Dometic 2852 Series gas/elect conversion cooling unit to Hvac 120V R134A

Dometic 2852 Series gas/elect conversion cooling unit to Hvac 120V R134A
Dometic 2852 Series gas/elect conversion cooling unit to Hvac 120V R134A
Dometic 2852 Series gas/elect conversion cooling unit to Hvac 120V R134A
Dometic 2852 Series gas/elect conversion cooling unit to Hvac 120V R134A
Dometic 2852 Series gas/elect conversion cooling unit to Hvac 120V R134A
Dometic 2852 Series gas/elect conversion cooling unit to Hvac 120V R134A
Dometic 2852 Series gas/elect conversion cooling unit to Hvac 120V R134A

Dometic 2852 Series gas/elect conversion cooling unit to Hvac 120V R134A

Replaces RM 2852 RM 2862 RM2853 RM4872 RM3862 RM3863 RM4873 NDR 1062. Converts your existing gas/elect fridge to a residential R134A Hvac compressor fridge, (which eliminates your Lp gas and ammonia absorption system) this cooling unit is built with a compressor system and not only do you get to keep your same fridge and controls you are used to but there is no need to remove the windshield, door or window to get the old fridge out and the new in -nor the hassle of cutting or redoing the cabinets to make a new fridge fit. There is also no need to have your coach level anymore for the fridge, since this unit will have a compressor. 8 Amp 96.4W on AC 650% less than what a normal residential fridge will pull - or 375% less than your existing gas/elect unit.

And will run off a 600W inverter when dry camping, we recommend a 1000W (does not require pure sign wave). This cooling unit is designed to withstand hot humid temps and will keep your ice-cream hard with 70% faster cooling. Install videos included in the package.

8 from the back of the fridge to the outside for compressor clearance (see pic above), it's still possible if less space is available, we will show you how. This unit comes with: foam sealant, thermal mastic, foil tape, self-taping screws, LP gas plug, glass fuse, and interior frost free fin fan, basically everything needed to do the install. We could think of a lot of things to mention that the Hvac is the new and best alternative way to go in the RV Refrigeration World. But we will keep it brief and try to answer the most asked questions. What is the cooling unit charged with: A.

Does its cool better A. The difference between my gas/elect unit and this Hvac system is that not only does it make your fridge colder, but its also 70% faster in cooling down. Is the compressor noisy A.

The hum of the fan above the compressor is what you will hear, in order to see if the compressor is on you will have to put your hand on it to feel the vibration. We are told the residential fridges need lots of room, which requires cabinetry redone and also a windshield or side window taken out to remove the old and put in the new A. Our cooling unit sits on the back of your existing fridge just like your gas/elect one did, and since we are not removing the fridge there is no extra cabinetry work and removal or installation cost. Are these compressors made to bounce down the road A.

Unlike a residential fridge, we do not make them rigid, our compressor is sitting on 4 rubber feet and the housing that supports it is very flexible to handle the harmonics and bouncing down the road. How do we know if we have enough battery power or solar to handle this extra draw A.

Again unlike a residential fridge that draws between 6-8A 960W, my unit draws only. 92W which is less then what most inverters draw by themselves, so the power savings are a huge 350% les then what you had and up to 650% less the a normal residential fridge, so the summary is, it will be hard to tell the difference in your power consumption after this is installed in your fridge.

Which is most the power efficient 120V or 12V A. But if no inverter is on board then the 12V is still your best alternative.

How does this hook up to my fridge and will I need to keep my control board A. Yes my unit connects to your control board in the same fashion as your gas/elect unit did, meaning most times the fridge never knows anything changed, NOTE: if you are going 12V then the 12V wiring behind the fridge now might have to be upgraded to a bigger wire to handle the kick load of the compressor.

Is this serviceable in the field or do we need to remove the whole unit if need be A. Most all of your solder joints are accessible thru your side vent and the if need be the compressor can easily be changed thru the side vent as well. The item "Dometic 2852 Series gas/elect conversion cooling unit to Hvac 120V R134A" is in sale since Thursday, December 5, 2019. This item is in the category "eBay Motors\Parts & Accessories\RV, Trailer & Camper Parts\Interior".

The seller is "dutchaire1" and is located in Shipshewana, Indiana. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Australia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, China, Sweden, Thailand, Belgium, France, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Bahamas, Israel, Mexico, New Zealand, Switzerland, Norway, Saudi arabia, Ukraine, United arab emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Croatia, Malaysia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa rica, Panama, Trinidad and tobago, Guatemala, Honduras, Jamaica, Barbados, Bangladesh, Bermuda, Brunei darussalam, Bolivia, Ecuador, Egypt, French guiana, Guernsey, Gibraltar, Guadeloupe, Iceland, Jersey, Jordan, Cambodia, Cayman islands, Liechtenstein, Sri lanka, Luxembourg, Monaco, Macao, Martinique, Maldives, Nicaragua, Oman, Peru, Pakistan, Paraguay, Reunion, Viet nam, Uruguay.


Dometic 2852 Series gas/elect conversion cooling unit to Hvac 120V R134A


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