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Advent Air RV Air Conditioner - 15,000 Btu - White

Advent Air RV Air Conditioner - 15,000 Btu - White

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This AC unit lets you replace an existing AC or add a new AC to your RV or camper. It works with your existing Advent Air, Dometic, Coleman Mach, or Carrier air distribution box and thermostat - adapter wiring kit (sold separately) may be required. Great Prices for the best rv air conditioners from Advent Air. Advent Air RV Air Conditioner - 15,000 Btu - White part number ACM150 can be ordered online at or call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service.
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Advent Air RV Air Conditioners - ACM150

  • AC Unit Only
  • Advent Air
  • Dometic
  • 15000 Btu
  • Ducted
  • Ductless
  • White
  • Cool Only
  • Advent Air

This AC unit lets you replace an existing AC or add a new AC to your RV or camper. It works with your existing Advent Air, Dometic, Coleman Mach, or Carrier air distribution box and thermostat - adapter wiring kit (sold separately) may be required.


  • Air conditioner quickly and efficiently cools the interior of your RV or camper
    • Replaces, upgrades, or adds an air conditioner
    • Compatible with a ductless or ducted system
    • Can be paired with an Advent Air setup or a Dometic setup that uses an external control box
    • Can be paired with a Coleman Mach or Carrier setup using a wiring adapter (ACCOLKIT, ACCARKIT - sold separately)
  • 6-Blade fan with motor provides sufficient airflow
  • 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
  • White, hard plastic cover protects internal components from water and debris
    • Can easily be removed for maintenance and cleaning
  • Bolt-on installation
    • Hardware not included
  • Additional accessories (sold separately) can be purchased to improve performance and comfort
    • Start capacitor (ACMSCKIT) jumpstarts the AC when a campsite or generator doesn't provide enough power
    • Electric heat strip (ACMHD) removes the chill on cold or frosty mornings
  • UL and cUL certified


  • Application: Motor homes, travel trailers, and fifth wheels
    • Not approved for school buses, food trucks, enclosed/utility trailers, or off-roading vehicles
  • 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): 12.4 amps
  • Fan motor power draw (while running): 2.6 amps
  • Capacity: 15,000 Btu per hour
  • Electrical rating: 115V, 60Hz
  • Air flow: 500 cubic feet/minute
  • Overall dimensions: 31-3/16" long x 24-7/8" wide x 12-13/16" tall
  • Refrigerant: R410a, 16.9 oz
  • Wire gauge: 12 AWG
  • Air conditioner weight: 68 lbs
  • 2-Year limited warranty

Note: This unit is compatable with AC systems that use a 6-pin connector to plug into the control box. Some Dometic systems have the control box built into the AC unit itself. Check the wiring of your existing setup to see if this unit will work for you.

This Advent Air AC unit lets you replace an old or broken air conditioner on your RV or camper. It works with your existing Advent Air or Dometic air distribution box, and it is compatible with Coleman Mach or Carrier setups if used with an adapter wiring kit (ACCOLKIT, ACCARKIT - sold separately). 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. And everything you need in order to replace or add an AC unit is included, which makes installation simple and easy.

Simple Installation

Advent Air AC Installation 15,000 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 needed. Once installed, the hard plastic cover on the AC can easily be removed for maintenance and cleaning.

And in order to fully complete installation, this AC needs to be paired with your existing Advent Air, Dometic, Coleman Mach, or Carrier air distribution box and thermostat. Please note that an adapter wiring kit (sold separately) is needed if you are replacing a Coleman Mach or Carrier air conditioner.

Additional Accessories

Additional accessories can be purchased separately to improve the performance of your Advent Air AC unit. The start capacitor (ACMSCKIT) improves the performance of your AC by using stored energy to jumpstart it. And the electric heat strip (ACMHD) removes the chill on cold or frosty mornings in your RV, ensuring you stay comfortable. Please note that the heat strip will only work on Advent Air AC units.

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

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Advent Air RV Air Conditioner - 15,000 Btu - White - ACM150

Average Customer Rating:  4.6 out of 5 stars   (978 Customer Reviews)

This AC unit lets you replace an existing AC or add a new AC to your RV or camper. It works with your existing Advent Air, Dometic, Coleman Mach, or Carrier air distribution box and thermostat - adapter wiring kit (sold separately) may be required.


Shipped quick , once was restocked, came in with small damages to outside shell and small dent on side, almost pinched copper line, should be packaged better from company for shipping (not an ETrailer issue)so far unit seems to be working better then the original (never worked) and replacement 13500 units that Camping World had put on trailer (took off another trailer) so I decided to buy my own to replace since no trust in Camping World and work performed


Have an 1999 Ford E-150 van used as an RV. I built a 30 amp box with 2-20 amp circuits several years ago. I and 3 doggies travel all over the SE for dog agility competitions. Loading and lifting a window A/C unit into the driver's side widow worked, but a major task. I cut and framed a hole in the van roof and installed the Advent ACM150. Had to install 12 volt system for thermostat and fish both 110 and 12 volt wire through walls and ceiling. A/C turned on perfectly the very first time I pushed the thermostat on button. Wowee...100 degrees outside; 69 degrees in the van. Absolutely life changing for me an my doggies. P.S. I am a nice 75 year old lady and still cannot believe I did this install all by myself. One year and miles later, this A/C is perfect!

Lynn, K.


Its now been three years and AC is still working perfectly. We are absolutely delighted and super cool even on very hot days with van parked in the sun.


DOA on arrival. ETrailer would not take it back. Had to deal with manufacturing company who made me pay for a tech to run diagnostic to find out whats wrong. They sent the tech a check and I was never reimbursed. Would you buy something then pay money to jump through hoops to prove it was defective? Will never buy anything from etrailer again!

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Katrina D.


I am so sorry to hear that this arrived DOA. I do see that per ASA, if an item arrives DOA on arrival, then it needs to be replaced. It seems that they wont have any replacements any time soon. We should be having some in our stock by the end of the year. Please let me know if you would like to wait for a replacement or if you would prefer to have a refund and return issued.


Installed this unit as a replacement for a OEM product. The chose this unit because it was a direct replacement model and thankfully it was, even down to the electrical plug. I’m very pleased with its cooling performance. I would give a five star except I consider the Advent to be noisier than the OEM product.

by: 08/22/2023

The ease of installation to convert from a coleman mach series to an Advent is straightforward and quick. This was my first installation of a motor home roof mounted ac unit. I purchased the adapter plug with the templates for the conversion which I highly recommend. Yes I do have a little mechanical knowledge and experience, but anyone with a drill, the correct bit and reading comprehension can install this unit in 2 hours. Now I cheated removing and replacing the old unit with a crane. Yeah I know, overkill, but I was by myself and on the Texas coast 85 feels like 105, 105 degrees feels like a slow burning death. I plan on replacing my other coleman mach with the same unit that I did Saturday last weekend. Hope this review helps yall out. Thanks and God bless


I a really underwhelmed at this point. The unit is dented. I pulled the top to install the start capacitor I purchased with the unit and the run capacitor was out of its mount just flopping around. The wires going into the condenser case were not secured to the case. I got that stuff fixed fairly quickly, I hope it works correctly.

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Brooke M.


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Super simple install. The hardest thing was getting it on the roof and the old one down. Simple plug and play. If you're at all mechanical you don't need to pay to replace your A/C unit. 6 screws to remove the inside cover, 4 bolts holding the unit to the roof, one main plug and a sensor wire. The sensor was just jambed into the factory condensor. The new unit actually had a clip in it for the sensor. I highley recommend this unit. Works great. We had a 100 degree day and the trailer stayed at 78 all day long.



Works Great. Still blows cold and keeps the trailer cool.


This unit is excellent and works very well. Added on the optional start capacitor and it works great with my 3600w generator.


Received item on time without any damage. Adapter cable sold separately was needed sin e my old unit was 17 years old. Install was easy and works great so far. I continued to use my original ceiling cover. About reliability... time will tell.


I called ETrailer and discussed what kind of tv rooftop air conditioner I needed. They was extremely kind and helpful and really seemed to be very caring about what kind of unit I needed. I throughly enjoyed talking to each of the representatives. So I purchased two air conditioners and one with heat as well! This is where things turned very interesting and I started to get upset! I had a camping trip planned and ETrailer customer service assured me I would get it in plenty of time. The first one shipped and I never received it? They shipped me another one and it showed up in two different boxes and it was damaged and they were parts that didn’t belong to this air conditioner unit? I found a note inside the unit that I thought was new however it was a return from another customer! I had a mess! So I had to hire an electrician that could help me figure out what was going on! I paid for a brand new air conditioner that I did not receive, no discount or nothing! ETrailer customer service assured me they would get this taken care of and I believed them! They just made me believe they were going to get this air conditioner fixed! Then I had to ship the parts that didn’t go with this air conditioning unit back to ETrailer and then they shipped me the correct parts! It was a mess! I had to to hire a professional to install this air conditioning unit so we could go on vacation at Myrtle Beach SC for two weeks! This air Atwood air conditioning unit leaked like crazy all over my floors while we we out for the day! I had to keep a bucket under the air conditioning unit the whole time we were there! I called ETrailer to make them aware of this and they referred me to the manufacturer ( they gave me the wrong number) this got drugged out until finally I got the right number! The manufacturer was aware of this leaking problem and they shipped me a kit to correct this problem! In the beginning I tried to get a refund! ETrailer would not get me a refund! However they told me they might refund some money! You know at the end of the day it’s been one year since I purchased it and I’m still stuck with a air conditioner that I purchased from ETrailer that still leaks like crazy! ETrailer really puts on a show that they care and I do believe some of the customer representatives do care however ETrailer will not make this right! I purchased two air conditioners one of air conditioners is junk! Used junk that I pay full price for and countless phone calls and emails however at the end of the day or one year ago I still have the Atwood air conditioner that it damaged and it still leaks! I don’t enjoy camping because I don’t like carrying a bucket and I am a retired senior that is disabled but ETrailer company does not care! Would I ever make a purchase from ETrailer again! NO I wILL NOT! I rarely ever do a review on anything however ETrailer sent me this to do a review! I am not happy. I have been thinking about filing a complaint with the better business bureau? What do you think? Buyer beware, Please don’t let this happen to you! Kind regards Tony Pruitt


Purchased this as a direct replacement for a Dometic unit on a 2007 Forest River Cardinal 5th trailer. Super easy installation. Hardest part was getting the unit onto the roof. I installed the unit by myself (up and down the ladder, inside and outside) yet still only took less than two hours to install. Works perfectly. Time will tell about long term reliability, but the installation went very well.
As far as etrailer - they had over a month lead time published when I purchased it. Completely understandable as they would have to bring it into stock, and an acceptable time frame for me. Received the unit in about two weeks, well ahead of expected time. Very pleased.


Direct replacement for my previous roof top air conditioner. Fast easy 4 mounting bolt installation along with the proper electrical plug. It started cooling immediately.


Our factory AC went out within 5 year of new purchase, very frustrating! Dealer that we purchased the camper wanted $[XX] for a replacement (AC only, no labor or tax included)……good grief! We searched for a better deal….then realized etrailer carried AC units. We had done business with etrailer in the past and always was satisfied. The replacement unit we purchased from them was almost half of what the dealer wanted. Great service, very knowledgeable staff, great website to include installation videos. Very satisfied with etrailer!!!!! Thank you


Advent lasted exactly 5 years on my unit I'm replacing. Fortunately I noticed a freon line touching a bracket inside and was able to bend it clear otherwise it would have worn thru and due to vibration caused a leak.


Etrailer made it easy by listing the air-conditioners that would fit my rv. They also listed the parts that I would need in addition to the air-conditioner. Their videos helped me install it.
The air-contioner was easy to install. It works very well and is about the same noise level as the Coleman Mach 8 low profile that it replaced.


The unit was as advertised. Plug and play. Simple to install. But the packaging was lacking. The right side of the metal case was bent in and very hard to bend out due to the closeness of the compressor. The back side case had been bent in so badly that it bent all the fins in on the coils witching 4 square inches and I had to brush them out with my coil combs and bend the case back. Packaging should be much better as mail carriers are careless.


Everything was perfect, delivery, intsalation and the running operation has been wonderful.


Advent air conditioners are the best aftermarket ACs out there and etrailer has the best prices.


Product arrived in timely matter in good condition. Product as described easy to install works as should.


Installation was very simple. I appreciated the customer service about shipment, installation etc. I just live in a very hot climate and should have two units on my rig instead of one. My trailer is not a large one but when temps are 106 to 109 it does make one unit work harder. So far it is doing well, no problems.


Cools our camper really well and fast and the price is hard to beat !


Would like to say thank you for your help with the purchase of my AC unit. While camping a few weeks ago our unit stopped working, My wife and I have a 4 month old grandson that comes to visit us at the campground so AC is must. I made a call to etrailer and within a week I had a my New unit and it is up and running. Thanks and I will definitely be letting all my camping friends know about you.. Dave Brown One Satisfied Customer!


Great service just received the product. However the product was slightly damaged in shipment. Have pictures where do I send them? No damage to shipping box.

Etrailer Expert

Brooke M.


Thank you for letting us know. I have sent your information along to our customer service team.


Previous ac was dometic 13500. New advent is 15000. No real difference from the dometic. However it was definitely a direct replacement and other than getting it on the roof it was no problem. No damage from shipping either


Everything looks good and it is working just fine. Did not see any warranty paperwork.

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