the product page for each model.
Does the fridge auto select between 12v/24v?
Hi - Yes it does!
Thank you :)
1) What is the thickness of the outside door (including the rubber seal)? 2) How long from payment to delivery to South Penrith NSW 2750?
Hi - the thickness of the door including the rubber seal is approx. 60mm.
Once payment is received, you can allow 1-2 business days to arrive at your address in Penrith, NSW.
Dometic WAECO CoolMatic CRX110 Fridge & Freezer 108L I am looking at the above unit and have a limit off 510mm on my entrance to the camper. What would be the depth size if I removed the door of the fridge freezer unit
We do not have an official measurement, but would expect the door to add about 30mm.
Does the fridge require a fuse on red circuit between fridge and battery?
Hi Nathan, yes it does. The manual recommends a fuse of at least 15 A (at 12 V) or 7.5 A (at 24 V). Many thanks
Hello, can you advise me how the CRX110 compares to an equivalent size evaporative fridge in relation to weight and interior space? Cheers, Paul
Hi Paul, this Dometic Waeco CRX110 2 way compressor fridge has a total capacity of 108 litres, inclusive of a 9.5 litre freezer compartment. It has the following dimensions and weight:
745 x 520 x 558 mm (HxWxD)
A comparable 3 way absorption fridge model would be the Dometic RM8501 which has a total capacity of 106 litres, inclusive of a 9 litre freezer compartment. It has the following dimensions and weight:
821 x 523 x 529 mm (HXWxD)
If you need to consider larger or smaller 3-Way Absorption Fridge-Freezer models, you can browse our full range HERE. Thank you.
I'm fitting a new crx110 108litre frig I have removed the tabs inside the frig but there are no screw holes is it ok to to screw from the inside through the outside insulation to secure frig?
Thanks for your question.
There are no holes pre drilled in the fridge.
Dometic recommend drilling a hole no larger than the size of the screw that you will be using to secure the fridge.
I was told the Waeco CRX has removable freezer compartments- is that correct for all models?
Hi Sam, in the CRX range, only the CRX50, CRX65, and the CRX80 models have a removable freezer compartment.
The two larger models in the ranf (CRX110 and CRX1140) do not have a removable freezer. Thanks
In reference to Waeco CR-1110 Fridge: 1) Is this fridge different than the CR-110 model? 2) Is the compressor a Secop Model Number: BD35F?
Hi there - yes, the CR-1110 supercedes the CR-110, and now operates on 240Volts as well, without requiring an extra adaptor.
Relating to the compressor, it is a Secop Model BD50.
Thank you, Steve.
A lot of sellers are advertising this fidge as having a interchangable front door skin, yet the installation manual does not mention this, nor is there anything instructional video on the web. Can you help me
Hi There, it isn't a product that we sell but am aware of other retailers that do sell the panel. You could contact Dometic on 1800 21 21 21 to confirm
Is the frame (Standard or Flush frame) required as part of installing the CRX fridge?
Hi there, the answer is No. The frame is not required as part of the install. The frame is an option to help with presentation within your cabinetry; it tidies up the fridge perimeter in either a flush style or standard style (fridge door sits out proud). So the frame is just an option.
The fridge is fixed to your vehicle typically by the screw holes in the floor and there are side screw holes as well. Thanks.
We currently have an old Waeco CR model refrigerator in our camper. How is the performance and offering of the newer CRX models in comparison?
Hi there, the latest versions of the Dometic Waeco Compressor fridge-freezers are known as the 'CRX' range, which replace the old CR models. The new CRX range has the same physical dimensions as the previous CR models, but slightly improved performance including; greater temperature control, reduced noise, and better energy efficiency. More specifically:
Our staff use them in their personal RV's and our customers have provided excellent feedback. We would not hesitate in recommending them. Many thanks.
- Custom built Dometic Waeco compressor (Variable speed compressor) replaces Secop (Danfoss) compressor from previous models
- Improvement in energy consumption (-10% to -30%)
- Tropical rated: designed and rated to work up to 43 degrees C
- Interior Temperature Range: Freezer -15 °C to -5 °C, Fresh: 3 °C to 12 °C, rapid cooling (without freezer): min. -6 °C ± 2 °C
On the Dometic CRX110, when the temp drops below 16 deg C does the winter function kick in automatically of do you need to select?
Hi there, the Winter Kit/LAC function is built into the Dometic Waeco CRX110 & CRX140 models. These two CRX models have a permanent freezer (the 3 smaller CRX models have a removeable freezer). The LAC winter mode ensures automatic optimum operation at ambient temperature of below 16°C.
Are the Waeco CRX Fridges Tropical Rated?
Hi there, yes is the answer. The Waeco CoolMatic CRX range is classified as having a Climatic Class of 'T'.
Fridges graded 'T' (which stands for Tropical) are designed and rated to work up to 43 degrees C. Thanks.
What size fuse needed on positive wire of 12 volt system for CRX110 or is there already a fuse in 12 vollt system?
Dometic recommend the use of a 15A fuse on the 12V connection for the CRX110.
CRX110. Looking at ventilation, Does the fan mounted to the fins, suck air away from the fins, or blow air over them.
It will blow air across the vents to assist in removing hot air from the cooling fins.
Hi, I am very curious about the rated power consumption of 1.2A/h. I assume this is consumption whilst fridge is running and not average consumption. If not, can you advise what the actual A/h are whilst running?Is this labelled on the fridge or just
The 12V power consumption supplied by Dometic is as follows:
1.2 Ah/h (@12 V, +5 °C Fridge, -17°C Freezer , 25 °C ambient temperature) setting 3
The rated current of the fridge is: 6.2A.
Can you please give me the coverage and the dimensions of the Dometic Waeco Standard Installation Frame CR-110-EST?
The Standard Intallation Frame for the CRX110 fits the external dimensions of the fridge, being:
Height (mm) 745 Width (mm) 520 Depth (mm) 558 (with door)
The cut-out requires (With Standard Frame)is: 524(w) x 747(h) x 505(d) mm
Is this fridge suitable for installation in a 4WD canopy which will be driven over very rough and corrugated tracks?
These fridges are designed for caravans and motorhomes.
If using it in the back of a canopy you would need to make sure it is installed very securely and has plenty of ventialtion.
Can the temps for fridge and freezer each be set independently?
Unfortunatley not sorry. There is only one temperature control module in these fridges.
Can a ply panel be fitted to the fridge door for presentation purposes?
You may be able to do that, though you would want to avoid covering up the latch mechanism so you can open the door.
Hi, I've read that the crx110 comes with a drainage plug system, I do plan on mounting this inside the canopy on the back of my 4WD. Can I access the drain plug without having to remove the fridge ? And how often do I need to drain it ?
The water drain outlet is designed to be set up when the fridge is installed.
Unfortunately it is not designed to be opened and closed as required.
Please refer to page 21 in the following manual:
What is the minimum screw size needed to mount a CRX110 through the 4 blanks on the side walls and into the cabinetry?ie. how thick are the side walls?
You would be best speaking directly with Dometic on 1800 21 21 21 as we are not supplied with that information.
Will this fridge tolerate operating in a semi-closed space? E.g. Mounted to the side wall of the cockipit on a boat.
Hi, it is advised that there is sufficient ventilation around the refrigerator, especially behind it near the cooling unit.
The fridge does not come with mounting brackets. However, there are four screw holes inside the base of the fridge that allows you to fix the fridge to the floor.
Hope that helps - cheers, Steve
Is the price the same for Left Hand hinge? How do I order?
Hi, the Dometic Waeco CRX range of upright RV fridges come with variable door mounts & hinges, so they can either be left hand hinge, or right hand hinge. They come delivered right hinged as standard, but you can easily change them over to a left hand hinge. So there is no price difference when it comes to hinge side, it is the same unit and you can choose what side hinge you want to use.
In terms of placing an order, you can either add it to the shopping cart on the website, and then fill in your delivery and payment details online...or, you can call us on 1300 400 122 and place an order over the phone with our team. Many thanks :)
At what voltage will the fridge shut down?
Hi, The refrigerator can be operated with a 12 V or a 24 V DC voltage supply. To protect the battery, the refrigerator switches off automatically if the voltage is insufficient:
12V cut-off voltage: 10.4 Volts
24V cut-off voltage: 22.8 Volts
I have bought a second hand Waeco CR110. Manual mentions that I need an adaptor for the 240volt. It did come with a cable that can plug directly into 240. I cannot find the model number on the fridge so unsure if it could be a CRX110 which does not nee
Dometic do make a 240v adapter. See here: https://www.mygenerator.com.au/dometic-waeco-cool-power-240-volt-adaptor-150w.html
** Dometic Troubleshooting Tip ** - Try the fridge on 240 V AC mains power
If it works normally on 240 v mains power, then the problem is almost certainly with your vehicle wiring, not the fridge.
** Dometic Troubleshooting Tip ** - Is the Fuse In the Cable Blown?
There is a fuse in the plug of most Dometic fridge cables. The fuse can be accessed by removing the single screw. Replace the fuse (with the same rating as original fuse) and reassemble. This is not a common problem, but it can happen and should be the firwt thing to check.
** Dometic Troubleshooting Tip ** - Have you cut or extended the cable supplied?
Unless you do this correctly you will prevent your fridge from getting enough voltage to operate correctly. The cable provided is the minimum thickness required for that length.
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