Originally Posted by Tonny LR
Does ETI has to make any electrical alterations to meet European standard? I know most of the European countries run on 110V except England uses 240V. Thanks
I have to say no ETI does not do that. Understandable though, ETI has to comply to Canadian and USA standards since that is their targeted market.
I think you mixed up the voltages. Most of the European Countries use 220-240V 50 Hz, i'm not sure what England uses.
So we have to make the changes ourself. As things look right now, we need to change the axle and brakes, do some fiddling on the rear lights, get a transformator for the fridge, replace the main circuit breakers, replace the battery charger, that's it more or less. Oh yeah, we do need to change the kingpin coupling too. Since Canadian stuff has no European compliance.
So we have to replace a perfectly fine kingpin with a new one which is exactly the same but wit a EU sticker on it....
Ah well, as long as you are having fun eh?
Severinus and Yvonne