Manoeuvring system for twin-axle caravans up to 3100 kilograms
Among the manoeuvring systems, Mover XT4 is the powerhouse for heavyweights. It is especially suitable for large, heavy twin-axle caravans weighing up to 3100 kilograms. The highly efficient motors require very little battery capacity: a 55 Ah Optima battery is sufficient for the Mover XT4. The brushless motors are also very light.
- 100 per cent directional stability – on any surface
- Automatic stop function and roll-back block for your safety
- Easy to steer with the remote control
- At just 60 kilograms, it is the lightest manoeuvring system in its class
More details about Mover XT4
Swivel the drive rollers on and off easily at the push of a button. Then use the remote control to manoeuvre your caravan precisely, safely and smoothly even in tight spaces. If you operate the slide control and control knob at the same time, the Mover XT4 moves in a circle, the radius is just 10.8 metres and it takes just 90 seconds to rotate the caravan. Because of its two axles, the caravan cannot be rotated around its own axis.
Truma Dynamic Move Technology – continuous comparison of the target and actual speed of the motors – ensures maximum manoeuvring precision and eXTreme directional stability also in Mover XT4. The system easily handles obstacles on one side and uneven surfaces.
- Handles inclines of up to ten per cent and normal levelling ramps (short-term loads)
- Smooth steering and acceleration thanks to Truma Dynamic Move Technology
- Extremely accurate manoeuvring
- Powerful, brushless DC motors
- Compact, lightweight design so that you can carry more in your caravan
Mover XT4: Operating instructions and more downloads
- Installation Operating Instructions Mover XT4 (10.22 MB)
- Information Remote Control Mover XT (409.36 kB)
- Short instructions to accompany the operating instructions Mover XT / Mover XT2 / Mover XT4 (1.89 MB)
- Installation overview Mover (1.31 MB)
- Brochure Manoeuvring systems for relaxed travelling (1.71 MB)
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FAQs about Mover XT4
In the FAQs you can read answers to frequently asked questions and discover things you should know about the Mover XT4 manoeuvring system. Simply click a question.
- When I charge the battery of the Mover XT must I insert the plug of the safety socket or not?
- When I charge the battery of the Mover XT must I switch the battery cut-off switch on or off?
- What happens if the distance between the Mover control unit and the battery is less than 40 centimetres?
- How do I protect the battery of my caravan manoeuvring system against deep discharge?
- After installation or replacement, oil leaks from the gearbox unit of the Mover – why?
- Can a Mover be used as an anti-theft device?
- The red warning triangle symbol (LED 3) of the Mover remote control flashes four times – what does that mean?
- How do I restart my Mover after self-deactivation?
- Do I have to charge the battery of the Mover during winter or even remove it from the vehicle?
- Why does Truma recommend installing the Mover in front of the vehicle's axle?
- Can a manually swivelling Mover be converted to an electric swivelling Mover?
- Which battery do I need to run the Mover?
- How do I know whether I can install the Mover on my caravan?
Accessories for Mover XT4
Find suitable accessories for your Mover XT4 – from Mover PowerSet to suitable installation brackets.
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