How to Make your RV a Smart Home

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12 volt lights and RV thermostat

Not sure how easily one could use this S&B tech in my 2014 Winnebago. The thermostat is very specific to RVs and the lighting is all on the 12v side. I’m an early adopter of technology and haven’t found devices that serve as “smart home” conveniences. I've only been able to use WiFi to program the DVR ... if WiFi is available without using up our cellular bandwidth. Article that addresses how a nest thermostat could be adapted to work. Certainly no more expensive than the Air Products thermostat Winnebago sells for 200 bucks. Apparently home thermostats won’t work. Wemo only turns power on for 110v “dumb” devices - it doesn’t operate electronics. Our Keurig can’t be turned on this way, fortunately it already has a timer built in.

Keith Vierling 7 days ago

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