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70 • RV PRO • August 2018 rv-pro.com A F T E R M A R K E T SPECIAL PRODUCT FOCUS BREAKAWAY SYSTEM Horizon Global, Plymouth, Mich., takes the worry out of towing a trailer with the Tekonsha Push to Test Breakaway System. This product works with one- to three-axle trailers with electric brakes. It includes a battery box with three mounting options; great for gooseneck trailers. A 5-Amp/hour battery with a push-to-test LED test meter, premium integrated multi-stage charger, and a Tekonsha Breakaway Switch with 48-inch lead wires round out the product features. www.tekonsha.com SMOKE AND CO DETECTORS BRK Electronics, Aurora, Ill., offers RV Approved CO Combi- nation Alarms. Save time, money, and valuable space by installing just one alarm to protect from two hazards. The device meets UL217 and CSA 6.19-01 standards and has photoelectrical smoke sensors that are resistant to nuisance alarms from cooking smoke or shower. The electrochemical CO sensor is the most reliable sensing technology against odorless, colorless CO gas. www.brkelectronics.com BLUETOOTH TPMS Advanced Accessory Concepts, Corona, Calif., presents the BLU TPMS Tire Pressure Monitoring System that monitors both the pressure and temperature of vehicle tires. High-quality, OEM-grade, low-energy Bluetooth sensors monitor important tire parameters, communicating this information to the free iOS or Android mobile App in near real-time. Push notifications activate when tire pressure or temperature deviate from their pre-defined settings; there is no dedicated display required. www.techbyblu.com SAFETY CAMERA SYSTEM MITO Corp., Elkhart, Ind., introduces the PerimeterView 360º camera system that gives RV drivers a real-time "bird's-eye-view" of their vehicle for assured maneuvering in tight areas, as well as blind spot monitoring when traveling down the road. The powerful control unit combines four super-wide-angle video signals into one amazing high-resolution aerial view of the vehicle that can be sent/displayed on any screen. Additional vehicle integration can be set to show alternate views based on gear selection and turn signal status. www.mitocorp.com

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