Truma Combi 6 E
Combination heater with integrated heating elements for large vehicles
- With integrated heating elements: runs in gas, electric or mixed mode
- Fast, even water heating in a very short time
- Very low power consumption
- Lightweight and compact, allowing various installation options
- In hot water mode, water can be heated independently of the space heater
Facts about the Combi heater
More details about Truma Combi 6 E
Truma Combi 6 E is a warm air heater with integrated hot water generator. It’s different from Truma Combi 6 due to its integrated electric heating elements. These allow you to run the heater in gas, electrical or mixed mode. For stationary use at camp sites, you can run the Combi heater with the 12V power supply unit without the vehicle battery.
All you have to do is set your preferred temperature on the digital control panel and leave the rest to the powerful fans in the Truma Combi 6 E. They distribute warm air evenly throughout the vehicle through four air outlets. If the water tank is filled, water is heated at the same time. In summer, you can heat just the water without using the space heater. At temperatures below 3 °C, the FrostControl drain valve opens and automatically drains the tank. The water is drained intermittently so that the drain doesn’t freeze.
Combi 6 E is not only powerful and economical, it can also be installed flexibly in any vehicle and requires little space.
- Intuitive operation of Truma Combi 6 E with the digital CP plus iNet ready control panel
- Automatic climate control possible in combination with a Truma air conditioner
- FrostControl drain valve integrated (requires no electricity)
How to operate the Combi heater
Truma Combi 6 E: Operating instructions and more downloads
- Operating / Installation instructions Truma CP plus (10.17 MB)
- Operating Instructions Combi (E) (3.96 MB)
- Installation Instructions Combi (E) (5.66 MB)
- Operating Instruction CP 25 UK (843.89 kB)
- Installation Instruction CP 25 Analogue (124.14 kB)
- Installation Instruction CP 25 UK (918.93 kB)
- Brochure Heating systems for cosy warmth (2.06 MB)
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Do you have any questions about the Truma Combi 6 E?
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- 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?
- Do I use less gas when I run the Truma Combi 6 E in gas / electrical mode?
- How does the Truma Combi 6 E work in gas / electrical mode and why are there two levels?
- 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 6 E
Find suitable accessories for your Truma Combi 6 E. For example, heat your awning with the warm air from your caravan heater with a suitable kit.
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