The low-profile design is touted for reducing wind resistance, while offering a sleek element. The device fits all standard fits standard 14-inch roof vents, and works with either air box or ducted installations.
Power and Control
The Penguin heat pump runs on electricity--115 volts of power--instead of relying on LP, which can get costly, and provides 13,500 BTUs of heating and cooling. You can use the wall controls with duo-therm analog control center or comfort control center, depending on the RV manufacturer's application.
The cooling capacity for the Penguin heat pump is 13,500 kilowatts, while the fan speed is 3.1 or 3.3 kilowatts. The product weighs in between 99 and 104 lbs. The blower cycles automatically in both heating and cooling modes, from 40 degrees Fahrenheit and up.
The Penguin heat pump allows you to more thoroughly enjoy your RV travels--any time of year--by heating and cooling from a single unit.