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Kampa SabreLink 150 Starter Kit

Ref No: LG1031
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Main Description

An exciting new accessory for your tent, the SabreLink lighting system ensures you're never in the dark. The system allows you to link up to three lights together thats 450 LED's. Each of our AirFrame awnings is SabreLink ready and can accept lights on the front AirPoles and also the centre poles. An Ace Air Pro 400, for example could have three lights along the front and another three in the centre.

Each system is controlled using a remote control that allows you to switch the lights on and off and also dim and brighten them. In our poled awnings the lights can be hung from the horizontal poles using the'S' hooks provided.

Key Features:

  • Available as starter and add on kits
  • Up to three lights can link together
  • Operated using a remote control
  • Brigthness can be adjusted
  • Velcro tabs on all Kampa AIR awnings from 2016 for easy fittiing (Caravan and Static Motorhome awnings)
  • 150 super bright LED bulbs-never replacing
  • 5 metre cable (Starter kit)
  • Complete with mains adapter in starter kit (UK and EURO plug versions)
  • S-hooks included for other awnings and tents
  • Optional 12v adapter available

SabreLink 150 Starter Kit-Part Code: LG1031

How to measure for the size of your awning

How to measure for the size of your awning

  1. 1. Ensure your caravan is on a level standing.
  2. 2. Get a piece of string or tape measure. Using the string/tape measure, measure from front ground level around the awning rail and back down to the ground level at the back. Take the measurements in centimeters.