Enerdrive Canopy Systems: Ultimate 4×4 Canopy Setup

Every serious 4WD camper needs a brilliant canopy setup. We’re excited to announce that Enerdrive has come to the party with a market leading 4WD canopy setup.

Who Is Enerdrive?

Enerdrive started life as a company called Advance Trident Limited, which mostly served the marine industry. However, in 2008, the company changed leadership, name and direction.

Now, it is not only a leading supplier of independent power products, but also designs and manufactures its own line of independent power products, including eLITE & ePRO battery monitors, dual battery kits, inverter chargers and ePOWER battery chargers.

Introducing Enerdrive Canopy Systems:

In a market first, Enerdrive has created three compact power solutions to operate all of the electrical equipment that is located in 4WD canopies, Caravans & Trailer Campers, from a simple fridge or lights setup to a full-on power station.

There are three models in the range: The Explorer, The Traveller and The Adventurer.

All three can be paired with any brand or model of battery, such as AGM, gel or lithium. Plus, all systems are pre-wired by Enerdrive where possible, so you only need to sort out the cabling for load outputs, battery connection, and vehicle/solar/tank inputs.

No matter which system you choose, it comes built into a compact box which is designed to mount on either the front or rear bulkheads of the canopy.

Take A Look At The Models To Find The Right One For You:

The Explorer:

If you just need a minimum power option, The Explorer is for you. In one neat package, the kit contains an Enerdrive ePOWER DC2DC40, vehicle/solar charger, and battery monitor (you can choose between ePRO Plus battery monitor, Simarine battery monitor or Simarine Battery Monitor & Quad Shunt Module). There’s even a battery reset button just in case you need to kick start your flat battery from the DC2DC charger.

To make life easy, it comes with 4 pre-wired circuit breakers for main power equipment and 4 Contura switches for lights and auxiliary loads. You also get pre-wired battery and fridge Anderson plugs.

Finally, you can get twin USB 2.4A Hi Amp sockets to charge your mobile devices. Or you can opt for or a 12v output socket.

Okay one more thing we have to mention, Enerdrive have also released this system with the option to add on a 125Ah or 200Ah lithium battery for the ultimate setup!

The Traveller:

Next up, The Traveller is a top option when you want more power plus AC charging ability. This system comes with everything in The Explorer kit, plus some added extras – the most important being an ePOWER 12V 40A Battery Charger.

As standard, this pack comes with a Simarine Battery Monitor, but you can choose to swap it out for an ePRO Plus battery monitor or Simarine Battery Monitor and Quad Shunt Module if you prefer.

Like the Explorer, you also get the option to choose to add a 125Ah or 200Ah Lithium Battery with this bundle as well!

Add a 200Ah Lithium Battery by Enerdrive to your Explorer System for the ultimate off-grid power!

The Adventurer:

For the ultimate 4WD canopy setup, buy The Adventurer. This includes all of the components in The Traveller plus an ePOWER 2000W 12V Pure Sine Wave Inverter with RCD & AC Transfer Switch.

Enerdrive also throws in 4 additional circuits breakers for air/water pumps, the main system and inverter Hi-Amp circuit breakers.

Looking for the best off-grid bundle on the market? Add a 200Ah or 300Ah Lithium Battery to the Adventurer System!

Our Verdict:

No doubt about it – Enerdrive is pushing into new territory for 4×4 canopy setups. We think that the systems are a cut above and will make powering your caravan, camper trailer or 4WD adventures easier than ever. 

Want to know more? Check out the Enerdrive Canopy Systems on our website or call our product experts on 1300 400 122!

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