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Product Guides > Heavy Duty Power System
Mon, Feb 11th 2013
Products for a heavy duty power system
1. 220Ah Leisure Batteries
2. Solar Panel
5. Electric Hook-up
7. DC1224-20 DC-DC Charger
8. Start Battery
9. EG-20 Automatic Battery Charger
Blue lines: 240 V
Red lines: 12 V
System Design - Heavy Duty Requirements
For higher consumption power systems Conrad Anderson can help design a system for your vehicle, offering a complete range of 240v generators, charging and power conversion systems and inverters to cater for all requirements. These units can allow static and on the move usage of the Dometic range of air conditioners. We can also synchronise multiple power sources to make sure there is always enough power available. For example we can use power from mains hook-up connection, generators and inverters, either all together or prioritised for the best source.
Conrad Anderson can supply all of the products mentioned, please ask a member of the sales team if you need any further advise.
At Conrad Anderson we will design your power system to suit your needs, depending on which appliances you use and for approximately how long. We can enable you to keep all your vehicle batteries constantly topped up so you no longer need to think about how much power you are using; you just focus on more important things – whether that is holidaying, working or doing nothing much.
To help Conrad Anderson design a system for your vehicle we need to know the following information:
Which appliances will you be using and for how long?
What are the average power, peak power and standby power consumptions of those appliances?
What is the input voltage for those appliances?
Where are you going to travel in your van, what is the approximate ambient temperature?
Do you camp without hook-up facility, or are you connected to the mains most of the time?
The same process is applied to system design for higher consumption systems; we just use larger generators and upgraded management systems to provide consistent stable power output for any application.