Close Advertising SEARCH ON AMAZON CLICK NOW 24 HOUR ONLY SALES Can the Bluetti AC200 Solar Generator power an entire RV – air conditioning and all? Like About Share 0 views 0% 0 0 We test the new AC200 to see if it would work as a quiet alternative to a gas powered generator for boondocking. Products … From: admin99 Date: August 24, 2023 NEWS bluetti boondocking RPOD RV solar solar generator travel trailer Related videos 1 0% Quick look at the Ecoflow Delta 2 Portable Power Station 0 0% Genius Bladeless Hydro Turbine is Cheaper Than Solar 1 0% THE FUTURE LOOKS BRIGHT, REALLY BRIGHT! 1 0% Solar Generator vs Battery – Which Is Ideal? 0 0% Zendure SBV The Superbase V solar generator 1 0% DIY Solar Setup: Easy to Follow Step-by-Step Instructions 1 0% Best 1000w portable power station&Solar generator A Power! 0 0% Geneverse HomePower Pro Two Generator + 200W Solar Panels: TheGeekChurch Review! Show more related videos 36 thoughts on “Can the Bluetti AC200 Solar Generator power an entire RV – air conditioning and all?” Very easy to operate, started on the first pull.Only wish a wheel kit was available as an option to add with this model choice. But, not a deal breaker as you can see with this improvised addition. Reply does the air conditioner have a soft start or hard start? Reply Will this work with my AC which is 13500 btu? Reply Does it work with your hot water heater? Reply so what that it can run? but it last 1h on all stuff u use so yahhh Reply Can you run a generator overnight? Reply Very nice video. Thank you. Planning on getting a T@B 400 which sports a 8000 BTU A/c which draws 800 W. With this Bluetti and 680 solar panels I'll be sitting Pretty cool. Reply How long will it run? Reply Is there a way to have everything inside the rv using a shore power splitter or something? Reply How many hrs run with out sun with a/c on all night Reply Just never heard of the brand but it keeps popping up in my search for a solar generator! Reply As long as you have sun this is reasonable but once you get into night the real challenge shows up. Even starting the dark at 100% and not running your AC (200w draw continuous) you will end up with only about 8hr of runtime. I love my AC200P (and AC300’s/B300’s) but the ability to sustain is limited to sunny days only. Reply Do you think this is good if I'm going to full time in a converted cargo trailer?? Reply Will the Bluetti AC 200MAX solar gen. have enough start-up power to run the Dometic RTX 2000 … I know the running time is limited but will it run .. Reply I have been wating for someone to address this very issue.couple questions.Do i need to isolate the charging/battery system to make these useful. I have an air conditioner that runs on household voltage is this an issue. And third is brand very important with these products.I have a 20 foot wildwood that i would like the option of running the air and a couple wall plugs now and again. Reply Thanks for the video ….. this is the way to go … way better than the complicated solar battery setup with inverters ,,, plus I think you can monitor it from your iphone ,,,😃 Reply Do you have a soft start on this? I tried this on my 13500BTU air conditioner and it just shut off. Reply @The Prepared Ranch is there a way to add another battery stock to ap200 or rigged way? I can afford the ap200max at this time but can afford the ap200 but I just realized tou can't stack batteries? Reply Great demo. I see I need to get more panels – my 2x200W aren't going to cut it, especially to be able to have power all night. You need at least 2000W worth of PV, and additional battery capacity. What's the seer rating on your A/C in the RV? Reply TIP, You can steplessly dim down an under-table bulge and all other hungry electricity consumers with a 5000W dimmer (7, EUR). I run 5 dimmers in parallel on an 850W inverter. Kettle 2.2KW at 150W runs 12 hours a day, so the water is always hot. The room is also nicely heated. 2.5KW washing machine runs in parallel with dimmed to 200…400W. Iron, dishwasher, oven, electric heater, coffee machine, all internal heating are throttled with me. Videos about it on my channel https://youtu.be/eC2olbCBhh0 The inverter stays cool, quiet and the MOSFETs remain intact because extreme current peaks no longer arrive at the inverter. Now every Mini PV Inverter is enough to sell large devices… Reply Good video, how many btu is your AC?. Reply real good video, Mr 'Ranch. I too just got my new 200p but having a hard time cooking burgers on the built in grill on top of it! Just kidding, I know it's for making pancakes. Reply Thank you for making this video! I own the AC200P, I also am about to purchase a camping trailer. And this gives a perfect understanding of what this thing can do. Reply Get the dc to ac converter and add 4 to 5 more panels. Hard part with these systems is keeping anything with a constant power draw over 150watts running all night. Upgraded to a ac300 because i run 2 high end gaming pcs on that circuit and so impressed with the 300. i plan to replace the upstairs ac200p with a ac300 and at least 6kwh on hand. Basement will have 12kwh on hand by the end of this. With ac 300 you can improve solar to 2400 watts per unit. Two ac300 will run a home and can be split phased to 240volt. Maxoak is great and i think they are the leader in the solar battery bank market. Jackery and the others do not come close to what bluetti offers. As for portable i would go with the ac200Max that way if you run into nights where you run out of juice you can always grab another 2000wh or 3000wh battery to expand that pack.Once i get the 2nd ac300 the ac200p i have will become portable power for camping and working out in the boonies. Reply Will running for a few hours Reply Can you put gas in this generator too for when no sunlight is available Reply Nearly Entirely Off Grid Reply Good deal Reply This is the most informative video I've seen on YouTube so far for folks like us who have a 30 Amp rv and I also have a Bluetti AC 200P. Thanks for sharing. Reply Would love to get some extension cables for my solar panels to the main unit. Where did you find them? Reply Nice, but you have not stated what the startup amperage draw is on your AC unit. MY AC200Max is a 2200 Watt device but will not run my AC in the 27' travel trailer. I have been unable to find specs on my AC unit, but clearly the amperage draw is higher than the output on the AC200Max. It faults every time, so I can't use it for AC in the trailer. Runs everything else very well. Do your research people, or you'll e disappointed about what the unit you buy can actually run. Lesson learned. In reality, I couldn't afford a bigger solar rig, so the AC200Max will have to do. Reply Thanks for making this video! "You are the wind beneath my wings." Nobody else comes close to actually shows this in real time or explains what you need to keep it running. I hope Bluetti contacted you to let you know what a fine job you did. I ordered the AC200P this week. I am still trying to come up with a place to store it out of the weather and keep the 30 amp cord extended to it from the inside. Maybe cable hatch in the floor? Reply How would this thing handle a 50amp setup? Reply Great real world test! Thanks for doing it! I do wonder how it would have done if the RV wasn't under the shade though. Have you used this set up out in a campground since making this video? Reply Except for the fact that the ac hasn’t been running! Reply It's been 1 year, how is your setup, still running? Curious about the build quality over time, thanks for this! Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.