This week’s guest is Roger Krinic, an engineer with Micro-Air, who helped design the EasyStart system that starts RV air conditioners even on a limited power source, like a portable generator or inverter.
Krinic has a real knack for describing complex electrical issues in ways that make them easy to understand.
He explains how the EasyStart works and describes how the device makes it possible for RVers to enjoy air conditioning, even in boondocking situations.
The device is also helpful in starting two RV air conditioners on a 30-amp power supply.
Krinic explains the benefits of the product and whether RV owners can install it themselves, or whether they need a professional tech to complete the installation.
To allay fears about voiding air conditioner warranties, Krinic describes the extended warranty Micro-Air makes available to buyers.
The fact that Micro-Air gives people the option of buying an extended warranty for $25 should help ease fears that using the device could void the manufacturer’s warranty.
The extended warranty will replace the air conditioner if the EasyStart system causes damage to the device.
He also delves into some of the custom engineering and development services the company can provide to the RV industry.
Companies in the RV industry that are interested in learning more about Micro-air, can visit www.micro-air.com.
People interested in buying an EasyStart system or getting more information about the product, can visit www.microair.net.