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Q Where do I start?

The best place to start is to make a list of all the electrical equipment you want to run, the current each item will draw and the cable length needed for each item. This will help you plan your build and you can then use our guides to help you with each stage, such as cable selection, battery charger sizing etc.

Q I have a standard set-up - what do I need to wire it all up?

There is no such thing as a standard setup and everyone's electrical installation is different, so our aim is to work with you to find the most suitable products for your needs. Our Knowledge Centre has lots of helpful articles to guide you & our team will be able to provide support if needed.


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Featured News Articles

Thursday, 11 November 2021  |  Craig
Storing your Campervan / Motorhome this winter

Some of us may decide this winter is simply too cold for adventures in our beloved motorhome, caravan or campervan, but how can we make sure they're in top shape when the weather does improve? In this article, we'll take you through a few things to keep in mind when thinking of parking up for the long winter period.

Thursday, 28 October 2021  |  Craig
Buying a 12 Volt Kit

12 Volt Installation Kits, Electrical Wiring Kits - everything you need for 12 Volts ..
In today's article we will look at why buying a ready-made 12 volt wiring or installation kit may not be the best idea for your electrical set-up

Thursday, 13 January 2022  |  Craig
12 Volt Power & Stealth Camping

Stealth campervans have become increasingly popular, thanks in large part to them being less attractive to thieves than a conspicuous camper. The difficulty with stealth camping, however, is ensuring that there's nothing that visibly gives the van away, which often means no mains hook-up, and solar panels become something requiring extra thought. We discuss options for 12-volt power for those looking to create a stealth camper van.


Disclaimer - The information contained in these articles is provided in good faith and we do our best to ensure that it is accurate and up to date, however, we cannot be held responsible for any damage or loss arising from the use or mis-use of this information or from any errors or omissions. The installer is ultimately responsible for the safety of the system so if you are in any doubt, please consult a qualified electrician.