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The wireless monitor is plugged into any 12-volt DC outlet in the dash and positioned so that it is visible to the driver. Using the Sensitivity button on the wireless monitor, the driver can select Low, Medium or High braking sensitivity. The Vehicle button selects the type of vehicle being towed.
A zero PSI alert is one of three displays that can let the driver know something is wrong. Here, you can see the display is showing zero pressure in the right front tire; the readout is accompanied by a loud alarm.

Products

Kampa Dometic Tent

Dometic’s New Products Expand Outdoor Living Space

Popular inflatable tents, awnings and other outdoor leisure products from Europe now offered globally under the Dometic-brand umbrella Dometic has announced its new portfolio of...
Garmin RV 785 GPS navigator that offers RV-specific navigation and a built-in dash camera.

New Garmin RV-Specific GPS

  Garmin introduces the new RV 785 GPS navigator that offers RV-specific navigation and a built-in dash camera. The RV 785 features a high-resolution 7-inch...
Burnie grill

Burnie Grill

Looking for a classic campfire experience without the hassle of buying and hauling bulky wood that takes up precious cargo space? The Burnie Grill...

Sponsored Content: REDARC BCDC Battery Chargers

New multistage chargers from REDARC use solar power for motorhome house batteries Need to keep your motorhome’s house batteries charged? REDARC’s Dual-Input BCDC in-vehicle battery...
Class A motorhome with zip dee awning

Two-stage Convenience

Awnings by Zip Dee now offers the Century 2, a roof-mounted awning designed to add awning strength without overextending into neighboring RV sites. The...