Originally Posted by jdorant
Good question... anybody know? Does it then make your trailer a 50 amp and not a 30 amp?
No it doesn't, I have the 15K on mine and it is 30 amp to answer the question.
If you have the option, I would get two 15K units or at least one 15K and perhaps a smaller secondary unit to back up the other. Reason I say this is because out here in So Cal. I had an occasion to go camping in our local desert. Outside temp was at least 115 degrees and the AC didn't make much of a difference. Ended up leaving early because of the heat. If the AC would have been able to keep up with the heat I would have probably stayed. I don't mind being in high temp but you need a place to be able to escape to if you so desire. TT was still upwards of 95 to 100 degrees inside.
But back to the question, I don't know if running two AC units would make it 50 amps, I don't think so as much as just not being able to start up both units at the same time. That is where the big current draw would be at start up, once the units are running the current draw goes down.
One other thing to keep in mind, running the AC limits what you can run simultaneously because once running it'll draw about 12 amps continuously. At start up, it can draw upwards of 21 amps. Just a thought FWIW.