A smart RV isn't just about turning on the lights with your phone. It's about using technology to make your RV more comfortable, efficient and secure!
Earlier this year, MicroAir launched their brand new EasyTouch RV thermostat - a first for the RV industry. It looks promising, but should you buy one? We take a look to find out!
When flashed with the Tasmota firmware, the Sonoff S31 WiFi smart plug is a powerful addition to our Smart RV home automation system.
We installed the AcuRite 986 wireless temperature sensors in our RV fridge and freezer so we can ensure our food stays safely chilled.
Installing a Google Home Mini or Amazon Echo Dot in your RV adds a lot of capability, and hard-wiring it means no need to pack it away on moving day.
With a little time on our hands, and stuck in isolation unable to travel, I've been spending some time making our RV smarter.
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