Xantrex, Marshall Excelsior, PullRite and Safety Alert Training Coming to PA

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The Pennsylvania RV and Camping Association will host Xantrex, Marshall Excelsior, PullRite, and Safety Alert training on Feb. 14-15. The first day of training will be held at the Oil City Conference Center in Oil City, PA from 8:00am–5pm. The second training will be held at the Comfort Inn in New Stanton, PA. Note that the same materials will be covered in each training session.
Training is free, with lunch provided, and open to PRVCA members only (click here to apply with PRVCA). The event qualifies for 10 recertification hours.
Instructors William Thomknson, Jason Peck, Scott Rasely, and Rm Lynd will be on-site to review the following information:
  • Xantrex Inverter/Converter
Discussion points will include: what an inverter/converter does, its benefits and limitations, different types of inverters, pure sine vs. modified sine, and the benefits and limitations of each. Presentation will cover: common issues regarding inverter selection and installation,how to troubleshoot common problems, and how to select the proper sixe inverter that will be safe for your installation.
  • Marshall Excelsior
Understand why it is important to measure BTUs and inches of water column to utilize the correct size hose and regulation; learn the proper steps for a flow and leak check; discuss the value and importance of using LP products on RVs that are made in the U.S.A.
  • PullRite–Fifth Wheel Towing
Understand the correct hitch needed for the customer’s application and learn how to properly guide customers through the selection process. Discussion points include: how to properly match the trailers weight and size to the customers long or short bed truck, the need for a stationary or an automatic sliding hitch, the difference between universal or no drill custom mounting brackets and CBT, OEM installation applications, and new products.
  • Safety Alert
Key points are: where you should install a combination CO/gas alarm and what the difference is between a residential detector and an approved RV detector.
To register for the Feb. 14 training, visit online here. To register for the February 15th training, visit online here. For more information call 888-303-2887.

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