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Motorhome at sunset

Stay out for longer

POWER YOUR APPLIANCES FOR LONGER

WITH OUR POWERFUL LITHIUM IRON BATTERY

Being on the road doesn’t mean compromising on comfort. Modern motorhomes & campervans are packed with appliances that all need power. Transporter Energy Lithium Iron Phosphate leisure batteries seamlessly integrate with solar panels to store energy, giving you power when you need it.

If you have any doubt about your leisure battery size, capacity or electric system please call us on 01323 405 375 or contact us. Transporter Energy do not take responsibility if any of our Lithium Iron Phosphate batteries are ordered and turn out to not be compatible.

Easy drop in

Easy Drop-in Replacement

Our batteries are an easy to fit drop-in replacement, with...

  • Freedom to camp wild whenever, wherever
  • 3 to 4 times more battery time
  • 15 year expected lifespan
  • Get more power from your solar
  • Charge faster from your alternator
  • Simple power inverter
  • Save on weight (only 13kgs)

No more gas checks

Save time and money - with no gas appliances on board there's no need to worry about safety checks and certification.

Going electric isn't just more convenient and cheaper, it's safer too eliminating the risk of fire or explosions and potentially toxic fumes. Meaning you'll be able to put all your energy into enjoying the moment and seeing the world.

Don't forget

Carbon monoxide can't be seen, smelt or heard. Stay safe and choose Transporter Energy power.

Horseboxes

Competing in beautiful countryside locations is part of the joy of equestrian life, but travelling to remote spots with no mains power doesn't mean you have to give up the home comforts.

The Transporter Energy system can supply hot water, refrigeration and cooking facilities without the use of gas or a noisy generator.

A modern horsebox vehicle

Caravan and Motorhome Club Magazine

What, no gas?

Wednesday 27th February, 2019

Caravan and Motorhome Club took a fully electric, gas-free prototype vehicle to show the amazing power of the Transporter Energy battery.

Gary Martin from the Caravan and Motorhome Club magazine took a specially converted Transporter Energy motorhome complete with lLithium Iron Phosphate (LiFePO4) array and Transporter energy pod for a spin.

The potential to travel completely off-grid without giving up any creature comforts is an increasingly appealing option. Read more about the benefits he discovered (including a tasty barbecued burger).

Read the feature
Caravan and Motorhome Club Magazine - October 2018; What, no gas?

This is not the place to run out of power

Six reasons to go 100% electric

With These Powerful Batteries

No more gas checks!

Annual gas checks are costly and often fail. Remove the need for gas and the end of these inconvenient checks.

No poisoning fears!

It is not un-common to sleep in your leisure home without gas heating for fear of carbon monoxide poisoning.

No more draughts!

All gas appliances require vents through floor and walls making your leisure vehicle colder — especially in the winter months.

No more restless nights

The Transporter Energy System can be left on at night with the assurance that you can sleep easy.

No rotten or damp floors

The Transporter Energy System does not require vents leaving your floor intact. Reducing vulnerability of rot and damp in your leisure home.

No more false gas readings

You'll never have to search for a gas refill or worry about having the right regulator to fit.

Fully electric leisure vehicles

are now a reality.

Power up with Lithium Iron batteries

Powerful, cost effective and efficient, Transporter Energy batteries are portable and up to 60% lighter than lead acid batteries. LiFePO4 batteries are ideal for a wide range of leisure applications and when used in conjunction with solar panels they can provide a virtually limitless source of green energy.

The Transporter Energy System has been designed to help you get even more from your battery by combining a range of energy efficient appliances to make your next camping trip more luxurious than ever.

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Our Transporter Energy lithium iron battery

Retro fit

Add value to your motorhome by replacing gas with the Transporter Energy System

We offer a bespoke fitting service tailoring to your needs. We can supply and fit the Transporter Energy System into your van that will give you off-grid living. The system is made up of 6 lithium Iron batteries, an inverter, induction hob, microwave and a compressor fridge.

Or we can offer a simple upgrade to your leisure battery to give you more 12v capacity extending your charge for higher consumption appliances such as TVs, lights and pumps.

Dealer fit

Request the Transporter Energy System when ordering a new motorohome

When ordering your new or used motorhome ask your supplying dealer to fit the Transporter Energy System. We can provide them with all the required documentation, and backup support to assist them with the installation.

We are working closely with the manufacturers to bring the Transporter Energy System to future motorhome ranges as standard — we will be announcing who our new partners are throughout 2018 so stay tuned.

An Example Of 6 Days Wild Camping Without Power

Don’t compromise on home comforts when you’re camping off-grid.

When it’s time to charge up, connect to solar panels, engine alternator or campsite hook-up.

Start of day 1

100%

(~7200w)

On the first day of your trip, you make two microwave meals and use the hob to cook some veg. The fridge freezer is running all day and you use lights and other accessories from time to time. The hot water heater runs for an hour and you watch TV for a couple of hours. It’s a sunny day, so you get 5 hours of solar charging.

End of day 1

95%

(~6834w)

Start of day 1

100%

(~7200w)

Energy out

Microwave oven 15 mins 248w
Induction hob 30 mins 990w
Fridge freezer 24 hrs 432w
Water heater 1 hrs 300w
TV 2 hrs 46w
Lights, ancillaries, etc. - 50w
Total usage 1864w

Energy in

400w solar array 5 hrs 1700w
Engine alternator - -
Campsite hookup - -
 
 
 
Total charge 1700w

End of day 1

95%

(~6834w)

Start of day 2

95%

(~6843w)

Cook a tasty breakfast on the hob. For dinner you roast a chicken in the microwave oven, and cook side veg on the hob. Once again, the fridge freezer is on all day and the water heater for an hour. You watch TV for three hours. The good weather means 5 hours of solar charging.

End of day 2

77%

(~5538w)

Start of day 2

95%

(~6834w)

Energy out

Microwave oven 40 mins 660w
Induction hob 45 mins 1485w
Fridge freezer 24 hrs 432w
Water heater 1 hrs 300w
TV 3 hrs 69w
Lights, ancillaries, etc. - 50w
Total usage 2996w

Energy in

400w solar array 5hrs 1700w
Engine alternator - -
Campsite hookup - -
 
 
 
Total charge 1700w

End of day 2

77%

(~5538w)

Start of day 3

77%

(~5538w)

Breakfast and dinner are both cooked on the hob today. The fridge is on, you heat water for an hour and use lights as and when needed. You relax in front of the telly for three hours. It’s bad weather, so no solar charge, but a three-hour drive gives you a charge from the alternator.

End of day 3

57%

(~4117w)

Start of day 3

77%

(~5538w)

Energy out

Microwave oven -
Induction hob 50 mins 1650w
Fridge freezer 24 hrs 432w
Water heater 1 hrs 300w
TV 3 hrs 69w
Lights, ancillaries, etc. - 50w
Total usage 2501w

Energy in

400w solar array - -
Engine alternator 3 hrs 1080w
Campsite hookup - -
 
 
 
Total charge 1080w

End of day 3

57%

(~4117w)

Start of day 4

57%

(~4117w)

The weather isn’t great again, so no solar charge today and four hours spent watching TV. You prepare two meals in the microwave and cook side dishes on the hob. As always, the fridge freezer is on all day and the water heater for an hour with various lights and accessories as needed.

End of day 4

37%

(~2613w)

Start of day 4

57%

(~4117w)

Energy out

Microwave oven 20 mins 330w
Induction hob 20 mins 660w
Fridge freezer 24 hrs 432w
Water heater 1 hrs 300w
TV 4 hrs 92w
Lights, ancillaries, etc. - 50w
Total usage 1864w

Energy in

400w solar array - -
Engine alternator 1 hrs 360w
Campsite hookup - -
 
 
 
Total charge 360w

End of day 4

31%

(~2253w)

Start of day 5

37%

(~2613w)

Out for a drive today so 2.5 hours alternator charging. The sun is out too, so another 4 hours from the solar panels. You run the water heater for the usual hour and watch TV for 5 hours. Dinner is cooked using both the microwave and the hob.

End of day 5

42%

(~2821w)

Start of day 5

31%

(~2253w)

Energy out

Microwave oven 10 mins 165w
Induction hob 30 mins 990w
Fridge freezer 24 hrs 432w
Water heater 1 hrs 300w
TV 5 hrs 115w
Lights, ancillaries, etc. - 50w
Total usage 2052w

Energy in

400w solar array 4 hrs 1360w
Engine alternator 2.5 hrs 900w
Campsite hookup - -
 
 
 
Total charge 2260w

End of day 5

34%

(~2462)

Start of day 6

34%

(~2821w)

Another good day, so 5 hours of solar charging. Breakfast and dinner are both cooked using the hob and microwave, and the fridge freezer stays on all day. Three hours is spent watching TV and the lights are used as needed.

End of day 6

100%

(~7200w)

Start of day 6

34%

(~2462w)

Energy out

Microwave oven 1.25 hrs 1238w
Induction hob 50 mins 1650w
Fridge freezer 24 hrs 432w
Water heater 1 hrs 300w
TV 3 hrs 69w
Lights, ancillaries, etc. - 50w
Total usage 3574w

Energy in

400w solar array - -
Engine alternator - -
Campsite hookup 12 hrs 8640w
 
 
 
Total charge 8640w

End of day 6

100%

(~7200w)

Powerful, cost effective and efficient