Jump to content

Leaderboard


Popular Content

Showing content with the highest reputation since 16/06/20 in all areas

  1. 3 points
    Christmas has come early 3 new lithium batteries landed on my front door Itechword 120x looking to put them to the test
  2. 2 points
    Hi Pete , we have, since this post started purchased a new 200 Sahara and had both GVM and the 4 t tow kit installed by Lovells and couldn’t be happier with the vehicle. Handles very well towing and on its own. No or little body roll is felt .We also have installed torque converter and a chip . Towing around 3.6 t we are getting around 19 lt per 100 sitting on 100 klm per hour. But around town 15 so not much different. That’s the only downside I recon . John
  3. 1 point
    Getting ready for lithium batteries in my Kedron 2013 AV2 3x300 solar Panels on the roof 60W Morningstar controller MPPT 60amp Enerdrive battery charger DC2DC Enerdrive 40+ charger all wired in 35mm cable Thanks to Tony’s great advice 35mm Cable is the go 1000W Redarc inverter as well so I think I am ready to go lithium batteries soon just need to convince the wife cheers Rod
  4. 1 point
    Hi all- the awning is beginning to leak at the stitching where it meets the caravan sail track. Has anybody resealed this area successfully and what have they used? cheers
  5. 1 point
    I am with Tony on the size of the inverter. The beauty of lithium is the ability to use an electric kettle or coffee machine etc. A 1000watt inverter will be very limiting. I love being able to use the electric items while off grid, all powered free by the sun.
  6. 1 point
    All good and thanks for the good advice on the cable size I was very low cash 💰 so a new 2600W inverter was out of the picture I had the 1000W Redarc in the shed from my old van when I go lithium batteries I am thinking of 3x120 itech world batteries have you got any info on them good or bad cheers rod
  7. 1 point
    Looks like a very neat installation Rod, good to see those ‘fat’ cables! Going to lithium are you planning on fitting a bigger inverter? With a 1000w unit you will only be able to use a VERY small toaster or VERY small electric jug & NOT together! But then you may only want to run a CPAP machine which that inverter will do with ease. Sorry to rain on your parade. Cheers Tony
×
×
  • Create New...