Ever wonder about a teardrop trailer air conditioner? You guessed it—it’s been done.
If you’re in a humid area and want to go camping you will probably find yourself really wanting an air conditioner that can cool and dehumidify the air.
The simplest choice is a small window unit that you can pick up for around $80 to $100 new. You’re looking for 5,000 BTU or less.
To run it you’ll either need to be hooked up to a
campground or provide yourself with a 500 Watt generator. From my
research I’ve found that the Honda Eu2000i Watt generator is a great
choice because it’s very quiet and can power an air conditioning unit
for almost 4 hours on one tank of gas.
Another generator to consider is the Yamaha EF2000iS. (Link opens in new window to Amazon).
Common Problems and Warnings
May 27, 2010 (http://www.kuffelcreek.com/teardrop_a_c.htm)
External Links To People Who've Done ItBelow are some external links that I found on the web of people who have installed air conditioners in their teardrop trailers. You’ll find pictures and more helpful information within. All links will open in a new window. Enjoy!