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Clarifying network regulations for 230V in a vehicle

By: PRLog

Easy access to clean and efficient power in vehicles. Auxiliary power without any need of engine idling.

ODENSE, Denmark - Jan. 25, 2024 - PRLog -- The all-in-one Lithium Power Supply (LPS) provides power to your 230 VAC and 12 VDC appliances without the complexities of additional equipment. Even when the vehicle is switched off, the LPS II will still recharge and power your tools.

For Clayton Power who produces the all-in-one LPS safety is very important. The LPS is designed with simplicity in mind. Simplicity when it comes to installation, use and of course safety.

Safety as you know it from your house
The LPS is designed, e.g. for use of power in a vehicle. As there is access to 12V and 230V, it is required to comply with a safety regulation. There are different regulations: TN network,
IT network or IT network with electrical separation.

TN network is most common in households in Europe. The LPS is designed to comply with the TN network regulation. The LPS has an RCD just like you have at home. Like at home, there is no need for extra equipment. The all-in-one LPS is safe to use when you receive it from Clayton Power.

The LPS is a certified product
The LPS has passed a series of test and complies with European norms and standards. KIWA which is an international agency has approved and certified the TN network of the LPS from Clayton Power. The safety level of the LPS is equivalent to safety in an ordinary European household.

The use of electrical equipment – both 12V DC and 230V AC - is safe no matter if you use it inside or outside the vehicle.

Full article on Clayton Power's website:


Anders Nielsen
+45 469 857 60

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