Choosing the Best 12v TV For Your Conversion Van

If you’re planning to be in your van full time or part time, having a TV can add a lot of comfort on the road. Rainy days happen, and so do sick days. When you’re looking to lay low and get some R&R it can be nice to have some entertainment. 

Conversion van TVs come in many different sizes, budget ranges and with varying tech. In this guide I’ll review the 12 best conversion van TV options as well as a buying guide overview so you can decide which features are best for you.

Best 12v TV For Van

The best 12v TV for a conversion van is the Feihe 22-inch TV. It can operate on 12v and 110v. While its weight is comparable to other 12v TVs, the Feihe uses almost half as much energy as similar units.

Feihe 12 Volt Television

Like its top competitors, the Feihe TV is also compatible with a streaming stick, has a high resolution 1080p LED screen and an HDMI port. However, it also has a built-in DVD player, can double as a second monitor for work and has built-in speakers and antenna tuners for local stations.

While it is not the absolute least expensive option, it’s still under $200 and only slightly more expensive than its inferior alternatives.

If you require a different size, it’s also available in 15.6 inches and 19 inches.

small 12v tv in a camper

How Can I Watch TV In My Van?

There are several ways to watch TV in your conversion van. The first thing you’ll need to decide is what type of screen or conversion van TV setup you want. The second thing you’ll need to figure out is how you connect to TV (via streaming, an antenna, etc).

The simplest way to watch TV in your camper van is with your laptop or iPad. This solution is great because you likely already have these items. Additionally, these devices can stream from services like Hulu and Netflix.

Lastly, they’re highly portable so you can watch TV from anywhere in your van, or even outside. However, you can’t work on your laptop and watch TV at the same time.

A more robust set up is to install a TV in your camper van. Conversion van TVs can be powered by 12 volts which make them the most efficient use of energy with your battery bank and electrical system.

Next, you need to consider how you’ll connect to TV networks to view your shows and movies. The easiest way to do this is with an antenna or with a streaming stick.

Antenna Tuner

A TV antenna will allow your conversion van TV to pick up network signals and display local channels for free.

The benefit here is that, aside from the cost of the antenna, the service is free.

However, the downside is that you’re limited to live TV, and you may not pick up a signal in more remote locations.

Streaming Stick

A streaming stick allows you to stream shows on-demand from your streaming networks, like Hulu, Amazon and Netflix.

The benefit to these is that the device is relatively inexpensive, plugs directly into your TV’s HDMI and USB ports, and allows you to play almost anything you want at any time.

The downside is that streaming devices require a wifi connection, and each streaming network has a monthly subscription fee. 

Personally, the streaming stick is my preferred method, and since I already have a wifi router in my van it’s easy to stream shows on my campervan TV.

12 Best TVs For Conversion Vans

When buying a TV for a camper van there are a few things to consider which wouldn’t apply to a regular household TV.

For example, your van is powered by a 12 volt system and a household is powered by a 110 volt system – you’ll want a conversion van TV which uses 12 volts so you don’t need to convert your power (requiring an inverter and a loss of ~20% power).

It’s also important to buy a durable TV which can withstand a lot of vibration from the road.

Below are the results of an in-depth review of TVs for vans. I’ve compared the top 12 best RV TV options for road life. In full transparency, not all of these products are recommended. TVs that I don’t recommend are still included in this comprehensive overview along with an explanation as to why they aren’t ideal for van life.

1. Feihe 22 Inch TV

Power Source: 12v and 110v
Watts: 18
Weight: 7.78 lbs
Streaming Stick Compatible: Yes
Screen Size: 22”
Screen Tech: LED
TV Dimensions: 0.78″D x 19.88″W x 14.17″H
Resolution: 1080p
HDMI Ports: 1 + 1 USB port
Budget: $–

Recommended!
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ (5/5 stars)

Feihe 12 volt telelvision

This little TV has it all – it’s a 12 volt TV for conversion vans and RVs that has 1080p resolution, low power consumption, can double as a computer monitor, and has both built-in speakers and antenna tuners for local stations. Oh, and if that wasn’t enough, it also has a built-in DVD player.

All that for under $200! Nothing else on this list of the best tv’s for conversion vans checks as many boxes as this fantastic tv does!

The biggest gripe I have about this TV is that you have to use 2 remotes – one to power on/off and adjust volume and source, and the second for your streaming stick of cable TV. 

Models are also available in 15.6 inches and 19 inches.

Pros:

✅ Ultra slim design
✅ Dual power (12v & 110v)
✅ Built-in DVD player
✅ Multiple size options
✅ LED screen
✅ Higher resolution (1080p)
✅ Great value
✅ Very low power consumption
✅ Can be used as second computer monitor

Cons:

❌ Not a smart TV
❌ Only 1 HDMI port

What’s In The Box?

110v adaptor power cord
12v car charging cord
Mounting legs
Remote

2. Supersonic 22-Inch

Power Source: 12v and 110v
Watts: 36
Weight: 7.1 lbs
Streaming Stick Compatible: Yes
Screen Size: 22”
Screen Tech: LED
TV Dimensions: 1.8″D x 21″W x 13.4″H
Resolution: 1080p
HDMI Ports: 1 + 1 USB port
Budget: $–

Recommended!
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ (5/5 stars)

tv for conversion van

This is a popular 12v TV with over 4-thousand reviews on Amazon. For a tv that can run on 12 volts this is a very affordable option. Also, the power consumption averages 36 watts which makes it one of the more energy efficient tv options for a conversion van.

Also in the pro’s column is its thickness (less than 2”) and its resolution (1080p). Additionally, this 12 volt television is available in 13”, 15.6”, 19”, 24” and 40”.

If you work from the road you’ll also enjoy the PC input setting which allows you to use this TV as a computer monitor via the HDMI port.

Unfortunately, even though this is marketed as a 12 volt tv it does not come with the cable required to run off a 12 volt system.

Pros:

✅ Slim design
✅ Dual power (12v & 110v)
✅ Multiple size options
✅ LED screen
✅ Higher resolution (1080p)
✅ Good value
✅ Can be used as second computer monitor

Cons:

❌ Not a smart TV
❌ Only 1 HDMI port
❌ 12v power cord not included

What’s In The Box?

110v adaptor power cord
Stand
Remote

3. SuperSonic 22 Inch TV with DVD Player

Power Source: 12v and 110v
Watts: 42
Weight: 5.9 lbs
Streaming Stick Compatible: Yes
Screen Size: 22”
Screen Tech: LED
TV Dimensions: 2″D x 170″W x 100″H
Resolution: 1080p
HDMI Ports: 1 + 1 USB port
Budget: $–

Recommended!
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ (5/5 stars) – If a DVD player is a must

SuperSonic 12v TV with DVD player

This model is very similar to the previous SuperSonic tv, except it includes a built-in DVD player for a slight increase in price.

Also available in 13.3 inches, 15 inches, 19 inches and 32 inches.

Pros:

✅ Slim design
✅ Dual power (12v & 110v)
✅ Multiple size options
✅ LED screen
✅ Higher resolution (1080p)
✅ Good value
✅ Built-in DVD player
✅ Lightweight

Cons:

❌ Not a smart TV
❌ Only 1 HDMI port
❌ Above average power consumption

What’s In The Box?

110v adaptor power cord
12v power cord
Stand
Remote

4. SYLVOX 12V TV – 24 inch

Power Source: 12v
Watts: 32
Weight: 7.1 lbs
Streaming Stick Compatible: Yes
Screen Size: 24”
Screen Tech: LED
TV Dimensions: 1.91″D x 21.6″W x 14.41″H
Resolution: 1080p
HDMI Ports: 1 + 1 USB port
Budget: $$-

Recommended!
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️* (4/5 stars) – For anyone specifically looking for a 1080p LED screen. Otherwise, there are comparable alternatives for less.

tv for conversion van

Sylvox puts out a great 12v tv for camper vans and RVs. The weight and energy use on this unit are average, along with the dimensions.

It’s worth noting that this unit comes in 1080p resolution and has an integrated HDTV (ATSC) antenna tuner. Don’t forget about the built-in DVD player, too!

This tv also comes in 22 inch, 22 inch SMART, 24 inch SMART, 27 inch, 27 inch SMART, 32 inch, 32 inch SMART options.

Pros:

✅ Slim design
✅ Integrated antenna
✅ Multiple size options
✅ LED screen
✅ Higher resolution (1080p)
✅ Built-in DVD player

Cons:

❌ Not a smart TV
❌ Only 1 HDMI port
❌ Pricy

What’s In The Box?

110v adaptor power cord
12v power cord
Stand
Remote

5. Free Signal Transit TV

Power Source: 12v and 110v
Watts: 39
Weight: 9.2 lbs
Streaming Stick Compatible: Yes
Screen Size: 28”
Screen Tech: LED
TV Dimensions: 2.5D x 25.1W x 15.5H
Resolution: 720p
HDMI Ports: 3 + 1 USB port
Budget: $$$

Recommended!
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️* (4/5 stars) – For touch off-roading conditions

free signal transit 12v TV for RV or camper

Free Signal TV specifically builds TVs for campers and RVs. Each TV is built to draw low power and withstand the harsher conditions of road life.

In fact, this television has “Flex-Environment” engineering which means it can withstand changes in temperature and humidity. It is also shock and vibration resistant.

Additional features of this TV include 3 HDMI ports (typically camper TVs have only 1 HDMI port) and multiple sizes available. It can also be purchased in 22 inch, 32 inch and 40 inch. If you prefer a smart TV, you can pay about $100 more and get one of their Transit Platinum series in 22 inch, 28 inch and 32 inch.

Free Signal TVs can also run on 110 volts and come with an adaptor so you can use this inside your home as well as your van. At only 2.5” thick this is one of the slimmer TV models.

Pros:

✅ Slim design
✅ Durable design
✅ Multiple size options
✅ LED screen
✅ Includes hardwire 12v power cable
✅ 3 HDMI ports

Cons:

❌ Not a smart TV
❌ Lower resolution (720p)
❌ Pricy

What’s In The Box?

110v adaptor power cord
12v power cord (cigarette plug)
Hardwire pigtail connector for 12 volts
Stand
Remote

6. Tyler Portable TV & Monitor with Rechargeable Lithium Battery

Power Source: 12v
Watts: 18
Weight: 4.97 lbs
Streaming Stick Compatible: Yes
Screen Size: 14”
Screen Tech: LCD
TV Dimensions: 6″D x 14″W x 14.1″H
Resolution: 1080p
HDMI Ports: 1 + 1 USB port
Budget: $–

Recommended!
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️* (4/5 stars) – For a small screen that’s highly portable

tyler portable 12v tv for camper or RV

Tyler offers another portable option for 12v tv’s. Although the Tyler model has a slightly smaller screen size compared to the Desobry model, it weighs significantly more at just under 5 lbs. 

However, it comes with two built-in antennas (ATSC and NTSC) and the built-in battery provides up to 4 hours of use.

Like the Desobry, the Tyler model comes with an innovative kickstand style mount. It also includes an additional tabletop mount.

Also available in 7 inches, 9 inches, 10 inches, 13 inches, and 16 inches.

Pros:

✅ Slim design
✅ Multiple size options
✅ Higher screen resolution (1080p)
✅ Rechargeable
✅ Lightweight

Cons:

❌ Not a smart TV
❌ LCD screen
❌ Only 1 HDMI port
❌ Small screen size

What’s In The Box?

110v adaptor power cord
12v power cord (cigarette plug)
Stand
Remote

7. Othoig 17 inch TV

Power Source: 12v and 110v
Watts: 18
Weight: 5.6 lbs
Streaming Stick Compatible: Yes
Screen Size: 17”
Screen Tech: LED
TV Dimensions: 1″D x 15.7″W x 12.8″H
Resolution: 720p
HDMI Ports: 1 + 1 USB port
Budget: $–

Recommended!
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️* (4/5 stars) – For anyone requiring a smaller screen

othoig 17 inch 12 volt tv

Othoig is one of the smallest, most energy efficient and thinnest tv’s for conversion vans on this list. It can operate on both 12v and 110v and it has an ATSC antenna. The best part about the antenna is that it’s not integrated into the TV so you can move it around (without moving the tv) to get the best signal.

For easy installation the stand comes with double stick tape on the bottom.

Pros:

✅ Slim design
✅ Dual power (12v & 110v)
✅ Adjustable antenna
✅ LED screen
✅ Good value
✅ Lightweight

Cons:

❌ Not a smart TV
❌ Lower resolution (720p)
❌ Only available in one size
❌ Only 1 HDMI port
❌ Small screen size

What’s In The Box?

110v adaptor power cord
12v power cord (cigarette plug)
ATSC antenna
Remote

8. Desobry Portable TV with Antenna

Power Source: 12v
Watts:
Weight: 1.87 lbs
Streaming Stick Compatible: Yes
Screen Size: 14.3”
Screen Tech: LCD
TV Dimensions: 1.18″D x 13.58″W x 8.46″H
Resolution: 1080p
HDMI Ports: 1 + 1 USB port
Budget: $–

Recommended!
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️* (4/5 stars) – For a small screen that’s highly portable

desoby portable camper van tv

Desobry offers a very compact and portable tv for RVs and camper vans. At less than 2 lbs and a screen smaller than 15 inches this feels like more of a tablet than a TV and offers a large amount of portability.

The package includes an ATSC antenna tuner, but as it’s not built-in you’re able to adjust the antenna to optimize signal without having to move your screen.

Desobry’s portable TV also includes an innovative kickstand mount that folds down for easy storage. Additionally, the rechargeable battery allows for this unit to be charged up and taken anywhere.

Pros:

✅ Slim design
✅ Adjustable antenna
✅ Rechargeable
✅ Lightweight
✅ Higher resolution (1080p)

Cons:

❌ Not a smart TV
❌ LCD screen
❌ Only available in one size
❌ Only 1 HDMI port
❌ Small screen size

What’s In The Box?

110v adaptor power cord
12v power cord (cigarette plug)
Remote

9. INSIGNIA F20 Series

Power Source: 120v
Watts: 49
Weight: 6.2 lbs
Streaming Stick Compatible: Yes, and Fire TV included
Screen Size: 24”
Screen Tech: LED
TV Dimensions: 6.4″D x 21.9″W x 14.7″H
Resolution: 720p
HDMI Ports: 3 + 1 USB port
Budget: $–

Recommended!
⭐️⭐️⭐️** (3/5 stars) – For if you can run your inverter and want a deal on a tv

insignia tv for camper

Here’s the deal, this isn’t a 12v TV and it can’t be hacked to run off of 12v’s, unfortunately. I’m including it on this list because it’s a great low-cost option if you’re ok running an inverter every time you’d like to watch tv.

Insignia is a Best Buy brand and is typically a really good value for the quality. This unit is also available 32 inches. Additionally, there are slight variations in models so it’s also easy to find units with 1080p resolution. The catch is that in 2022 Best Buy discontinued production of their Insignia line, so these deals won’t last long.

Features worth highlighting include Alexa voice control and a built-in Amazon Fire TV. Plus, this TV supports Apple AirPlay so you can share videos, photos, music and more from your iPhone or other Apple devices.

Lastly, it comes with 1 HDMI ARC outlet allowing you to send audio directly to a compatible speaker device without requiring an extra cable.

Pros:

✅ 3 HDMI ports
✅ Multiple size options
✅ LED screen
✅ Lightweight
✅ Good value
✅ Alexa voice control
✅ Built-in Amazon Fire TV
✅ Includes HDMI ARC port for cable-free ancillary speaker connection

Cons:

❌ Thicker design
❌ Lower screen resolution (720p)
❌ Discontinued brand in 2022

What’s In The Box?

110v adaptor power cord
Stand
Remote

10. Car TV

Power Source: 12v and 110v
Watts:
Weight: 5.08 lbs
Streaming Stick Compatible: Yes
Screen Size: 13.3”
Screen Tech: LED
TV Dimensions: 13.78″W x 10.16″H x 4.49″D
Resolution: 1080p
HDMI Ports: 1 + 1 USB port
Budget: $$-

Recommended!
⭐️⭐️⭐️** (3/5 stars) – For anyone specifically looking for a small, portable 1080p LED. If you’re ok with an LCD screen then the Desobry or Tyler are better alternatives.

camper van tv

Intended to be a car TV, this 12v unit is incredibly slim at just 1 inch thick (or 4.49” with included headrest mount). Additionally, it can double as a tablet with a touchscreen and the ability to download apps (like Hulu, Amazon, etc). 

Although it has a slightly smaller screen (13.3”) compared to many of the other 12v TV’s on this list, it has a higher resolution at 1080p for a crisper image. It’s small size makes this unit highly portable.

Due to its tablet functionality it can mirror with iOS or Android devices (AirPlay and Miracast). Or, connect via WiFi or your hotspot network to stream.

Lastly, it has built-in speakers – although reviews indicate these aren’t good quality – and can connect to wireless headphones through bluetooth or to your car stereo via FM.

Pros:

✅ Slim design
✅ Higher resolution (1080p)
✅ LED screen
✅ Lightweight
✅ Portable
✅ Touchscreen

Cons:

❌ Pricy
❌ Only 1 HDMI port
❌ Small screen
❌ Poor speaker quality
❌ Unpublished power consumption
❌ Remote not included

What’s In The Box?

110v adaptor power cord
12v power cord (cigarette plug)
Headrest mounting bracket

11. Pyle Car Overhead Monitor Screen Display Flip down TV for van

Power Source: 12v
Watts:
Weight: 5.3 lbs
Streaming Stick Compatible: Yes
Screen Size: 17.3”
Screen Tech: LCD
TV Dimensions: 19.7″H x 12.2″W x 1.7″D
Resolution: 1080p
HDMI Ports: 1 + 1 USB port
Budget: $$-

Not Recommended!
***** (0/5 stars) – Except for specific under cabinet mount requirements

campervan television

Pyle makes an overhead TV monitor, mostly intended for use in cars, but this could also work well under a cabinet in your van or RV. For that reason, it made the list. For every other reason, it’s not recommended.

While this is a 12v unit and it is compatible with a streaming stick, it doesn’t have good reviews. Especially considering the price, you’d expect a lot more from this little device.

While it does have 1080p resolution (pro), the screen is LCD – which is inferior to LED tech found in most of the other options on this list.

Additionally, there’s no ability to pivot the screen – something I think is necessary in a van or RV due to the small space and need to be versatile with your installation.

Pros:

✅ Higher resolution (1080p)
✅ Convenient for under cabinet mounting

Cons:

❌ Pricy
❌ Not a smart TV
❌ Only available in one size
❌ Only 1 HDMI port
❌ Small screen
❌ LCD screen
❌ Unpublished power consumption

What’s In The Box?

Roof mount monitor
Wiring harness cable
Remote

12. KODAK Luma 400 Portable HD Smart Projector

Power Source: Battery
Watts:
Weight: 1.2 lbs
Streaming Stick Compatible: Yes
Screen Size:
Screen Tech:
TV Dimensions: 3.1″H x 3.1″W x 0.87″D
Resolution: 720p
HDMI Ports: 1 + 1 USB port
Budget: $$$

Recommended!
⭐️⭐️⭐️** (3/5 stars) – For anyone requiring a very versatile and portable unit

how to watch tv in a camper

The final tv on this list is not a tv at all, it’s a projector! During my research for the best tv for a conversion van I asked many of my peers what they use, and a smart projector came up frequently in their responses.

The KODAK Luma is a small portable projector that can stream images from your iPhone, Android, tablet, laptop, gaming consoles, streaming sticks & more via USB, HDMI or screen mirroring.

The rechargeable battery has up to 3-hours of playtime. Built-in speakers are decent quality, but would be greatly improved with an additional speaker device. This model also includes a tripod.

However, this portable projector for van life or RVers is one of the priciest options on this list, and the resolution is only available in 720p. In addition to the device, you’ll need a screen to project onto, which should be factored into your buying decision.

Pros:

✅ Rechargeable
✅ Lightweight
✅ Portable
✅ Slim design
✅ Built-in speakers

Cons:

❌ Extremely pricy
❌ Not a smart TV
❌ Lower resolution (720p)
❌ Only 1 HDMI port
❌ Unpublished power consumption

What’s In The Box?

Projector
Tabletop tripod
DC adapter
Remote
HDMI cable
Charging cable

12 Volt TV Buying Guide

When looking for the best 12v TV for RVs and vans there are a few categories to consider. Depending on how you plan to use your TV and what your budget is each of these categories their importance will vary.

Size

How large of a tv screen do you need? The size of your TV is determined by how far away from it you’ll be when viewing the screen

If you’re 2-3 feet from the screen, a 25-32 inch TV is recommended. 
If you’re 4-5 feet away from the screen, a 32-42 inch TV is recommended. 
If you’re 6-7 feet away from the screen, a 42-55 inch TV is recommended.

The second consideration in selecting a TV size is the space in which you have to mount it. Of course, vans and RVs don’t have tons of wall space so you may be limited in how large your TV can be based on where you plan to install it.

Durability

Van life can be tough on TVs. There’s constant vibrations, bumps and large charges in the temperature and humidity which can cause damage to the television.

Some TVs are marketed as tougher built units specifically for use in RVs and vans. If you plan to do a lot of off-roading then it may be worth the investment into these types of TVs.

Keep in mind, RV tv’s are typically more expensive than similar sized “normal” tvs. In some cases, it might be worth buying the less expensive option knowing that you may need to replace it more frequently.

There’s no standard of measurement to show that one TV is more or less durable than another, and marketing tends to add a lot of unsubstantiated claims to product messaging.

Power Consumption

Unless you have a massive battery bank you’re probably somewhat conscious of how much electricity your devices are pulling each day. For that reason you’ll want to make sure you choose a tv for your van or RV that has a lower power consumption.

In general, most TV’s seem to range in wattage from 15-40. TVs at the lower end of the range will be more power efficient than TV’s at the higher end of the range.

Power Source

While you do not need to have a 12v TV, they do come with some benefits – like being more power efficient and not requiring an inverter to convert your 12v battery power into 120v TV power.

Instead, you could use a 120v television and run your inverter to power it. Both options have pros and cons. 

12v TVs are more expensive upfront and don’t require an inverter. 
120v TVs are less expensive upfront but will burn through power more quickly.

Features

How do you plan to use your TV? Do you want integrated features like built-in speakers, a DVD player or antenna tuners? If you require these features your list of options will narrow.

It’s also important to look at screen resolution – 720p or 1080p. While 720p is “good enough”, 1080p will give you a crisper image.

If you plan to use a streaming stick (like Amazon Fire TV) then you’ll need both an HDMI port and a USB port (to power the stick) in your TV.

Since most people mount their TV’s you’ll also want to ensure your TV is compatible with standard mounting devices (VESA is the standard). This is widely accepted and almost every TV on the market is compatible, but it’s always good to check before buying.

how do i put a tv in my campervan

Is There A Difference Between A Camper Van TV And Regular TV?

Yes! A regular TV is powered with 110v (household) electricity. A campervan TV is powered with 12v (battery) electricity. 

Camper van TVs are typically built to be more robust than regular TVs so they can withstand harsher road conditions like vibration, shock, humidity and temperature changes and dust.

What Size TV Is Best For A Campervan?

The best size TV for a campervan is between 20 and 32 inches

If you have a smaller space, or will be sitting closer to the TV then a 20 inch TV is best. If you have more space for a TV and will be sitting farther away then a 32 inch TV is the best option.

Best 32 Inch TV For Conversion Van

The best 32 inch TV for a conversion van is the Sylvox 32 inch 12v TV. It’s also available in a 32 inch SMART TV.

If you specifically need a 32 inch TV then this is your best option. It has a high resolution 1080p LED screen, uses a modest amount of energy and is fairly lightweight. Plus, it comes with a built-in DVD player.

However, if you’re willing to consider a slightly smaller or larger TV there are better options for less money. SuperSonic offers a 22 inch 12 volt TV for half the price. You could also upgrade to a 40 inch TV for less than the cost of the Sylvox 32 inch.

camper tv options

Replacing TV In Conversion Van

If you’re looking to replace the TV in your conversion van there’s a few things to consider. 

First, how is your existing TV mounted? If it’s a VESA standard mount then you have plenty of options. If it’s something more custom you’ll want to know this before you begin your research.

Second, how much space do you have? If you’re tight on space you want to make sure your replacement TV has similar dimensions so it’ll fit.

Third, what type of power does your current TV use? The easiest swap is with the same power type. If you have a 12v TV you will want to buy a replacement that’s also 12v. Same for if your current tv is a 120v.

How To Mount A TV In A Conversion Van

Most TVs come with standard mounting connections. Specifically, these TVs use VESA 100×100. Assuming your TV follows the standard, you’re able to mix and match any mount you’d like that aligns with this standard.

Mounts come with a variety of features, and depending on how you want to use your TV the type of mount you get may vary. Important features to consider are:

Tilt – An up and down motion
Swivel/Pivot – A side to side motion
Angle of Rotation – How far in each direction the device can be moved

Mounting Options

Mounts come in wall or ceiling options. While wall mounts are typically used in residential homes, you might find that a ceiling mount will give you more options for installing your van tv.

Wall Mount

A great wall tv mounting option is this full motion mount. It swivels 360* and can be pulled away from it’s storage against the wall. Additionally, it tilts up and down 20* which can help with anti-glare from the sun or interior lights.

Ceiling Mount

This ceiling TV mount is a great option for a van TV. Not only does it tilt up and down 90*, it also swivels side to side 360* so you can literally watch your tv from anywhere inside your van.

What Is The Best 12V TV For A Campervan?

In conclusion, while there are many options for 12v TV’s, the absolute best value is the Feihe 12 volt TV. This TV has it all — built-in DVD player and speakers, is compatible with a streaming stick (like Amazon Fire TV or Roku), has a high resolution 1080p LED screen and has HDMI and USB ports. All for under $200!

Feihe 12 Volt Television

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Written by Claire Fleming

I’m a travel enthusiast who spends half the year in my self-built camper van with my dog, Oscar, and the other half at my home in Raleigh, North Carolina or on international adventures.

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