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Run Two A/C Units On Just 30-Amps
As an RVer, you dream about those rugged campgrounds in national parks and forests. You yearn for the remote campgrounds of yesteryear during the heydey of Route 66 lore. As alluring as that may be, enjoying those places during their seasonal peak is often a trade-off between sweat and nostalgia. As is often the case, the power stalk at those campgrounds is also from yesteryear and only provides 30-amps. The more authentic the experience, the less likely you are to have the power you need to keep cool.
While most newer private campgrounds offer a 50-amp hookup, older and more traditional campgrounds often provide only 30-amps to power your rig. Additionally, those that do offer 50-amp connections tend to fill up first, leaving the 30-amp power to latecomers and last minute arrivals.
The majority of campers only need 30-amps for most functionality, leaning on that 50-amp burst to start up a second A/C unit, often a must to keep cool during the most popular travel seasons.
SoftStartRV Kit For A/C Is Perfect For Dry Campers
When boondocking or dry camping, a single small generator is all anyone really needs for full-featured camping. Unfortunately, most portable generators won’t start your RV’s air conditioner, making it tougher to enjoy those warm days.
RVers can now start and run their 15k or 13.5k air conditioner using SoftStartRV with their Honda generator. Now you can keep cool and focus on the fun, even in those free camping sites with no hookups.
SoftStartRV Air Conditioning Soft Start Kit Means A/C Freedom At Any 30-Amp Site
Now, you can take your motorhome, 5th-wheel, or travel trailer equipped with multiple air-conditioning units virtually anywhere and enjoy camping, hiking, canoeing, fishing, or just hanging around the campsite, knowing that when the day is done you can relax in the cool comfort of your rig, even on a 30-amp connection. No more hunting for the relatively few 50-amp sites at state parks.
SoftStartRV A/C soft start kits have made this possible. The SoftStartRV A/C soft start kit reduces startup power demand by up to 70%. Installing one for each A/C unit not only helps when plugged in, but it makes life easier for your generator too. Now, your motorhome, 5th-wheel, or travel trailer can take full advantage of both of the RV air conditioner units your rig came with.
Great Air Conditioner Soft Starter For Class A Rigs
SoftStartRV is for big rig owners too. Even when hooked up to 50-amps, SoftStartRV A/C soft starters for air conditioners reduce the need for your power management system to shed power from an induction cooktop, hairdryer, or any other high-draw device to start an additional air conditioning unit.
Motorhomes with three or even four A/C units benefit greatly by having an RV soft start installed for each A/C unit. That startup power savings is handy when boondocking or running the generator while driving.
Easy RV Soft Starter Installation
Installation of the SoftStartRV A/C soft start is a snap for any handy RVer. Installation instructions, a wiring diagram, video links, and great tech support are all available, as is a Bonus Install Kit. Not feeling up to it? SoftStartRV A/C soft starters are a breeze for any professional RV tech to install, typically in under 45 minutes per unit.
Great Air Conditioner Soft Starter Value
SoftStartRV A/C soft starters are discounted; save $30 on one SoftStart RV device, $60 on two, $90 on three, and $120 if you have four A/C’s. . SoftStartRV is so sure you’ll love the difference that SoftStartRV A/C soft starters make for your camping experience, they offer a 90-day 100% full refund guarantee, and a 1-year warranty extendable to 2-years free, with online registration.
Enjoy modern camping to its fullest, no matter where you camp. Keep cool and order SoftStartRV A/C soft starters for your rig today. Order SoftStartRV A/C soft starters at https://www.softstartrv.com/rvlife
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Bill Fisher says
Yep, they work well. I put them on both of the 15K units on our Montana and can run both A/Cs if I want to. Plus, the A/Cs start up much quieter. Well worth the money.
Kenneth McCormack says
How long will your promo for the $50 off and 90 day trial be available? I will not be able to use mt RV for at least 4 months.
Patrick Buchanan says
Kenneth, I believe it will go for quite a while specifically for RV LIFE readers.
Steve Lloyd says
Exactly where does the soft start mount. On the AC unit or inside camper?
It’s small and it typically mounts under the a/c cover on the roof.
The soft start unit mounts inside the air conditioner unit on the roof. You remove the hard start capacitor & then wire the soft start inline. It can mount pretty much anywhere under the cover, but the instructions are very good & suggest the best place depending on which a/c model you have. The wiring instructions are very thorough, just double check every thing you do. I wired mine myself & I’m not an electrical expert at all. I’ve had it 3 years & it works wonderfully.
Dave Botsford you says
I’m a DYI type and installed it. Company was very good at answering questions.
Still waiting to try AC at higher altitudes, which will be the test for my 2.8 genset.
I installed with no problems but I did talk to the support team just to verify some wiring. They were a lot of help. Unit works well
All rv AC’s should be equipped from the factory. When are these manufacturers going to wake up
Claude Gauthier says
Hi, I have an airstream with a 13500 BTU A/C the company says that I need a 3,5 KW generator to run it.
I have a 2000 inverter generator , would I be able to run my A/C with that generator if I install the soft start ?
I will stick with a fan (or fans). Direct the air flow at me and I can sleep soundly. During the day fans work well, or just open some windows so air blows thru, and if possible park in shade. A fan worked just fine for sleeping while I was in Nam so it will work now..