I can confirm it is same. I ordered one, installed it yesterday.
It looks like it used same compressor (although the compressor amperage is slightly less) and same cabinet design (I didnít see any extra insulation or air route changes).
The major difference is the NDQ has a slower fan speeds. Also the old fan was 1/3hp the new fan is 1/7hp.
I called and spoke with AirExcel and they confirmed they slowed down the fan to make quiet.
My original unit:
My new unit:
If you examine the tags you will note the power saving on new a/c.
Reference the ďFLAĒ full load amps for fan motor and compressor.
That is the amp draw during normal running.
Since I have a 2019 Travato I could have gone to Wichita KS to take advantage of the WGO program and pay $750 installed. But that ends in 2 weeks and I couldnít make the deadline.
Also Iíd easily spend a few hundred dollars on that trip. So the savings would have been washed out by travel expenses (I live 850 miles away).
So it made sense to me to order this one with free shipping.
Iím an A/C guy anyway and pretty mechanical with access to a forklift so installation was not a factor.
In any case I can attest that this is the NDQ unit.
Note: this is just the rooftop unit and does not include the ceiling vent control and cover.
I reused my same controls and ceiling vent.
If you want the digital vent cover itís about another $225.
Iíll double check and post the part number on here for that.
But if you already have the Colman Mach 10 you can reuse your existing ceiling vent and t-stat controls.