Truma Combi 4 E
Combination heater with integrated heating elements
Truma Combi 4 E combines all the benefits of Combi 4 with those of an electric heater. As opposed to Truma Combi 4, it also has integrated heating elements. This allows you to run the heater at camp sites with the 12V power supply unit without the vehicle battery. Combi 4 E uses very little electricity. The heater runs in gas mode for self-sufficient use, in electrical mode at the camp site and in mixed mode when outside temperatures are low. In summer, Truma Combi 4 E heats just the water without running the space heater.
- With integrated heating elements for additional electrical mode
- Heats the vehicle and water very quickly
- Uses little energy
More details about Truma Combi 4 E
Like all Combi models, Truma Combi 4 E also combines space and water heating in one appliance. The heater provides comfortable warmth in your vehicle in just a few minutes. It also heats the water that you need for showering, washing dishes or washing your hands. And the best thing about it: you only have to install one appliance in your caravan or motor home. This saves space and weight: as opposed to an S heater, there are no obstacles that you have to walk around in your vehicle.
The temperature in the vehicle is infinitely adjustable with a digital control panel. In combination with the Truma iNet Box, you can switch on your Truma Combi 4 E remotely with the Truma App on your smartphone.
- Many installation options as it is extremely lightweight and compact
- The warm air from Combi 4 E is distributed optimally via four air outlets
- Gas, electrical and mixed modes are possible
- Digital CP plus iNet ready control panel: automatic climate control in combination with a Truma air conditioner
- FrostControl automatically empties the water tank in cold weather
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FAQs about Truma Combi 4 E
Things you should know about the Truma Combi 4 E heater for caravans and motor homes. Simply click a question.
- The fault 507, 516 or 517 appears in the display of the digital control panel CP plus – what must I do?
- An error code is shown on the display of my digital CP plus control panel – how do I find out what it means?
- How does the Truma Combi heater work?
- Which Truma heaters can I retrofit with the digital CP plus iNet ready control panel?
- Does the water container of the Truma Combi heater have to be decalcified or sterilised?
- Why does the circulating air motor keep running when the Truma Combi heater is switched off?
- Can I also heat the living area with my Truma Combi heater if it is not filled with water?
- In summer, can the Truma Combi heater heat just water without heating the living area?
- With the Combi (E), can a warm air outlet or warm air duct be completely closed off?
- How must the exhaust duct of my Truma heater be installed and what needs to be considered with the exhaust gas system?
- Do Truma LPG heaters require maintenance?
- Can Truma heaters also be operated while I’m driving?
- May I install a Truma heater in the awning?
- Can Truma heaters also be installed in mobile homes?
- Can a Truma heater also be installed, for example, in a portacabin, etc.?
- Does the heat exchanger of a Truma LPG heater have to be replaced after a certain time?
Accessories for Truma Combi 4 E
Find suitable accessories for your Truma Combi 4 E. For example, a coordinated modular system ensures optimum warm air distribution.
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