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SmartPlug makes OEM agreement with Advanced RV

SmartPlug makes OEM agreement with Advanced RV

SEATLLE, Wash. — Gaining more ground in the RV market, SmartPlug Systems’ shore power products are now standard on Advanced RV motorhomes, a press release from the organization stated. All of the company’s RVs are built on a Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 3500 chassis.

“Advanced RV is a truly innovative company that really listens to what its customers want,” said Ken Smith, SmartPlug CEO and founder. “SmartPlug is a great fit for such a forward-thinking RV builder.”

Established in 2012, Advanced RV works to create motorhomes tailored to clients’ specific needs and wants, the press release stated. Owner Mike Neundorfer’s training as an engineer and his personal traveling experiences greatly influence the company’s design priorities, from the ergonomic living space with storage to the aerodynamics and self-sustaining power systems, the release continued.

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The SmartPlug protects against loose connections and overheating. The sleeve configuration allows any pressure or force to be absorbed by the assembly’s body, not the electrical pins, the release stated. The company said SmartPlug is simple to orient and connect, even in the dark.

SOURCE: SmartPlug Systems press release

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