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Dometic Aircommand Cormorant Mk 2 Reverse Cycle Roof Top Air Conditioner

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Dometic Aircommand Cormorant Mk2 Reverse Cycle Roof Top Air Conditioner, 3 Year Warranty

Dometic Aircommand Cormorant Mk 2 Reverse Cycle Roof Top Air Conditioner
  • "Easy to install"

    Review by Jeffrey Barton , Thurgoona NSW (Posted on 8 Aug 2019) Read more
    Quality
    /5
    Value
    /5
    Price
    /5

    Product Review

    This was a quality product from delivery to enjoyment. I installed myself as a qualified sparky and the install description was easy to follow. I installed this in a 1970s van and required some mods but it works perfectly. Highly recommend.

    Shopping Experience

    Was very easy to carry out the purchase.

    Recommend To A Friend?

    yes
    (Posted on 8 Aug 2019) Read more
  • "Easy to install fitted existing hole perfectly, working great"

    Review by peter moore , riverstone nsw (Posted on 1 Apr 2019) Read more
    Quality
    /5
    Value
    /5
    Price
    /5

    Product Review

    this unit was easy to install and most of all working great
    cools van down quick

    Shopping Experience

    product came in a few weeks as low stock but emails from my gen all the way as to what was happening

    Recommend To A Friend?

    yes
    (Posted on 1 Apr 2019) Read more
  • "Great Product "

    Review by Nicole , Coral Cove Queensland (Posted on 5 Mar 2019) Read more
    Quality
    /5
    Value
    /5
    Price
    /5

    Product Review

    Easy To install and cools our 25ft van down with ease.

    Shopping Experience

    Super fast shipping and delivery

    Recommend To A Friend?

    yes
    (Posted on 5 Mar 2019) Read more
  • "Excellent product."

    Review by Jeanette Grother , MOUNT LARCOM QLD (Posted on 7 Jan 2019) Read more
    Quality
    /5
    Value
    /5
    Price
    /5

    Product Review

    The product is excellent.

    Shopping Experience

    Unfortunately it took almost three weeks to be delivered.

    Recommend To A Friend?

    yes
    (Posted on 7 Jan 2019) Read more
  • "Excellent "

    Review by Grant waite , Lowmead queensland (Posted on 12 Dec 2018) Read more
    Quality
    /5
    Value
    /5
    Price
    /5

    Product Review

    Easy to install fitted existing hole perfectly.

    Shopping Experience

    Arrived within days.

    Recommend To A Friend?

    yes
    (Posted on 12 Dec 2018) Read more

Product Description

Dometic Aircommand Cormorant Mk2 Roof Top Air Conditioner: A high capacity and affordable reverse-cycle roof top air conditioner that really packs a punch. 

Aircommand have created the Cormorant for the Australian Market. It is an affordable, reverse cycle, roof top air conditioner that is packed full of features. Designed for heating and cooling recreational vehicles up to 7 metres in external length.

The Cormorant is a high capacity, reverse cycle roof-top air conditioner. It features electronic defrost and three blower speeds, easily controlled via remote control.

Being a reverse cycle air conditioner means the Cormorant has high efficiency and provides one of the most economical forms of heating with a low ambient operating feature.

Key Coromorant Features:

  • Very high capacity for a caravan air conditioner
  • Boasts fully functional remote controls
  • Reverse cycle is highly efficient and provides one of the most economical forms of heating
  • Flip-down electronic LED control panel
  • Will operate on most premium brand inverter type generators (check with generator supplier)
  • Fitted with built in compressor protection against intermittent power supply
  • Designed to dehumidify the air
 

Installation Comments:

Fitting and Install instructions come with the unit, but it is advised a qualified installer (electrical contractor) undertakes the installation.

In some cases, (depending on the make, model and age of your recreational vehicle), additional frame/framing may be required to support the air-conditioner. 

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Air Command Cormorant Manual

 

Generators to Run Your Caravan Air Conditioner

Specifications

Short Description

Dometic Aircommand Cormorant Mk2 Reverse Cycle Roof Top Air Conditioner, 3 Year Warranty

SKU CORMORANT-ADB-KIT
Brands Dometic
Best for Vehicle Length Up to 7.0m
Electrical Rating (single phase) 240 Volts
Nominal (compressor capacity) 3.5kw
Cooling Capacity (ISO5151) 2.8 kW
Heating Capacity 2.6 kW
Current Draw (Cooling/Heating) 5.5 A / 5.4 A
Operating Temperature Range -5°C Minimum
Airflow (high fan) 558 m³/h
Dimensions (WxHxL mm) External: 670 x 360 x 985 | Internal: 527 x 64 x 550
Roof opening (W x D mm) 360 x 360
Roof thickness (mm) 25 - 85
Net Weight (kg) 40.0 Kg
Number of blower speeds 3
Remote control Yes
Functions Flip-down electronic LED control panel, The Cormorant is dependable, year after year, which is why it’s used on Melbourne Trams and other transport vehicles
Manufacturers Warranty 3 years
NOTE Will operate on most premium brand inverter type generators (check with your generator supplier for compatibility)
Installation Fitting and Install instructions come with the unit, but it is advised a qualified installer (electrical contractor) undertakes the installation.

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Customer Reviews

Easy to install Review by Jeffrey Barton , Thurgoona NSW
Quality
Value
Price

Product Review

This was a quality product from delivery to enjoyment. I installed myself as a qualified sparky and the install description was easy to follow. I installed this in a 1970s van and required some mods but it works perfectly. Highly recommend.

Shopping Experience

Was very easy to carry out the purchase.
Recommend this product to a friend? yes
(Posted on 8 Aug 2019)
Easy to install fitted existing hole perfectly, working great Review by peter moore , riverstone nsw
Quality
Value
Price

Product Review

this unit was easy to install and most of all working great
cools van down quick

Shopping Experience

product came in a few weeks as low stock but emails from my gen all the way as to what was happening
Recommend this product to a friend? yes
(Posted on 1 Apr 2019)
Great Product Review by Nicole , Coral Cove Queensland
Quality
Value
Price

Product Review

Easy To install and cools our 25ft van down with ease.

Shopping Experience

Super fast shipping and delivery
Recommend this product to a friend? yes
(Posted on 5 Mar 2019)
Excellent product. Review by Jeanette Grother , MOUNT LARCOM QLD
Quality
Value
Price

Product Review

The product is excellent.

Shopping Experience

Unfortunately it took almost three weeks to be delivered.
Recommend this product to a friend? yes
(Posted on 7 Jan 2019)
Excellent Review by Grant waite , Lowmead queensland
Quality
Value
Price

Product Review

Easy to install fitted existing hole perfectly.

Shopping Experience

Arrived within days.
Recommend this product to a friend? yes
(Posted on 12 Dec 2018)
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  • Q:Which generator should I be using for this Air Con unit? Can I use a Yamaha 2000w or do I need a Yamaha 2400w?
    A:

    Hi - the technical departments of the air conditioning brands will typically recommend a 2400w or 2800w inverter generator for most models. In our experience, the Yamaha EF2400iS is the best generator model to run caravan air-conditioners. It has the capacity to handle the startup power requirements when the A/C compressor kicks in.

    Some people will use a 2000w generator for smaller air-conditioner models, but it is worth noting that any generator's capacity is reduced as ambient temperature gets higher (often when you most need an A/C) and when the extension leads get beyond 3-4 metres. This is often when you need more than 2000 watts. So again, we would recommend the Yamaha EF2400iS to run most caravan air-conditioners, or the Yamaha EF2800i if you need a bit more power.  

    The last thing worth noting is that Dometic have recently released (as at Jun 2016) a new model of Air Conditioner called the Dometic Harrier Inverter Rooftop Air Conditioner – it’s the first model to use an inverter compressor in a Caravan Air Con application, which significantly reduces start up requirement. The Harrier model will comfortably start and run from a 2000w generator. This new A/C model may be worth considering if it fits your van and your requirements.

     

  • Q:What is the difference between ‘reverse cycle’ caravan air conditioners and ‘heating element’ caravan air conditioners?
    A:

    Hi, great question. These descriptions relate to how the heating/cooling works in air conditioners. ‘Heat Exchange’ units use heat exchange to cool and an electrical heat element to warm. It’s not the most efficient heating method, but it works no matter how cold it is outside.


    Reverse cycle units are the more common type and they use a compressor whether heating or cooling. This is more efficient method but for some models can be an issue when there’s ice in the outside air.

    There are more Reverse Cycle models available and it is the most popular type of RV air conditioner – customers that opt for Heating Element style air conditioners typically plan to spend long periods in cold temperatures.

  • Q:With air conditioner ratings, why are some specifications for the same model different between suppliers and information sources relating to things like cooling capacity?
    A:

    Hi, good question. With ratings such as cooling capacity, two different numbers can both be correct – they can just relate to different requirements and conditions.

    Often cooling capacity figures displayed for the product are from the electrical rating conditions. The other main method of testing ratings of air conditioners is to ISO5151 standard – this method is under standardised controlled conditions and allows more direct comparison between models.

  • Q:Looking at a roof top caravan air conditioner - What are the noise ratings (dBA)? And which is the quietest?
    A:

    Unfortunately caravan air conditioner manufacturers don’t provide dBA ratings with their unit specifications, which is a pity because it is a hot topic among caravan enthusiasts.  

    All of the models we stock are premium brands and we have had no feedback from customers that the noise of their caravan air conditioner model purchased from us is too loud, or keeping them awake/disturbing them during the air con operation.

    Referring to specific models, a couple of the more popular caravan air conditioner options are:

    • The Harrier Inverter Air Conditioner has a variable speed inverter compressor, making its operation very quiet for its size (its designed for vehicles up 7.5 metres in length). 
    • The Dometic Aircommand Ibis MK3 model (designed for vehicles up to 6.5 metres in length) has improved its high speed fan operation from previous models, also making it a very quiet roof top caravan air conditioner.
    • The latest release from Dometic; The Dometic Aircommand MK4 model (designed for vehicles up to 7 metres in length) features a new-generation compressor with inverter technology which ensures that vibration is minimised, creating a more pleasant environment. In addition to this, the quiet environment that the Ibis 3 achieved has been replicated. Both of these features make it one of the quiestest air conditioners in the market.
  • Q:I have a B3200 with ducting as well as straight down. What would be the best unit to replace it with?
    A:

    Hi Kevin, we have the Dometic BR342 Reverse Cycle Roof Top Air Conditioner in stock, so if you wanted to replace like for like, then that can be done. In terms of other options to fit the same roof opening (360 x 360mm) and to suit a vehicle length up to around 7 metres, then I would suggest you consider the following:

    Dometic Harrier Inverter Rooftop Air Conditioner - this was released in 2016 and is the first caravan air conditioner to incorporate inverter technology which makes it very energy efficient and quiet. 

    Air Command Cormorant Reverse Cycle Roof Top Air Conditioner - a tough model designed for Australian conditions and provides strong cooling/heating and power for your buck. 

    Overall, if you are looking at replacing your existing model with a newer, more up-to-date and energy efficient model, then I would recommend the Dometic Harrier Inverter unit. Thanks. 

  • Q:Will the Cromtech 2400w Inverter Generator handle the start up surge on this aircon unit?
    A:

    Hi - short answer is yes. The technical departments of RV air conditioning manufacturers (e.g. Dometic, Air Command, Truma etc.) will typically recommend a 2400w or 2800w inverter generator for most RV aircon models.

    In our experience, the Yamaha EF2400iS or Cromtech 2400w Inverter Generator are the best generator models to run caravan air-conditioners. These models have the capacity to handle the startup power requirements when the Aircon compressor kicks in.

    Of course there are other inverter generator models (slightly bigger or smaller) that customers do use to run their Caravan/Motorhome Air Conditioner - some 2000 - 2200w  or  2800 - 3000w generator models. It can depend on the particular setup of the van... However, as mentioned, the most popular models are the Yamaha 2400w or Cromtech 2400w and this is what we would recommend for an RV Aircon also. 

  • Q:Hi there, can you recommend anyone who would install this in a horse float for me? - Ipswich, QLD area. Many thanks, Jenean
    A:

    Hi Jenean, any local electrician or electrical contractor can undertake the install.

    Fitting and installing a rooftop Air Conditioner in a Recreational Vehicle is a very simple task for a qualified electrical contractor. 

    If you are still needing help finding someone, you can always contact the manufacturer (Dometic) directly on:  1800 21 21 21  and ask for an associated RV Air-conditioning specialist in your region. Many thanks 

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