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RV owners want vehicles that require little maintenance, especially when it comes to the electrical system. They want protections in place to keep the batteries functional. They want everything under the hood to work without fail. They want smooth operation. InPower products help accommodate these needs with our Low Voltage Disconnects, DC Contactors, Digital Meters, Vehicle Control Modules, and VCMS Control System. RV's.
Vehicle Control Modules
InPower's Vehicle Control Module (VCM) family is simply a collection of solid state devices for controlling vehicle functions. There are latching relays, and timers, which are used in all sorts of vehicle functions from audio control, and spotlights, to heaters and sirens. What makes InPower's relays ideal for bus applications is that they are not mechanical. They cannot pop, and the contacts cannot wear down. Everything is 100% electronic and has safety features to protect the electrical system. These VCM units are small, have a standard automotive pin layout, and are low-cost. Although an RV driver may never see these units, VCM's offer a great peace of mind.
Solid State Contactors
InPower's Solid State Contactors can be used on all types of RV's as battery disconnects, and for control of individual loads like heaters and blower motors. Whether you need single or dual switches, we have a variety of products to fit your needs. Our dual UltraSwitch series products are ideal for use as a battery disconnect switch for two different loads, such as chassis circuits and body circuits. They contain two individually controlled high efficiency power switches that are available in capacities from 75 amps to 200 amps. The UltraSwitch disconnects are completely sealed and include fault shutdown protection for over current, low voltage, and short circuit conditions. Single contactors are ideal for shut-off of individual loads such as lights, alarms, blower motors, and lifts. Models range from 80 amp to 200 amp capacities.
DC Current Sensors


Any vehicle that has high battery loads can benefit from current sensing and battery monitoring to ensure loads do not exceed battery power. Most large RV's have large power needs. It is important for bus operators to know the battery status, to ensure power needs can be met and maintained.

InPower's method of electronic current sensing uses a Hall effect based sensor with an electronic interface. This sensing does not produce heat and is non-intrusive to the electrical system. DC current sensors work with both analog and digital meters. Our digital battery monitors display battery voltage, have a low-battery voltage alarm, and dual DC ammeter display.
Low Voltage Disconnects
When more and more loads tax the battery system, it is imperative to know that the battery will not die. InPower's line of Low Voltage Disconnects continuously monitors battery voltage, meaning these 100% electronic units have an instant response to decreased battery power. They will turn off and on at certain power thresholds, ensuring that the battery remains charged no matter what.
Switch Panel Systems
InPower's Vehicle Control Module System (VCMS) is an advanced and affordable way to configure numerous electrical system functions into a convenient switch panel and power module. It is highly flexible: lights, generators, heaters, and lifts are just some of the devices that can be controlled with a VCMS. This system is totally configurable for each vehicle's needs. It is appropriate for any type of RV.
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