Louisville Booth: New Component Networking
This year’s National RV Trade Show Nov. 30 to Dec. 2 in Louisville, Ky., will feature a special booth (booth C50 in the South Wing Hall 1) where interested industry members can learn more about the features and benefits of RV-C or RV-Complete, according to a news release.
RV-C is a unique RV multiplexing system designed and approved by technical subcommittees of the Recreation Vehicle Industry Association (RVIA) that networks RV-C compliant components together and provides a protocol for RV component diagnostics and control. It is based on the same technology that enables cars to be diagnosed and serviced by computer, and extends that technology into all parts of the RV.
One of the key benefits of RV-C is that it allows service technicians to use a standard tool to download diagnostic information on every RV-C compliant component on an RV. This reduces both the time and expense involved in service and repair.
In addition to the diagnostic capabilities, the use of RV-C on vehicles adds tremendous flexibility, multi-point control, enhanced automation, increased safety, and simplification of wiring.