2018 Range Rover

AUXILIARY POWER SOCKETS

Standard wheelbase vehicle:
CAUTION

Only use approved accessories. Using any other equipment may damage the vehicles's electrical system. If in any doubt, contact a retailer or authorised repairer.

CAUTION

The engine should be running when using accessories for long periods. Failure to do so, can discharge the vehicle's battery.

NOTES

Power sockets can be used to power approved accessories that use a maximum of 120 Watts.

  1. 12V power socket located inside the upper glovebox.

  2. 5V USB socket inside the deep stowage.

  3. 12V power sockets and two 5V USB sockets inside the cubby box.

    NOTES

    The vehicle might be fitted with a cigar lighter depending on vehicle specification. It is not recommended to use the cigar lighter as a 12V charger.

  4. Two 12V power sockets and two 5V USB sockets.

    NOTES

    The vehicle might be fitted with a domestic power socket depending on vehicle specification. The high voltage power outlet is located under a flap at the rear of the centre console.

  5. 12V power socket in the loadspace.

    NOTES

    The vehicle might also be fitted with a domestic power socket depending on vehicle specification.

Vehicles with an executive armrest:

A pair of 5V USB sockets is located inside the executive armrest depending on vehicle specification.

To access the USB sockets:

  1. Press the fold button to fold down the armrest.

  2. Press the release button on the underside of the upper lid to lift up the lid.

  3. The 5V USB sockets are located inside the executive armrest storage.

Vehicles with domestic power sockets:
WARNING

Do not plug any adapters into the domestic power sockets. Improper use can result in serious injury or fire.

WARNING

Do not keep electrical devices plugged in the power outlet when the device is not in use. Improper use can result in serious injury or death.

WARNING

Always keep the plug cover closed when is not in use. Improper use can result in serious injury or death.

WARNING

Do not insert conductive materials, such as a metal pins into the contacts of the domestic power socket. Inserting conductive materials into the contacts can cause serious injury or death.

WARNING

Do not spill liquid over the sockets. Spilling liquid over the sockets can cause serious injury or death.

WARNING

Make sure the sockets are completely dry before being used. Using wet power sockets may result in electrocution, serious injury or death.

WARNING

Do not use extension leads. Extension leads may disable the safety protection within the system.

CAUTION

Do not insert objects other than an approved accessory plug into the high voltage power outlet. Using any other accessory may damage the vehicles's electrical system. If in any doubt, contact a retailer or authorised repairer.

CAUTION

Heavy appliances or plugs can damage the mounting of the high voltage power outlets if the appliances or plugs are suspended directly from the sockets.

CAUTION

The engine should be running when using accessories for long periods. Failure to do so can discharge the battery.

CAUTION

Any device connected to the domestic power sockets only operates when rated at or below 120 Watts and the ignition is switched on.

CAUTION

Heavy appliances or plugs can damage the mounting of the domestic power socket if they are suspended directly from the socket.

There are up to two domestic power sockets in the vehicle, depending on the vehicle’s specification.

  1. Pull up the flap to access the domestic power socket at the rear of the centre console.

  2. Power outlet located in the loadspace.

    NOTES

    The high voltage power outlets can be either 230 V or 110 V depending on the vehicle’s specification.

Domestic power sockets can be used to power approved accessories that use a maximum of 120 Watts. If the vehicle is fitted with two domestic power sockets, the maximum combined operating current for both devices is 120W. The domestic power socket may turn off power if the 120 Watt limit is exceeded.

The LED on the domestic power socket illuminates in the following cases:

  • Amber LED: Illuminates when current is being supplied to the plug and the plug is powering the electrical device that is plugged in.

  • Red LED: Illuminates when a failure has been detected. A failure can either happen when the consumption of the electrical device exceeds 120W or the device has a short circuit.

If the LED is off when an electrical device is plugged in, the inverter is not working. In this case, switch off the vehicle ignition and re-start the engine.

NOTES

If a malfunction has occurred, the socket switches off automatically in the event of an overload of overheating or excessive power use. The socket switches on again automatically after the socket has cooled down. Appliances already connected and switched on activate automatically.

NOTES

The power supply may drop out during start-stop engine cycle. It may be appropriate to disable the start-stop cycle while driving if using a games console.