Welcome to our Marine Air product-related section.

Here, you'll find customer questions we have received, and relevant answers we have shared with those customers in regards to using their Marine Air products with our EasyStart™ product line. If you don't find the answers you need here, please feel free to contact us directly.

 

Q:
I have a Marine Air, 16,000 btu, reverse cycle unit.
I think I need your EasyStart 364 to work with a Honda EU2000i generator to run the A/C.
Could you please advise of anything else that I will need.


A:
In order to install an EasyStart into a Marine Air Systems 16k self-contained A/C, besides the EasyStart 364 itself (-X36-IP model variant), you should only need a few miscellaneous crimp terminals including 2 female fastons (#16 and #14), a fork or ring terminal (#14), and a butt or end splice (#12).  
Attached is a custom EasyStart 364 wiring diagram for a Cruisair self-contained system with the SMX control.

This should better aid your installation.

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Q:

I have a Marine Air, 16,000 btu, reverse cycle unit.
I think I need your EasyStart 364 to work with a Honda EU2000i generator to run the A/C.
Could you please advise of anything else that I will need.


A:
In order to install an EasyStart into a Marine Air Systems 16k self-contained A/C, besides the EasyStart 364 itself (-X36-IP model variant),
you should only need:

  • A few miscellaneous crimp terminals including 2 female fastons (#16 and #14)
  • A fork or ring terminal (#14)
  • A butt or end splice (#12).  


Attached is a custom EasyStart 364 wiring diagram for a Cruisair self-contained system with the SMX control.  This should better aid your installation.

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Q:

I have a Marine Air, 16,000 btu, reverse cycle unit.
I think I need your EasyStart 364 to work with a Honda EU2000i generator to run the A/C.
Could you please advise of anything else that I will need.


A:
In order to install an EasyStart into a Marine Air Systems 16k self-contained A/C, besides the EasyStart 364 itself (-X36-IP model variant), you should only need a few miscellaneous crimp terminals including:

  • 2 female fastons (#16 and #14)
  • A fork or ring terminal (#14)
  • A butt or end splice (#12).  

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