The evaporator is 15 amps at 13.5 volts, half that at 27 volts, for the 35K btu unit. The condenser that matches has similar numbers. Seems a remarkably efficient unit, to me, very low draw. I have no idea how they would do that. Airflow is nice on the evaporator, 700 CFM. That's twice what my rooftop has.
Yeah, twice the airflow and about 2.5 times the BTU (assuming you're rooftop is about 14-15 BTU). One thing about the "skirt-type" condensers, they'd fit just fine in my bus; I have no bays but about a 12" skirt around the edges of my underfloor. I haven't looked to see if there's spacing between the frames for one of the condensers but the height and depth measurements would work really well. And, despite the fact that they move a lot of air, the evaporator/fan units are compact and should fit in many roof area locations. I see a lot of good from these, I'm just worried that they may be too much of a "shooting rabbits with a cannon" for what we need. But if your need lines up with them, they sure look good. (Still haven't investigated what compressor they'd need to push 35K BTU; we'll need to consider 120V/240V/engine-belt driven compressors, current draw, matching to condenser/evaporator pairs etc.)