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RV Multiplex Control Systems: H Bridge High Current IO Module

By Vincent Pesce | Feb 1, 2022

The next module featured in the Road Commander Multiplex Control System for RV’s is the H Bridge High Current IO Module. The module is designed as a multipurpose module capable of driving high current loads. This RV electronic can be configured for different uses. When configured as a slide-out module, the high current module can…

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RV Multiplex Control Systems: Low Current IO Module

By Vincent Pesce | Jan 24, 2022

About the Low Current IO Module – 00-01095-000 As mentioned in the last blog, the Road Commander RV Multiplex Control System is designed to control and monitor all modules on the RV or specialty vehicle. Today, we will focus on Road Commander’s Low Current IO Module or more simply, a lighting control. Simply put, this…

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Multiplex Control Systems for RVs

By Vincent Pesce | Jan 19, 2022

RVing has a long and treasured history. It is believed to have been inspired by the roaming Roma caravans of the 1800s. However, the exact birth date of the RV is unknown. The Origins of RVing Early models such as the 1928 Ford Model House Car offered a solution for those who couldn’t afford both…

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Time Management in Emergency Situations

By Vincent Pesce | Jan 10, 2022

An EMT has just secured the patient into the ambulance, hooking them up to the necessary monitors and medical equipment. With the patient hooked up and rescue under way, for the EMT, managing their time is crucial. In a chaotic situation, keeping things under control and orderly is the key to the successful transfer. To…

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Energy Management with Intellitec’s Automatic Energy Select Switch

By Vincent Pesce | Jan 4, 2022

Intellitec’s Automatic Energy Selector Switch allows two 20-Amp loads to share a single 20-Amp breaker on a RV’s electrical system. This intelligent energy management device automatically switches two AC loads as the demand requires. An example of this would be if your microwave, a temporary load, was on the same breaker as your HVAC system.…

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RV Rentals are Poised for Growth

By Vincent Pesce | May 18, 2021

After a roller coaster year during the pandemic, the RV industry is experiencing rapid growth to the point where there are backlogs in RV manufacturing. For those unable to find a recreational vehicle they want, renting a RV from a rental fleet dealer is the best way to experience the RV lifestyle. The RVRA (Recreational…

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Risks of Renting Out Your RV

By Vincent Pesce | Apr 16, 2021

Renting out an RV can be a smart decision. During this past year in the pandemic, the need to escape to the wilderness and get away has greatly increased. Websites like Cruise America, El Monte and Outdoorsy currently make it easy to rent a RV for use. While not everyone can afford to buy an…

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Types of Power for an RV’s Electrical System

By Vincent Pesce | Mar 1, 2021

RVs use both AC and DC power to power the vehicle and the accessories used for daily living. The 12 Volt DC system runs the electrical components of the engine and battery for your RV. The 120 Volt AC system runs all the typical appliances and power outlets found in a RV. For the RV…

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In With Old, In With the New

By Vincent Pesce | Nov 13, 2020

With the increase in interest of the RV lifestyle and getting away from the masses, there is a new focus on purchasing items that have links to the past to make their travels easier. In the past, a covered wagon made up the house and horses acted as the motor. No air conditioning or refrigerated…

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