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Atwood Air Command Rooftop RV Air Conditioner - 11.3 Amps - 13,500 Btu - Ducted - White

Atwood Air Command Rooftop RV Air Conditioner - 11.3 Amps - 13,500 Btu - Ducted - White

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Is this right For you? Product Expert Kathleen M says:

Yes, if you:

  • Prefer simple, straightforward electronics that are easy to install
  • Are a light sleeper and need an AC that won’t wake you up when it kicks on in the night
  • Have a lighter colored RV and want the AC on your roof to match

No, if you:

  • Travel to places that have cool nights and you need an option for heat without using your furnace or a space heater
  • Camp in VERY hot or humid areas and would be better off with the highest cooling power output (Btus)
  • Have a ductless RV setup
This ducted RV air conditioner cools quickly at 360 cubic feet per minute. The airflow generates less turbulence and noise than similar models. Low amp draw allows you to run other appliances. Includes wall-mount thermostat, remote, and vent. Lowest Prices for the best rv air conditioners from Atwood. Atwood Air Command Rooftop RV Air Conditioner - 11.3 Amps - 13,500 Btu - Ducted - White part number AT15027-22 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service.
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Atwood RV Air Conditioners - AT15027-22

  • Complete AC System
  • 13500 Btu
  • Cool Only
  • White
  • Atwood
  • 11.3 Amps
  • High Profile

This ducted RV air conditioner cools quickly at 360 cubic feet per minute. The airflow generates less turbulence and noise than similar models. Low amp draw allows you to run other appliances. Includes wall-mount thermostat, remote, and vent.


Features:

  • High-output rooftop air conditioner cools quickly and efficiently while using less power than similar models
    • Low amp draw lets you run other appliances simultaneously
  • V-flow airstream blows out to the sides instead of straight down in one spot
    • More effective air circulation
    • Less turbulence and noise
  • Dual motor runs the condenser fan and blower fan separately
    • Still generates cold air on low blower setting
  • Internal thermostat automatically switches between fan and compressor
  • Wall-mount thermostat digitally displays your set temperature
    • Setting range: 60 F - 85 F
  • Wireless remote control lets you conveniently change settings
  • Control settings are on both thermostat and remote
    • On/off button
    • Up and down arrows let you adjust the set temperature
    • Fan button allows you to switch between low, medium, high, and auto settings
    • Mode button lets you switch between cool, dry, and fan
    • Sleep button helps to save energy overnight
    • Timer can be set to turn unit on or off up to 24 hours in advance
    • Lock function will keep the thermostat from automatically cycling to the fan
  • White hardshell shroud protects rooftop unit
  • White ceiling vent, wall-mount thermostat, and wireless remote are included
  • CSA certified
  • Made in the USA


Specs:

  • Application: RV with a duct system
  • Operating temperature range: 45 F - 159 F
  • Cooling capacity: 13,500 Btu per hour
  • Air output: 360 CFM
  • Air conditioner dimensions: 39" long x 26-1/2" wide x 14-1/2" tall
  • Weight: 84 lbs
  • Roof opening size: 14-1/2" long x 14-1/2" wide
  • Noise level: 55 dB - 66 dB
  • Amperage: 11 amps
  • Electrical rating: 115V, 60Hz
  • 2-Year limited warranty


15027 Dometic Atwood Air Command Rooftop RV Air Conditioner - 11.3 Amps - 13,500 Btu - Ducted - White

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Customer Reviews

Atwood Air Command Rooftop RV Air Conditioner - 11.3 Amps - 13,500 Btu - Ducted - White - AT15027-22

Average Customer Rating:  4.1 out of 5 stars   (54 Customer Reviews)

This ducted RV air conditioner cools quickly at 360 cubic feet per minute. The airflow generates less turbulence and noise than similar models. Low amp draw allows you to run other appliances. Includes wall-mount thermostat, remote, and vent.

- AT15027-22
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Air5 conditioner works great! Better than double the airflow now with the Atwood added to the original Duo Therm. Had a problem with the shipping though. UPS decided to try and bounce the package a few times and broke the shroud. Fortunately after sending pictures of the damage Samantha H quickly sent a replacement shroud which UPS handled with kid gloves.



- AT15027-22
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it could have been packed better . the cover came loose from the bottom half. would be better with a one peace cover. havent installed it yet



- AT15027-22
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We shopped around for the best deal we could find on a replacement A/C unit for our camper/office and etrailer was the winner by a long shot. It got to us in just a couple of days, installation was quick and easy and we were nice and comfortable in just a few hours after receiving it. Thanks etrailer, you guys are doing it right !



- AT15027-22
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I really enjoyed working with etrailer, everyone that I talked to was very helpful. The A/C I ordered was shipped very fast. I will do business with them again.


Comments
I sold the trailer but unit was working very well.
Richard B - 03/20/2020



- AT15027-22
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Works good when we need it. Good replac ement


Comments
Just fine
Jim S - 07/12/2021


- AT15027-22
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Doing business with honor. Fit exactly as needed



- AT15027-22
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Works geat, easy install.



- AT15027-22
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- AT15028-22
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Review from a similar Air Command RV AC in RV Air Conditioners


Ordered an Atwood air command heat pump and it was damaged. The customer service with etrailer is great. I will remain a customer due to their help with ordering and shipping issues.



- AT15028-22
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Review from a similar Air Command RV AC in RV Air Conditioners


Damaged during shipping not once but twice! The box looked like it had been dropped and run over. So far the damage seems to be contained to the cover. I decided to keep it and repair the damage myself. Customer service with etrailer was great. This was not their fault but that of the shipping company.



- AT15028-22
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Review from a similar Air Command RV AC in RV Air Conditioners


I think you need to package heavy and expensive items with foam protection. What were you thinking. Even a small cheap appliance from China comes with thick foam protection around it. Well I was going to submit pictures showing you just how sloppy it was, but wouldn't you know it? The hyperlink to upload photos doesn't work either. Somehow. I am not surprised. Sincerely, super disappointed.


Comments
I will have our Customer Service team reach out to you.
-- Etrailer Expert Jenny N - 05/02/2022


- AT15028-22
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Review from a similar Air Command RV AC in RV Air Conditioners


I am on my second AC unit from etrailer. The first came in with some damage on the cover and the condenser portion of the box ripped open ( which looked like it may have fallen out of the box at some point). Sent the first unit back. Received the second unit and it had a strange etrailer box overpack, with a lot of tape. The second unit cover was cracked in four locations and the front two cover screws were ripped out of the cover. The back frame and corners were bent with two of the condenser protective screen screws penetrating 3/8”into the condenser grill. A new cover is required but I am unsure of the other components as this has also seen rough handling. At this time, I am leaning toward returning both boxes and getting a refund. Though I considered returning the second unit based on the significant damaged shroud/cover, I took the advice of your representative Jesse M. and inspected the second unit received. The significant damage was to the shroud/cover and not to the unit itself. The shroud/cover actually protects the unit from damage during shipping. I requested and Jesse M. followed up and sent a replacement shroud/cover. I installed the unit and new shroud/cover and they are working extremely well. Greatly appreciate etrailer's guidance and support.


Comments
Customer Service will reach out to you.
-- Etrailer Expert Sierra K - 06/10/2022


- AT15033-22
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Review from a similar Air Command RV AC in RV Air Conditioners


Went RV camping with this heat pump this past week for 4 nights. Noise level is less than half of unit this replaced The 15k and increased air flow is wonderful. So nice not to have to worry about running a gas or table top electric heater Used heat and AC give them 5 stars each Had to run new12v to unit Already had a thermostat wire in roof and wall so cut ends off supplied new wire and spliced ends on to old cable


Comments
Pros: quiet,cools 5 stars cons as it says in add it will not heat below a certain temp that is because there is no defrost cycle so as a heater 2 stars
G-Man - 10/23/2020


- AT15028-22
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Review from a similar Air Command RV AC in RV Air Conditioners


the ac/heat pump system was delivered by the brown truck company with shipping damage. Waiting for the replacement hard cover/shroud to be shipped by etrailer - which won’t happen for a few weeks. Installation and review of the system performance will have to wait until the shroud is recievef


Comments
I will have our Customer Service team reach out to you.
-- Etrailer Expert Jenny N - 05/20/2022


- AT15028-22
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Review from a similar Air Command RV AC in RV Air Conditioners


I love this a/c. After getting off to the wrong start of looking too many times of when it was going to arrive and getting way to many conflicting dates. This A/C unit showed up when they said it would when I ordered it. This unit was so simple to install that I could not believe it. From removing the old unit and installing the new unit, plus fishing the stat wire. My son and I did the whole thing in less than 2 hrs. The RV was cooled down to 75* in about 2 1/2 hrs after we finished. That was from 90* to 75*. We are loving it. Thanks etrailer



- AT15028-22
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Review from a similar Air Command RV AC in RV Air Conditioners


The customer service of this company was the best we have ever experienced with a business. We ordered a cooling/heating unit & there was a problem with the handling by the shipper. Our contact, Lori was immediately on top of the situation. She addressed the problem & did everything to guarantee that we were completely happy with a new unit. This was the 2nd time that we have used e trailer & will definitely shop with them in the future.



- AT15033-22
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Review from a similar Air Command RV AC in RV Air Conditioners


Have been very pleased with etrailer quality of items so far. For this one I'm hoping for the best, appears UPS rolled my new AC unit along the route. The box was decimated and taped & retaped. Finally, it was placed at the delivery point on its end. Damage is primarily cosmetic so far first appearances, awaiting tech to install soon. Will see


Comments
Thank you for letting us know! I will have our customer service team reach out to you.
-- Etrailer Expert Jenny N - 07/14/2022


- AT15033-22
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Review from a similar Air Command RV AC in RV Air Conditioners


Great customer service, fast shipping, price was the cheapest around but was not impressed when my package came completely tore up. Only A/C that I received not in some sort of crate.


Comments
Thank you for bringing this to our attention. I will let our shipping department know and have our customer service department reach out to you.
-- Etrailer Expert Jenny N - 07/15/2022


- AT15033-22
by:

Review from a similar Air Command RV AC in RV Air Conditioners


These heat pumps work very well



- AT15028
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Review from a similar Air Command RV AC in RV Air Conditioners


I have two A/C units in the camper, I compared the original Colman Mac AC unit (2015) that is installed to the Air command that I replaced the other Coleman mac with, was looking for quieter unit that works well, as promised it is much quieter, Coleman Mac was at 84db, this air command showed 68db (taken with a free DB app on phone) at highest output level in ducted position. I also tested temperature with a IR gun. measured inside duct at closest point to units, Coleman Mac showed 58 degrees, air command showed 52 degrees. So I achieved my goal, quieter with the bonus of cooler. I will be replacing the other old unit with a air command. As I was changing units over I also decided to go with the units with the heat pump, so now I have a fireplace, heat pump (soon to have two) and standard furnace as choices to heat the camper. I also took the advise of mounting the new thermostat directly onto the units grill on the ceiling (online video), in this manner I did not have to run wires for new thermostat and as heat rises the sensor is in a very good position as its at the hottest point of the interior. Installation is super easy and you can do it yourself. YES even with a 84 pound unit. Wiring is simple AC - three standard wires DC - negative and positive Thermostat is plug and play Removal of unit is four bolts and very straight forward, just remove the ceiling cover (called a plenum) Phillips screws. two get the unit onto the roof by myself I took a 28ft ladder and put it at a angle and I tied a rope around the box and simply pulled it up to the roof (reverse to lower old unit). Would have been nice to have a spotter around the ladder to keep box straight but I was able to do it alone as I took my time.



- AT15033-22
by:

Review from a similar Air Command RV AC in RV Air Conditioners


I personal think A/C's do not need to be sent UPS ground.



- AT15033-22
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Review from a similar Air Command RV AC in RV Air Conditioners


A year ago, I replaced the 10 yr old Carrier AC on our 30' Carriage fifth wheel with the Atwood Air Command Heat Pump. What a great decision! The new unit was surprisingly easy to install and wire myself without any issues. The hardest part of the job may be getting the unit on the roof. Fortunately, I have a friend with a forklift. The Air Command works flawlessly, cooling the camper to 72 degrees, even during our hot and humid coastal North Carolina summer. The heat pump is also a great option for saving propane, down to about 45-50 degrees. You will still need your furnace for really cold weather, but as the day warms up, with the push of a button, you can conveniently switch back to the heat pump. I am confident the Atwood Air Command will serve us well for many years- assuming of course, that I can avoid low-hanging tree branches!



- AT15025-21
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Review from a similar Air Command RV AC in RV Air Conditioners


The folks at etrailer make it easy to order. They are informative and helpful and return phone calls promptly (thanks Heidi M). This is a big part of the buying process. As far as the product goes, it is absolutely the quietest AC I have experienced in a RV while operating on low. Quiet is why we purchased this particular unit, as our other unit which was only a year old was just to loud (approximately 70 dB on low). This unit cools our rig quickly and efficiently. The only part I question about the unit is the air return which is nothing but thin flexible Styrofoam. Not a dense Styrofoam in a plastic enclosure, or vice-versa. It is thin enough that light from the sun can transmit through it. The AC shroud does cover the Styrofoam, and time will tell whether it is durable enough to last through the elements. I did notice that the Styrofoam does squeak when going down a bumpy road and can be heard in our rig. That is disappointing.



- AT15033-22
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Review from a similar Air Command RV AC in RV Air Conditioners


I would like to give this product 5 stars but 4.5 will have to do. What I like: 1-QUIET! this thing is 40dB+ more quiet than my previous unit. 2-COOL it keeps my 27' Jayco down to below 72 when its 99+ out. 3-AUTO altho the info doesn't cover it, the thermostat has a auto mode that switches between heat and cool depending on the temp set point. 4-HEAT it also keeps the camper warm (I keep it set to 75) AS LONG AS the temp outside is 45 or above, below that it turns on your gas furnace. What I don't like: 1-In heat mode the fan cycles on for 5secs every 90secs very annoying! 2-When in cool mode fan runs continuous on low even if the condenser isn't running. But all-in-all it was well worth the purchase. Thank you Atwood and eTrailer!



- AT15033-22
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Review from a similar Air Command RV AC in RV Air Conditioners


Easy install and works great


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