Camping is all about spending some time in nature away from the hustle and bustle of urban living. Blue skies, fresh air, cheerful bird sounds and wonderful landscapes, all the amazing gifts of worthy of admiration and all you have to do to explore this magical natural beauty is take out your caravan and embark on a camping adventure with your family. With all the amazing camping spots out country has to offer, choosing a location for your camping holiday shouldn’t be difficult at all. From the breathtaking Adelaide Hills to the vivid Daintree National Park, know for its diverse wildlife.
Australian indeed has some of the wildest and most picturesque areas for enjoying in a thrilling outdoor adventure with your family. Once you found the perfect location, the next step is to prepare your caravan for the trip. Caravans are like small portable houses that should be equipped to provide the basic comforts of city living in the wild. In addition to cleaning thoroughly the interior of your caravan, you also need to find the best way to power all your appliances you plan to take with you on the campsite.
There are some important things every camper should know about running domestic appliances in caravans. First, it’s essential to know that homes and caravans are power in a very different way. While the electrical current required to power your caravan is 15amps, your home is run on 10amps supply. This means that to power your domestic appliances properly on the campsite you need a 15 Amp to 10 Amp adaptor. This is a device that allows you to safely connect your caravan to mains power. This type of adaptor is deigned to connect a 15amp power cord to a standard 10amp power point.
A common misconception is that an adaptor can convert a 10amp into a 15amp supply. The function of all adaptors is actually quite different. They come with a circuit breaker, whose main function is to prevent the power supply point from delivering more than 10amps to the caravan. This basically means that the 15 Amp to 10 Amp adaptor can prevent a 10A circuit from overloading with a 15A circuit.
There are a few important features to keep in mind when choosing an adaptor for your caravan. First, make sure you purchase one that comes with a valid warranty and is certified to be used according to Australian standards. Also, check whether the power adaptor system includes a Residual Current Device (RCD), which is designed to instantly shut down the adaptor during a current leak, thus preventing high-voltage shocks and burns.
After you’ve equipped your caravan with a quality adaptor, all left to do is pack your camping essentials and embark on a fun adventure into the wild and discover all the dazzling beauties of the natural kingdom.