Originally Posted by Pam
Thanks Dan. Great idea. I have been researching small portable units. I have one in my office that is terrific and very small that we will go with. I am keeping my eyes open for the smallest footprint possible.
Chuck & Pam
Here are the key specs on the 5k Frigidaire A/C unit I am using: 465 watts, 53dB on low fan, 16" x 12", 39 lbs. It also has a plastic bottom which makes it easy to put a slot in for locating and resting on the lower window frame. It also has electronic controls and can be operated by a remote control (if you can remember where you put it). I don't use mine. If anybody has found a better A/C unit, please tell me about it. Always looking to improve on a smaller footprint.
Glad you are going to put your A/C unit in the bathroom window. If your bathroom window is the same size as mine (20 x 39), then you will only be using 25% of your window area for the A/C unit. You will still have 588 sq in of window left for letting in light. This is probably still way more area than most rv windows.