Atwood Air Command Rooftop RV Air Conditioner w/ Heat Pump - 15,000 Btu - Ducted - Black

Atwood Air Command Rooftop RV Air Conditioner w/ Heat Pump - 15,000 Btu - Ducted - Black

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  • Atwood
  • 15000 Btu
  • Air Conditioner w Heat Pump
  • Ducted Ceiling Assembly
  • 13.9 Amps
This ducted RV air conditioner features a heat pump for chilly nights. Cools fast at 360 cubic feet per minute. Creates less noise than similar models. Low amp draw lets you run other appliances. Includes wall-mount thermostat, remote, and vent. Lowest Prices for the best rv air conditioners from Atwood. Atwood Air Command Rooftop RV Air Conditioner w/ Heat Pump - 15,000 Btu - Ducted - Black part number AT15033-22 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-8924 for expert service.


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Atwood RV Air Conditioners - AT15033-22

This ducted RV air conditioner features a heat pump for chilly nights. Cools fast at 360 cubic feet per minute. Creates less noise than similar models. Low amp draw lets you run other appliances. Includes wall-mount thermostat, remote, and vent.


Features:

  • High-output rooftop air conditioner cools quickly and efficiently while using less power than other models
    • Low amp draw lets you run other appliances simultaneously
  • Heat pump pulls warm air in from outside to heat your RV
    • Heats in ambient temperatures as low as 45 F
    • Allows air conditioner to dehumidify RV on dry setting
  • V-flow airstream blows out to the sides instead of straight down in one spot
    • More effective air circulation
    • Less turbulence and noise
  • Dual motor runs the condenser fan and blower fan separately
    • Still generates cold air on low blower setting
  • Internal thermostat automatically switches between fan and compressor
  • Wall-mount thermostat digitally displays your set temperature
    • Setting range: 60 F - 85 F
  • Wireless remote control lets you conveniently change settings
  • Control settings are on both thermostat and remote
    • On/off button
    • Up and down arrows let you adjust the set temperature
    • Fan button allows you to switch between low, medium, high, and auto settings
    • Mode button lets you switch between cool, heat pump, dry, and fan
    • Sleep button helps to save energy overnight
    • Timer can be set to turn unit on or off up to 24 hours in advance
    • Lock function will keep the thermostat from automatically cycling to the fan
  • Black hardshell shroud protects rooftop unit
  • White ceiling vent, wall-mount thermostat, and wireless remote are included
  • CSA certified
  • Made in the USA


Specs:

  • Application: RV with a duct system
    • Requires a dedicated 20-amp circuit
  • Operating temperature range: 45 F - 159 F
  • Cooling capacity: 15,000 Btu per hour
  • Air output: 360 CFM
  • Air conditioner dimensions: 39" long x 26-1/2" wide x 14-1/2" tall
  • Weight: 88 lbs
  • Roof opening size: 14-1/2" long x 14-1/2" wide
  • Noise level: 55 dB - 66 dB
  • Amperage:
    • Heat pump: 13.9 amps
    • Air conditioner: 13.3 amps
  • Wattage:
    • Starting: 4,830 watts
    • Running: 1,530 watts
  • Electrical rating: 115V, 60Hz
  • 2-Year limited warranty


This high-efficiency RV air conditioner with heat pump offers comfortable camping in temperatures between 45 and 159 degrees Fahrenheit. Using a heat pump conserves up to 4 times more energy than a furnace because it pulls warm air in from outside instead of generating its own. This maintains your set temperature inside when ambient temperatures get as low as 45 degrees Fahrenheit outside, which is perfect for unexpected chilly nights and mornings.


A heat pump cannot be added to an air conditioner that doesn't already have one installed. It not only helps to maintain your set temperature, but it also features a dry setting that dehumidifies your RV and reduces condensation.



15033 Dometic Atwood Air Command Rooftop RV Air Conditioner with Heat Pump - 15,000 Btu - Black

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Video of Atwood Air Command Rooftop RV Air Conditioner w/ Heat Pump - 15,000 Btu - Ducted - Black


Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.




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

Atwood Air Command Rooftop RV Air Conditioner w/ Heat Pump - 15,000 Btu - Ducted - Black - AT15033-22

Average Customer Rating:  4.4 out of 5 stars   (10 Customer Reviews)

This ducted RV air conditioner features a heat pump for chilly nights. Cools fast at 360 cubic feet per minute. Creates less noise than similar models. Low amp draw lets you run other appliances. Includes wall-mount thermostat, remote, and vent.

- AT15033-22
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A year ago, I replaced the 10 yr old Carrier AC on our 30' Carriage fifth wheel with the Atwood Air Command Heat Pump. What a great decision! The new unit was surprisingly easy to install and wire myself without any issues. The hardest part of the job may be getting the unit on the roof. Fortunately, I have a friend with a forklift. The Air Command works flawlessly, cooling the camper to 72 degrees, even during our hot and humid coastal North Carolina summer. The heat pump is also a great option for saving propane, down to about 45-50 degrees. You will still need your furnace for really cold weather, but as the day warms up, with the push of a button, you can conveniently switch back to the heat pump. I am confident the Atwood Air Command will serve us well for many years- assuming of course, that I can avoid low-hanging tree branches! 635975



- AT15028-22
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Review from a similar Atwood Air Command in RV Air Conditioners


For the money I paid for this unit I am not happy with the unit as a ducting unit. I should have went with the Coleman in the first place. The ducting system on this is not working well at all. They give you a black baffle in it and it is not doing the job. The air conditioning cools but not like it should through the ducting system. I bought a 15000 instead of what was originally in there was a 13500. That being said it does not work as good as it should through the ducting system. Very disappointed. 649250



- AT15025-21
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Review from a similar Atwood Air Command in RV Air Conditioners


The folks at etrailer make it easy to order. They are informative and helpful and return phone calls promptly (thanks Heidi M). This is a big part of the buying process. As far as the product goes, it is absolutely the quietest AC I have experienced in a RV while operating on low. Quiet is why we purchased this particular unit, as our other unit which was only a year old was just to loud (approximately 70 dB on low). This unit cools our rig quickly and efficiently. The only part I question about the unit is the air return which is nothing but thin flexible Styrofoam. Not a dense Styrofoam in a plastic enclosure, or vice-versa. It is thin enough that light from the sun can transmit through it. The AC shroud does cover the Styrofoam, and time will tell whether it is durable enough to last through the elements. I did notice that the Styrofoam does squeak when going down a bumpy road and can be heard in our rig. That is disappointing. 659673



- AT15027-22
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Review from a similar Atwood Air Command in RV Air Conditioners


I really enjoyed working with etrailer, everyone that I talked to was very helpful. The A/C I ordered was shipped very fast. I will do business with them again. 612682



- AT15026-21
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Review from a similar Atwood Air Command in RV Air Conditioners


This product was easy to install on the 1971 Airstream Trailer, it looked great on the inside and outside of the trailer. It performed very well, so much so that a young couple wanted to buy the Airstream. We sold it to them! Thank you for making a great product. 581040



- AT15025-21
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Review from a similar Atwood Air Command in RV Air Conditioners


This unit works so well .the thermostat keeps steady temps.the unit is also very quiet.there is no way you could beat this unit.please do not waste your time looking at others ........this one is worth every penny........downside ...heavy to ship....make sure carriers that deliver it do not damage it. 439307


Comments

Still like new ..so glad I bought this unit......

Dennis g - 10/04/2018

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- AT15026-21
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Review from a similar Atwood Air Command in RV Air Conditioners


By far the best a/c unit I've ever owned! I live in buckeye az, very hot in summer, cold in winter, this unit does it all! Cold in summer, hot in winter! My electric bill actually went down and comfort went way up!! This unit does what used to take two units to do..very satisfied! Thank-You Atwood! 544073



- AT15026-21
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Review from a similar Atwood Air Command in RV Air Conditioners


We like the air conditioner but the thermostat sucks. It varies 10 degrees. If we set it at 70 degrees it will drop to 65 degrees before coming on & will go to 75 degrees before turning off. I intend to take it to a service center to have it checked in the spring. It is the same way when on heat. Other than that it works fine. 468582



- AT15026-21
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Review from a similar Atwood Air Command in RV Air Conditioners


Used almost daily..... has done an excellent job.... both a/c and heat has performed flawlessly..... product was recieved exactly as described and on time..... 463179



- AT15025-21
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Review from a similar Atwood Air Command in RV Air Conditioners


Had for year. It works very well. Have made several purchases from etrailer, always pleased. 451020


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Condition: Surface Scratches

Notes: This item has cosmetic damage on the outer cover and one of the screws is stripped on top of the cover. There is also two small holes in the screen of the air intake you mount on the inside of the trailer, but these are not visible with the cover on.

Our Price: $993.24

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