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Old 07-18-2008, 03:20 PM   #4 (permalink)
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What do you guys think about something like this? According to an online BTU calculator the Ford Escape needs about 3000 BTU for comfort. This unit is 4400 BTU so I figure its a nice safety margin. Do you guys think something like this would be better than running the ICE driven A/C?

DC Airco type 4400 is designed and used for cooling small cabs, and sleeper cabs of (EU) trucks.
DC 4400 is a small lightweight dc air conditioner introduced in 1998, and modified in 2003.

DC 4400 12 volt
DC 4400 24 volt

Cooling capacity
1300 Watt 4400 BTU
1400 Watt 4760 BTU

Power consumption
360 Watt 30A
360 Watt 15A

Size mm

Size inches
700 W x 920 D x 265 H

27,5W x 36,3 D x 10,5 H
700 W x 920D x 265 H

27,5W x 36,3 D x 10,5 H

Weight
30kg / 66 lbs
30 kg / 66 lbs

Max. outdoor ambient
40 C / 104 F
40 C / 104 F

Low voltage settings

(Unit will shut down if there is a low voltage)
12 VDC = 10,5 volt

24 VDC = 21,5 volt

Restart settings

(If there was a low voltage the unit will restart at)
12 VDC = 12,6 volt

24 VDC = 25,2 volt


High pressure switch
24 bar
24 bar

Low pressure switch
2 bar
2 bar

Safety switches
Max. temperature compressor and motor
Max. temperature compressor and motor


dc 4400 - dc powered air conditioners
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