If your RV refrigerator is not cooling, smells of ammonia or has a leak around the burner area, chances are your cooling unit needs to be replaced. The number one reason cooling units fail is because they rust out and start leaking ammonia.
dometic cooling units makes some of the best replacement cooling units in the industry and we can help you choose the right one for your RV refrigerator.
The RTX2000 is an innovative new air conditioner that was designed for truck drivers. It’s compact and can keep you cool for 12 hours on a 12V battery.
It’s also very efficient, using only 19 amps in eco mode (compared to the Dometic RTX1000’s 35A). That’s a big deal if you plan on driving for long periods of time.
The RTX2000 has many features that make it a great choice for your next RV. Some of the most interesting include a built-in power protection system, easy mounting, and a nice display.
The RTX 3000 is the flagship graphics card in NVIDIA’s new RTX lineup. Based on NVIDIA’s Ampere architecture, the RTX 3000 series offers major improvements in ray tracing and rasterization performance.
The card features 240 tensor cores that boost machine learning application speeds, while 30 raytracing acceleration cores help improve the speed of ray tracing. The RTX 3000 also features a 6 GB GDDR6 memory interface.
The RTX 3000’s performance per watt is up to 1.9x higher than its Turing-based predecessors, which will save gamers money. It’s also more than twice as fast as an RTX 2080 Ti in ray tracing, which is a huge advantage for those who play games that benefit from ray tracing.
The RTX4000 is a high-performance graphics card that’s ideal for 3D design and simulation applications. It’s got 36 Turing RT Cores to accelerate ray tracing and 288 multi-precision Turing Tensor Cores for AI inferencing.
It’s also loaded with 8 GB of GDDR6 memory to handle large data sets and supports up to 416GB/s of bandwidth. The GPU is also equipped with three DisplayPort 1.4 connectors for HDR and NVIDIA’s VirtualLink to connect HMDs like the HTC Vive directly.
In addition to the desktop version of this GPU, Nvidia also has mobile versions that should perform well on laptops. However, they do have about 40% fewer CUDA Cores and 8GB less VRAM than the desktop versions of the RTX 4000.
The RTX4500 offers a little bit of everything that the A5000 offers, but in a slightly less hefty package. This half-step card is designed to fill the performance gaps between professional workstation GPUs, particularly when it comes to ray tracing and machine learning.
The GPU itself is a double-width card that fits into two PCIe slots, consuming up to 200W at peak load. It also supports NVLink, which allows you to connect two cards together and amplify the processing power and memory of each.
It features 7168 Ampere-generation CUDA cores and 20GB ECC GDDR6 graphics memory. These cores have 2X the single-precision floating point (FP32) throughput compared to the previous generation CUDA Cores, offering significant improvements in 3D model development and compute for applications such as simulations in computer-aided engineering.
The GPU supports HDR color for 4K video decode and up to 8K video encode, delivering improved image quality. The GPU also enables pixel-level preemption, which lets you control time-sensitive tasks like encoding and decoding.