Most mobile phones today, such as an Apple iPhone® have the ability to speak to wireless devices. The smartRVcontrols™ are multi-function RV wireless remote control modules that can be configured to control more than eight different functions in your RV, such as lights (bulb or LED), jacks, awnings, slides, relays, valves, RGB LED arrays and more from a mobile device.
The smartRVapp can control multiple smartRVcontrols™ units so the amount of devices you can operate are only limited by how many you have. Download the free smartphone smartRVapp, available for iOS and Android, to configure a module for the function you need.
Each smartRVcontrols™ wireless rv module has 100 feet of wireless range and cell / wifi service is not needed for wireless operation. The smartRVcontrols™ also have our trademark smartLOCK™ environmental safety system to ensure safe operation in all conditions by locking all operation while your RV is in motion. This Smart RV Controller can be upgraded wireless for even more features to come!
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Are you looking to keep your existing switch or replace an existing awning / slide controller? Checkout our OEM version of the smartRVcontrols™
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Watch in time-lapse as Herb installs our latest SmartPhone operated Wireless remote control unit is installed in bumper pull camper. The unit is a simple replacement for the existing switch. Manual control still functions with the added safety of motion activated smartLOCK™ locking and wireless control.
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Questions and Answers
What is the SRVCs effective working range?
We estimate that the SRVC will connect within ~100 feet. There are many factors that can change this answer, and they are technical, but since most RVs are much less than 100 feet we feel sure that you will never lose connection due to range.
Do I have to have cellular coverage or Wi-Fi access to use the SRVC?
No, the SRVC is connected by Bluetooth Low Energy, BLE; you do not need to have active cellular service or Wi-Fi to connect to a SRVC.
My Bluetooth headset cannot go 10 feet. How can your device work at 100 feet?
Bluetooth Low Energy is a version of Bluetooth found in all smartphones developed in the last 5 or so years; you have it and most likely did not know it. BLE is how health monitors and other new personal devices connect to your smartphone.
What if I just want to use my existing switch?
While both units will work with your existing switch, we also offer an OEM version of the smartRVcontrols™ now. Please take a look! These are great replacement for common awning and slide controllers found in many RVs today and sound like a perfect match for you.