NPS300_TRUK camper progress

Bris31

Adventurer
#4
Light weight, flexible solar panels are recomended for popup roof.
I would avoid any ebay flexibles, had bad experience couple of times.
 
#5
I have a question regarding the pop top roof if you don't mind :)
How are you doing the connection seal between the roof and body? Are you running one of the pop top extrusion profiles that are around or custom making the seal design yourself?
It's the last decision I have in the construction design of my camper on whether to go pop top or hard roof and it's perplexing me!
 
#7
I have a question regarding the pop top roof if you don't mind :)
How are you doing the connection seal between the roof and body? Are you running one of the pop top extrusion profiles that are around or custom making the seal design yourself?
It's the last decision I have in the construction design of my camper on whether to go pop top or hard roof and it's perplexing me!
Hi, After much research this is the roof extrusion I'm using. https://styromax.com.au/products/styropop-top/. Styromax make a good product.
 
#9
If you are looking at Lightweight Semi flex panels, check out eArche range, they are a commercial grade panel with a 25 year warranty.

Seem well made, i have a 180 watt panel, junction box is sealed, Cheaper than Soliban panels.

I got mine shipped up from Melbourne from solar RV, haven't had any issues in 12 months
 
#10
If you are looking at Lightweight Semi flex panels, check out eArche range, they are a commercial grade panel with a 25 year warranty.

Seem well made, i have a 180 watt panel, junction box is sealed, Cheaper than Soliban panels.

I got mine shipped up from Melbourne from solar RV, haven't had any issues in 12 months
Thanks Wyuna - I'll check em out.
 
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