While most modern central air systems DONT require much power you should be careful that the generator that you use puts out a clean 60hz sine wave or at least modifed sine wave. Basically you should use a generator that is safe to run a computer on. Other than that a residential unit should draw less than 15amps on start and 1500w+/_ so I would say figure for 2000w to be safe
To answer this question the voltage and amperage of the unit must be stated. Once this is given the generator size can be calculated.
Well all generators with a few exceptions produce 120 volts. What will determine if a generator will run your air conditioner is the number of watts the generator will put out. You need to learn the wattage needed by the air conditioner and also learn the max watts put out by the generator you have (Assuming you have one already) it the generator produces more watts that needed by the AC unit you are good to go. Not on the other hand if the generator you have dose not produce enough watts or you do not have one then it is a matter of buying a generator with the wattage required by the AC unit in your camper. Now if you are going to buy one I would also determine what else you would like to run from the generator (in addition to the air conditioner. Figure out the watts need by these items add them together with the watts needed by the AC unit. Then buy a generator big enough for your needs.
The cost to run a portable air conditioning unit depends on a few factors. For example, the quality of the unit, how long the unit runs for and the temperature at which it is set to run.
Yes but some details must be right. The generator must produce the power at the right voltage for the appliances, and it also must be capable of supplying enough power for the appliances.
why does the fan still run on the unit after it cycles is over. but it is blowing hot air not cold
dry air removes moisture better
That is a physical change - at least the pump is (air in, air out, with no chemical change). The energy required to run the pump probably will come from a chemical reaction though: an electric generator burning fuel to run the generator or food being digested and converted to energy in the muscles if it is a person powering it
we should use highly heat energy absorbing bodies like black bodies to absorb the heat energy...this energy is provided to water and water will be converted into steam which will run the generator
Its 'a' generator ! And no, a generator still needs fuel to run