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December '17

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52 • RV PRO • December 2017 rv-pro.com A F T E R M A R K E T SMART SIGNAL BOOSTER Cel-Fi by Nexitivity, San Diego, presents the Cel-Fi GO M Smart Signal Booster, which solves the problems of dropped calls and cellular dead zones for RVs, boats, trucks, and vehicles. Recognized for its industry leading gain, Cel-Fi GO M is 32 times more powerful than competitive products. Multi-carrier approved and uncon- ditionally network safe, Cel-Fi GO M delivers quality voice and data cellular performance, and does not interfere with other wireless devices. NEMA 4 rated, it withstands harsh weather conditions and environments where water, dust, and dirt are present. www.cel-fi.com/go-m TAILGATE CARRIER Meori, Seattle, presents t h e m e o r i Ta i l g a t e Carrier which folds and unfolds in three q u i c k s t e p s . U s e while celebrating at a tailgate or headed out for a picnic. Transport groceries anytime or bring whatever is needed to set up for a portable party. When open, it's a stable, sturdy container; when closed, it is compact and easy to store anywhere. It holds up to 65 pounds. www.meori.com TANK MONITOR Electronic Applications Inc., (EAI), Phoenix, is introducing a new lower-cost tank monitor product tailored to all classes of high-end motorhomes and trailers. The system includes a free mobile phone App for Android and IOS that not only allows one to view tank levels from an Android or IOS-based phone, but can be set to trigger a phone alert when tanks or batteries need attention. www.electronicapplications.com TWO-STAGE ELECTRIC RV FURNACE RV Comfort Systems, Bothell, Wash., offers a "2 Stage 30/50 Add-on Kit" for the existing CheapHeat Electric Furnace and Hybrid systems. This will allow customers to upgrade their system so it will operate on either 30- or 50-amp shore power services. This kit will determine whether an RV is plugged into 30- or 50-amp shore power and automatically switch to low heat when on 30-amp service, and medium or high heat when attached to 50-amp shore power. www.rvcomfortsystems.com

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