JHub RV Control Panel
JHub RV Control Panel wirelessly monitors your 12V battery and controls your caravans onboard features. Available online only
Designed specifically for Jayco Australia,
Available in Australia since early 2017, BMPRO’s JHub is one the World’s first portable power management systems for monitoring and controlling caravans and motorhomes, operating from Android tablet.
JHub tablet is available with Jayco caravans and works with the battery management system J35C, which charges and manages caravan’s house batteries. JHub is a portable RV control panel to monitor caravan’s 12V battery system and to control caravan’s onboard features, including lights, water pump, hot water switch and slide-outs – all from a single touchscreen. Operate slide-outs from outside to ensure it is safe to do so. Check battery’s estimated time to discharge or ensure solar panels provide enough power while sitting near the campfire. JHub gives users a new level of comfort and knowledge about caravan’s power consumption.
- Operate main electrical features of your caravan from the touchscreen of a portable tablet.
- Wirelessly display the status of the battery, power consumption and charge sources
- Futureproof your JHub system with upgradeable software
- The control centre for your Jayco caravan
- 12V inputs
- Manage your 12V battery, tank water levels, lights, and more
- Includes ControlNode
BMPRO Smart Sensors connect to JHub, these sensors are
- LPG Sensors
- Temperature Sensors
- Tyre Pressure Sensors
Finally, With the JHub APP, your caravan turns into a smart home. Explore new horizons with innovative, Australian designed products onboard!
Couplemate Trailer Parts sells only the best quality JHub RV Control Panel BMPRO and caravan spare parts throughout Australia.
Customers are welcome to either pickup or take advantage of our low freight rates. Express shipping to Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide, Darwin, and Hobart.
We also ship products to New Zealand via Australia Post Air Express.
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