Auxiliary AC units are clean air-compliant
Jun 1, 2008 12:00 PM
Dometic Environmental Corp is showcasing its new battery-powered auxiliary air-conditioning systems that are 100 percent compliant with the clean-air requirements of the California Air Resources Board (CARB).
Dometic's system runs on 12-volt power from a bank of absorbed glass mat (AGM) Group 31 batteries, with a 2,000 watt DC-AC inverter that converts the battery output to 115-volt power to run the air-conditioner. The turnkey package also includes a high-capacity alternator with external regulator, which is designed for rapid recharging of the batteries.
The auxiliary air-conditioning systems are offered in 7,000- and 10,000-Btu capacities. The product line includes self-contained package units and split systems with an external condensing unit. The patented split systems use reusable refrigerant linesets with quick-connect fittings. Units are factory-precharged with refrigerant for automatic charging to the correct pressure when the linesets are connected. No special tools are required.
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