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Posted: 09/18/21 12:15pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I've had a Progressive Industries 50 amp unit, first generation. Had it since 2006, 3 different units now. Never a problem


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went with the hughes watch dog 50 amp epo like the bluetooth feature but only has a 15 foot range

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allbrandauto wrote:

went with the hughes watch dog 50 amp epo like the bluetooth feature but only has a 15 foot range


That is my Hangup with it. Mine is located in the drivers rear compartment. At 37 feet I can’t even get a signal from it in the living area. Or sitting under the awning. I have to be in the bathroom or bedroom to get it. Same for outside. Need to be under the passenger slideout or closer. The Bluetooth is nice but useless if I can’t use it 75% of the time. Now I only connect to it when we go to bed or if I want to see how many amps I’m pulling or the voltage.


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