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Old 08-17-2015, 09:58 AM   #1
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Auto Generator Start- Connection to the A/C

Another recent thread got me thinking someone here maybe able to help me out. I have a 3.6KW LP Onan generator and I purchased the Onan Auto start kit-AGS (EC-30). I have been able to figure out all the hook ups EXCEPT how to link the EC-30's AC wire to the Dometic single zone LCD thermostat. It requires a 12V signal to trigger the AGS to start and allow the AC unit to cool down the coach. Once the set temp is reached the signal then triggers the AGS to then start the process of shutting down the Genny.

Dometic has been of no help other than sending me the wiring diagram. I do have a call into Onan/Cummins (I hope they can help me out). FR does not have AGS units in their system. I know some other companies do. I will try to figure those out and perhaps get a wiring diagram

Here is my question has anyone installed an AGS and successfully integrated with the Dometic LCD single zone thermostat or the Dometic air con control board?

Big thx in advance for any thoughts or ideas

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