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Aventa compact

The lightest and quietest roof-mounted camping air conditioner in its class

The Aventa compact offers a range of benefits beneath its compact housing. It is light, quiet and powerful. This is thanks to the use of advanced materials and the constant development of previous Truma roof-mounted air conditioners. Our development engineers were able to reduce the compressor noise to a minimum, for example.

Only 27.5 kilograms total weight
Fits on all common vehicle roofs
Can also be used on campsites with little security
In the event of a warranty claim, you will receive a replacement unit within a short period of time
5-year parts guarantee when retrofitted by an authorised Truma dealer
Now also available in black
Technical Details
Power supply
230 V
Power consumption. cooling
2.8 A
Start-up current
20 A (150 ms)
Cooling power
1700 W
Deployment range
+16 °C to +40 °C
Weight (without installation material)
approx. 27.5 kg
Outer dimensions (L x W x H)
785 x 560 x 265 mm
Inner dimensions (L x W x H)
556 x 496 x 46 mm (air distributor small)
Roof cut-out (L x W)
380 x 350 mm / 400 x 400 mm
Volumetric air flow
max. 370 m³/h
Maximum incline during operation
8%

Highlights

More details about Aventa compact

The Aventa compact offers a range of benefits beneath its compact housing. It is light, quiet and powerful. This is thanks to the use of advanced materials and the constant development of previous Truma roof-mounted air conditioners. Our development engineers were able to reduce the compressor noise to a minimum, for example. This makes the Aventa compact the quietest roof-mounted air conditioner on the market. Weight is saved by using expanded polypropylene for the housing. This means the Aventa compact is also the lightest air conditioner in its class.

Its space-saving design makes the Aventa compact particularly well suited for vans. It can also fit on the roof alongside solar panels, satellite dishes or a roof box. But the roof-mounted air conditioner is perfect for caravans, motor homes and liners too.

The Air distributor small is designed to perfectly fit the Aventa compact. Like most Truma products, it offers a variety of individual adjustment options. You can adjust the openings to direct the cool air where you need it. Thanks to the compact and flat design of the air distributor, free movement in the vehicle is hardly affected at all. The roof-mounted air conditioner dries the circulated air while it is running. This helps create a pleasant interior climate, even with minor differences between inside and outside temperature.

The roof-mounted camping air conditioner can also be controlled with the digital Truma CP plus control panel. It is easy to integrate into the iNet System and can be controlled via an app.

  • Cools faster than any other roof-mounted air conditioner
  • Convenient adjustment using remote control
  • Control air conditioner and ACC using the app (optional with Truma iNet Box)

In connection with the manufacturer’s warranty of two years, the Truma Partner grants a parts warranty to air conditioning systems and Mover from Truma (“the product”) for an additional three years, so for years 3, 4 and 5 from the date of purchase, under the following conditions.

  • Fits on even small vehicle roofs
  • Extremely quiet running
  • Lightest roof-mounted air conditioner on the market
  • 5-year guarantee when retrofitted by an authorized Truma dealer

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FAQ

  • Why does a Truma air conditioning system not have the same cooling output as a car air conditioning system?

    In many cases, air conditioning systems are used in cars for just 20 to 30 minutes. A comfortable temperature of about 23 °C should be reached within a very short time. Because cars often have dark colours inside and outside and angled windows, such as the windscreen, they heat up very quickly. This is why car air conditioning systems are equipped with a high cooling output (6 to 8 kW). They are much more powerful, as the compressor of the air conditioning system is driven by the car’s engine. This explains why the engine loses power when the air conditioning system is switched on in the car.

    On the other hand, RVs are often used for several hours. The air conditioning system is also used over a long period (while driving or at the camp site). Light external colours and steep windows reduce heating of the vehicle compared to cars. The cooling output of air conditioning systems in RVs is generally much lower, as they are electrically operated and the power supply is limited. This is why a high level of energy efficiency, which ensures optimum cooling output with low power consumption, is essential.

    Our air conditioning system can produce a maximum temperature difference of 10°C under optimum conditions, such as when the vehicle is in shadow, is darkened, windows and skylights are closed and humidity is low.

  • How do I cool my caravan or motor home especially effectively?

    You can keep a cool head at any temperature by following the tips:

    • Before starting the system, check that the camp site has adequate fuses (min. 4 A).
    • Position your vehicle in shade if possible.
    • Closing blinds reduces heat radiation.
    • Clean your roof at regular intervals – dirty roofs are hotter roofs.
    • Ventilate the vehicle properly before starting the appliance in order to remove accumulated warm air from the vehicle.
    • To obtain a healthy indoor climate, the difference between inside and outside temperatures should not be too large.
    • During operation, the circulated air is cleaned and dehumidified. Dehumidifying moist air creates a pleasant indoor climate even if the temperature differences are not great.
    • When cooling, close all doors and windows so that no condensation forms on the air distributor.
  • What must I consider as regards maintenance of Truma air conditioning systems?

    Truma air conditioning systems have a closed cool air circulation system. As opposed to cars, no coolant has to be replenished or replaced.

    For Saphir air conditioning systems we recommend that you clean the fluff filter twice per year and replace it if necessary. We recommend that you replace the particle filter every year at the beginning of the season.

    With Aventa air conditioning systems we recommend that you replace the air filter each year or as required.

  • Parts waranty for air conditioning systems and Mover from the manufacturer Truma

    Warrantor and warranty period

    In connection with the manufacturer’s warranty of two years, the Truma Partner grants a parts warranty to air conditioning systems and Mover from Truma (“the product”) for an additional three years, so for years 3, 4 and 5 from the date of purchase, under the following conditions.

    The warrantor is the Truma Partner, from whom the respective product was acquired and professionally installed.

    If repair work is undertaken within the scope of the warranty, the warranty period with regard to the repaired or replaced parts does not re-commence, but the original warranty period continues.

    Warranty requirements and extent of the warranty

    The parts warranty applies to product defects, which can be attributed to material or production faults.

    A claim can only be made in relation to this part warranty upon submission of this certificate, the original receipt and specification of the serial number for the product, for which this warranty claim shall be lodged.

    Spare parts costs are covered by this warranty. Costs are not covered for installation and removal, dismantling of furniture or body parts as well as transport and road costs, travel expense or other costs, which are not spare parts costs.

    The Truma Partner shall decide on the type of repair.

    Replaced (spare) parts shall become the property of the warrantor.

    Exceptions

    The warranty does not provide cover:

    1. in the case of improper, unsuitable, incorrect, negligent or unintended use of the product
    2. in the case of improper installation, assembly or commissioning not in compliance with the instructions for use and installation instructions
    3. in the case of improper operation or handling not in compliance with the instructions for use and installation instructions, in particular in the case of failure to observe maintenance, care and warning instructions
    4. if installations, repairs or intervention work are not executed by authorised partners
    5. for consumables, wear parts and in the case of natural wear and tear
    6. if the product is provided with spare, supplementary or accessory parts, which are not original parts of the manufacturer or parts approved by the manufacturer
    7. in the case of damage caused by foreign bodies (e.g. oils, diluent in gas), chemical or electrochemical influences in the water or if the product otherwise comes into contact with unsuitable substances (e.g. chemical products, flammable materials, unsuitable cleaning agents)
    8. in the case of damage caused by abnormal environmental or unsuitable operating conditions
    9. in the case of damage caused by force majeure or natural catastrophes, as well as other influences, for which the manufacturer is not accountable
    10. in the case of damage, which can be attributed to improper transport
    11. in the case of changes to the appliance, including to spare, supplementary or accessory parts and their installation, in particular changes to the exhaust gas system or to the cowl by the end customer or third parties.

    Miscellaneous

    Further claims, in particular claims for damages by the end customer or a third party are ex- cluded.

    Contractual or legal claims of the end customer against the Truma Partner, such as warranty claims or claims for damages are not affected by this parts warranty.

    The provisions of the Product Liability Act remain unaffected by this.