Campervan manufacturer Westfalia has chosen to use Eberspaecher’s heating systems in the latest iteration of its James Cook model. The fourth-generation camper is equipped with Hydronic S3 Economy as standard. The Plugtronic electrical heating system can also be added as part of the optional Westfalia 4-Season Comfort Package.
In the new James Cook, Westfalia relies on two components from the Esslingen-based climate control experts. The Hydronic S3 Economy Diesel heater, which is controlled via CI-BUS, forms the basis of this heating design. For trips to colder regions, the James Cook can be fitted with the optional Westfalia 4-Season Comfort Package, which includes the Plugtronic electrical heater.
When the engine is not running, the heater can be plugged into a power grid (230 volts) – at a campground during the night, for example – to provide silent heating of the vehicle due to its electrical operation.