New RVer turns his fifth wheel into an RVer’s technology dream

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In this 10-minute video, a former corporate executive explains how he quit his job to live and travel full-time in a 43-foot, six-slide Jayco fifth wheel trailer. But he just didn’t buy the rig and move in. No, he outfitted it into what he calls “an RVer’s technology dream.”

He outfitted it with 2,880 watts of solar power, 600 amps of lithium batteries, two inverters, plus internet and other technology that would allow him to live wherever he wished, feel safe, and work on his new business producing tech-training videos on YouTube.

He discusses the only system for getting online that works for him. It involves some very creative ways to get reliable cell phone internet connectivity. It’s far beyond what most RVers would ever even think of.

In the video, he shares his top six high-tech solutions for working on the road and doing it comfortably. In his case, he can sometimes live in one place for weeks at a time without hooking up to utilities.

This RVer is far more technology savvy that most of us. You’ll marvel at his creativity in turning his RV into what truly is an “RVer’s technology dream.”

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BadWolfe
4 months ago

Well done. Thank you for the great information, professional editing and posting! Really well thought out solutions. You hit on one subject I am still attempting to resolve, a complete security system for the RV as we travel. The part I keep getting stuck on is the DVR and Notification requirements, but without requiring an internet connection. I am at the point that I don’t think there is a way to satisfy this without having the added cost of an “always connected” internet service…

Greg Thompson
4 months ago

Wow! I’m impressed. I subscribed to his YouTube channel.

J.Jackson
4 months ago

A true innovator. Great job.

chris
4 months ago

What is the input voltage to your inverter? What is the solar voltage into the controllers?

Last edited 4 months ago by chris
Gene M
4 months ago
Reply to  chris

always 12vdc, it’s the amps that matter.

chris
4 months ago
Reply to  Gene M

Ok. I would think you’d be at higher voltage with all that power. 12v = big, unwieldy wire.

Bill Fisher
4 months ago

Wow! Very impressive!