Micro-Air EasyStart Soft Starter Installation into RV Rooftop Air Conditioner

Micro-Air EasyStart Soft Starter Installation into RV Rooftop Air Conditioner



The Micro-Air EasyStart reduced the start surge current of this Coleman Mach 13.5kBTU rooftop from 41.1A (measured, 54 LRA rated) to an astonishing 17.3A. This then allows the system to operate on a limited-current power source as small as 2000W, be it a generator or an inverter. All the details of the actual installation, comparison testing, and technical explanations are covered.

EasyStart RV Rooftop Installation Video Outline:
00:00 – Introduction
01:44 – What EasyStart is, what it does, & how it differs from a hard start.
04:17 – Accessing the rooftop A/C and electric box
07:02 – Mounting location considerations
07:58 – Wiring diagram review
09:20 – Identifying the different capacitors
10:37 – Special clamp-on ammeters
12:45 – “Before” test with factory configuration
14:39 – Hard Start installation
17:45 – Hard Start testing
19:06 – EasyStart installation materials & wiring review
23:02 – EasyStart wiring
25:59 – EasyStart automatic learning process
27:39 – Other EasyStart benefits
29:22 – EasyStart final test
30:32 – System reassembly
32:56 – Summary & closing

EasyStart Product Webpage:
EasyStart™ 364 (3-ton) Soft Starter

EasyStart Installation Manual:
http://microair.net/main/products/manuals/EasyStart_364_368_Installation_Manual.pdf

Pop-up Camping Trailer:
2007 Fleetwood Williamsburg

Air Conditioner:
2007 Coleman Mach 13.5kBTU, model 8333E876

Test Equipment:
Extech 380949 True RMS AC/DC Mini Clamp Meter
Matteo’s “Patented” high-speed Ammeter built from random parts – no model number (yet 😉

Camera Used in this Video:
Sony Cyber-shot DSC-TX10 – Set to 1440×1080 (4:3, 30fps) MP4 mode. Next time will use AVCHD at 1920×1080 (16:9, 60i/50i).

Editing:
Sony Movie Studio Platinum 13.0

Music:
“Sabre Dance” – composed by Aram Khachaturian (1942)

Marine Installation Video on the Gone with the Wynn’s YouTube Channel:

https://www.gonewiththewynns.com/air-conditioning-sailboat

Micro-Air proudly designs, develops, and manufactures all of its electronic control products in the USA, since 1983.

© Micro-Air, Inc. 2018
http://www.microair.net

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