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76 • RV PRO • June 2017 rv-pro.com A F T E R M A R K E T LEARNING MOTOR CONTROLLER C-Storm Electronics, St. Charles, Ill., offers the Learning Motor Controller, the next generation of motor controllers for room slide-outs. The soft- ware algorithm in the LMC learns the motor current requirements and adapts to changing environments. It eliminates the old current limit adjustment potentiometers. Dis- playing motor current during operation. Diagnostic information is available for the technicians. www.cstormelectronics.com SPECIAL PRODUCT FOCUS EXTRA BATTERY POWER Torklift International, Sumner, Wash., puts extra battery power at the tip of an RVers fingers with the HiddenPower. The Hid- denPower is installed under the truck bed, frame mounted with no drilling required and doesn't cost any ground clearance. Bat- teries will always be charged up and ready to power an RV or electrical accessories. The HiddenPower works with most types of group 24 to 31 batteries. The product is made in the U.S.A. with a lifetime warranty. www.torklift.com CHARGING SYSTEM eNow, Warwick, R.I., introduces the Battery Trickle Charging System, designed to use solar power to keep RV batteries fully charged and conditioned when the vehicle is not running. With eNow, solar power is captured and stored in the on-board battery system and distributed to various RV functions, enabling users to power their TV, radio, microwave, computer, air conditioning and refrigeration. For RV owners, the eNow solution also is ideal for "dry camping" situations when no shore power is available. www.enowenergy.com INVERTER GENERATOR Yamaha Motor U.S.A., Kennesaw, Ga., offers the Yamaha EF2000iSv2, a lightweight (44 pounds), fuel-efficient and ver- satile portable generator featuring a new controller with advanced programming that can power a wider range of applications. It is fitted with Yamaha's most technologically sophisticated muffler. Plus, features like 10.5-hour run time, compact size, and a con- venient parallel function that lets users connect two generators to deliver up to 30 amps, make it ideal for RV use. www.yamahamotorsports.com/generator

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