More operating ease, more individuality, a more pleasant climate: The new Truma Combi heater stands out thanks to the many new functions and benefits. Customers with existing Truma Combi devices in their vehicles do not need to go without this added comfort: Truma now offers a retrofit option that can be used to upgrade all Combi heater series produced since 2007. "All that you need to do is fit the CP plus control panel and exchange the control unit PCB of the heater," explains project manager Stephan Koch. The customer can obtain the new LCD display Truma CP plus including a 12 V connection and a 6 m control panel cable from our dealers. The PCB is not included in the package, this is replaced directly by the Truma dealer or service partner. "This is to ensure that the installation is carried out by a professional and that the heater works correctly."
The retrofit option is also interesting for customers with new vehicles. The current Truma heater is already installed in the models of the season 2013/2014. "Some manufacturers however still install the older analogue Combi control panel into their vehicles," says Koch. "Whilst the customers have a new Combi device with a new PCB on board, they cannot use the new functions with the old control knob." Customers can recognise the new Combi heater by its modern black housing. In this case, only the LCD display, but not the PCB needs to be retrofitted to make full use of the convenience and comfort of the new Combi generation.
Whether you have an existing device or a new Combi with an old control panel – retrofitting is worthwhile. The new control panel Truma CP plus will be available from dealers as of September 2013.
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