WFCO Electronics has a growing online library of installation, replacement, and product videos to help dealers and technicians install WFCO products and communicate the benefits of those products to their customers on the WFCO website at wfcoelectronics.com.
To support the release of the new EM-15 and EM-20 Energy Management Switches, Arterra Distribution, the RV division of the WFCO Group, added a comprehensive video to its website explaining how the products work and the benefits of using the EM-15 and EM-20.
In essence, the EM-15 and EM-20 allow manufacturers to install more 110V appliances in an RV when the breaker box is already at capacity. The EM switches are safe, efficient, and more cost effective than installing a higher amp service.
We designed the EM-15 and EM-20 in response to the growing power demands of the RV industry. These flexible Energy Management Switches can be used for different RVs, making them the most universal on the market. With the EM-15 and EM-20, the RV owner can choose which power loads are the most important, depending on their individual needs.
These videos represent one of many tools WFCO has developed for the selection and installation of its products under the umbrella of its Power Pros team, which provides technical support and training for the installation and maintenance of all WFCO power products. WFCO works tirelessly to meet the needs of service professionals in the RV industry, and we are always looking for ways to help streamline installation and make their day a little easier. These videos are our way of bringing the information directly to those who benefit from it the most. More installation videos and “tools” for the training and support of technicians will continue to be posted under the website’s “Support” tab.
View the EM-15/20 video on our website today!
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