Re: Generators & Air Conditioners
Sorry, I am unfamiliar with the larger Airstreams. I suspect you have a 50 amp shore cable, so I doubt if two Honda EU2000i's will provide enough power to run both air conditioners at the same time. Each generator outputs 13.3 amps, so the total of the two in parallel would be 26.6 amps. Therefore, I think one air conditioner would be the limit. However, I'm sure other AirForums members who have similar model Airstreams will provide the correct answer for you.
You should be able to run the one in the living room/kitchen area during the day, and switch to the one in the bedroom at night. Or, you could run one of the air conditioners; and, at the opposite end of your Airstream, set the FantasticFan to OUT, to draw the cool air to that end. However, with only one air conditioner running, the heat load may exceed the cooling power of the single unit; and your Airstream may be uncomfortably warm.
We also have two Honda EU2000i's, but our 2005 19-foot Bambi has only one air conditioner. Plus, in the summer, we figure if we need to run the air conditioner (highest Phoenix daytime temperature has been 118 degrees, so far), we are camped in the wrong spot. In the summertime, everyone here heads for the mountains, like Flagstaff, the White Mountains, the Mogollon Rim, or the Colorado Rockies, where the daytime highs are a little over 80, and nights are in the mid-50's.