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Garnet introduces Bluetooth technology for the RV Tank Monitor

Garnet introduces Bluetooth technology for the RV Tank Monitor

ALBERTA, Canada — Garnet proudly announces the launch of its new 709-BTP3 RV tank monitor. This new gauge now has Bluetooth wireless technology, which allows recreational vehicle (RV) owners to check their tank levels via their smartphone or tablet device.

Tank levels and battery voltage can be displayed on a smartphone or tablet with a free downloadable app available on both iTunes and Google Play. The 709-BTP3 gauge monitors battery voltage, fresh and sewer holding tanks as well as connecting to your LPG tank sensor and includes a pump switch.

“Unlike so many other gauges on the market today that foul up with waste and often read full regardless of tank levels, Garnet`s SeeLeveL II  gauges do not foul up, are easy to install and provide an accurate readout. There is no more guessing how full your tank is.” stated George Fraser, president and founder of Garnet Instruments Ltd. “With the new Bluetooth-enabled gauge we have taken it one step further and can now provide you with that same accurate up-to-date information via your smartphone or tablet.”

The 709-BTP3 is accurate to 3/8 of an inch (0.95 cm). Functioning on a common bus system, the SeeLeveL only requires two wires to connect the sensors to the display and can use existing wires. Accessible tanks are easy to retrofit as the sensors adhere externally to the holding tanks, eliminating sewage buildup on the sensors. The sensors are designed to be shortened with the option to stack two sensors for larger tanks. To see product details click here.

SOURCE: Garnet press release

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About Ronnie Garrett

Ronnie Garrett is the editor in chief of RV Daily Report. She's been a writer/editor for more than 25 years, working in law enforcement, aviation, supply chain and now the RV industry. She's not a stranger to RVs, however. She grew up camping, and still camps as many weekends as she can every year.

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