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You’ll be pulling about 16-17 amps through a cord that was designed for 15a.

## How many amps does my heat pump draw?

A 4 ton 13 SEER heat pump condensation unit draws a min. of 26.4 amps and a max. of 45 amps.

## How many amps does a 15000 BTU heat pump use?

A 15,000 BTU unit will draw at most 18Amps when voltage is a bit low at 110V. High Quality surge protectors will shut down below 110V. It will draw about 16 Amps when voltage is higher at 120+.

## Can RV AC run on 20 amp circuit?

A 20 amp outlet isn’t enough to power and run an RV air conditioner. RV air conditioners need a minimum of 30 amps to run, but you won’t have any power left over for anything else.

## How many amps does a 1.5 ton heat pump use?

50 Feet of 3/8″ LL x 3/4″ SL x 3/8″ Insulated Line Set

1.5 Ton 14 SEER Goodman Heat Pump | |
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Electrical | 208/240 V, 1 Phase, 60 Hz |

Max Breaker Size | 15 amps |

Min. Breaker Size | 3 amps |

Tonnage | 2 Ton |

## What size breaker do I need for my heat pump?

If you have a 4 ton condensation unit heat pump with a high SEER rating like 13, you’ll want a breaker than uses a max of 45 amps and a minimum of 26.4 amps.

## How many amps does a 3.5 ton heat pump use?

50 Feet of 3/8″ LL x 1 1/8″ SL x 3/8″ Insulated Line Set

3.5 Ton 14 SEER Goodman Heat Pump | |
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Electrical | 208/240 V, 1 Phase, 60 Hz |

Max Breaker Size | 15 amps |

Min. Breaker Size | 4 amps |

Tonnage | 3.5 Ton |

## Can you hook a 50 amp RV to a 30 amp?

Yes! With an adapter, you can plug a 50-amp RV cord into a 30-amp power pedestal at a campground. … However, note that without a 50-amp receptacle, you won’t be operating at full power, so there will likely be some limitations on how many appliances you can run at once.

## Can an RV be plug into a house outlet?

Which begs the question – can you plug your RV into your house electrical outlet? The short answer is yes, you can plug your RV into a household electric system. But there are limitations including the sorts of RV appliances you can run and the amount of time you can run an RV on household electric.

## Can I use RV AC on 15 amp?

If you use a 15 amp circuit for your AC, you run a higher risk of tripping the breaker. However, whether you use a 15 or 20 amp circuit, it’s not wise to plug any other appliances into the same outlet as your AC unit.