air con

Discussion in 'Heating and Air-Conditioning' started by herbies, Jul 17, 2013.

  1. herbies

    herbies

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    the air con in my hymer is made by 'blizard' does any have or know about this manufacture as it may be able to run ducts from it as far as i can see on google it is american
    cheerds
     
  2. BwB

    BwB Funster Life Member

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    It's Electrolux (now Dometic)

    Two things -
    (a) They are normally 240v unless you have the mobile pack (so check before you start making modifications)
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    (b) you already have a thread started about your aircon.
     
  3. cbrookson

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    Just added the manual for it, see here in the Fun Downloads section.


    Cheers
     
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  4. herbies

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    thanks Brian your obviously a dab hand at this can I ask what a mobile pack is please
     
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    I read your sig as herpes and thought "why is he worried about air con".
     
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    BwB Funster Life Member

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    The aircon you have is 230vac the mobile pack allows you to use it when mobile from your 12vdc (by use of a hefty inverter). You may be able to retro fit one of these providing your battery bank and charging circuit can keep up with the power draw.
     
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