Dometic Boat Air Conditioner 205562300 | Vector Turbo 8000 BTU 220V

Boat part number 1093414 is a new air conditioner from Dometic, part number 205562300 .
made for Custom Applications
Sale Price $1,620.00 Regular Price: $1,800.00
GLS Stock #: 1093414-GA460
Only 2 left
Boat part number 1093414 is a new air conditioner from Dometic, part number 205562300 .

This Vector Turbo air conditioner unit is powerful, quiet, and compact. It features a rust resistant drain pan with a small footprint for installation flexibility.

Note: This unit does not include control panel or remote

Features per manufacturer:
  • Up to 27 % more energy efficient
  • Up to 21% increased cooling capacity
  • Compact design uses less space
  • Rust resistant composite drain pan
  • Up to 85% less standing water in the drain pan
  • Vibration-isolation mounts reduce noise and vibration
  • Engineered to maximize the performance of R-410A refrigerant
  • Designed from the inside out with multiple patented innovations
  • Cap Btu: 8000
  • Voltage: 220-240/50
  • PH: 1
  • Maxe Fuse: 10
  • Min Fuse: 7
  • FLA Cool:: 3.2
  • FLA Heat: 4.1
  • Boat Manufacturer: Unavailable
  • Part Number: 2580290
  • Part Manufacturer: Dometic
  • Part Number: 205562300
  • Color: Black
  • Overall Dimensions: 11 3/4" H x 17 3/4" L x 10 1/4" W

Sold as seen in pictures. Customers please note every computer shows colors differently. All measurements are approximate.

Instruction / installation manual not included.

Hardware not included.

Product Questions

Will this unit run at 60htz. Also will my existing smx2 thermostat work with this
Question by: James DiMarco on Jul 29, 2023, 1:18 PM
Hello James,

Sorry, but this is 50hz, and as far as we know, they won't covert. You could however, check with Dometic to be sure. Unforunately, we don't know what specific thermostats work with it.

Answer by: Admin on Jul 30, 2023, 10:00 AM
is this a 230v 50 hz unit?
Question by: Gary n Wright on Oct 25, 2021, 7:55 AM
Hello Gary,

yup! anything from 220-240 and 50hz.

Answer by: Gene Warmuth on Oct 25, 2021, 9:22 AM