Many campers dream of never having charge the battery. With solar panel and charge booster to get the dream closer. Promobil reveals how it works.

Many motorhome owners dream of romantic evenings in nature, by the sea or in the wilderness. Far from the next 230-volt connection works completely but only with additional power generators. The most commonly used solar modules that convert solar energy into electricity for the on-board battery, but their power is not enough to always have a full battery.

This is also due to the available space. For more manoeuvrable motorhomes as van vacancies on the roof and thus the space for larger solar panels are rather scarce. Their performance is still limited because they run only in the state and the sun does not always shines.

The booster for more independence
A good complement to the solar system is therefore a booster that optimizes battery charge while driving and ensures greater independence. Motorhomers had individual components so far since the spring of B├╝ttner Elektronik but the so-called power packs are on now. The Power Pack 1 will be sold from 1489 Euro with a 90 watt solar panel. In the test car from Promobil the system has to prove how much freedom it really allows.