Whether you spend your free time on the waterways while traveling, exploring the tourist areas, in the wilderness with no access to the grid or at a cottage we can provide photovoltaic power for you. The energy of the sunlight is stored in a battery that provides electricity whenever needed.
The electrification of cottages have grown in popularity and the Naps BigPack systems make it possible to have all the comforts of your home in the cottage.
Naps leisure solutions have been designed and implemented with the experience of 36 years and over 50,000 leisure time systems delivered in Finland. The photovoltaic solutions are specially designed for boats, caravans, camper vans, or independent off-grid systems. At the heart of our design is the durability especially in Northern areas, long-lasting and stable photovoltaic system. In leisure time it is important to enjoy leisure time and not to use it to worry about the operation of the solar system. Therefore, the Naps systems only contain high-quality components.
In larger leisure photovoltaic systems the Naps' solutions for home are often used.
The centerpiece of the system is the high quality and high efficiency Naps self-made solar module. The solar module is designed to take into account the low light conditions in Finland and at the same time withstand the harsh winter so that the module does not need to be taken away for example in a summer cottage.
Naps uses Exide's top quality batteries with more than 20 years of experience. Properly designed and maintained battery life is likely to last for more than 10 years. The control center or more familiarly the controller, is the brain of the system. A high-quality, properly-functioning controller ensures at the same time that enough electricity is available and that the batteries are properly charged. Proper battery charging is a key issue for their life cycle.
Leisure systems often work with 12V DC and Naps' selection includes for example high-quality 12V DC fridge / freezers and lamps. We also provide systems with the same operating voltage as the home systems (230V AC). Then an inverter is connected to the system.