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  1. Bought a Basecamp Plus new last July. Lost count how many issues we've had since but culminated in the solar panel flying off the roof on a busy motorway and just missing the windscreen of a following van - could have been horrific. The driver and passenger of the van were shaken and the police had to arrange for the panel to be cleared from the busy M65. Swifts response to this and the numerous other issues has been polite but completely underwhelming, considering the seriousness of the latest incident. I was without the van for nearly 2 months whilst Glossop Caravan worked with Swift to resolve this and the numerous other issues. Turns out (after 6 weeks with Glossop) that the solar panel windshield was not fitted. SO PLEASE CHECK THIS ON YOUR VAN. Swift's compensation was £300 towards our next service so long as taken before end July 2019...it's only just come back from Glossop Caravans so we'll be passing on this extremely generous offer!!??
  2. Looking to expand our horizons and got to more site without EHU. To keep the costs down and to prevent having to drill into the caravan roof, we are thinking of getting a freestanding panel which we just get out when we need. The only problem we see with that is that on our caravan (Bailey Phoenix 420) the battery locker is under the floor, rather than being on the outside. Can anyone give me some advice on if it is possible to fit a panel, or if this is even a sensible idea? What kit would I need? Cheers in advance guys. Joe
  3. Hi, help required please. I’m confused, are they worth it? Which is the best to have installed, I understand that normally 100 watt crystalline is the norm? We have a 2017 lunar Clubman Sr, but having spoken with our dealer he’s just informed me that they have problems running solar panels via the Sargent EC500 PSU, the psu in question has a fuse which says “solar panel” the control panel above the door also has a solal panel indication on it which suggests to me that a solar panel can be fitted using the vans system, but as I said, the dealer in question appears to be reluctant to use this, they said today that they’ve experienced problems in the past, but they’re happy to fit a trauma panel for £450 directly to the battery. Does anyone have any ideas
  4. Hello on our new swift 580 dealer special it has a solar panel fitted. I have a couple of questions in regards to this. Firstly the controller device in cupboard states 150w yet the info on the van says 80w umm is it just the same control unit fitted to all regardless of the panel output? Secondly when the battery is not fitted I assume the panel keeps working Indicated by a led flashing on the contoller. What would happen if the loose battery leads made contact with each other. Any thoughts?
  5. Hi All, This topic has come up before, but doesn't seem to be anything recently, so just wondering if there's any "latest and greatest" tips for connecting a mobile solar panel kit to the caravan battery. Most kits seem to come with crocodile clips at the battery end, but most newer 'vans have full terminal covers, so a croc clip isn't ideal. I'm toying with the idea of swapping to a pair of "quick release" terminal clamps and permanently wiring a couple of short fly-leads (probably with some of the MC4 type connectors, and and in-line 10A fuse on +ve feed) to allow quick and easy "plug and play" connectivity. Anyone got any alternatives? Ideally with pics Also starting a related thread re actually using solar panels. Cheers, ​S
  6. Hi Can anybody tell me if the solar panel has to be set up . At the moment I just have a green flashing light. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks
  7. Just found this on t'interweb. It's an excellent description of solar panels, charging and controllers . https://www. youtube. com/watch?v=KPZhtGLfGn4#t=381. 20088 The same firm has a series of videos which are quite informative and demonstrate some of the queries that crop up
  8. Hi all new to site , but loving the information shared, thanks to everyone who takes the time . Can anyone advise would a solar panel , flat on the roof still receive any charge when the winter cover is on ? thanks learning every day ! Stuart
  9. Hi folks, I'm confused, life's like that, too much gadgetry in modern caravans. Our 2016 Coachman VIP 520/4 has an 80 watt solar panel on the roof. In a bunk inside the 'van is the associated control box with its indicator LEDs. The green LED that indicates that the leisure battery is charged is flashing at a bit faster than once per second. According to the tiny User Manual for the solar system a "fast" flash (no rate of flash mentioned) means that the battery output voltage is exceeding that of the solar charger unit and the solar unit should be disconnected. A constant green LED or slowly flashing green LED means OK or charging. Faster than once per second seems fast to me so I'm assuming it is. This LED has flashed at this rate ever since we took delivery in September. It is only now that I have wondered if this is a problem or not and looked in the User Manual. The 'van is not hooked up to mains so no charger is running although the battery will be well charged. . Does this mean that I have to look in the bunk every time I connect up to mains and pull the inline fuse from the solar unit? Doesn't seem correct to me so I want to check before going to the dealer.
  10. Hi, Firstly I'll apologise in advance if I've posted in the wrong place, this is my first post and finding my way around the site. We have a Bailey Unicorn Valencia 2, bought 2nd hand with a solar panel and Ysmart MPPT30 controller fitted (not a factory fit). This was working fine, up until the weekend. We were off grid so no hookup and panel was keeping the battery charged ok. Whilst in the van I heard a beep, looked round, couldn't find anything, half an hour later another beep. Still couldn't find anything. Went to get phone on charger off socket on inverter and noticed that it wasn't working and now solar panel doesn't seem to be charging either. Husband and I googled the controller and found out it's a rather cheap and nasty one, so may look at replacing it, but in the meanwhile does anyone have any idea as to what might have gone wrong? It was a sunny weekend and up until it stopped working battery was maintaining a 13. 4 charge. Now at 12. 4. Need to fix asap as going off grid again in a few days. Any suggestions gratefully received. Cheers Jane
  11. About this time last year I ordered my first caravan, a Unicorn 3 Cadiz. I then started to scan forums, especially CT, to get myself caravan-savvy (thank you for your collective knowledge). My garage slowly filled up with all sorts of things, from a torque wrench to steps that won't sink into a muddy field. A lot of the larger items were ordered from the caravan dealer, including a 110AH leisure battery. In March we took delivery, and so started a lovely few months drifting around. Okay, there were a couple of minor problems: 'fridge unplugging every 1500miles; 'fridge door trays needed replacing; and rain getting into the rear top lockers after a biblical storm. But, everything's been sorted and working, including the solar panel holding the battery's charge with little green flashing lights showing up on the panel's control panel. A couple of weeks' ago I put the 'van into storage. This morning I decided to check it: The main panel showed nothing when I checked the leisure battery's voltage. There were no flashing lights on the solar's control panel, I checked the settings and all appeared to be okay (what should the PVM be set at: 25, 50 or 100Hertz? I tried all 3 to no avail, but can't remember what it was originally set at). All EHU and 12v fuses are okay. I then found the leisure battery (between the feet of the fixed beds). The battery was a 96AH and used (there was a bit of masking tape with 'Taken from Verona' written on it). The battery hadn't been secured and the terminal leads had not been tightened. I tightened the leads, but, after about 5 minutes, this didn't make any difference. I've taken the battery out and it's now on charge. Luckily I checked the dealer's paperwork: they hadn't included the battery, so what I got was a mistake and . .. er . .. gratis. So, Oh Clever Ones, would loose terminal leads/flat battery prevent the solar panel from flashing its little green lights? What else could be wrong? I am not technically minded in any sense, so anything more complex than hitting it with a hammer would go straight over my head. The 'van's dealer is about 130miles away from my home, so I'd prefer to hit something with a hammer, than drive to the dealers. Thank you!
  12. As a fan of the newer type of lightweight semi-flexible solar panels, the only downside to myself is the problem of sticking the whole unit to the caravan roof. This really puts me off. The weight savings of these panels are not to be ignored though, they are so much lighter than framed glass panels. So, when looking around ebay at various semi-flexible panels I found these handy new mounting brackets. Obviously I have not tried them, but they look like a really good solution to fitting these lighter panels IMHO. http://www. ebay. co. uk/itm/NEW-6-x-Corner-Bracket-Set-Semi-Flexible-Solar-Panel-Mounting-Kit-Easy-to-Fit-/252014745202?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_3&hash=item3aad3fd672
  13. Mark Caravan Medic Aws / Ncc Approved Engineers Membership Number - 1552 Offering a 10% Discount if you book a Caravan Service or a Habitation Service Or a Free Carbon Monoxide Alarm (Not both ) For January 2015. Aws / Ncc Approved means i can do the servicing on new leisure vehicles whilst under warranty!! Fully Mobile Covering a 40 Mile Radius of Milton Keynes,Buckinghamshire http://www. markcaravanmedic. co. uk - 07807 244 480 https://www. facebook. com/Markcaravanmedic Regards Mark Attached Thumbnails
  14. hi all will i do any damage if i leave my 14w solar panel connected whilst in EHU mode the panel connects to the greay lead 12v plug that comes out of the van ,
  15. I recently bought a brand-new leisure battery. We intend to go away in the caravan at least once a month and don't have a 12S socket on the car (nor do I intend having one fitted), so the battery will only be topped up when on site and using an EHU. Can anyone recommend a solar-panel trickle charger, which I can set up in the front of the caravan and leave connected all the time, just to make sure the battery doesn't completely die and end up becoming useless? I like the idea of full-sized solar-panels that could actually keep the battery fully-charged, but this is a fairly expensive option which I can't manage at the moment, although I wouldn't rule it out in the future. Would a £20 solar-charger from eBay/Amazon be sufficient to ensure long battery life?
  16. 80W Solar panel SUPPLIED & FITTED Complete with 10A charge controller Due to the recent drop in PV Panel costs, we can currently offer these at an incredible price fitted. .. ONLY £300 for 1 or £475 for 2 Will charge an 85Ah Leisure Battery from flat in 1 to 2 days of sunshine. We can even fit 2 panels for twice the power and half the charging time. Protects & prolongs the life of your leisure battery by giving a constant charge whenever there is sunlight - perfect for those of you who store their caravan or motorhome away from home - your battery will be charged by the time you need it again! We only drill two small holes for cabling, the panel itself is bonded to roof - less holes, less chance of a leak in the future! For full specifications and more info visit our online shop by clicking here. These panels are fully weatherproof and are ideal for use on Motorhomes / Caravans etc Price supplied & fitted - £300 inc. VAT (also Supply Only for £200 inc VAT) Price for 2x 80W panels supplied & fitted - £475 inc. VAT (on same vehicle - space allowing)
  17. I have a 15W solar panel that I want to permantly fit to the roof of my 2000 Bailey Senator. Said panel looks very much like this one I have no concerns on how and where to run the cables, my main concern is how to secure the panel to the roof. The unit (as above) comes with 4 screws, but I'm wondering if they will be enough to hold it down, and allow for flexing, as well as potential wind speeds of 100mph+ (60mph road speed and 40mph head wind). They look more like wood screws to me rather than self tappers, and would self tappers do? How thick/strong is a typical roof? I have seen some types fitted (or stuck down) using adhesive sealant, but as this has fixing holes I'd prefer to use them, and just use a small amount of sealant under the screw to seal the roof against leaks. Can anyone supply and tips or suggestions as I'd like to do the job this weekend
  18. 80W Solar panel SUPPLIED & FITTED Complete with 10A charge controller Will charge an 85Ah Leisure Battery from flat in 1 to 2 days of sunshine. We can even fit 2 panels for twice the power and half the charging time. Protects & prolongs the life of your leisure battery by giving a constant charge whenever there is sunlight - perfect for those of you who store their caravan away from home - your battery will be charged by the time you need it again! We only drill one small hole for cabling, the panel itself is bonded to roof - less holes, less chance of a leak in the future! SPECIFICATION:- Cell: Mono-crystalline Silicon Solar Cells: 125mm Square No. of Cells and connections: 36 series Application: DC 12V System These panel are all flash tested Series Fuse Rating: 6A Power Tolerance: +/- 5% Surface max load capacity: 60m/x (200kg/sq. m) Weight (approx): 7. 4 kg Dimensions (approx): 1105mm x 540mm x 30mm Electrical Specs: Max Power: 80W Open Circuit Voltage (V): 21. 6 Short Circuit Current (A): 5 Max. Power voltage (V): 18 Max. Power Current (A): 4. 54 Absolute Maximum Rating: Operating Temperature: -40 to +80 Degrees Storage Temperature: -40 to +80 Degrees Temperature coefficients of Isc (%): 0. 1/Degree Temperature coefficients of Voc (%): -0. 33/Degree Temperature coefficients of Pm (%): -0. 23/Degree Temperature coefficients of Im (%): 0. 08/Degree Temperature coefficients of Vm (%): -0. 33/Degree Irradiance: 1,000W/m2 Temperature: 25 Degrees The panel is resistant against a 227g steel ball, dropped from a height of 1m in a 60m/s wind The panel is guaranteed against 90% power in 10 years and 80% power in 20 years These panels are fully weatherproof and are ideal for use on Motorhomes / Caravans etc Price supplied & fitted - £350 inc. VAT (also Supply Only for £260 inc VAT) Price for 2x 80W panels supplied & fitted - £595 inc. VAT (space allowing)
  19. 80W Solar panel SUPPLIED & FITTED Complete with 10A charge controller Will charge an 85Ah Leisure Battery from flat in 1 to 2 days of sunshine. We can even fit 2 panels for twice the power and half the charging time. Protects & prolongs the life of your leisure battery by giving a constant charge whenever there is sunlight - perfect for those of you who store their caravan away from home - your battery will be charged by the time you need it again! We only drill one small hole for cabling, the panel itself is bonded to roof - less holes, less chance of a leak in the future! SPECIFICATION:- Cell: Mono-crystalline Silicon Solar Cells: 125mm Square No. of Cells and connections: 36 series Application: DC 12V System These panel are all flash tested Series Fuse Rating: 6A Power Tolerance: +/- 5% Surface max load capacity: 60m/x (200kg/sq. m) Weight (approx): 7. 4 kg Dimensions (approx): 1105mm x 540mm x 30mm Electrical Specs: Max Power: 80W Open Circuit Voltage (V): 21. 6 Short Circuit Current (A): 5 Max. Power voltage (V): 18 Max. Power Current (A): 4. 54 Absolute Maximum Rating: Operating Temperature: -40 to +80 Degrees Storage Temperature: -40 to +80 Degrees Temperature coefficients of Isc (%): 0. 1/Degree Temperature coefficients of Voc (%): -0. 33/Degree Temperature coefficients of Pm (%): -0. 23/Degree Temperature coefficients of Im (%): 0. 08/Degree Temperature coefficients of Vm (%): -0. 33/Degree Irradiance: 1,000W/m2 Temperature: 25 Degrees The panel is resistant against a 227g steel ball, dropped from a height of 1m in a 60m/s wind The panel is guaranteed against 90% power in 10 years and 80% power in 20 years These panels are fully weatherproof and are ideal for use on Motorhomes / Caravans etc Price supplied & fitted - £350 inc. VAT also Supply Only for £260 inc VAT
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