Indel B

FAQ

What are the exterior dimensions of the Travel Box Fridges?

The Indel B Travel Box Series all share the same length and width, and vary only by height. Here are the measurements.

TB31a: 23"L x 13.75"W x 15"H

TB41a: 23"L x 13.75"W x 17.5"H

TB51a: 23"L x 13.75"W x 21"H

What are the interior dimensions of the Travel Box Fridges?

The Indel B Travel Box Series all share the same length and width, and vary only by height. Here are the measurements.

TB31a: 10.5"L x 12.5"W x 11.5"H

TB41a: 10.5"L x 12.5"W x 14"H

TB51a: 10.5"L x 12.5"W x 17.5"H

What are the weights of the Travel Box Fridges?

The Indel B Travel Box Series are very light weight in comparison to other fridges of their same size. Here are the weights.

TB31a: 35.2 lbs

TB41a: 37.4 lbs

TB51a: 40.7 lbs

What voltages can the Travel Box Series run on?

The Travel Box Series can run on 12/24V DC, and 115/230V AC (50/60 Hz). They have an automatic transfer switch built in that will run on the higher voltage available and switch automatically to the lower voltage when the higher voltage is turned off. A very nice feature for emergency backup systems.

Can I run the Travel Box off a cigarette lighter outlet in my vehicle?

Yes, you sure can. But there are a few things to keep in mind. The outlets in your vehicle are more for light load applications, such as phone and battery chargers. A fridge requires a much larger draw. So it might be that the fridge will not run well of an existing outlet. We suggest installing a dedicated outlet, fused from the battery. You can use #12 AWG wire for up to 8', or #10 AWG wire up to 13' from the battery. This will ensure that the fridge has enough power to run correctly.

Does the Travel Box have battery protection? How does that work?

Yes, the Indel B Travel Box Series fridges offer battery protection, turning your fridge off when the supply voltage reaches a minimum threshold. It will also start back up when the voltage goes back up. There are 3 voltage levels to choose from, Low/Med/High. The switch to choose your voltage level is located on the back bottom of the fridge by the power cord connections. Here are the voltages.

 

Switch Position Cut-out 12V Cut-in 12V Cut-out 24V Cut-in 24V
Low 9.6V 10.9V 21.3V 22.7V
Med 10.1V 11.4V 22.3V 23.7V
High 11.1V 12.4V 24.3V 25.7V

What do all the controls do?

On/Off - Pushing this button will turn the fridge on or off

Temperature - Pushing the up or down arrow buttons will adjust the temperature setting inside the fridge. Pressing both buttons at once will change the display from C to F.

ECO/MAX - ECO is the Economy Operating Mode. Press the button once and the ECO light turns on. The compressor will run at a minimum speed by keeping a fresh temperature inside the fridge. Press the button again, and the ECO light will go off and the MAX light will come on. The fridge enters the MAX mode, or Maximum compressor turn rate mode. This will cool the interior down the quickest. The MAX light will stay on until the set temperature is reached.

Can I read the display in Fahrenheit?

Yes. By holding down both the up and down temperature buttons at the same time, you can toggle between Celsius and Fahrenheit.

When should I run the fridge in ECO mode?

The ECO mode allows the fridge to use as little energy as possible. Use this mode when using the unit as a fridge, with low ambient temperatures. A nice feature to use when the vehicle is off.

When should I run the fridge in MAX mode?

The MAX mode allows the fridge to run with the a maximum compressor turn rate. This means the fridge is running as fast as it can to achieve the desired temperature. Best used in high ambient temperatures, and when the vehicle is on or you are plugged into a 120V outlet.

Can I see the instruction manual?

You sure can. The link below with open a PDF for you. The English section is pages 12-20.

Indel B Travel Box Instruction Manual


Fridge Slides

FAQ

How do I see the LoadSpotter in Action?

You can watch the LoadSpotter operation video at the bottom of the LoadSpotter product page.Click this Link.

What are the LoadSpotter dimensions?

LoadSpotter Levitating Slide mounts easily to nearly any secure surface.

Over all slide dimensions: 22" x 35"

Inside tray: 16.5" x 26.5"

Vertical drop: 11.5"

What brand and size refrigerators will fit the LoadSpotter slide?

There is quick a range of fridges that fit the LoadSpotter. Please check the Tembo Tusk Slide Fridge Matrix. Click this Link.

Are there any optional extras available for the LoadSpotter slide?

Cutting Board Attachment:

Click this Link.

An optional cutting board is available that deploys from under the load tray.

Cutting board size: 12" x 18"

Track load capacity: 150 pounds

 

Docking Station:

Click this Link.

The Docking Station is a new option for those who do not want to leave their LoadSpotter slide in the vehicle all the time.

The Docking Station is permanently installed and allows the LoadSpotter to be easily removed or reinstalled without having to deal with hard to reach bolts.

 

How much clearance do I need above the LoadSpotter and still clear the top of my vehicle’s hatch or roof when I deploy the slide?

If you are using a fridge such as an Engel/ARB 35 or WAECO 35; these refrigerators are approximately 16 inches tall; you will need about 19.5 inches of clearance from the bolt down base plate of the LoadSpotter to the top of the hatch or roof to be able to deploy the slide.

 

If you are using a fridge such as an Engel 40/45, ARB 45/50, National Luna 40, WAECO 40/50, Norcold 40 or EdgeStar FP430. These refrigerators are all approximately 20 inches tall; you will need at least 23.5 inches clearance from the bolt down base plate of the LoadSpotter to the top of the hatch or roof to be able to deploy the slide.

What color does LoadSpotter come in?

The LoadSpotter comes in a powder coat, black semi-gloss, hammered style finish

Where is LoadSpotter made?

Made in the USA. The LoadSpotter slide is locally made and assembled in Southern California.

Will my fridge fit a TemboTusk Flat slide?

There is always the question of whether a particular fridge will fit on a TemboTusk Slide. Below is a link to a matrix that matches TemboTusk slides and different brands of fridges.

Please note: The fridge manufacturer's published dimensions do not always match the actual footprint of a fridge. Most published fridge dimensions include the handles. This is a bit deceptive as the actual foot print is usually a bit smaller.

Tembo Tusk Slide Fridge Matrix

What is the actual footprint of the TemboTusk Flat Slides?

Standard Front Pull Slide: Outside Dimensions: 18.75" wide x 28" deep

Standard Side Pull Slide: Outside Dimensions: 29.75" wide x 18" deep

Jumbo Front Pull Slide: Outside Dimensions: 21.75" wide x 34" deep

Jumbo Side Pull Slide: Outside Dimensions: 35.75" wide x 20" deep

What is the inside or pan size of each TemboTusk Flat Slide?

Standard Front Pull Slide: Pan Dimensions: 17" wide x 28" deep

Standard Side Pull Slide: Pan Dimensions: 28" wide x 17" deep

Jumbo Front Pull Slide: Pan Dimensions: 20" wide x 34" deep

Jumbo Side Pull Slide: Pan Dimensions: 34" wide x 20" deep

How high will my fridge sit on top of the flat slide? In other words; how much vertical clearance do I need?

The slide has two levels:

1: With the cutting board attachment: The fridge will sit 2.5 inches above the deck or drawer system. (If the fridge is 20" tall, you will need 22.5" clearance.)

2: Without the cutting board: The fridge can sit 1 inch above the deck or drawer system. (If the fridge is 20" tall, you will need 21" clearance.)

How do you install a set of Buffalo Straps?

You know you have installed your Buffalo Straps correctly if you are able to pull down on the strap to tighten it. For more info: Read the procedure below or watch the video.

 

1. Using the short end with the buckle, tread the loop through the top of the fridge handle.

2. Thread the buckle down through the loop.

3. Pull the buckle tight. The strap should look like it has a neck tie.

4. Using the long loose end, thread the loop through the anchor point.

5. Thread the end of the long strap through the loop.

6. Pull the strap tight. The strap should look like it has a neck tie.

7. Thread the end of the long strap through the buckle and snug tight.

8. The Buffalo strap is now attached.

9. Complete the installation by attaching all four straps.

 

You can view installation video on Buffalo Strap page. Click this Link.