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Re: ThermoKing AC by TomC
Post New Message Yes you could power the compressor with a 25hp or so 3 phase electric motor, have another 2hp fan to cool the condensor and then a giant converter to power the two 1hp ea 24v blower motors, but then that means the generator (at least a 25kw) would be running all the time that A/C would be needed. There's a real good reason that the roof top or basement type RV A/C's are sized the way they are. They're easy to power off the PP and you only need one to cool at night. Even if you run two RV A/C's you can do it off a 30 amp plug. Can't do that with the giant down the road stock system you're trying to power. Good Luck, TomC
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