Why is the RV Security System Revolutionary? It Won’t Drain Your RV’s Batteries (Part 3)

Today we’re continuing our series on why the RV Security System is revolutionary. The first two reasons we covered were that (1) it fills a void no other product does and (2) It can help you fight fuel theft.

Today, we’re going to be discussing the revolutionary way the system uses batteries. Don’t chuckle – the system really does address this in a way no other security system does.

For most security systems, battery power is a backup. If the primary power fails, the battery kicks in and you’re good for a short amount of time. The batteries only work for a little bit since the systems are battery hogs. However, for RV Security Systems this heavy power consumption isn’t an option if you want the system to function reliably and not hinder the normal operations of your RV.

Take, for example, the RV owner who stores their RV 4 months out of the year. When the RV is in storage, it simply isn’t an option to rely on a security system that will drain the main batteries. If you’re a “really good” RV owner you’re going to top off your batteries once a month, but I know of very few RV owners who actually follow this maxim. Thus having a system that treats its own batteries like a backup is a hindrance to long term operation of the system in storage. We’ve encountered a typical battery life of from 1 to 4 years, depending on usage.

The fact that The RV Security System uses its own batteries as the primary power source not only makes the system a breeze to install, but it means that the system is reliable for long term storage. You can shut everything off. You can remove the batteries from your RV if you want – The RV Security System will continue to power itself and will continue to do battery checks, and if it sees something that indicates a battery problem, the system will notify you.

And in a world of power draining traditional security systems that might stop monitoring at the worst possible time, all of this is revolutionary.

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