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Air Conditioners

There are Several types of Air Conditioning systems commonly used in the RV Motor Coach Industry ,

1,  Roof Top Units, Units mounted on the roof  blowing cool air downward. These are the better priced and most efficient.

2,  Basement Air , One large Cooling system in the luggage bay, Cool Air forced upward. These tie up a large amount of your luggage space and are not the most efficient . You  have to blow cold air up large vents
that had to be cut into the chassis, Not the most Practical on Motor Coaches

3, The Split system , Smaller Condenser Units mounted in rear cap or in the luggage bay,
Condenser sends refrigerant to air handling units and blows cool air from that unit.
These smaller units can be mounted in more accessible locations. A little more expensive but the more efficient and out of the way.   The more popular cruise Air leads the industry

4, The "New" Walker Interior A/C System, This is a system that walker coach has worked on for about two years and have come up with a clever new alternative in RV air conditioning ..
This is a 12,000 BTU unit that can be mounted inside the coach in a pantry or a shelf or similar....

5, Walker Rear Cap A/C System, This is an air conditioning system that mounts in the rear of your coach cap

The "New" Walker Interior A/C System,
We have created a clever new alternative to RV roof or basement air conditioning ..
This 12,000 BTU air conditioning unit can be mounted inside the coach in a pantry or shelf .

It is a vertical Air conditioner,...It's not like a window unit, a roof or basement unit. It is in fact a completely self contained 12,000 BTU air conditioning unit . It's designed to blow cold air and mount inside the Coach for one third the price of a expensive split systems ....

These units come complete with Programmable electronic controls and a 
remote control with  LCD screen.

Below is a system installed in a Double Decker lower deck

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Cruisair Air Conditioning systems

One of the more popular air handling systems in the Marine and Motor Coach industries.

DX Remote Systems (Air)
Land Vehicle Cooling & Heating Comfort Systems
Cruisair's DX Air-cooled HVAC systems are designed to comfort motor coaches, emergency vehicles, broadcast vans and other specialty land vehicles. The product line includes condensing units, air handlers (cooling/heating units), state-of-the-art digital controls and accessories.

ACA/ACH Condensing Units
14,000 BTU/hr ACA and ACH air-cooled condensing units consist of a refrigerant condenser, compressor and associated electrical and mechanical components in an aluminum enclosure. Models are available in 115V-single phase-60 Hz, or 230V-single phase-50/60 Hz; reverse-cycle heat pump and cooling only models are available.

Solid  State Controls
picture of SMXir and SMX Net/Online controls DX Air-Cooled systems use SMX Series Controls
Product information
L-0248 ACA/ACH Models (Condensing Units)
L-2024 EBU/EHBU Models (Cooling/Heating Units)
L-0258 EBH Models (Cooling/Heating Units)
L-0773 EBS Models (Cooling/Heating Units)
L-0250 EBO Models (Cooling/Heating Units)
L-2042 EFB & EFL Models (Cooling/Heating Units)
L-0776 Auxiliary Heat Modules
L-0239A Grills
L-0859A Plenum & Mounting Frames


Cruisair Comfort Control Systems

SMXht Keypad/Display Image       picture of SMXir and SMX II controls picture of electromechanical switches

Cruisair Comfort Control Systems At A Glance
SMX II Control System
..Cooling, Heating, Dehumidification and more
SMX Net Control System
..SMX II Features Plus Networking Capabilities
Electromechanical Rotary Switches
..Basic Air Conditioning Controls

Condensers and Air handing Cooling Coils

The Compressor Condenser

Cooling Coils or Evaporators

Draw-Through Cooling/Heating Units
EBU and EBO models are compact, draw-through ductable cooling units with a rotatable, variable speed blower and an integral, insulated condensate pan. EHBU and EHBO models have an electric heat element, which can supply heat when outside temperatures are too cold for reverse-cycle heat. EBU/EHBU models are available in capacities of 7,000 and 16,000 Btu/hr. EBO/EHBO model capacity range is 4,000 - 16,000 Btu/hr.

Blow-Through Cooling/Heating Units
EBH, EFB and EFL cooling/heating units are designed to be used without ducts. EBH blow-through units have a blower mounted behind the evaporator coil and an integral condensate drain pan. UL listed models are available. Offered capacities are 14,000 and 16,000 Btu/hr.

EFB and EFL models are compact, fan-type units, suitable for installations where space is more critical than noise. EFB units have a single-fan, and are available in capacities of 4,000 and 16,000 Btu/hr. EFL models have dual fans, and are available in 1,000, 14,000 and 16,000 Btu/hr.

EFB and EFL are blow-through, fan type cooling/heating
units that are designed to be used without ducts. They are
normally installed in the top of a closet, with air discharged
directly into the room.

Auxiliary Heat  options


Ducting when needed


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