The vehicle has been developed to offer utility and luxury in the most far-out, off-grid locations in the Australian Outback – with this, it needs to accommodate a family of eight!
A groundbreaking feat of engineering like the SLRV Commander has a large electrical load requirement… Efficiency and reliability are paramount.
So Bruce Loxton (CTO) at Safiery Pty put his thinking hat on to design the best electrical generation, storage and distribution to service the needs of the SLRV clientele – with this, Integrel was chosen to provide the power generation.
It’s been a very interesting project, so much so, the vehicle has been picked up by Lonely Planet’s editorial team, read more here: https://www.lonelyplanet.com/articles/family-double-decker-camper-van?fbclid=IwAR2k4ZUdFX2jhfyMPHzfOet_QXYjjTEiA0bejz5EA1KG4NvfabkEaLNH0hs
To find out more about the process, speak to Bruce Loxton @ Safiery.