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Using the CamperTrolley

How steep of an incline can the CamperTrolley climb?

Generally, the CamperTrolley CT1500 can handle up to a 20% incline when moving a 1,500 kg caravan. This also applies on grass and gravel.

The CamperTrolley has been tested on many different surfaces, and it is clear that the nature of the surface has a big influence on how much of a slope the CamperTrolley can handle.

Why isn’t the CamperTrolley mounted on the ball coupling?
The reason for mounting the CamperTrolley as close as possible to the gas case is to increase the weight on the CamperTrolley.

In normal operating conditions, the ball pressure is approx. 75 kg. This pressure increases the farther back on the trailer you move.

CamperTrolley needs as much weight as possible to grip the surface and transfer its force properly.

That is why CamperTrolley should be mounted as closely as possible to the gas case.

Why is my remote control suddenly not working?

Before the remote control can work with the trolley, the units must be paired.

Depending on the type, this pairing between the units can disappear if the batteries in the remote control have been replaced or if the start button on the trolley has been activated too long.

See the section: How do I pair my remote control with the trolley?

Why is my remote control not working as well as it used to?
The remote control uses two batteries and these may be flat.

Remove the cover on the back of the unit and replace the batteries.

Remember to pair the units again after replacing the batteries.

See the section: How do I pair my remote control with the trolley?

How do I pair my remote control with the CamperTrolley?
The CamperTrolley comes with two different controllers that are paired differently.

Paring the 866MHz controller:
This controller is found in all CT2200 units and CT1500 units, 2nd generation and earlier. These CT1500s can be recognised by the solar cell mounted on them.

1. Press the trolley’s start button while pressing the forward button on the remote control. Keep both buttons pressed for 5-10 seconds, until there is a little jolt or the trolley’s lamp flashes.

The units are now paired.

Pairing the 2.4GHz controller:

This controller is found on all CT2500 and all CT1500G3 models, which can be identified by the lack of a solar cell.

1. Turn on the remote control.

2. Press the lower right button on the remote control. At the same time, press the upper right button. Keep holding both buttons until the green lamp on the remote control begins to flash. Keep holding the buttons for another 5 seconds and then release both buttons.

The light will now go out. Continue to the next step.

3. Press the start button on the trolley and keep pressing until the green lamp on the trolley begins to flash. Keep pressing the button until the green lamp flashes faster. Continue to the next step.

4. While the green lamp is still flashing on the trolley, turn on the remote control again. The remote control will now flash for 1-2 seconds. When it stops flashing, the green lamp will remain lit.

The units are now paired.

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