Electric RV Antenna Lift
We have been searching high and low to find a supplier that made an electric RV antenna lift. We did manage to find a company that make such a product, but the problem has been that they take 10 weeks to produce one single product.
This was so frustrating and nine times out of ten people were fed up with waiting that they cancelled their order.
New Stainless Steel Antenna Lift
So we continued searching for a well made Electric RV Antenna Lift and we are pleased to announce that this new product is made even better than our previous product offering. Our new product is made from marine grade stainless steel plus has been specially adapted now exclusively for us with a larger base plate for easy and sturdy fixing to your RV roof. Basically you simply attach your Wifi Ranger (or similar antenna) to the Electric RV Antenna Lift, and wire the switch in a convenient place inside your RV. Simply push the supplied toggle switch and the antenna rises to an upright position within 5 seconds. To stow operation is the same but in reverse.
Without exception I have to say that combined with the WifiRanger the difference to our wifi reception is incredible wherever we go and we now wouldn’t be without it. Installation is easy and it’s a plug and play system.
The Electric RV Antenna Lift is supplied with all the cables and switches you will need plus there is also an optional auto stow relay so that as soon as your RV ignition is turned on the antenna will automatically stow itself. All you will need is eight self tapping bolts or screws and some Dicor lap sealant. Either feed the switch cable for the electric antenna lift through the roof via an existing cable duct. If you decide to drill a new hole for the cable to be channeled through it’s important to make sure that any holes drilled through the roof are sealed properly so that you don’t have any water leaks. It’s normally best to bring this out into a cupboard.
You will need a 12 volt DC supply to operate the antenna lift. You may have to purchase a 110vac to 12vdc small transformer. Connect the positive and negative cables to your 12v supply and you are good to go. Please see our Youtube video below for more details. Ask a pre-sales question