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Outside Our Bubble debuts CoachProxy for Tiffin motorhomes

Outside Our Bubble debuts CoachProxy for Tiffin motorhomes

FLORIDA — David Bott owner and creator of “Outside our Bubble,” with wife Brenda, has debuted the new CoachProxy product for Tiffin motorhome owners.

CoachProxy is an intelligent interface, which allows a user to operate the coach from any web browser, whether it be on a phone, tablet or computer. The product works from anywhere on any number of devices. The program controls functions such as lights, shades, heated floors and vents. It can also alert owners to issues such as tank levels getting too high, or batteries too low.

Bott said the program scales to allow rapid access to almost every feature of the coach on the Spyder control system or RVC bus.

Bott created CoachProxy with Michael and Lehnanne Kidd, from www.TurdleHerding.com. They are also full-timers and own a 2016 45OP Allegro Bus. Bott said they spent more than a year bringing the idea of CoachProxy to fruition and is extremely excited to share it.

“We set out to develop a product that fills this need at a low price point that was quick and simple. We do not pretend to be like systems you may have seen in other motorhomes, nor did we ever set out to be,” said Bott. “While we surely would love to be able to take control of everything, we can only control what is on the Spyder Controls Multiplex System in the 2014 and newer Tiffin Motorhomes.”

The aftermarket price for CoachProxy is $399. The Plug and Play device can be installed by connecting one wire.

For more information, visit CoachProxy.com. To watch a video on Coach Proxy, click here.

SOURCE: Outside our Bubble

 

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Darian Armer is the assistant editor for RV Daily Report. She lives in Billings, Montana, where she enjoys spending time with her husband and three stepchildren. Introduced to the RV industry in 2012, she is happy to be writing for one of the greatest industries around.

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