Small fladscreen TV, perfect for the caracan, vacation house, truck, boat, kids room etc. Some models are for direct 12V power connection, others just with 230V.
Which TV should you choose for a caravan?
Several questions arise when you have decided that you can never quite do, without a TV in the caravan, boat, mobile home, summerhouse, cottage or similar. First of all, the most important thing is to have the right size and, of course, the signal recipient type needed. Often the space is limited in a boat or caravan to a TV, unless you have an awning on the carriage and thereby more space. Many people choose a 19- or 24 inch TV as they are only approx. 45 -60 cm. wide and fits into small areas of a caravan, boat or truck.
What antenna signal should the TV be able to receive?
Should the flat screen be able to run on 12 volts (battery) or just 230 volts of solid current?
If you travel a lot with your caravan, mobile home, camping bus or boat, and want to be able to watch TV all the time, then it a must with 12 Volt supply from the low voltage mains of the car, boat, etc. If, on the other hand, you decide on a caravan, you can easily settle for one that only has 230V, and thus also have the opportunity to go up in TV size. But since you are mobile and usually only have 12V as a power source, we always recommend a TV with 12 Volt power supply. Look for the 12V logo below the products.
See our entire selection of TVs below, which are of course all approved for the latest DVB-T2 and DVB-C standard, as well as often also DVB-S2. Do you want streaming option, ie Smart TVs for flat screens, we recommend investing in a ChromeCast or Apple TV (requires 230V e.g. through a power inverter) as these are often better updated continuously.