With JAYCOMMAND, you can control systems such as:
Now when you want to adjust the air conditioner or heat pump, you can do it from home, the trail, the RV or anywhere. Setting the perfect temperature for you and your family, friends and pets – before, during and after your adventures – has never been easier.
Multiple Light Zones
After a long day of hiking, turn on your interior and exterior lights from anywhere for a safe and reassuring return. If you’re far away and unsure whether you turned the lights off, a simple touch gives you peace of mind.
If an unexpected storm rolls in or the the wind picks up and you are inside your coach in the cozy confines of your bed – you can conveniently close the awning and protect your valuable property. Then, when it’s time to enjoy the great outdoors again, open the awning with your app.
If you’re out boondocking, knowing how much stuff is in your holding tanks is extremely important. The longer you stay without hooking up to utilities, the more critical it is to know this information. When you are out of fresh water or your grey/black tank is full, you have to do something to change the situation, period. A full grey tank will back up and come out the lowest drain in the RV—almost always the shower drain. A full black tank will back up into the toilet. An empty fresh water tank is empty. With JAYCOMMAND, you’re worry free, as you can monitor all of your tanks from your phone.
Imagine backing your coach into your ideal camping spot and engaging the auto leveling system with your phone. That is just another option you will have with Jayco’s JAYCOMMAND.
With a touch, you can operate each of the slides of your coach individually. This is a convenient way to deploy your slides on the outside of your RV, after the leveling system has been engaged.
Water Heater & Water Pump
Are you looking to take a nice hot shower when you return to the RV from your big adventure? Use JAYCOMMAND to turn on the hot water heater and water pump.
Tire Pressure Monitoring
Keep an eye on all tire levels, while on the road. Tire pressure is very important. If a tire has a low PSI, your tire could overheat and lead to a blowout. Keep your RV on the road, and you and your family safe, by monitoring your tire pressure at any time.