Up to 1500 Wp photovoltaic output can be connected to the boiler. The MPP tracker already integrated in the boiler ensures that as much energy as possible from the sun is converted into heat in the boiler. In order to put the boiler into operation, only the photovoltaic modules have to be connected to the boiler. No additional devices such as charge controllers, MPP trackers, inverters or anything else are required.
Assembly: The installation of the caravan boiler is very easy. The boiler is screwed either firmly to the base plate or to a stable wall with four screws. The mounting rails on the boiler help with easy and safe installation.
Water connection: The water connection is made via a 1/2″ standard thread. Suitable hoses for the connection can be purchased at any hardware store. The boiler is operated under pressure. A simple 12V or 24V DC pump pushes the cold water from the water storage tank into the photovoltaic boiler when required. Hot water flows to the tap at the outlet of the boiler. There it can be mixed with cold water using a standard tap.
The maximum water temperature of the boiler is 65°C. When the boiler is fully heated, about 25 liters of 35-degree water can be drawn from it.
Power connection: The boiler can be connected directly to the power supply via a 2 meter long cable.