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two_travelers
Explorer
Explorer
Considering getting one of these products. There seem to be glowing reports. How well do they work? Are they worth the money?
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OliveTabou
Explorer
Explorer
OliveTabou wrote:
camper19709 wrote:
I have Soft-Start on both my classA roof air conditioners. Very happy with them.


Great article. Very well explained. Thanks for the share.

OliveTabou
Explorer
Explorer
camper19709 wrote:
I have Soft-Start on both my classA roof air conditioners. Very happy with them.
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Great article. Very well explained. Thanks for the share.

ewarnerusa
Nomad
Nomad
The Micro Air is awesome, we love this upgrade. If you have a 2000-ish watt generator that is marginal for running the typical RV air conditioner, the Micro Air will save the day. In our experience anyway. I'm not sure if it has any benefit if you already have enough generator to run your air con.
Aspen Trail 2710BH | 470 watts of solar | 2x 6V GC batteries | 100% LED lighting | 1500W PSW inverter | MicroAir on air con | Yamaha 2400 gen

AllegroD
Nomad
Nomad
X3

camper19709
Explorer
Explorer
I have Soft-Start on both my classA roof air conditioners. Very happy with them.
Chip
06 SurfSide
30ft class A
2 slides
Ford V10 chassis
04 Chevy Astro van toad

Latner
Nomad
Nomad
Home Skillet wrote:
I have the Micro Air. Absolutely worth every penny.
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X2

pianotuna
Nomad II
Nomad II
I have one and much prefer my autoformer.
Regards, Don
My ride is a 28 foot Class C, 256 watts solar, 556 amp-hours of Telcom jars, 3000 watt Magnum hybrid inverter, Sola Basic Autoformer, Microair Easy Start.

Home_Skillet
Explorer II
Explorer II
I have the Micro Air. Absolutely worth every penny.
2005 Gulf Stream Conquest 31ft
BigFoot Levelers,TST in tire TPMS,Bilstein Shocks,Trans temp guage,Lowrace iWAY