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Advent Air RV Air Conditioner w/ Air Distribution Box, Start Capacitor, and Heat Strip - 13,500 Btu

Advent Air RV Air Conditioner w/ Air Distribution Box, Start Capacitor, and Heat Strip - 13,500 Btu

Item # ACM135CH
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Ductless AC unit lets you replace an existing AC or add a new AC to your RV. The air distribution box has a built-in thermostat, the start capacitor jumpstarts the AC when you need a boost, and the electric heat strip keeps you warm on cold mornings. Great Prices for the best rv air conditioners from Advent Air. Advent Air RV Air Conditioner w/ Air Distribution Box, Start Capacitor, and Heat Strip - 13,500 Btu part number ACM135CH can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service.
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Advent Air RV Air Conditioners - ACM135CH

  • Complete AC System
  • 13500 Btu
  • Ducted
  • Ductless
  • Heat and Cool
  • Advent Air
  • With Heat Strip
  • With Start Capacitor

Ductless AC unit lets you replace an existing AC or add a new AC to your RV. The air distribution box has a built-in thermostat, the start capacitor jumpstarts the AC when you need a boost, and the electric heat strip keeps you warm on cold mornings.


Features:

  • Air conditioner quickly and efficiently cools the interior of your RV or camper
    • Replaces, upgrades, or adds an air conditioner and air distribution box
    • Compatible with only ductless systems
  • 6-Blade fan with motor has 3 speed settings for increasing or decreasing airflow
  • Air distribution box has adjustable registers on the front and back that let you direct the air where needed
    • Internal aluminum components are rustproof
  • Built-in thermostat controls the fan and temperature settings
  • Start capacitor jumpstarts the AC when a campsite or generator doesn't provide enough power
    • Stores energy that will later be used for the next startup
  • Electric heat strip removes the chill on cold or frosty mornings
    • Easy plug-and-play installation with included 30" power cord
  • Thick, collapsible gasket with 6 foam pads provide support between RV roof and air conditioner
    • Gasket seals the opening to prevent water seepage and air leaks
    • Foam pads help reduce noise
  • Removable air filter prevents dust and dirt build-up on the fan blades
  • White, hard plastic cover protects internal components from water and debris
    • Can easily be removed for maintenance and cleaning
  • Bolt-on installation
    • Includes wiring harness and mounting hardware
  • UL and cUL certified


Specs:

  • Fits: roofs 2-1/2" to 5" thick
    • Opening size: 14-1/4" long x 14-1/4" wide
  • Air conditioner power draw (while running): 15 amps
  • Compressor power draw (while running): 9.9 amps
  • Fan motor power draw (while running): 2.6 amps
  • Capacity:
    • Cooling: 13,500 Btu per hour
    • Heating: 5,500 Btu per hour
  • Electrical rating: 115V, 60Hz
  • Air flow: 500 cubic feet/minute
  • Thermostat temperature range: 65 F to 90 F (16 C to 30 C)
  • Overall dimensions:
    • Air conditioner: 31-3/16" long x 24-7/8" wide x 12-13/16" tall
    • Air distribution box: 22-1/2" long x 21-1/2" wide x 3-1/2" tall
    • Start capacitor: 2-1/8" long x 3-5/8" deep x 6-5/16" tall
    • Heat strip: 15-3/4" long x 2-3/4" tall x 4-3/4" tall
  • Refrigerant: R410a, 16.9 oz
  • Wire gauge: 12 AWG
  • Air conditioner weight: 68 lbs
  • 2-Year limited warranty


This Advent Air AC unit lets you replace an existing, old or broken air conditioner or add a new air conditioner to an area on your RV or camper that doesn't already have one. The AC has a powerful fan and motor that provides a steady stream of air to efficiently cool the inside of your RV on a hot or muggy day. For your convenience, the included air distribution box has a built-in thermostat that lets you set the fan speed and temperature. It also operates the electric heat strip, which helps keep you warm on a cold morning. The included start capacitor will help jumpstart the AC. This beneficial upgrade provides the AC a boost when shore power or generator power isn't enough to start it. And everything you need in order to replace or add an AC unit is included, which makes installation simple and easy.


Air Distribution Box and Thermostat

Advent Air Air Distribution Box

The AC unit includes an air distribution box with a built-in thermostat. The dial on the left controls the 3 fan speed settings, which let you increase or decrease the airflow. It also controls the 3 cool settings and the heat setting. The dial on the right allows you to set the temperature. Additionally, there are adjustable registers on the front and back of the box. These can be tilted up, down, or side-to-side for directing the air where needed. The removable air filter prevents dust and dirt from building up on the fan blades.


Start Capacitor

Advent Air Start Capacitor

If your campsite or generator isn't able to draw the power you need, then you may have difficulty starting your AC unit. The included start capacitor, however, can eliminate this problem. The capacitor stores energy that will later be used to jumpstart the AC. Once the sufficient amount of power has been supplied to the AC, the compressor will start to run, and the internal relay switch will turn the start capacitor off. At the same time, the compressor will send "back voltage" to the relay switch and capacitor in order to energize them for the next startup.


Electric Heat Strip

Advent Air Electric Heat Strip

The electric heat strip keeps your RV warm on a cold or frosty morning. It is operated with the control dial on the air distribution box. After you turn the dial to the OPT. HEAT setting, the compressor will shut off, and the fan will blow air over the heater and into your RV. When the optimal temperature has been reached, turn the dial to a fan or cooling setting. Please also note that the heat strip only has one temperature setting and cannot be controlled by the thermostat.


Simple Installation

Advent Air AC Installation 13,500 BTU

Because your RV is likely already prepped and pre-wired for an AC unit, installation is simple and easy. Most AC units, including this one, are designed to fit an opening that measures 14-1/4" x 14-1/4". Depending on your roof setup, you may need to do minimal alterations. If the opening is larger than 14-3/8" x 14-3/8", you will need to install spacers between the sides of the unit and the opening's edges. If the opening is smaller than 14-1/8" x 14-1/8", you will need to enlarge the hole to fit the unit snugly inside the opening.


Advent Air AC Collapsible Gasket and Foam Pads

On the bottom of the AC, there's a thick, collapsible gasket with 6 noise-reducing foam pads. This provides support between the RV roof and AC and seals the opening to prevent water and outside air from leaking in. Because of this, the use of fresh sealant isn't required during installation.


To install the start capacitor, bolt it to the fan motor support with the included hardware and then route the wires to the run capacitor.


To install the heat strip, mount it to the evaporator inside the AC unit with the included mounting screws. The heat strip has easy, plug-and-play installation with the supplied 30" power cord. Please note that the heat strip should be installed before the air distribution box is installed.


Once installed, the hard plastic cover on the AC can easily be removed for maintenance and cleaning.


Advent Air Warranty Coverage

2-Year limited warranty covers defective units when installed correctly on approved applications. The warranty does not cover units installed incorrectly. To ensure air conditioner is installed correctly, please see the questionnaire pdf below. A filled-out questionnaire is required for warranty coverage.


If you are not comfortable using a voltmeter (or removing the charge from the start capacitor), youll want to make a service appointment with your local RV dealer to verify the installation. Print the pdfs below (warranty- questionnaire, warranty dealer information) and take them along with the RV to your local dealer. ASA does compensate dealers for warranty work as outlined in the dealer information pdf. You may be charged by the dealer for time spent investigating the installation.


Warranty - Questionnaire  AA Questionnaire

Warranty - 2-Year Card  AA 2-Year Card

Warranty - Dealer Information  AA dealer info



ACM135 Advent Air RV Roof Air Conditioner - 13,500 Btu - White

ACDB Advent Air RV Plenum for Air Conditioners - White

ACMSCKIT Advent Air Start Capacitor for RV Air Conditioners

ACMHD Advent Air Electric Heat Strip for RV Air Conditioners - 5,500 Btu

Installation Details ACM135CH Installation instructions


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Advent Air RV Air Conditioner w/ Air Distribution Box, Start Capacitor, and Heat Strip - 13,500 Btu - ACM135CH

Average Customer Rating:  4.6 out of 5 stars   (363 Customer Reviews)

Ductless AC unit lets you replace an existing AC or add a new AC to your RV. The air distribution box has a built-in thermostat, the start capacitor jumpstarts the AC when you need a boost, and the electric heat strip keeps you warm on cold mornings.

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1st of all i what to mentioned that etrailer has great customer service. I received My new air conditioner kit by UPS. I installed it on a Tuesday And what camping on Saturday the temperature was 105° outside Add the air conditioner and keep my camper 70° all day inside. I will highly Recommend this product. My camper is 117' fiberglass Casita.
I had to use the old Gasket with the new gasket that the new air conditioner came with Because my camper roof was to thin.



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I'm planning on using my trailer as a workshop so heat and AC were important. This AC unit was easy to install into the existing 14x14 vent. Took me about an hour to install and everything went smoothly. My trailer is 28 ft long so I'm thinking that I'll be needing a 2nd unit at the far end. I'll decide that after I'm finished insulating the walls. I've already put in 2 inches of rigid foam on the roof and that alone made a huge difference.

Drpcfix

6/11/2020

AC works well but I recently upgraded this unit to the remote thermostat so that I would have more precise temperature control. Upgrading was easy just bought the part from etrailer and installed. I definitely do need a 2nd unit which I hope to do soon.



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I honestly would have bought a better unit . It has trouble keeping up and the heat strip is boarder line useless . Probably a bad idea for me to leave a review.
Sorry for the negative news



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Jayco popup was factory prepped for ac,remove vent, easy install,unit cools and seems to be fairly quiet,great service from etrailer

Jimmy

8/21/2023

the ac unit I installed in my popup has been working fine after 1 year,well pleased



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Easy to install, works VERY well!

My
RV is cold again!

The heat strip is nice also.



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Perfect fit. I watched the etrailer install video prior and it was easy to do myself.



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Every purchase I have made with etrailer has been flawless. Quality products, competitive pricing and always arrived on time in excellent condition. I recommend them to everyone.



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Awesome customer service provided by Daniel! Super fast shipping received in 2 days.



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As with other orders, the generator showed up on time and in good shape. The etrailer videos were very clear as to remove the old AC and replace it with the new Advent unit. The etrailer videos also showed to install the capacitor, the heat strip, and the distribution box. We were worried about getting the unit on the roof of the camper however it really was not a problem ….. we leaned a ladder up against the camper, tied a rope around the box, then leaned the box against the ladder. One person got on the roof and pulled the rope while two more people pushed from below... no problems and in about a minute the box was on the roof. The unit is now installed and looks good …. no power at the storage yard so I can only assume that the unit works as it is supposed to (like ever thing else we have ever ordered from etrailer).
Good Job guys!

William

5/22/2020

AC has worked flawlessly would recommend the AC unit and Etrailer



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Really like it. It works great both heat and air! We have had to use both. We definitely would buy another on, if ever needed.



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Everything good so far.AC cools very well, Heat element works good to take the chill out of the room after running a few minutes.
Fairly easy install... Happy overall



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I was able to install this unit in my cargo trailer. Works great



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Top shelf sevice. Price Delivery Instruction videos
Couldn’t ask for more.



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Direct replacement, nice to have it as a complete unit rather than buying mutiple pieces. Getting ready for first trip.



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Put it in my bedroom, really helps on those 90 degree plus days. Only thing I don’t like is when it’s on the fan runs all the time. May replace my aging main dometic unit in the near future

Al

8/20/2022

This is the 3rd summer of using this AC and its working well. Optional heater I installed helps take the chill out of the air in the spring and fall.



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Installed to replace roof vent in cargo trailer. Easy install. Cools really nice and the heat option is nice too!



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Nice unit for the price great value

Steve

3/28/2023

Not good did not know the difference when I purchased it. Heat strip. And heat pump. The heat strip barely puts out any heat. Not happy with it.

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Heather A.

4/7/2023

It is definitely not fun to be cold while camping. Like you said, heat strips put out a small amount of heat. They are only designed to knock the chill out of the air not heat a large area. A heat pump will pull in warm air from outside albeit a little better than a heat strip it does not do the job of an actual heater. If you need a heater, I recommend to use a propane heater like part # CAM57331 because an electric heater uses way too much energy. These are designed to be secondary heaters in your RV and actually work fairly well.


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A little slow on getting the units shipped out but other than that, great company!



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I found exactly what I was looking for right away. The website was easy to use and had free shipping. The items arrived in a few days. I haven't had a chance to go through everything yet but I am extremely happy with etrailer.com. Thanks for the great service!

Darren J.

5/2/2021

Great AC but it doesnt heat that well.



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I got the AC a few months ago, and it cools just fine, but it is very noisy. Even in the lower setting, the fun is just too loud. The installation instructions are clear and it is about 1 hr to install when you are doing it by yourself.



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Works well, easy to install. Heat strip enough to take the chill out on cool days. I would purchase again.



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Great air conditioner for our pop-up. It was easy to install, cools quickly, and isn't too loud. Plus, great service from etrailer.com!



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Very fast delivery. The Advent air conditioner was pretty easy to install and worked fabulously when turned on. The videos for installation helped understand the process so the frustration level was very low.



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Everything worked great. Install was easy replacing a vent on my trailer.
One problem was that the knob won’t stay put on the control. Never worked. It barely grips the post and falls off after the unit starts running for only a few minutes.
So far it hasn’t dropped into my coffee so that’s good.
Unit functions just fine though. I like the start capacitor as it can run on most lower amp services at campgrounds and in my driveway on a regular ext cord.



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Installed on used short school bus, partially converted to an RV. The unit was relatively easy to install. It looks good and runs great, however I should have bought a larger unit. The interior of the bus is approximately 150 square feet so I thought 13500 btu would be more than adequate. While it does not quite keep up with this Louisiana heat, it is much better with it than without. The bus did not come with factory ac, so I installed a generator on the bus so I can run the unit while driving.


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