Our company launched a new parking air conditioning ice cloud series. Redefining comfort on the go with its low power consumption and a strikingly unique design. Stay cool effortlessly with our latest in-car cooling innovation! RVs come equipped with a variety of appliances to make you feel right at home while traveling or when you’re off the grid. When it gets hot in the warmer months, you need to stay cool if you want to stay comfortable. RV air conditioning will keep you and other passengers cool. Most air conditioners are installed on the roof of the RV. Before your next vacation, make sure you’re set and ready to go.
This IceCloud Series air conditioner has a capacity of 4000-10000 BTU (British Thermal Unit) and can be used as an air conditioner, fan, and dehumidifier. The air conditioning system comes with a complete installation kit including mounting brackets, screws, rubber dampers, hoses and protective covers.
It saves energy with low AMP consumption and is very quiet when operating with a noise level of 55dB at its lowest level. It has Fahrenheit and Celsius readings, as well as a timer that you can set if you want it to turn off at a certain time.
Copper tubes in the evaporator and condenser increase the cooling surface area.
Before purchasing an air conditioner for your RV, you should consider the climate of your travel destination. This can help you decide how much AC power you need. It’s also wise to make sure you have enough power to run your air conditioner and other appliances. You should also consider outfitting your RV with solar panels to add more power when needed.
The most important part of installing a rooftop air conditioner is safety, as many models require access to the roof. Each air conditioner has its own installation instructions, so read them carefully before you begin. Here’s a YouTube tutorial from All About RVs on how to properly install RV air conditioning.We will prepare installation instructions and installation videos.
When running on AC power, energy consumption will be higher, especially if other equipment is running at the same time. According to To Go RV, “RV air conditioners can draw up to 2,400 watts of power when starting up, then drop to about 1,500 watts as operation continues. When running other appliances at the same time, such as microwaves, electric water heaters, or refrigerators, RVs can easily run faster than the available power.”
Post time: Dec-22-2023