It's just a phone app. Used it for years. It was $2 iirc. Works great. Overlays GPS tracks onto a map of runs and stuff too. Pretty neat.That app/device? is cool really.
I wondered about the high voltage issue, I have heard allot of worry wart types talk about equalizing there batteries with everything off for that reason, I had not put much thought into it.
Interesting idea! I'll have to tear it Down and see. It's still a plastic (although glass fiber reinforced it seems) body.indeed it is.
I would see if medeco has a cam/cabinet lock that would fit your handle.
commonly used on retail display cases and such.
How big is it? I need something like less than 1/2 thick by a couple inches at most.... I'll have to look now tho, may be able to get it down by the fuse block also.https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01MSYVMAL/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o04_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
I picked up one of those for a titanium project and it's pretty solid for $20.
Ever play with FatMaps?It's just a phone app. Used it for years. It was $2 iirc. Works great. Overlays GPS tracks onto a map of runs and stuff too. Pretty neat.
Never used FatMaps.Ever play with FatMaps?
I used to run Skitracks...my ski buddy and I would always compete for top speed. I got one in the high 60's one day (legitimate), showed it to him (winning for the season), and the app then crashed before I could save it :mad3: he's the only one who ever saw it and to this day denies it to everyone that it ever happened. Jerk :laughing:
Just got back from a week in Chamonix, we had some pretty epic weather there too hello from 12,000 ft!
Yup, don't crash.....
Ah I see.... LolYeah that would be a tad warm LOL, the intent of the "coolant" based ones (i didn't elaborate) is to use a diesel fired heater in a hydronic loop to heat these various modules with a radiant manifold just like a normal radiant residential system. The temp of the battery would be maintained to the ideal temp that way no FIRE temp haha.
That was my intention for listing it here. The hydronic systems seem to be game changers for RV type construction as the space saving and fuel consumption are so efficient.
The new Airstreams use a Alde system, definitely more costly than the system I would build though.
Yeah, I'm kicking myself for not doing it the first time.I could see that for your use. I stayed in a house with radiant floors one time in NM, and it was glorious to put your feet down in the morning on warm wood.
Yeah the fan coils work just fine. I want warm floors though! You can do it for much less than 3". Just loose a little efficiency. I can make it happen in 3/4" probably. 1" at most.We have an espar coolant heater in the pete but it runs through coil in the ac/heat to air exchanger. Its nice and super efficiant. I looked at floor heat but couldnt spair the 3" in flooring to make it work. We also loop it into a ate exchanger for hot water.
Ha no worries.Dumb question alert...
Could you do it now under the box? Jack up box to allow radiant tube carved xps foam to be installed? I have no remembrance of what the underside of your floor looks like.
Pretty sure you've seen some of the floor I'm building for the bus. Not to say that's the way you'd want to or should do it, but if it gives you ideas, ask away. If I had a better look at the underside of your box, I think I'd be all over it. The way I've seen it, warm floors are worth damn near any effort they take to achieve.Yeah the fan coils work just fine. I want warm floors though! You can do it for much less than 3". Just loose a little efficiency. I can make it happen in 3/4" probably. 1" at most.
Yeah I wish I had done it!!! I may rip the floor out and do it at some point.... Id probably do a tank instead of the hot water heater also. and recirc back to the water tank.Pretty sure you've seen some of the floor I'm building for the bus. Not to say that's the way you'd want to or should do it, but if it gives you ideas, ask away. If I had a better look at the underside of your box, I think I'd be all over it. The way I've seen it, warm floors are worth damn near any effort they take to achieve.
Ours will use propane heat while boondocked. Maybe diesel later on. I'll keep it open to the swap. Return from the floor will pass through the engine block for easy winter starts. About 280 square feet of heated floor solves a crap load of problems. No temperature differentials between rooms. Of course, you don't have as much space to heat or as much wall separation, so yours would be fairly cheap and easy to set up. Wish all us current camper builders on PBB were closer together so we could each lend a hand.