Coleman-Mach 8 13,500 BTU Air Conditioner, Arctic White

Catalog Item # 69633

Weighing in at only 90 lbs., the Mach 8 is the lightest low profile unit made.

At only 8" tall it's also the lowest profile unit in the industry. Two motors means the Mach 8 delivers the same high BTUs of cooling on both high and low speeds. Offers the industry's highest air flow delivery –300 CFM—on high speed. Ultra quiet on low speed for nighttime comfort. Operates even in 125ºF desert conditions. Heat pump models efficiently cool or warm your RV using electricity instead of propane furnaces. Optional 6000 BTU electric heat element is the highest BTU resistance heater available on any RV air conditioner. Molded one-piece fiberglass base pan is strong and durable yet lightweight. Arctic White exterior shroud. Made in USA.

For the Ceiling assembly made for this unit sold separately.

A heat Strip is available for this item. If you would like to add a heat strip option to your air conditioner, you must order the heat strip separately.

There is a 3 week shipping lead time on this item.

Technical Specifications

107 lbs.

Camper's Choice Rating

Reviewer rating of 5 stars based on 1 reviews (5 Based on 1 Review)

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Coleman - Mach 8 13,500 BTU AC

by JMF – October 15, 2018
5 out of 5 stars

This is a very good choice for a 2nd AC for the front bedroom of my 5th wheel. It is very light and easily installed on the trail

The model # on your website is 47203A876. Is this the same air conditioner with one number difference? Does your air conditioner have a heat pump? Can I use it with a remote thermostat? Can I use my original sealing assembly? The motor home is ducted air.
No, they are different units. 47003A876 is a heat pump model and is listed as SKU#69667 while 47203A876(SKU#69633) is an air conditioner that only cools(except when heat strip is installed). If you have a ceiling assembly attached, yes it can be used with the Mach 8. You can read the support document here. In the happenstance a new ceiling assembly is required, you can use SKU#72563.

The Mach 8 should be compatible with your remote thermostat.
by Camping World – June 02, 2016

by Anonymous – December 30, 2015
This rooftop unit uses 14.0 oz. of R-410A refrigerant.
by Camping World – February 03, 2016
by Anonymous – November 01, 2015
No, a 2000watt generator will not operate this rooftop unit.
by Camping World – November 20, 2015

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