I am the happy owner of a 2007 Country Coach Magna 630 with aVMS240 with the recent upgrade to a HMS360 display and iPhone app control. I can't seem to connect the RVCair app to the TM550. In looking at the manual for it I have a green light for power and a solid blue for communication. The red light is a steady rapid flashing. On the phone I can connect to the TM550 and have passed the password stage and have put in the current IP address it is broadcasting. However there is no data transfer on the RVCair app. The TM550 is HW v2.0 with software v2.02. The RVCair is v1.12. I have tried resetting the the TM550 with the reset button and have disconnected to hopefully repower. Any advice to connect would be appreciated.
VMS 240 CL
What do you do when you want to plug your coach into shore power--but, say, you've landed your American-made coach in the UK? How does this 50cycle and 230VAC pan out on North American-style 220VAC 60cycle? The coach in question has this symptom: When plugged into shore power, the the transfer switch won't "pull in" (latch) and the error "Bad Frequency" is displayed on the Total Coach panel. I've emailed this question out specifically to folks who have indicated they're in the UK. Yes--All Six Of Them! ;-) You folks and anyone else with specific knowledge are welcome to join us to reveal your clever solutions. And, if things were sometimes by trial and, er...retrial--share those too! cheers Art //
The screen in my VMS 240CL got broken. The VMS worked perfectly until then. If you have a used or broken VMS 240 or know where I can obtain one please reply. I would pay to send it to SilverLeaf and buy it if they could replace the screen in mine. It is in a 2009 CC Infinity, I can not upgrade to a VMS 440 because I had a Pioneer AVIC Z1 installed in the center console and there is no room for the much larger VMS 440. Any suggestions would be appreciated. Norb Witt 916-6112-7024 nwitt__@__sbcglobal.net [site manager has added __ to the address. Remove them when mailing.]
I noticed as I have my system plugged in, I was running hot one day at the check engine light came on but the system never recorded it. I do not think it is pulling any engine codes. Is there a way to test to see if it is?
Hi Art New Guy on the forum, old silverleaf user. I do not see any reference to a VMS 240 CL in browsing all the forums. Did I miss it, is the 240 out of date, or is it grouped under some other model? Thank You Dave O
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Im the happy owner of a 2007 CC Magna 630 with a VMS240 CL. The VMS controls the tile heat in the floor. The heat is zoned front and bathroom- the front heat does not work and the bath heat is fine. The resistance measurement for the front heat grid is in spec and the voltage to/from the GFI that powers the front grid is correct. How does the VMS control the grid and where is the thermostat that controls the VMS?
I have a VMS 240 CL. Country Coach Intrigue 2004 42' 11696, Cat C12 Today I pulled into a camp ground and went in to reregister when I got back to the coach to start it all values on the VMS 240 CL showed 0 and the coach would not start. This has happened once before (same scenario). Both times I tried several times to get the engine to start. While it would crank it would not start. Both times after turning the ignition on and off a few times finally the VMS showed the proper values and the coach started fine. Any ideas as to where to start looking for the problem?
I have a 2006 country coach affinity, generator starts fine from manual on/off start but does not start from totalcoach panel or VMS. I have read the blogs and tried recycling the house battery. Tried starting from manual and then try to shut off with VMS, no luck. Tried starting and stopping directly at generator, then cycling power, no luck, etc. Any suggestions.
I have the Silverleaf VMS240. with the Smart Tire II pressure & temp monitor. Trying to find out if I can purchase just the part that fits onto the valve stem from Pressure Pro and have the Silverleaf monitor the readings. I'm trying not to have another device attached to the dash or side window to look at. Mark, Reading other post here, you indicated that if the unit has the system upgraded ie:You will need to have version 40RV25 or newer to have Pressure Pro support with all known issues fixed. Re:CL 240 Smartire sensors Just a note that I did switch to PressurePro sensors and the 240 displays them although a interface was needed to connect. John By JohnFreyja at 2014-04-12 09:35 reply Was this "INTERFACE" part of the software upgrade to the 40RV25 or newer? Thanks