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Friday, December 20, 2013

Seelevel Tank Monitoring Systems Can Stop You From Guessing

There is an old adage that states, “Knowledge is power.” That applies to many areas of life, as well as RV'ing. After all, in order to have a trouble free and relaxing time camping and traveling, you have to understand all of the components involved in the operation of an RV. This is especially the case when it comes to monitoring your RV's fresh, grey & black water tanks.

Most RV's come with a pretty crude tank monitoring system that I am sure has left many of you
scratching your heads wondering what exactly was going on inside those tanks.  That is because the systems are setup to deliver 1/3 or 1/4 increment readings on top of being inaccurate with sensors fouling easily. How many times did you think you had plenty of room in your grey tank only to find hours later that it was full and you would need to head for the dump station.

Well Seelevel has come to the rescue! At the heart of any tank monitoring system are the sensors and Selevels has the best.  The only way to accurately monitor a tank is from the outside where the contents has no change of fouling or corroding the sensors.  Seelevels  proprietary technology does just that which not only makes the system accurate, but also easy to install.  They even took it a step further in simplicity by enabling you to not only use the exiting wiring from your old system, it could actually be done with just 1 wire.  That's because the systems uses Bus technology, where the sensors are setup to deliver a unique signal for each tank location. Nice!

Garnet’s line of Seelevel Monitoring Systems can digitally monitor the following item levels depending on the system:
  • Kitchen Galley Tanks
  • Black Water Tanks
  • Fresh Water Tanks
  • Gray Water Tanks
  • Battery Voltage
  • LPG Tanks
In some instances, the Seelevel Monitoring System can also keep tabs on your motorhome’s hot water heater pilot light, water pump and outside/inside temperatures too. Regardless of which Seelevel Tank Monitoring System you choose, they all display the information in an easy-to-read, precise, digital level in percent format. Some Seelevel Tank Monitoring Systems, like the 709-A, also feature a built-in alarm. It is designed to alert motorhome users when the grey, black and fresh water tanks need attention. The other great thing about Garnet’s Seelevel Monitoring Systems is that a few of them are compatible with other systems. Take the 709-RP Model as an example. It can be interfaced with existing Aladdin Monitoring Systems. For those unaware, Aladdin Monitoring Systems were installed in Monaco motorhomes. When the Aladdin system’s manufacturer went bankrupt, those motorhome users sometimes had difficulty getting their system’s components repaired or replaced. Because the Garnet Seelevel Monitoring Systems can be interfaced with the Aladdin Systems, they effectively aid in reducing those types of inconveniences.

For more information about Garnet’s Seelevel Monitoring System, click the link below or contact us at (866) 332-7881. We’d love to help you select the perfect tank monitoring system for your motorhome.
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