Category Archives: Technology

Interested in how we set up our computers, laptops, routers, internet, or anything else? These posts are for you.

New Internet Option For Low Income Rvers And Van Dwellers

New Internet Option For Low Income Rvers And Van Dwellers

As rvers we are always looking for affordable internet. If I had known about this plan before I signed with Unlimitedville I would have gone this route.  Some people are reporting being able to use 500 or more gigabytes a month with no issues. The service is called PC’s For People. They offer UNLIMITED wifi

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Conserving Power While Boondocking in Our RV

Conserving Power While Boondocking in Our RV

While parking lots and other areas may not be officially considered boondocking, we still need to conserve power as much as when we are in remote locations and wonderful woods. Our DIY solar system consists of 4 6V Crown batteries, and 2 110 watt solar panels but, with power conservation, that setup provides us with

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Adding a Remote Control to Our Inverter

Adding a Remote Control to Our Inverter

We use our smaller inverter almost exclusively, and save a lot of amp hours on our batteries because of it. After becoming spoiled by our Sunforce 1000 watt inverter and its remote control we really disliked having to reach to our smaller inverter’s location to flip an On/Off switch. For some reason, it seems the

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Running Network Cable in our RV

Running Network Cable in our RV

With an XBox 360 and Media PC on one end of the camper, the router and printer on the other end, and other future additions requiring a wired network connection on each end of our RV, we knew we would need to run a CAT 5 network cable. In a small area, it doesn’t take

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Our Camper Internet Configuration

Our Camper Internet Configuration

Living in a mobile residence can complicate lots of situations, one of those being the fact that you cannot simply run a residential internet connection to your RV and pull it around the country. Our livelihood comes from the internet, and we cannot go without a connection for more than a day or two without

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