New system uses smartphone to level RV

New system uses smartphone to level RV

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(May 1, 2018) —Venture RV recently teamed up with LogicBlue Technology on an exclusive program promoting the LevelMatePRO wireless leveling system. “It’s the easiest and most user-friendly way to use smartphone technology to level travel trailers, and Venture RV has exclusive rights to this feature,” announced Dave Boggs, Venture general manager. LevelMatePRO will be included in all SportTrek Touring Edition, SportTrek, Sonic and Sonic Lite towables.

LevelMatePRO calculates and displays the height required to achieve a perfectly level position. Using an app and your smart phone, a red indicator shows which areas the height needs to be added. When the red indicator turns green, you’re level!

“LogicBlue Technology is excited to partner with Venture RV in introducing the LevelMatePRO as standard equipment on new RVs for the first time,” commented Chuck Leonard, LogicBlue Technology president. “The system offers many advantages over the past way of leveling,” noted Boggs. “You can check your travel trailer level from inside your tow vehicle. The LevelMatePRO gives the user precise information where and how high to add blocks,” Boggs added.

In addition, you can use LevelMatePRO without interrupting your tow vehicle’s Bluetooth connection, and level your vehicle in low-light conditions or even at night. You can also save and recall your campground hitch position for easy reconnection to your tow vehicle.

Venture RV, a division of KZ RV, is headquartered in Shipshewana, Indiana. For more information visit venture-rv.com or call (888) 988-8440.

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  1. Iggy Konrad

    I’ve used a LogicMate Pro for about a year and it works well. The newest version has a switch to turn off the battery. Version 1, which I have, has the battery on all the time and goes through batteries about every 3 months. The work around is to install a switch if you are handy enough or remove the battery when you are staying at a camp site for more then a few days. It’s a little pricey but if you are a gadget person, this is right up your alley. Check it out on Amazon.

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