Aliner introduced what it says is the first folding camper to be entirely powered by solar and electric sources.
The Aliner Amp is on display at the America’s Largest RV Show in Hershey, Pennsylvania, this week.
The Amp has two state-of-the-art, 400-watt solar panels seamlessly integrated into its dormer roof. The panels provide power to all the trailer’s functions with need for a generator or plugging in to shore power.
Aliner President and CEO Brett Randall said: “We continue to be dedicated to helping our customers get the best camping experience possible. Part of our company vision is to create products made with sustainable components for the long-term benefit of the planet. Getting our clients fully off the grid with our camping trailers was a natural next step, and we are happy to be leading the way with the solar-powered Amp.”
The Aliner Amp has a standard Ecoflow Complete Plug and Play 48-volt power system, as well as a 5,000-watt-hour LFP lithium battery with expansion space for two additional cells. The system powers the onboard LED lights, the climate system, an induction cooking range and numerous charging ports.
The Amp can be towed by most mid-sized SUVs and comfortably sleeps up to four consumers. The Amp has a queen bed and a twin bed and includes a standard toilet and hidden indoor shower.
Like all Aliner products, the Amp is manufactured with sustainable materials and a quality assurance process, the company said.