Consider what you would use electric hook up for, and do you really need it? The possibilities for using electricity in a tent are endless — heating, lighting, kettles, keeping food cool, charging devices and even watching TV — but are they essential? Well, quite a few people it seems.
Red Shoot Ramblings. Read on if you want to learn how to use our electric hook-up facility safely and efficiently. There are two main ways you can power electrical devices on the campsite.
Our hook-ups are via standard blue v IP44 electrical connectors protected by a Residual Current Device RCD for safety designed to cut off the supply in the event of a fault occurring in your connecting lead, caravan or appliance. Please use only approved cables and run cables around away from vehicle or walkways as best as possible. If you connect two cables together the joint should be via approved connectors, covered against rain and supported off the ground.
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For conecting your Folding Camper, caravan or motorhome to electricity on site. For converting your camping or caravan hook up lead to continental connection, Continental plug to caravan coupler. Simply goes on the end of a mains extension lead to enable you to use it on the continental sites.
Just a question for anyone who has used an electric hookup for a tent in NZ. The blue hookup point looks the same but I want to be safe. You will need a cable with a RCD, and our plugs are blue, so may be the same as yours. You will certainly need an adaptor for the " delivery" end of the cable.
Dear friends, Due to massive complaining by fellow visitors and inhabitants of Pod Brajdo Street that is attached to OverJam CampDiesel powered Electrical Generators will be not allowed anymore. Besides being loud, Diesel powered Electrical Generators are not environment friendly. We know that this will make many of our visitors happy, but there are for sure some who will not like this decision.
When you connect to a campsite electric hook-up point you are able to receive an electricity supply as you would at home. Benefit from expert advice, retail discounts and money off pitch night stays when you join the Club. This will be a nominal V, single phase, 50Hz supply, which is compatible with UK and modern European caravans, motorhomes, trailer tents, folding campers and tent hook-up connections. This electrical supply can be used either directly to power V equipment or indirectly via a power supply unit that converts the mains power at V AC to a nominal 12V DC, usually in conjunction with a leisure battery.