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Rimor Camper Van Electric System

This is an article about the electric system of the Rimor SuperBrig 630.

Here comes the main switch board:

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If you don´t speak Italian, then switch the language to English: move the cursor to the “door” symbol and press “OK”. You can the select with the “left/right” arrows the various languages. Once you have reached “English”, press “OK” again and you are done.

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My favorite state is to leave the control unit on the battery symbol. Use the “up/down” arrows to switch between the various electrical measurement values. An important value is the voltage “AUX ACC” of the living compartment battery. Anything above 10.5V is ok.

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Another interesting measurement value is the engine battery voltage “ENGIN ACC”:

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And also important: the actual charging/discharging current of the living compartment battery. A negative value “-” indicates that the battery is currently charged. 20Amps charging current is typical when you are charging an empty living compartment battery, see below:

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If this value does not appear then – very likely – the main fuse from the engine´s generator to the living compartment battery is burnt. It has a yellow color and a squarish shape. You find it under the steering wheel, just above the clutch pedal, see here:

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When the living compartment battery is down to – let´s say – 11.0 Volts, all what you need is to run the engine half an hour, and it has enough energy to support the heating fan during and the Meltem airing device night time.

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