Thanks for Gijs’s shared why he choose solar power and how it installed the solar panel on his tenttrailer Combi Camp. The following is his experience.
I started thinking about a good solution to be able to camp “self-sufficient” two years ago. I had several reasons for doing this:
1. Prices for electricity on campsites are very high in my opinion and this is a waste of money for a tap, a light and charging a telephone and / or tablet (in my experience this is between € 2.50 and sometimes € 5.50 per day). : S
2. The most beautiful places on campsites are usually without electricity and you are not among the caravans and campers;)
3. It is just very easy and convenient (no mess with (extension) cords anymore) B)
I have been using Lensun flexible solar panel forover two years now. This allows me and my family to camp fully off-grid.
I explained how I connected this installation. This setup provides power for several items:
1. LED lights
3. USB chargingports (smartphones/tablets/laptop)
4. Universal 12V car output
Lensun Semi-flexible 60Watt panel
Strapped in an aluminum frame, so it can be placed in a sunny spot:
Additional I added a Lensun 55W 12V Black ETFE Flexible Solar Panel Special size. It fit perfectly on the storage compartment infront of the trailer of my Combi Camp
The semi-flexible panel is glued on with Sikaflex and finished off with silicone sealant.
Both panels are connected to a EPSolar Tracer 2215BN which charges and regulates an Optima Yellow Top 55Ah battery.
All is connected to a fuse box to divide all the different items mentioned before
Pro Car Surface-Mounted Twin 12V Lighter Socket + Twin USB
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