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Old 09-29-2013, 05:10 AM   #1
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Jayco Westport 23 ft Caravan and Jayco Swan Outback camper

Hi guys

I'm in Port Hedland North West Australia.

I have two vans one is a full 23 ft van, and the other is a wind up camper.

My car is a 100 series V8 landcruiser.

We do quite a bit of camping in remote areas so we use the small camper a bit. It is set up with twin 85 wt solar panels, battery system, 12/240 power supply, twin 80 ltr fresh water tanks, twin gas bottles, queen and double slide out beds, 1 kva generator, stove and grill, micro wave, fridge, slide out external BBQ, external hot cold shower.

I'm in the process of up grading the 12 vt power supply in the Westport full caravan.

The old transformer only worked the water pump and did not have a smart charger built in so I have bought a setec 35 series III 12 vt power supply with a 4 stage smart charger built in.

I'll add a battery and wire all the 12 vt lights, water pump and fridge. I have a break away system in it as well but I don't know how it works. Does it need a power supply or does it get wired up to the electric breaks.

Also does any one know how to wire the Anderson plug and lead from the car into the setec unit. In the book it says wire it into the aux in but it only has one positive terminal and no negative aux pin. ???

Rob d b.

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Old 10-07-2013, 05:50 AM   #2
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Welcome to JOF robdb62!

Hope you're finding some help with your questions!!! (somewhere!)
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