For Motorhomes

Installing your eZylevel®

Where to install eZylevel in a motorhome diagram

STEP 1

Level your motorhome in your usual way, from left to right and front to back, using a good quality spirit level on the floor or benchtops of your motorhome.

Remove the backing from the double-sided tape on the eZylevel® Transmitter. Fix it to an easily accessible solid horizontal or vertical smooth surface inside the motorhome. Keep away from other electrical equipment. Recommended locations are behind the driver or front passenger.

Vertical surface: Ensure front face of Transmitter is facing toward front of motorhome. The switch on the Transmitter should point towards the front of the Motorhome.

Horizontal surface: Ensure the  label ‘face towards the front of van’ is pointing towards the front of the motorhome i.e. the switch on the Transmitter is orientated towards the back and facing upwards towards the roof of the motorhome.

Transmitter calibration

STEP 2

On the Transmitter, push the switch right to the ‘Cal’ (Calibration) position and hold until the red light turns on (takes approximately six seconds).

Then push the same switch all the way left to the ON position.

Transmitter and Receiver pairing

STEP 3

Turn on the Receiver. The red lights will appear to ‘rotate’ indicating the Receiver is searching for the Transmitter signal. Wait for about 4 seconds while the raiding signal from the Transmitter pairs with the Receiver. When this occurs, only the green light will turn on confirming your motorhome is “Level”. Now turn OFF both units.

That’s it! Your eZylevel® will now remember this position when next levelling your motorhome. 

Operating your eZylevel®

STEP 1

When you pull up at your camping spot, first turn the Receiver ON and then the Transmitter. Now check which red lights are on.

STEP 2

If 2 red lights are flashing, this indicates 1 ramp is required. The first diagram below shows which wheel requires the ramp for each pair of red lights.

If only 1 red light is on, this indicates 2 ramps are required. The second diagram below shows which 2 wheels require the ramps.

STEP 3

Now drive up the ramp(s) and stop when you see a green ‘Level’ light.

eZylevel_Australian_motorhome_installation_diagram_

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eZylevel is also the only approved RV level indicator option on all Jayco Caravans and Motorhomes.