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Old 08-08-2018, 06:39 AM   #1
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Replacement window specs?

I have a 2012 Dutchman 265BHS that I am looking to purchase one of the bedroom window and frames.(The solid one that hinges at the top) My aim is to mount a small window AC unit in the replacement frame that I can run off a smallish solar setup.I keep the trailer parked off grid. If I need to move the trailer, I can just pull the whole unit out and place the original window and frame back in. The problem is I cant find the factory specs on this window at all. Does anyone have a good factory size reference?
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I have a 2012 Dutchman 265BHS that I am looking to purchase one of the bedroom window and frames.(The solid one that hinges at the top) My aim is to mount a small window AC unit in the replacement frame that I can run off a smallish solar setup.I keep the trailer parked off grid. If I need to move the trailer, I can just pull the whole unit out and place the original window and frame back in. The problem is I cant find the factory specs on this window at all. Does anyone have a good factory size reference?

The window's specifications can be found on the window itself. You have to remove it and there should be a tag on the window frame.


A smallish solar setup,what do you have in mind to service this A/C?
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Smallish in the home sense.... I have property that I boon-dock on. I will have 1000 watts of panels feeding 1000aH of batteries, supplying a 4kw inverter. The system will be way overkill for a trailer, and should be able to run the roof mounted AC unit, but the batteries will last a lot longer if the cycles are not to deep.


Thanks for the info. I will pull the window this weekend!
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Smallish in the home sense.... I have property that I boon-dock on. I will have 1000 watts of panels feeding 1000aH of batteries, supplying a 4kw inverter. The system will be way overkill for a trailer, and should be able to run the roof mounted AC unit, but the batteries will last a lot longer if the cycles are not to deep.


Thanks for the info. I will pull the window this weekend!

I think you'll have enough capacity to run the A/C and maybe your neighbor's A/C too. Nice system you have.
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