Propane Tank Sensor on a Motorhome – For Rough Roads

Background: Here is some information from an RV Whisper customer and his experience installing and using a Mopeka XL Propane Level Sensor on his Class C 13 gallon (53 pounds) propane tank that is permanently mounted. “Immediately after the install, we went on a trip that involved hundreds of miles of poorly maintained roads, mostly dirt or gravel.  So far, the XL sensor hasn’t budged.“ He mounted the sensor with some clever techniques to make Read more…

Using iPhone or iPad Personal Hotspot for RV Whisper Monitor Station

Depending on your model of iPhone or iPad and your cellular data plan, your iPhone may support a Personal Hotspot feature that the RV Whisper monitor station can use to connect to the internet. However, the iPhone or iPad only lets devices connect to the Personal Hotspot while the Personal Hotspot screen is visible on the phone. This is an iPhone / iPad feature (not a bug, because it’s supposed to work that way according Read more…

Airstream Aluminum Propane Tank Monitoring

Some Airstream trailers have Aluminum 30 lb. propane cylinders instead of the steel 30 lb. propane cylinders that are more common. The Aluminum, while being really cool, means the magnets on the Mopeka propane sensors will not stick to the bottom of them. Since RV Whisper integrates with the latest versions (Firmware V1.2 and above) of the Mopeka propane sensors, one determined Airstream owner figured out a way to mount the Mopeka propane sensors on Read more…