Solar Ready RV Solar Kit (SRRV) 

Solar Ready RV’s have Zamp Solar Ports pre-installed and ready to charge and maintain RV batteries.

If you see a sticker that says the RV or Camper is ‘Solar Ready’ then that RV has had the Zamp Solar port(s) and the wiring pre-installed. There are two main ports that are being installed on RV’s – a single Zamp Solar Port and a Zamp Solar 3 Port Roof Cap. If either of these have been installed that camper can take advantage of our SRRV kits that have the required equipment to harness the power of the sun.

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3 Port Solar Roof Cap

This is a Zamp Solar Pre-Wired 3 Port Solar Roof Cap. Certain RV’s come with this roof port pre-installed and have the ability to accept up to 500 Watts of Zamp Solar POWER!

Solar Ready RV’s with a 3 Port Solar Roof Cap have the hardest part of the installation done – running the main wire through the cabin and to the battery. The only installation left is to mount and wire the solar panels, mount and wire the solar charge controller and connect to the battery.

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Single Roof Mount Solar Port

This is a Zamp Solar Roof Solar Port. Some RV’s are equipped with a single roof port that allows the connection of one Zamp Solar panel or Zamp Solar Portable Solar System that has been prewired with a Zamp Solar Solar Plug.

It’s important to note that if you plan to add more solar panels in the future, the solar charge controller must be able to handle the load of the panels. If it’s likely that more panels will be installed, a 30 amp solar charge controller should be used.

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Single Wall Mount Solar Port

This is a Zamp Solar Side Wall Solar Port. Some RV’s are equipped with a single wall port that allows the connection of one Zamp Solar Portable Solar System that has been prewired with a Zamp Solar Solar Plug.

It’s important to note that if you plan to add more solar panels in the future, the solar charge controller must be able to handle the load of the panels. If it’s likely that more panels will be installed, a 30 amp solar charge controller should be used.