I commented this on the video, but the only problem I could see is that if it's used in very humid conditions for an extended period of time, the unit will form a lot of condensation. The ac is designed to collect some condensation inside, and the fan flings it on the condenser coils, further cooling them down, and reducing any dripping condensation.
However, in very humid conditions, it can collect more than the coils can evaporate, and it will leak out. Also the metal of the unit itself will cool down after prolonged use, and as a result condensation will form on all the surfaces of the unit.
This isn't really a big problem, we drain our unit (there's a removable cover over a drain hole) when we're packing up, and we towel off any condensation on/around it as needed. Totally worth it to be able to camp in Florida in the summer.
Post by wisconsinjoe on Mar 3, 2020 7:19:24 GMT -8
I commented on the video to ask for a field report. Hadn't seen a response. However, I'd be worried about air flow and the unit overheating. Perhaps with the addition of small fans to keep everything moving would work. But, I sure don't want to experiment on my camper.