Mains hook up kit for T4/T5/T6
Camping Power Leads & Mains Kits | Millets
We have 4 ways of providing you with power in your camper van, take a look at the list below to find out more:. The starting point for all camper vans is installing a leisure battery and split charging system. This 12v system can have the lights, fridge, stereo and other 12v accessories wired into it so you can have a home away from home without flattening your main battery. Installing a solar panel is fast becoming a must have piece of equipment. They PV cells or Photo Voltaic cell technologies are become more efficient with each day, this means more light energy converted in to usable electricity for your camper. The efficiency of the panel does depend on the light level so they will be more useful in the summer months but they are active all the time there is some sort of light, so unless you park your camper indoors all the time, the leisure battery will always be undergoing conditioning, which is a vital process to maximise your batteries lifespan.
Camping Power Leads & Mains Kits
That almost defeats the purpose of having a generator. The Interlock Kit is a less expensive alternative to transfer switches and generator sub-panels. An electrician can easily mount the Kit to your existing electrical panel.
With all the interior removed for painting, I decided that now would be an ideal time to install the hook up. Firstly, after checking where the outer socket needed to be in relation to the inside and outside of the vehicle, I drilled a small guide hole through the bodywork from the inside. Next, I stuck some very wide masking tape onto the body of the vehicle, this served two purposes…. It gave me a surface to draw on. It helped to protect the paintwork from getting scratched by the jigsaw.