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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. Lowest 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 etrailer.com or call 800-298-8924 for expert service.
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Advent Air RV Air Conditioners - ACM150

  • 15000 Btu
  • Advent Air
  • Standard Air Conditioner

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.


Features:

  • 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 or Dometic setup
    • 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
    • Includes wiring harness and mounting hardware
  • 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


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): 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
  • 1-Year warranty


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.



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Video Transcript for Best Rooftop RV Air Conditioner Options

Randy: Hey, guys, it's Randy here, at etrailer.com. We get questions about AC units all the time, so we spent about the last week and-a-half running a bunch of tests on the different manufacturers. And what we are going to talk about today are the 15,000 BTU class, the Furrion, which we have here, in the middle. It's actually a 15,500 BTU AC unit. But we've got some really good results. Now, we'll just run down the summary now, so if you're just worried about the information, we'll give it to you, and we'll explain it a little bit more in depth if you want to stick around.But basically, the first concern most of our customers have is going to be noise.

As far as noise go, the Furrion and the Atwood inside your RV are going to be the quietest. They are about 10 decibels quieter than what the Advent, based on the testing we we're able to come up with. Basically, the Atwood here, it runs at about 67 decibels with the compressor on, fan going. The Furrion's at about 66. Now, both of these are going to be very similar to a normal conversation at about three to five feet away.

When we look at the Advent, this was up 77, 76, just depending This is going to be . You get the additional airflow, but this is going to be closer to the sounds that you generally get from a washing machine.The next big question is always temperature difference, like how much cooling capacity does it have With the Atwood and with the Advent, they both brought down the ambient air temperature about 20. The Furrion was closer to 30. So, this one's definitely better at cooling the air. Surprisingly enough, even in June here in Missouri, we've still got pretty nice weather.

So, we tested all of these at about 74. 74, 75, something like that.And what we got essentially, is that with the Atwood and with the Advent, they both brought our air temperature from that 74 down to 55, 54, somewhere right in that range. So, these are about 20 cooler than what the air is outside. Now, if it's at 100, you might not get a full 20, but that's where they sat. With the Furrion, I was really impressed with it.

Same temperature, 74, 75, this thing got down to 43 a couple times, 44, 45. So, this one's closer to 30. Now, that's measured directly where that air comes out of the duct. We put our temperature sensor right there so we could pick it up as close to the source as possible.As far as generator use, a lot of times you'll be out boondocking, you'll be out somewhere where you don't have access to plug-in power or shore power. And they all would start with our generators. We used our 3200 watt etrailer generator. We could start each of them without any problems at all. The thing that comes in, and the one that I would recommend for generator use is going to be the Furrion. The Furrion's compressor uses a separate motor than the evaporator, versus the Atwood or the Advent. So, these, while they don't really require any more power to start than the Furrion, these take a little bit longer. So, they put a longer period of drag on your generator. That could cause, in some cases, depending on your generator brand, for these not to fire.The Furrion has a much shorter cycle there. The compressor kicks on very rapidly. So, I like this one the best. The generator doesn't hardly have time to recognize the load before it's up and running. So, that's something to keep in mind there. Another question we get are about capacitors. Capacitors are a small, kind of like a coil, or kind of like a battery, and it can store power inside. When we ask the AC unit to come on, that capacitor discharges that energy it's got, and it helps out. It wants to help it along.So, basically, what we we're doing is testing them. The Atwood comes standard with a capacitor, the Furrion comes standard with a capacitor, the Advent does not in most cases. So, what you'll need to do if you want to use this, especially if you're going to be using it with a generator, get a capacitor, install it in there, and it's just going to help with that initial start up. It's going to help it out just a little bit, trying to give it that little bit of boost that it needs to get everything working properly.As far as the generator questions, we get those a lot, and people want to know which generator they need to use to power them. And basically, this is going to be pretty specific, but our etrailer generators, whether you're using the 3200 or two of the 2000's paralleled together, they started these each and every time with no issue. To go a step further than that, our two etrailer 2000 watt generators really surprised me. We ran the Atwood, which we started first. After the Atwood was running, we started the Furrion, and they fired right up. I was really surprised. Same to be said for that 3200 and parallel, or the 3200 and 2000 watt kit we made. So, if you've just got one air conditioner on there, any of those are going to work out really well for you.If you're going to be running two, the only exception would be if they both try to start at the exact same time. That's one of the most rare instances, I think, that you'll ever encounter, but if it does happen, it's going to trip your generator. You'll have to restart it. So, just keep that in mind. But outside of that, they all work really well, even with the large BTU ratings, with those generators that I've mentioned.The last is going to be airflow. And basically, the Advent, while it is the noisiest like we talked about, it seems to put out the most air. But it's not quite as cool as what we get with the Furrion. The Furrion's a little bit cooler, doesn't blow quite as much air. The Furrion's going to be for me. I like that bigger temperature difference. And then the Atwood, it just kind of stays right there in the middle. The airflow on this one's a little bit less than the Furrion. It cools at the same rate as what the Advent does. So all in all, they all do a good job and they're all going to work.I think the biggest reason you might want maximum airflow is if you've got a ducted trailer. We're going to have one AC unit in the back, let's say, of the trailer, and we're trying to get it to push through those vents all the way up to the front. Outside of that, I think all three of them are going to be really adequate in that department. Now, looks are something that can sometimes be important. Back in the day, campers, none of them looked very nice maybe, except for the Airstream. It had a nice look to it. But the rest of them just looked like squares or rectangles.Anymore, the campers are stepping up their game. The camper manufacturers are looking nicer and nicer. And in my opinion, I know beauty's in the eye of the beholder, but in my opinion, I really like the looks of the Furrion. It has a really nice, New Age kind of a look. You can see it's got good lines on it, very aerodynamic. This one happens to be the one with the white top. It's also available in a black top. My second favorite in the looks department is going to be the Atwood. It's a little bit more outdated in the appearance, slightly. But again, this is something that's going to sit up on top of your camper, and you're probably not going to look at it very often.But if you want your camper to look nice sitting out there, again, Furrion is where it's at. With the Advent here, I think it's slightly more outdated than what that Atwood is. So, again, beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Everybody likes what they like. But with the new lines and kind of the new design on this Furrion, I think it's going to stand out amongst the other ones.Now, as far as which one I would pick and which AC unit I would choose to use, basically, that's going to be the Furrion. I like the colder temperature, I like that quicker start when we are dealing with generators and things like that. All three of them are going to be adequate. I mean, the Atwood is extremely popular. The Advent, we sell just about as many as we can get. So, they all do a good job. I just, after playing with them for the last couple of weeks, I think the Furrion would be the way I would go.


Customer Reviews

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

Average Customer Rating:  4.7 out of 5 stars   (46 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.

- ACM150
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I bought this for a 1983 ford shasta r/v Took about 1 1/2 hours to install. would have been less time but I had to reroute the 12/2/ rx to the other side. Was very easy to install. So next time I hit a very low tree branch and rip off my a/c unit I will get another one here!!! 489289



- ACM150
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Very fast delivery at a very good price. 481836



- ACM150
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Top cover is broke at the screw holes. 509868



- ACM150
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This is a direct replacement for a unit that I have. A tree branch put a hole in the condenser. This was not the fault of the unit. I was able to remove the six Phillips head screws on the inside shroud, unplug two cables and remove four 10mm bolts, then remove the old unit. once the old unit was out of the way place the new unit in place and reverse the process. I think the whole process took me 30 minutes to complete. It works just as well as any other unit I have owned. 518681



- ACM150
by:

Got here fast so I could replace my RV ac 647093



- ACM135CH
by:

Review from a similar Advent Air AC Unit in RV Air Conditioners


Great response time . Haven't installed yet but it appears to be in perfect condition. 642380



- ACM135BC
by:

Review from a similar Advent Air AC Unit in RV Air Conditioners


My review is on Lori at etrailer, when I ordered my advent a/c unit I knew it would not be available for 6 to 8 weeks,she kept me informed & when they received a shipment let me know, delivery was quick. Thank you Lori for keeping me informed . Due to travel I won't be installing the unit till spring so I can't review it at this time. I have bought from etrailer in the past & will again in the future, Great job. 572881



- ACM135C
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Review from a similar Advent Air AC Unit in RV Air Conditioners


I’ve had the advent ac unit for a year now and love it . Our fifth wheel was preprep for the second ac unit so it was simple to install. We use it mostly to cool the rig down after set up and on those hot humid nights or when the outside temps shot up in the afternoons . But yes I would recommend this unit . In fact if the need would ever arise I’m would order the direct replacement for the factory installed Dometic unit on the rear . Shipping was fast with no damage. 664585



- ACCOL135
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Review from a similar Advent Air AC Unit in RV Air Conditioners


Ahoy folks. Yelp I ordered and received ACCOL135 unit. designed to replace a Coleman unit. product was delivered from out of state, right on time!! very cost effective. easy installation. preformes as advertised. longevity undetermined? 602553



- ACM135BC
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Review from a similar Advent Air AC Unit in RV Air Conditioners


My husband installed this as a second air conditioner in our 5th wheel. Installation took a little longer than expected due to getting the inside template to line up with the main unit. Also, it is pretty noisy on medium and high; however, that doesn’t bother us as we like to sleep with “white noise”. Overall, it cools well and is a fairly straightforward installation with minor adjustments needed. If you are mechanically inclined, installation should not be an issue. 647387



- ACCOL135
by:

Review from a similar Advent Air AC Unit in RV Air Conditioners


The unit seems to be a top of the line quality product. Installation was fairly straight forward except the instructions are outdated. Instructions tell you to remove the receiver cover to prep it for mounting the Coleman control panel. The cover is not removable, it's now a high density foam. Also the supplied hardware is not long enough to go through the cover. The photos in the instructions are very hard to determine what they are of. 510096


Comments

Labor Day weekend 2018 we were camping at a site in direct sunlight. While running the unit on high we experienced a smell of something electrical over heating. I feel that the compressor failed. I have been in touch with the company and have the location of the nearest service location but have not been able to take the RV there yet. There is a 2 year warrantee so it shouldnt be a problem just an inconvenience.

Michael w - 05/19/2019

55433

- ACM135C
by:

Review from a similar Advent Air AC Unit in RV Air Conditioners


Product arrived super fast and seems to work well (too cold currently to know for sure) etrailer had the best price I found and has excellent customer service. Will be doing business with them again 579703



- ACDOM150
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Review from a similar Advent Air AC Unit in RV Air Conditioners


Great quick service. Ordered online then I had a follow up call to confirm info. Ordered Thursday afternoon got it Tuesday morning, free shipping. The A/C unit was well packaged. I would recommend them. 642296



- ACCOL150
by:

Review from a similar Advent Air AC Unit in RV Air Conditioners


This unit can't be beat if you are replacing a stock Coleman--Avery straightforward installation. Airflow is better than my old Coleman but temperature is not. I've taken 3 trips with this Advent on Summer days with temperatures in the 90s, and in all cases the output temperature never got cooler than 60. The old Coleman could blow 50 degrees. 551026


Comments

Where are you measuring the 60°? According to the manufacturer, ASA Electronics, if your trailer has a ducted system, its possible that theres a leak in the ductwork. The best way to rule out the AC unit itself is to measure the output air temperature right as it leaves the unit.

-- Mike L - 01/24/2019

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- ACM135CH
by:

Review from a similar Advent Air AC Unit in RV Air Conditioners


The order came in super quick. I can't report on performance of the roof top ac or fan yet, as my rv isn't ready for them yet. It they work half as good as delivery, I know they will be great. 574262



- ACDOM150
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Review from a similar Advent Air AC Unit in RV Air Conditioners


Arrived very fast only took about 3 days to get here really simple to install the hardest part was getting unit on top of RV and that wasn’t to hard by myself only took about 45 minutes and it blowing around 50 degrees over 100 dollars less than local RV dealer great product would buy again but hope I never have to 641655



- ACM150BCH
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Review from a similar Advent Air AC Unit in RV Air Conditioners


Incredibly fast shipping, all packaging was intact with no damage. Items were easy to install. Biggest chore was lifting it on to the roof of the camper. Every time I've used E-trailer they have provided exceptional products and fast shipping. Great company 596813



- ACCAR150
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Review from a similar Advent Air AC Unit in RV Air Conditioners


Received Advent Air Replacement Rooftop RV Air Conditioner for Carrier Setup 15,000 Btu White- ACCAR150 in excellent condition by UPS. Replaced one of my old Carrier Air V air conditioners on my 32' Damon Daybreak motor home. It was easy to install and the conversion kit that came with it worked very well. Quiet even when running on high speed. Used the same remote and ceiling mount I had with my Carrier Air Conditioner. 528083



- ACM135C
by:

Review from a similar Advent Air AC Unit in RV Air Conditioners


Very easy to install , took me 1 hour and a half , runs nice 538835



- ACM135CH
by:

Review from a similar Advent Air AC Unit in RV Air Conditioners


Being from Hawaii could have is disadvantages when trying to get items shipped here. Thanks to Dena from etrailer my customer as well as myself are very happy. My customer was specific to what type of product they wanted because they were very pleased with it in the past and gave me the task of finding it and getting it shipped here. After a few failed attempts from other vendors Dena not only came through for me but expedited my shipment and saved me close to $500.00 in air freight charges. Thank you Dena and her team for the great service!!. I look forward to doing business with etrailer in the future. 707862



- ACCAR150
by:

Review from a similar Advent Air AC Unit in RV Air Conditioners


A/C was easy to install in place of the old Carrier unit.. Shipping was as promised. Would recommend!! 529573



- ACDOM150B
by:

Review from a similar Advent Air AC Unit in RV Air Conditioners


Amazing product, I will definitely recommend Advent to all my RV friends. Extremely easy to install, just a little to heavy to get up a ladder alone so i used a tractor to lift the unit to the roof of my RV, 4 bolts on the inside to remove and the wiring harness and off with the pos demetic, placed the Advent right in place bolted it down turned it on and instantly got cold air, very cold air! Only thing you have to install which I think the factory could do but, was easy. 516122



- ACM135CH
by:

Review from a similar Advent Air AC Unit in RV Air Conditioners


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! 644424



- ACDOM150
by:

Review from a similar Advent Air AC Unit in RV Air Conditioners


SUPER pleased with the product. It was exactly as described and performs exactly as expected. The installation was simple, do-it-yourself, (less than 30 min) using 1 screwdriver and 1 nutdriver. The 15,000 btu unit cools my 41' park model in less than 20 min. Super quiet, and efficient. This unit was used to replace a Dometic Duo Therm and I did not have to modify anything...straight plug and play! Many thanks to the team at etrailer for the great service and lightning fast shipping! I will definitely be a loyal future customer. 540255



- ACM150B
by:

Review from a similar Advent Air AC Unit in RV Air Conditioners


The product was damaged upon arrival so I called etrailer & they sent me another unit no questions asked ! 506242



- ACM135C
by:

Review from a similar Advent Air AC Unit in RV Air Conditioners


You for Your Free shipping and well packaged order. I have it installed in my camping trailer and I will be applying the power tomorrow. 597910



- ACCOL150B
by:

Review from a similar Advent Air AC Unit in RV Air Conditioners


Great stuff work well easy to install . Bon produit facile a installer et fonctionne a merveille . 600342



- ACM135C
by:

Review from a similar Advent Air AC Unit in RV Air Conditioners


Great product, received within a couple days of order, easy install with just couple wires & complete instructions! Replaced my 93 Coleman with perfect fit. 14×14 opening. 522809



- ACM135CH
by:

Review from a similar Advent Air AC Unit in RV Air Conditioners


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. 655942



- ACCAR150
by:

Review from a similar Advent Air AC Unit in RV Air Conditioners


Received within 3 days, priced right. Won't be taking out of the box until May to install. 469434



- ACM135C
by:

Review from a similar Advent Air AC Unit in RV Air Conditioners


Once again etrailer comes out great . I mounted my new AC on top of my 1957 Sportcraft vintage trailer . The AC works really great . Thanks again 547988



- ACCOL150
by:

Review from a similar Advent Air AC Unit in RV Air Conditioners


Outstanding service !. Ordered tuesday around 10:00AM---deliverd Thursday O7:20 AM. Hard to improve on that service. 725984



- ACM150BCH
by:

Review from a similar Advent Air AC Unit in RV Air Conditioners


All Good Sir! [Thumbs up] 717885



- ACM135B
by:

Review from a similar Advent Air AC Unit in RV Air Conditioners


works great, it should last a long time. really came in handy with such hot weather. 714369



- ACM135BCH
by:

Review from a similar Advent Air AC Unit in RV Air Conditioners


I received my order quick and it was a easy install just had to take out the existing vent and it fit right in place approximately two hours was done with the whole project Thanks a trailer I’ll be ordering more parts 713153



- ACM135C
by:

Review from a similar Advent Air AC Unit in RV Air Conditioners


Installation was simple and unit has preformed perfectly and we have had our rv in several states. Highly recommend. 713106



- ACM135C
by:

Review from a similar Advent Air AC Unit in RV Air Conditioners


product arrived on time as promised, great job. will definitely use you again.Thanks 700017



- ACDOM150B
by:

Review from a similar Advent Air AC Unit in RV Air Conditioners


My advent a/c come in it was in great shape got it installed in about an hour started it up cooled air again Etrailer was a pleasure to deal with I will be back in the future. And Donna P Wes great she was a big help thanks again Tommy B 658939



- ACM135BC
by:

Review from a similar Advent Air AC Unit in RV Air Conditioners


Easy instalation. Fast shipping. Time will tell on the performance of the unit. So far so good. 652742



- ACDOM150
by:

Review from a similar Advent Air AC Unit in RV Air Conditioners


It did come fast. If you are replacing an existing AC unit (even a Dometic unit) you will also need the ACDB ceiling vent assembly, as your old vent will not work with this. That begs the question - why do they even offer the ACDOM150 ? What you need is the ACM150C. I ordered the ACDOM150, then learned the hard way I also need the new vent. Had to place a new order for the vent. Wasted time and money for shipping on the 2nd order. Not nice to learn this after the struggle to heft the AC unit onto the roof of my RV. 651277


Comments

Weve learned from our contact at Advent Air that this unit will work with an existing vent assembly if the vent assembly was made after 2008/2009. If the vent inside your camper is older than 2008, you will want to get an updated vent assembly such as part # ACDB
Air Distribution Box w/ Built-In Thermostat for Advent Air RV Air Conditioners - White
$79.95
that you referenced.

-- Victoria B - 12/03/2019

63649

- ACDOM150
by:

Review from a similar Advent Air AC Unit in RV Air Conditioners


Very satisfied with the unit. Delivered quickly. Easy to install. Had no problems with the installation. Only time will tell if the unit last but as far as the ordering and installation, I have no complaints. 647005



- ACM135
by:

Review from a similar Advent Air AC Unit in RV Air Conditioners


Delivery guy left box on it’s side, I opened box and found and small crack on the rear upper corner was cracked. Other than that I hooked it up and it works great. 646643



- ACM135C
by:

Review from a similar Advent Air AC Unit in RV Air Conditioners


https://youtu.be/3daLg5q-nbM 643797



- ACM135BC
by:

Review from a similar Advent Air AC Unit in RV Air Conditioners


All parts were recieved in good conditi on. 603052



- ACM135CH
by:

Review from a similar Advent Air AC Unit in RV Air Conditioners


arrived quickly 589818



- ACM135C
by:

Review from a similar Advent Air AC Unit in RV Air Conditioners


I have not installed it yet but shipping was fastest I have ever seen. was at my door in 48 hrs. way to go guys 587811


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  • Adding a Heat Strip to Advent AC Units
  • The Advent Air Electric Heat Strip - 5,500 Btu # ACMHD can be added to many of the Advent Air Conditioner Units. It can be added to the following to take the chill out of the air: # ACM135 - 13,500 BTU White Air Conditioner # ACM135B - 13,500 BTU Black Air Conditioner # ACM150 - 15,000 BTU White Air Conditioner # ACM150B - 15,000 BTU Black Air Conditioner I also recommend getting the start capacitor # ACMSCKIT to allow you to start your AC without any additional current draw needed...
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  • Is Advent AC Compatible With Carrier AC Fan?
  • According to Advent, in order to replace your Carrier with the Advent Air Rooftop RV Air Conditioner # ACM150 and use three-speed fan you will also need the Ceiling Vent Assembly with Wall Mounted Thermostat for Advent Air RV Air Conditioners # ACRG15 and to replace your Carrier thermostat with the one in this kit. If you only wanted to replace the AC unit with the Advent # ACM150, you would simply need Carrier Adapter Kit # ACCARKIT, so long as your Carrier thermostat and relay box...
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  • Are Advent Air Conditioner Units ACDOM150 and ACM150 the Same
  • That is correct. The part # ACDOM150 that you referenced is the exact same as the Advent Air Rooftop RV Air Conditioner # ACM150 with the Start Capacitor # ACMSCKIT. This is compatible with Dometic connections that use the 6 pin connector that you see in the attached photo.
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  • Can the Advent Air RV Air Conditioner # ACM150 be Used to Replace a Carrier 13,500 Watt AC Unit
  • You can definitely replace your current Carrier system with the Advent Air Rooftop RV Air Conditioner # ACM150 as long as you use the Adapter # ACCARKIT. This unit has a running amp draw of about 15 amps but the startup amp draw is about 45 amps. You will need a different fuse and breaker but you need to make sure that it is safe to do so. I recommend having a professional electrician look at your setup so that nothing burns down. If you install the Start Capacitor # ACMSCKIT as well...
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  • Replacing a Carrier A/C Unit with an Advent Air A/C Unit
  • The Advent Air Rooftop RV Air Conditioner part # ACM135 for 13,500 Btu's or part # ACM150 for 15,000 Btu's are both available and ready for purchase. The Coleman Adapter Kit part # ACCOLKIT that you referenced is for Coleman units so it will not be needed to replace your Carrier. However, both of the above kits come with everything that is needed anyhow. The adapter kit is more or less to retain your wall thermostat which you said you do not have. There are no Advent to Carrier adapter...
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  • Will Advent AC Unit Replace a Carrier AC Unit
  • According to Advent you will be able to use the Advent Air Replacement RV Air Conditioner for Carrier Setup # ACCAR150 as a replacement for your current AC so long as the thermostat and relay box of your Carrier AC is functional, as you can see by the cut out of the Advent tech bulletin I added for you. This kit includes the Advent Air Rooftop RV Air Conditioner # ACM150, Carrier Adapter Kit # ACCARKIT and Start Capacitor for Advent Air RV Air Conditioners # ACMSCKIT. I have added...
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  • Advent Air Conditioner for Dometic Compatiblity with Duo-Thermostat Comfort Control Center
  • For your two Dometic AC units you can use the Advent Air Replacement RV Air Conditioner for Dometic Setup - White # ACDOM135 or Black # ACDOM135B. This will use your Dometic thermostat and vent so your Comfort control will work. The harness that comes with it does make it plug and play.
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  • Will the Advent Ceiling Vent Assembly # ACRG15 Work with an Advent 150 AC Unit
  • Yes! The Ceiling Vent Assembly # ACRG15 for ducted systems is compatible with an Advent 150 AC unit like part # ACM150 or # ACM150B.
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  • Will Advent Air Conditioner ACM150 Replace AC150
  • Yes, the Advent Air Rooftop RV Air Conditioner # ACM150 that you referenced will work great as a replacement for the AC150 you currently have. It would be basically an exact replacement.
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  • Roof Air Conditioner for a 14 Foot by 8 Foot Camper
  • In order to cool your camper that much (30 degrees) you would have to have an air conditioner. A roof vent and fan such as # MA00-05100K won't do much at all to reduce the temperature in the camper. We do have some AC units available. For you I recommend a non-ducted unit that fits in the standard roof vent opening size (which is roughly 14-1/2 inches square) # AT15025-21. Another option is the Advent Air Rooftop RV Air Conditioner # ACM150. Using an air conditioner is going to be...
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  • Can Advent AC Unit Use Wiring and Thermostat of Carrier System
  • Advent makes an adapter that allows you to easily plug in their AC units like the # ACM150 to Carrier wiring and thermostats like what you have with the part # ACCARKIT. With this adapter kit and the # ACM150 you'd be able to easily install the AC unit and also use your current wiring and thermostat.
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  • Replacement Advent Air Conditioner With Ducted RV System
  • The 15,000 Btu Advent Air RV Air Conditioner part # ACM150 will work well to replace your ducted Advent Air conditioner. It has a 1-year warranty. There is a thick gasket built into the bottom of the AC unit with 6-noise reducing foam pads to provide a water tight seal and protects the RV roof. This is just the air conditioner unit and will use the existing ducts in your trailer. I have attached an installation video for your reference.
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  • Can Advent Air Conditioner Unit # ACM150 Fit Pop Up Camper
  • The AC unit part # ACM150 that you referenced can be used on a pop up camper. It is designed to fit the very standard roof vent opening 14-1/4 by 14-1/4 inch like what you most likely have. The thermostat and vent side of this is part # ACDB that you'll need as well.
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  • Replacing Advent 13,500 BTU Unit with Upgrade to 15,000 BTU Unit
  • Yes. You can upgrade to the 15,000 BTU unit and keep the head from the previous unit. You can simply get the Advent Air Rooftop RV Air Conditioner - 15,000 Btu # ACM150 and utilize all the components you already have installed.
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  • Compatibility Between 2002 Keystone Cougar & Advent Air RV Air Conditioner
  • What is meant by, "The only compatibility you would need to verify would be between the upper unit and the ceiling assembly." is that you will just have to make sure the measurement of the Advent Air RV Air Conditioner # ACM150 line up with the existing ceiling assembly. The # ACM150 fits in RV units that have a roof opening size of 14-1/4" long x 14-1/4". As long as these measurements line up with your 2002 Keystone Cougar the unit will fit. I attached the technical data sheet on...
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  • Recommended RV Rooftop AC Unit with Ceiling Vent and Controls
  • Great question. We do have the Advent Air Rooftop RV Air Conditioner # ACM150 with the interior components. It is part # ACM150C and it also includes the start capacitor. That capacitor is extremely helpful in making sure you can start your AC even when the shore power isn't able to draw that capacity. The capacitor will automatically refill to ensure you never have an issue starting your AC. The vent assembly has a built in thermostat to control fan settings and temperature. There...
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  • Replacement 15,000 BTU AC Unit for 2004 Carrier V 15000
  • The Advent Air Rooftop RV Air Conditioner # ACM150 that you referenced requires you to have a thermostat and inside roof vent to function properly. If the circuit board you mentioned having is basically just a standard thermostat but branded Carrier (it should be) then this will work as-is. For a more complete setup that comes with the needed thermostat, remote, and inner vent system you'd instead want the Atwood AC unit # AT15033-22 which also is rated at 15,000 BTU.
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  • Weight of the Advent Air Rooftop RV Air Conditioner # ACM150
  • The Advent Air Rooftop RV Air Conditioner # ACM150 is still fairly new to the AC scene which is why it doesn't have very many reviews. With that being said, we haven't really had much customer feedback as of yet (March 2018). It does weigh less (68 lbs) than the Coleman units which is an attractive quality. The 6 foam pads and 6 fan blade help to really quiet the AC unit while providing you with quite a lot of power. The condensation dispersion cooling system uses the excess water in...
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  • Does Advent Air Rooftop RV Air Conditioner Have Copper Coils?
  • Yes, the Advent Air Rooftop RV Air Conditioner # ACM150 does have copper coils. It has three speed settings, is efficient and fits a standard 14-1/4" x 14-1/4" RV roof opening.
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  • Recommended Replacement Rooftop RV Air Conditioner For A Dometic Unit In A 2015 Mountaineer RV
  • I just reached out to my contact at the manufacturer ASA Electronics, and I was advised that as long as the Dometic is using their 6 pin connector between the upper unit and ceiling assembly, the # ACM150 will sit on top in place of the existing upper unit. The only compatibility you would need to verify would be between the upper unit and the ceiling assembly. So as long as the Dometic uses the 6 pin connector, the ACM150 will sit on top of your existing setup.
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  • Recommendation to Replace Older Coleman AC on RV
  • Your best option to replace the Coleman AC unit in your 2000 Tiffin Allegro is with the Advent Air # ACM150 along with the Coleman Adapter Kit # ACCOLKIT. This wiring adapter kit should allow for a plug-and-play installation when replacing the unit. I did reach out to my contact at Advent Air to see about compatibility with older Coleman units like what is on your Tiffin Allegro. He said unfortunately Coleman doesn't release to them when or if they change their connection type over...
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  • Can the Flex-a-lite 1000 Airmover Multipurpose Fan # FLXCFM1000 be Used to Replace an AC Unit
  • I think that all depends on how cold you are needing your flower cooler to be. The Flex-a-lite 1000 Airmover Multipurpose Fan # FLXCFM1000 has an airflow of 900 cubic feet per minute which is where the cooling effect comes into play. It doesn't have any adjustment options to regulate the temperature or airflow as it only has an on/off switch. This unit cannot necessarily replace an AC unit but it does provide significant airflow that will help keep things cool. We do have some...
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