The EndoCube provides the existing thermostat with product temperature instead of air temperature,
a far more accurate measurement. This more accurate and stable temperature causes the compressor to run fewer, but much longer cycles.
These longer cycles allow refrigerated food to cool for a longer period of time with a wider ‘cooled air’ effect, in essence this
creates a far more efficient cooling system.
Because the compressor is cycling less (often up to 80% less), the life of the compressor is extended. Since it is also operating more efficiently, less energy is used. Multiple case studies have demonstrated that refrigeration systems use between 14% to 22% less energy with the EndoCube fitted, while maintaining a correct refrigerated temperature.
The Endocube dramatically changes the way a refrigerator operates because it measures the product temperature instead of the air temperature around the product. As circulating air temperature tends to rise far more quickly than food temperature, refrigerator units tend to work much harder than necessary to maintain stored products at the right temperature.
The Endocube is installed to cover the control probe(s) of a refrigeration unit, in order to prevent temperature fluctuations. Once installed, the fridge runs only as the product temperature requires it, saving electricity and compressor wear and tear. Installation is as simple as screwing the Endocube onto the sensor.
The EndoCube is a temperature-mimicking sensor (TMS1) tested under protocol P235 by NSF International, the US Standards authority. The EndoCube is designed to accurately reflect the temperature of food under refrigerated conditions and warm more quickly than most food products upon equipment failure.