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November '18

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rv-pro.com November 2018 • RV PRO • 57 from Yak Power Systems, Xantrex, Firefly Integrations, Garnet SeeLevel, Silverleaf and KIB Systems. "As an example of the power of our initiative, we built a hardware bridge to the leg- endary SeeLevel II tank management system, allowing any owner of these systems to summon tank status by simply asking. We will work with any systems provider in helping them develop skills for their systems, and can also assist in designing hardware bridges to the proprietary hardware," said WiFiRanger CEO Kelly Hogan. WiFiRanger expects to be able to offer the service by the first quarter of 2019. For those who may have missed the flurry of announcements regarding tech develop- ments, below is a brief roundup of notable developments: • Furrion unveiled Furrion Access, a 360-degree signal reception rooftop antenna and an LTE Wi-Fi router used in tandem with Furrion flexible 4G LTC pre-paid data plans providing nationwide coverage. Keystone RV announced that its new models will come equipped (standard) with that technology. • ASA Electronics offered an update to the iN-Command App, available for free on Android and iOS smart devices. The update allows RV owners to control more aspects of their RV than ever before by allowing the iN-Command App to communicate with other App-ready elements in the RV, including Jensen stereos, Equalizer leveling systems, and Carefree awnings. • Separately, ASA announced that its iN-Command systems will come standard on 2019 Minnie Winnie travel trailers and fifth wheels, allowing owners of those units to control select RV functions from nearly anywhere in the world thanks to Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and cellular technology. • Forest River's Work and Play toy haulers equipped with the Galaxy Package from Jaboni Power Products will come equipped with four solar panels providing up to 1,060 watts of power, a Magnum Hybrid Series inverter, a fully automatic power system from Precision Circuits and a high-powered Jaboni charge controller. • Lippert Components announced that Forest River Vengeance toy haulers will be prepped for LCI's OneControl Wireless technology, which broadcasts a local wireless network and allows the owner to control and monitor many functions on the RV. LCI's engineering team worked together with Vengeance to install roof- mounted 4G antennas and integration to the current OneControl system. This allows customers the option of an aftermarket upgrade to a full cellular system. Supplier Exhibits Multiply This year's Open House Week attracted not one – but two – exhibitions where after- market suppliers were able to display their wares for dealers attending an event that has Dealers and vendors talk business and socialize Sept. 26 at BAL/ Norco's Supplier Showcase event located in tents across the street from Forest River's Dynamax plant.

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