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Rkb.rv

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Posted: 05/01/20 10:51pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

wopachop wrote:

Rkb.rv wrote:

I’m not here to be judged, just looking for suggestions.
Dont feel singled out its common here. The grumpy guys are like sharks and need new stuff to complain about. They hunt down the new posts and give their negative opinion and then luckily they move on to the next.

You can already see the last 2 posts are awesome and very helpful.


Yes! I see that now, thanks.

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Posted: 05/02/20 05:50am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

This was a few months ago. It may help.

Smart clicky


2005 Cummins 3500 2WD LB quad cab dually pulling a 2014 Blue Ridge 3025RL


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I have a remote control Lux thermostat that's real nice on a cold morning to turn on the heat sans getting out of bed. Nest cameras are very good quality for checking your place when you're away.. or watch pets, whatever. My Victron battery monitor lets you check the condition of your batteries from your smartphone.

The most common negative comment about anything new tech is failure. Well sure, anything can fail, but what about how nice it is when it works?

* This post was edited 05/02/20 12:23pm by 2oldman *

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I added an RV Whisper monitor system to my RV a couple years ago. It monitors with wireless sensors so it was easy to install. It doesn't control anything yet, but it sure monitors a lot of stuff. I started with temperature and battery voltage sensors at first for pet safety. Now my RV Whisper system has Propane level sensors, shore power voltage and amps, battery amps, fridge, freezer and outdoor temperature, door open / close, motion sensors and water leak sensors.

I am also beta testing the new RV Whisper TPMS integration with Pressure Pro FX. The Pressure Pro integration is not listed on their website yet, it's still in beta test.

Way more sensors and data than I need, but it is nice knowing my propane levels and that my batteries are staying charged. And that my fridge is cold, etc...

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