Do you have START-UP problems with the Air Conditioner / Rooftop AC and a Portable Generator on your RV / Camper or Boat? The Generator stalls and trips the Overload when the Air conditioner starts or cycles... Our RV A/C Starter will solve this very common problem once and for all, enjoy a comfortable cool leisure time in your RV Camper or Boat! The Installation of the RV-AC-Starter is very simple - It takes just a few minutes to install the new RV-AC Starter pat. Pending Crafted with pride here in the USA!Have you ever tried to start your A/C on a hot day with a generator that, theoretically, should run your A/C? The Generator struggles and goes into overload because it cannot supply the starting current required to start the Air conditioner. Of course, you can try to find help on the Internet - there are some expensive and rather complex solutions available! Here is a simple solution: Use our RV AC Starter! A smart time delay circuit Pat. Pending delays the fan motor for a few seconds, giving the compressor enough time to start up and run at full speed before the fan motor starts. As an additional advantage, the evaporator coil has a bit of time to cool down before the room blower starts. Note: This is the new RV-AC-Starter that reduces the starting power-draw by about 50% - not just a simple Hard-start device! The new RV-AC-Starter will fit. Dometic® RV A/C models: BRISK AIR, DUO-THERM, PENGUIN, QUICK COOL Coleman®, AirXcel®, Advent®, Coleman all models - except "low profile" models Mach 1, 3, 10, 15 (high profile) - will not work on Mach 8 low profile. Polar Cub #1, #2 (all high profile models) Advent ACM135/150 (all high profile models).
Carrier® all models except "low profile" models. Note: The picture is a stock photo, your item may look a little bit different don't worry!
Will the RV-AC-Starter work with my Generator? IMPORTANT: A 13,500/15,000 BTU RV A/C consumes about 1300 to 1600 Watt while running, respectively 2800 to 3500 watts at start-up. The GOOD NEWS: If you get our RV-AC-Starter, you'll be able to use your AC with a small portable generator with about 2200 Watt starting power, preferably an inverter type.The SAD NEWS: Without our RV-AC-Starter - you will need a generator with at least 2900 to 3500 watts starting power! Good to know: Generator advertise the STARTING POWER. Many 1800 Watt (running power) generators are unable to start/run an RV AC; because of other equipment like the battery charger, light, TV/Radio consuming extra watts in addition to the AC! Caution: Turn OFF (temporarily) all AC breakers except for the central power on the first AC start. Don't PLAY with the thermostat; wait at least 3 min before restarting the AC (to let the high pressure equalize)! We recommend Cummins Onan P2500i Portable Generator less than 700 dollars - 2200 Watt running! Other good choices: HONDA EU2200i, Yamaha EF2200iS but more expensive! Please make sure you are purchasing the correct item! You'll get a guaranteed 100% NEW and perfect working item, not a used part that others had in their hands.. We appreciate and thank you for your business. The item "Easy Start your RV Air Conditioner, Start Kit for Camper Rooftop AC, SIMPLE DIY" is in sale since Sunday, August 5, 2018.
This item is in the category "eBay Motors\Parts & Accessories\RV, Trailer & Camper Parts\Other". The seller is "applianceandair" and is located in Buena Vista, Georgia.This item can be shipped to United States, Canada.