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Lippert’s Level Up Offering a Wireless Remote

July 24, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

Level Up remote control

Goshen, Ind.-based Lippert Components Inc. (LCI) announced that its Level Up automatic RV leveling system is now offered with wireless remote control.

“Our wireless remote systems have been well received for several years,” said LCI Vice President of Sales Andy Murray. “Our customers requested that we integrate this wireless technology into our leveling systems, and now several RV brands are using the product.”

“Any RV OEM already using our wireless remote system, Linc, for their RVs can now connect it to work seamlessly with Level Up,” continued Murray. “For those who don’t have an existing wireless remote, and want to add one to their Level Up system only, we can provide that stand alone capability as well.”

Level Up is a four-point or six-point automatic leveling system that comes as an option or standard on more than two dozen RV brands. The system levels an RV in less than a minute using a one-touch auto-leveling feature, and includes an auto rehitch memory function that remembers the exact height at which the RV was unhitched. Wireless capability allows users to walk around the unit while leveling and pause the leveling sequence if necessary.

“The industry is moving more towards automatic leveling for travel trailer and fifth-wheel RVs,” said Jason Lippert, CEO of Drew Industries Inc., LCI’s parent company. “We’re finding that many OEMs are turning to LCI and Level Up as their choice to meet growing consumer demand. As an industry leader in leveling products, we will continue to innovate to ensure we are producing the best leveling systems.”

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