- Compact: With an ultra-light weight of 33 kg
- Practical: Straightforward installation with tried-and-tested quick mounting system
- Easy: No need for TÜV approval, installation does not require drilling or welding
|Max. hill climbing ability||15 % for a caravan with a weight of 1,800 kg|
|Power supply||12 V|
|Max. power consumption||120 A|
|Average power consumption||20 A|
|Weight||34 kg (incl. cross actuation device)|
You can buy the GO2 manoeuvring assistant at any specialist dealer.
Generally speaking, the GO2 manoeuvring assistant can be installed on most caravan models. The relevant dimensional specifications are listed in our installation instructions. If you have any further questions, please contact your specialist dealer.
In principle, you can install the manoeuvring assistant yourself by following the installation instructions. However, we recommend you to have the GO2 moving system installed by a manoeuvring assistant specialist.
The manoeuvring assistant should preferably be installed in front of the axle, but can also be installed behind the axle under special circumstances (e.g. lack of space). Only the bolts that are provided must be used to secure the manoeuvring assistant (or the add-on parts provided as special accessories).
For any query concerning service or warranty please contact the specialist dealer where you bought the manoeuvring assistant.
We recommend the use of so-called drive and lighting batteries. Gel batteries and round cell batteries are also suitable. These batteries are designed for high power demands and have an extremely long service life. The maximum power consumption of the manoeuvring assistant on the steepest incline
and carrying the maximum weight is 120 A. The correct choice of battery depends on the time and the scope of use (other consumers in the caravan). For operating the manoeuvring assistant we recommend usual batteries with a capacity of approx. 60 Ah or more. The Optima Yellow Top battery from Johnson Controls with 55 Ah is a top quality alternative solution.
We recommend to remove the battery from the vehicle and to proceed as follows:
- Lead batteries must always be stored fully charged.
- Batteries must be charged in a cool, dry place (too high a temperature can cause more damage to fully charged batteries than too low a temperature).
- The battery charge must be topped up every 2 months (24-hour charging).