Aircommand™ Sparrow Mk4 Air Conditioner - 1.7kW Cool / 1.7kW Heat - 205mm High - 29kg
The Sparrow reverse cycle heat pump roof top air conditioner is a lightweight rooftop style unit.
A reverse cycle air conditioner has unmatched efficiency and provides one of the most economical forms of heating. The Sparrow provides both heating and cooling as well as filtered and dehumidified air.
Its lightweight design makes it suitable for a range of applications that the bigger units are unable to achieve.
FeaturesCompact dimensions make it very versatile
The refrigerator heat pump operation produces up to 70% more heat than element type units
Ultra low profile ensures less drag when towing and greater clearance under your carport or garage
Automatic de-ice setting for low ambient heating operation.
Infra-red remote control 1 year warranty.
SpecificationsModel: 039253 Camec, 100-00264 Coast to Coast, 5860001 Dometic, 5860001,Electrical rating: 240V
Best for vehicle length: up to 5m (16ft)
Nominal Compressor Capacity: 2.2kw
Cooling Capacity: 1.7kw
Heating Capacity: 1.7kw
Maximum rated current, cooling: 4.3A
Maximum rated current, heating: 3.8A
Locked rotor current: 18A
Max Airflow: 319m3/h (88L/s)
Minimum Operating Temperature: -5 degrees Celsius
Total Weight: 29kg
Suits roof opening: 360mm x 360mm *Can be fitted to 400 x 400mm opening with Adapter shown in related products.
Will operate on most premium brand inverter type generators (check with your generator supplier for compatibility)
Overall Height: 205mm
Overall Width: 560mm
Overall Length: 975mm
Inside Plenum Height: 65mm
Inside Plenum Width: 535mm
Inside Plenum Length: 555mmShipping Weight: 58.00 Kgs.Shipping Dimensions: 80 cm x 120 cm x 40 cm.
These were previously advertised as having a higher kW rating prior to the Dometic acquisition of Aircommand. Different measuring procedures now bring it into line with Dometic's measuring standards. These are the current models and exact units that may be still advertised as higher ratings elsewhere
Be aware that placing a roof top air conditioner on a Pop Top also causes the problem of making the roof heavier needing more or stronger canopy lifters or gas struts.