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Taking Elddis Typhoon Gts 2000 Model Abroad

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Please forgive if this is a silly question - newbie here!!


We have just bought our first caravan - a second hand Elddis Typhoon - from a well know local dealer.


Whilst buying it I was very clear that we intended to take the van to Europe (specifically the Netherlands) and he assured me that everything would be fine. I asked about the electrics (Heaters, fridge, charging the battery etc) and he said that everything would work fine.


A bit of research now has med me a bit suspicious. Pretty much everything in the van states that it works of 220/240 volts. The battery charger says 198-250 volts.


SO If I plug the van into 110 volts in Holland will ANYTHING work? I guess I can survive if the battery stays charged but I am getting really worried now.


Any advice gratefully received.


Regards


Mike Wright



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I think you will find that Holland 220/230 volts the same as the rest of Europe and the UK.

 

 

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Sorry people - what a prat I am!

 

I had convinced myself that Holland was 110 volts - we have only ever been tent camping before when it was not an issue!

 

Thanks for being kind to me.

 

Regards

Mike

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