Option 1 :

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5amp Ciga DC Plug and Charge portable kit, suitable to use on any ciga socket rated a minimum of 10amp, which is most vehicles. This will give the nomad a stable 5amp charger while on the go without the need for any further wiring or complex install. Simply plug into the ciga socket and connect to the Nomad and you have an instant dual to supply 5amp while driving. Just ensure that the ciga socket is off when the car is turned off or the charger will still draw current from the car, most cars auxiliary sockets are off when the car is off. Can also be run from a 24volt ciga 10amp max.  RRP $120 (Use image below

Option 2 :

10amp Ciga DC Plug and Charge portable kit, suitable to use on any ciga socket rated a minimum of 15-20amp, which are in many of the modern 4wd and trucks. This will give the nomad a stable 10amp charger while on the go without the need for any further wiring or complex install. Simply plug into the ciga socket and connect to the Nomad and you have an instant dual to supply 5amp while driving. Just ensure that the ciga socket is off when the car is turned off or the charger will still draw current from the car, most cars auxiliary sockets are off when the car is off. Also suitable for 24-volt system ciga sockets. RRP $150 (Use image below

Option 3 : Anderson to DC (10 or 20) amp to Anderson Charge Kit.

10 amp or 20 amp Anderson to DC (10 or 20 amp) to Anderson double fused is a great way to install a robust heavy duty dual battery charger when you already have the suitable cabling to the back of a vehicle or van either from the crank battery or from a VSR. Alternatively you may have your auto electrician install heavy duty cabling, at least 6mm through to an anderson from which the charger adapter kit simply connects to. RRP $150 – $190

Option 4 :

10 amp or 20amp DCDC Dual battery Kit, this kit comes with all the cabling, fuses and holders, Andersons plugs, lugs, heat shrink, for a full dual DIY set up for a more permanent install. Please note that the kit does not contain a VSR (voltage-sensitive relay) so you need to be aware that if you do a direct install that the charge will still draw current if the nomad is connected and the car is off. You simply need to add a VSR which will cut in and out when the car is on and off, talk to your auto electrician if you are unsure. Or contact us for further advice or information on the DIY setups.