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Truma VarioHeat comfort

For camping vehicles

The Truma VarioHeat comfort is a powerful and extremely compact heater for vans, residential vehicles and caravans. It belongs to a new generation of heaters with improved Truma technology.

Powerful heating with three power levels
Heating power is regulated automatically, power levels adapt to the selected temperature
Low weight and compact dimensions for space-saving installation
Heat is evenly distributed via air outlets
Fast heat-up thanks to boost function
Precise and convenient setting on the digital control panel
Technical Details
Energy carrier
propane / butane
Service pressure
30mbar
Rated heat output
1300 W / 2800 W / 3700 W
Fuel consumption
100 g/h / 220 g/h / 290 g/h
Current consumption
0,65 A / 2,75 A / 5,4 A
Weight
approx. 5.5kg
Measurements (L x W x H)
400 x 284 x 123 mm

Highlights

The Truma VarioHeat comfort is a powerful and extremely compact heater for vans, residential vehicles and caravans. It belongs to a new generation of heaters with improved Truma technology. Heats your vehicle quickly and reliably in three power phases.

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FAQ

  • May I install a Truma heater in the awning?

    No.

    Our current appliances are approved only for recreational vehicles. Therefore, installation in an awning is unfortunately not allowed.

    But you can retrofit your Truma heater with an awning warmer. This directs the warm air from the existing caravan heater directly into the awning.

    Heaters that are already installed are protected by a grandfather clause.

  • Can Truma heaters also be operated while I’m driving?

    Yes, heating while driving is possible with Truma Combi and VarioHeat heaters.

    With Truma S and Trumatic S heaters, operating the heater while driving is possible only with a cowl top, which must be installed freely in the air flow. Truma recommends the cowl tops T-3 or T-2. Otherwise the flame can blow back and cause damage to the heater.

    The cowl top must protrude at least 10 cm above roof attachments, such as roof boxes, ski or luggage racks so that the heater works properly.

    For heating while driving, Directive UN ECE R 122 for motor homes and caravans specifies a safety shut-off device. The Truma MonoControl CS gas pressure regulation system fulfils this requirement. Throughout Europe, a type-tested LPG heater may be used while driving (according to Directive UN ECE R 122) if the system includes this regulator with an appropriately configured gas installation. National regulations must be observed.