• Provide safe, solar-powered vaccine storage for health facilities that have minimal or no main power, and extreme temperatures.
  • Keep vaccines cold with inadequate sunlight.
  • Included 200W PV modules and pole PV mounting rack with 20m wiring and 1.5m ground rod.
  • Included energy harvesting outputs with 5V USB (2A)
  • Integrated 30-day electronic refrigerator temperature logger stores and displays temperature.


Mode YBC-10
Vaccine Storage Temperature 2℃ to 8℃
Ambient Temperature 5°C to 43°C
Capacity 10 L
Unit Dimension 528*860 mm
Cooling Type Thermoelectric
Net Weight 40Kg
Voltage DC 16V to 24V
Solar Array Specification Suggestion Power: 200W
Imp: 10A

The Device

The YBC-10 SDD refrigerator is designed to safely store vaccines only using the energy from the sun. It can maintain stable 2°C to 8°C, operating at constant ambient temperature 43°C.

It equipped with a thermoelectric refrigeration system powered by a solar electric system with no battery. The device uses technologically advanced materials with an extremely efficient vacuum device to isolate the interior contents from external heat. It includes a temperature record and alarm function that saves data from the previous 30 days.

Included Accessories

  • Vaccine stacks(2 square, 4 triangular)
  • 1 lock and 2 keys
  • Energy harvest control module
  • Tie-down straps
  • Rolling stand

Device Feature

  • MPPT(Maximum Power Point Tracking) module supports a high utilization rate of solar energy.
  • High efficiency thermoelectric refrigeration system and heat pipe heat transfer system.
  • Advanced materials and superior vacuum insulation.
  • Maintain stable 2°C to 8°C.
  • Keeps vaccines safely between 2°C to 8°C in a constant ambient temperature of 43°C with no external power source.
  • Real-time temperature display and 30 day temperature record.
  • Visual and audible alarm for out-of-range temperature.
  • Lid lock for secure storage.
  • Easy to use and maintain. (simple, safe, robust, and reliable)

Field Test

  • Arktek SDD has been undergone field test in Senegal for six months, and successfully conducted in a wide range of usage conditions.