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Description

Ship early-April. 

This DC-powered under-bench air conditioner is the perfect option for stealth campers and anyone who wants fresh cool air along their journey. It features extremely easy installation and can fit in almost any floor plan. With the DC-powered twin-cylinder rotor compressor, the Velit 2000U is able to deliver cool air at up to 126F for an extended period of time without needing a giant inverter which is required for traditional RV ACs.

User Manual

SPECS

Model

2000U

Input Voltage

DC12/24/48V

Operating Current

20A-60A

Cooling Capacity

8000BTU/ 2200W

Air Flow Rate

250 CFM

Rated Power

700W

Refrigerant

R134a 400g

Power Consumption 

Eco mode: 240w+

Boost mode: 480W-700W

Noise Level

Eco mode: 50dB

Boost mode:60dB

Dimension

W18.2”*L23.8”*H12”

Weight

36.4lb

Application
Application: Truck, van, boat, trailer, camper, machinery

12/24/48V VELIT 2000U Under-Bench Off Grid Air Conditioner

Regular price $1,499.00

12V2000U

  • 12V
  • 24V
  • 48V

Description

Ship early-April. 

This DC-powered under-bench air conditioner is the perfect option for stealth campers and anyone who wants fresh cool air along their journey. It features extremely easy installation and can fit in almost any floor plan. With the DC-powered twin-cylinder rotor compressor, the Velit 2000U is able to deliver cool air at up to 126F for an extended period of time without needing a giant inverter which is required for traditional RV ACs.

User Manual

SPECS

Model

2000U

Input Voltage

DC12/24/48V

Operating Current

20A-60A

Cooling Capacity

8000BTU/ 2200W

Air Flow Rate

250 CFM

Rated Power

700W

Refrigerant

R134a 400g

Power Consumption 

Eco mode: 240w+

Boost mode: 480W-700W

Noise Level

Eco mode: 50dB

Boost mode:60dB

Dimension

W18.2”*L23.8”*H12”

Weight

36.4lb

Application
Application: Truck, van, boat, trailer, camper, machinery
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FAQs

Can I install an RV air conditioner myself?

While it is possible to install an RV air conditioner yourself, it is recommended that you hire a professional to ensure that it is installed correctly and safely.

Can I use my RV air conditioner while driving?

Yes, you can use your RV air conditioner while driving, but it is recommended that you only use it on generator power and not on battery power to avoid draining the battery.

What size RV air conditioner do I need?

The size of the RV air conditioner you need depends on the size of your RV and the climate in which you will be using it. A general rule of thumb is to have one 13,500 BTU air conditioner for every 350 square feet of living space.

Can I run my RV air conditioner on solar power?

Yes, it is possible to run an RV air conditioner on solar power, but it requires a large solar panel system and battery bank. It is also important to note that running an air conditioner on solar power may drain the battery quickly.

How often should I clean my RV air conditioner filters?

RV air conditioner filters should be cleaned or replaced at least once a month during heavy use to maintain proper airflow and performance.

Customer Reviews

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JOHN DANIEL
Heck yes it works, is is highly upgraded, worth the wait

Video on its ability, options of use https://youtu.be/aX9k2_nja6g

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Optimistic Skeptic
Pics or it didn’t happen.

At this point you should have a working prototype at least. Do tou have any photos of it? All the images you have are renderings from the design phase.

T
Trevor Chapman
ETA?

Now that we're in December 2023, what is your estimated release on this product?

J
JOHN DANIEL
If you want huge orders to get funded, send one.

You guys need to send me this Case model and or the roof model so I can put you on my You Tube channel to my 100K followers.
With me being so well known for both Wind, Solar, and RV tech, 22 years experience, it is a popular item my viewers always ask about.
Hope to review, promote and do multiple videos on your models for 12 volt system or low wattage 120 volt systems like this one.
My 14 million views on my channel on You Tube says viewers want this info, and would buy via deposit this unit so you can get them shipped.
I can show how to upper cabinet mount it for much higher cooling results, this model below. Gaining you 50% more interest than trying to lower cabinet mount it which interferes with so many mechanical systems.
The #1 way to cool a RV is NOT from below, it is from above. Mounting this into a upper cabinet with ducting ran in upper cabinet chases is how you will sell millions, NOT trying to mount it low, pulling cooler floor air to force upwards waste cool and power. You need to pull hotter Ceiling air to cool creating much better results and customer love. Let me show you how.
Picture is of my channel, from my account.

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R.T.
Great idea!

I have booth seating. I have my suburban furnace under one bench and battery bank under the other.

It’s off topic and I hate to take away from this product because it’s great.

I don’t understand why there is no mini split cassettes that fit in the standard 14x14 roof top AC hole. For my rig, I rather not delete my roof top unit. Patching a hole and putting solar over it is a crap shoot in my opinion.

But I do love this. It would be great if it was heat pump too!!

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