Truma, the leading European component supplier, is coming to North America! Across the pond, Truma is the leading supplier of heaters, hot water generators, maneuvering assistants, gas supply, and air conditioners. Now, they are introducing their Aventa rooftop RV air conditioner to the North American market.
If you plan to be at the Tampa Flordia RV SuperShow (you should, we’ll be there), then you can get the first look at Truma‘s first rooftop air conditioner exclusively for the North American market.
Our goal was to create an air conditioner that brings premium comfort and efficiency and enhances the overall experience for the end-userNick Dunning, Truma North America Business Development Manager
The Aventa Rooftop RV Air Conditioner
Like all the Truma products, the Aventa rooftop air conditioner provides high-performance and high efficiency to RVers. Utilizing German engineering, this air conditioner surrounds you with the ideal indoor comfort zone.
Some key features of these rooftop RV air conditioners include:
- Environmentally friendly, low energy consumption
- 120 volt AC power
- Cooling capacity: Aventa eco – 13,500 BTU/h; Aventa comfort – 15,000 BTU/h
- Three manual modes (low, medium, high)
- Automatic cooling mode
- Air circulation mode
- Dehumifidication mode
- Night mode
- Compatible with ducted and non-ducted systems
The Aventa was designed to achieve faster yet more energy-efficient cooling – perfect for hot summer days at your favorite RV site. In head-to-head testing, the Aventa reached the “comfort zone” – the ideal balance between temperature and relative humidity – in just 2 hours. The competitor unit? They weren’t able to reach the desired temperature and humidity within the 6 hour testing time!
This rooftop air conditioner keeps your RV’s interior temperature cooler by reducing the humidity as well as the temperature. In doing this, they are able to use a lower fan speed. This means that there is less interior and exterior noise than the traditional RV air conditioner units.
So while you’re sitting in your comfort zone, you can also enjoy the peace and quiet!
Boondockers rejoice! In addition to being ultra-quiet, the Aventa also draws less current. The system is designed to be efficient enough to work with lithium-ion systems.
Jennifer lives with her husband in a 29′ trailer in Mexico. She is one half of DashboardDrifters.com and the founder of RVSpotDrop, a web service for full-time RVers. Jennifer Jennings has been RVing for 2+ years and writing about the RV and Van Life for 2+ years. Jennifer specializes in topics such as Lifestyle, van life, campgrounds features, destination features, and product lists.
13 thoughts on “Truma Releasing New Aventa Rooftop RV Air Conditioner”
Does this new air conditioner come with a built in easy start or soft start so I would run it off a 20Amp circuit?
When I looked into these a few months back they were only available to the OEMs, at least initially. Is that still the case? I would LOVE to get rid of the three inefficient Dometic units I have now and upgrade to these.
Would be even better if it ran on 12 volts.
The Truma website states it will be only offered on new RV’s, not the aftermarket at this time. Not much use for many of us.
So, where can you get one?
Price? Availability? Dealers? Aftermarket installation?
Would like to have heard how quite it is. Hopefully; not loud like my Dometic A/C unit
What is the smallest BTUs unit you make? I have a 13 foot trillium, fiberglass camper.
We are interested in a Truma rooftop air conditioner for our Promaster Van.
How many amps does it draw, and what size roof opening is required?
Do you have current or promotional pricing?
Is there a heater in this unit?
Really? Why run an article if there are no specifics you can publish? Amps, weight price
etc? Hope this is your first (and last) RV piece
There are links to the product website you can check out for specifics.
Do they come with a heat pump????
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