NFRTN2-100HP Rooftop RV Air Conditioner
the design and installation of this machine is suitable for rv to improve its internal temperature and provide a comfortable environment. it can cool the rv when it's hot and warm up the rv when it's cold. its temperature can be adjusted in the two environments.
|Rated cooling capacity||9000BTU|
|Rated heating capacity||9500BTU|
|Power supply||220-240 VAC/ 50Hz|
|Compressor Running current||4.2A|
|Compressor Locked-rotor current||22.5A|
|Rated cooling power||1000W|
|Rated heating power||800W|
|Air volume (high speed)||490m3/h|
|Cable standard||12AWG Copper wire with the length of no more than 8m|
|Circuit protection||20A safety wire or fuse|
|Refrigerant (R 410 A)||620g|
Description of Remote Controller
After power-on, the compressor will be turned on in a few minutes.
Press the “MODE” button to switch various modes (Auto, Cooling, Dry, Fan and Heating). 2 seconds later, the system will confirm to enter the selected working mode, and internal buzzer sound can be heard. During the operation, the remote controller should aim at the signal receiving module.
The performance of air conditioner is related to the heating condition of insulation box of RV itself. Users can take some preventive measures to reduce heat entry, so as to improve the refrigeration performance of air conditioning equipment.
When outdoor temperature is high, the following methods can be adopted to reduce the heat entry of RV and improve work efficiency:
1.Park the RV in a cool place.
2.Strengthen thermal insulation of the compartment, remove or block the opening in the vehicle, and block the window with shade curtains (shutters or hanging curtains).
3.Close doors and windows or avoid frequent opening and closing of them.
4.Avoid using heating devices inside the vehicle.
The overall dimensions of each outdoor unit and panel are as follows:
Preparation for Installation
This product is installed on the roof of RV. When determin- ing your cooling requirements, the following points should
be considered: Size of RV
Window area of RV (the larger the area, the more heated)
Thickness and thermal insulation performance of insulating materials in compartment plate and roof
Geographical location where the RV is used by users