Jayco Eagle Fifth Wheels 2023 LCI One Control App User Manual

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LCI One Control App

The OneControl System is a Bluetooth-controlled system incorporating a touchscreen typically located inside the entrance door. This system will control certain systems within your RV through the use of the touchscreen such as awnings, the leveling system, lighting, slide-outs etc.

NOTE: The systems described are a typical representation of what you could see on your smart device. If specific apps are not displayed on your device they are not installed and may not be available for your RV.

The One Control System will not operate the hall light, lights located inside each slide-out, exterior amber/red marker lights, or the LED strip lights located on the front or rear caps.

Bluetooth Operation of the One Control® System
Refer to the One Control ® App section of this manual or the manufacturer’s user guide for information on using the Bluetooth app.

Touchscreen operation

The touchscreen has four selections on the left side of the screen: HOME, DEVICES, SET-TINGS, and HELP. There are also (3) touch buttons on the screen for lighting.

  • DEVICES: The DEVICES button will bring up selections for slideouts, stabilizers, auto leveling or lighting. Pressing the LIGHTING button brings up choices for lights in the RV. These are the same lighting selections found on the HOME screen. Pressing the SLIDES button will open a selection screen showing all the slides on the RV. Selecting one of the slides will open another screen that has In and Out buttons (also labeled + and -). Pressing and holding either button will extend or retract the slide. The back arrow at the upper left returns you to the previous screen. Pressing the STABILIZERS button will open a selection screen showing available stabilizers. Selecting a stabilizer will open the control screen that allows you to retract or extend the stabilizers. Press the back arrow at the top left to go back to the previous screen. If your RV has Auto Leveling, refer to the OneControl Manual for detailed operating information.
  • SETTINGS: The SETTINGS button will bring up selections for Diagnostics, Re-sync Devices, Units, Developer, and System Clock. Refer to the One Control manual for detailed operating information.
  • HELP: The HELP button will bring up a link for an electronic version of the manual (or manuals) and any videos that may explain the operation of the system.
  • For additional information on using the touchscreen system, refer to the manufacturer’s user guide.
LCI One Control® App(if so equipped)

Some models may include a Bluetooth control module that works with the LCI One Control App for your smartphone, tablet, or another smart device. When connecting to this app, certain systems in your RV can be controlled remotely from your smart device. This free app is available for download for your smartphone, tablet, or smart device.

NOTE: The systems described are only a typical representation of what you could see on your smart device. If specific apps are not displayed on your device they are not installed and may not be available for your RV.

Connecting to the Bluetooth Control module
A Bluetooth control module is mounted in the basement area of the RV. A Password and a Device Name are required for this Bluetooth connection. The Password and Device Name can typically be found on a label located inside a cabinet near the entrance door of the RV. The password and device name will also be located on a label on the control module in the basement area although this may not be easily accessible.

The password is (6) numerical digits. To connect: enable Bluetooth on your smart device, scan for available Bluetooth connections, and the Device Name will name appear as a connection. Select and it should prompt for the 6-digit password.

  • Awning Operation: Select the AWNING icon, the screen opens showing the awnings. If there are multiple awnings, there will be a selection for each awning at the left of the screen. Select the awning you want to control, then press and hold the EXTEND (B) or RETRACT (C) buttons. Select the back arrow (A) to return to the previous screen
  • Leveler Operation: Select the LEVELER icon, the screen opens showing the leveler control panel. This screen will allow you to extend and retract the jacks and to auto-level the RV. Press the AUTO LEVEL button (A) to begin leveling the RV. Refer to the Lippert User Guide for the One Control system for more detailed information. Select the HOME icon to return to the previous screen.
  • Slide-out Operation: Select the SLIDES icon which will open the slide-out screen. The screen can display up to (4) slide-outs. Slide-outs will be numbered 1-4 on the touchscreen. Press Slide 01, and then press and hold the OUT (A) button to extend the slide or the IN (B) button to retract it. Repeat this action on the remaining slide-outs. Select the back arrow to return to the Device Selection screen.
IMPORTANT SAFETY FEATURE

If Slide 01 is missing from the list, this indicates a problem with the bedroom slide-out. In order for the slideout to function properly, the bedroom door MUST BE OPEN. An electronic door catch has been installed to the wall in the bedroom behind the door. A second piece is mounted to the door. If the door is closed, the Slide 01 notification on the touch-screen display will disappear and the slide-out will NOT operate. When the bedroom door is opened and the catch pieces connect, the Slide 01 notification will appear on the touchscreen display and the slide-out can then be operated normally.

NOTE: This same safety feature applies to the slide-out switch on the wall or on the Command Center switch panel. The bedroom door must be open and the catch pieces connected for the bedroom slide to work.

Operating the Lights: Select the LIGHTING icon and the Lighting Control screen opens allowing you to control lighting in your RV.To operate, scroll through the list and find the light you want. Individual lighting controls will appear on this screen. If the switch is ON, the light bulb for each item will illuminate. If the ALL ON switch is selected, all the lights shown on the screen will turn ON. Selecting ALL OFF turns all the lights OFF. The lights will light in steps to prevent a power surge. Light switches may have to be toggled twice for them to operate as this system is multiplexed with the command center panel and other wireless controllers in the RV. The One Control System will NOT operate the hall light, lights located inside each slide-out, exterior amber/red marker lights, or the LED lights located on the front or rear caps.

Inverter (if so equipped)

A factory-installed inverter converts 12-volt DC to useable 120-volts AC and supplies continuous AC power to the appliance plugged into it. It is important that you familiarize yourself with the inverter’s function and operation. The inverter should be “off” when not in use.

NOTE: The factory-installed inverter is not intended for use, nor should be used, with any medical device(s). The inverter may, however, be used with some CPAP machines, depending on the CPAP model. Consult your CPAP machine’s instruction manual before use to ensure proper operation.

If your recreation vehicle is equipped with a residential-style refrigerator, the inverter may be used to supply the 120-volts AC necessary to power the refrigerator.

Maintenance

There are no customer-serviceable parts inside the inverter case and the manufacturer’s warranty will be void if the case has been removed. The inverter cooling fins and the cooling fan should be kept clear of any obstructions.

Command Center Switch (if so equipped)

Your RV may have an inverter remote display on the Command Center switch panel. There are power and select buttons, Status/Display indicators and a single-line digital alpha-numeric display. The display can show measured battery voltage, AC output power, inverter settings, and error codes.
Refer to the Inverter manufacturer’s manual in your warranty packet for further operating instructions, error codes, changing inverter settings and safety information. The POWER button is used to turn the inverter on and off. To turn on the inverter and the LED display press and hold POWER for 1 second until you hear a beep.

NOTE: When in Inverter Mode you will be able to cycle through Battery Voltage, Inverter Power, inverter settings and error codes.
When in Bypass Mode you will be able to cycle through Battery Voltage, inverter settings and error codes. Inverter Power will not be available because the inverter is idle.

The STATUS and DISPLAY indicators indicate the inverter status:

  • STATUS & DISPLAY LEDS – both GREEN – Unit is plugged into shore power. The panel is in Bypass Mode and will display battery voltage in DC volts.
  • STATUS LED AMBER, DISPLAY LED GREEN – Inverter Mode is active. Inverter is ON and will display battery voltage in DC volts (not connected to shore power).
  • STATUS & DISPLAY LEDS – both AMBER – Inverter Mode is active. Inverter is ON, pressing the SELECT button will display the inverter power output. Display shows power output in KW.
  • TATUS LED FLASHES AMBER, DISPLAY LED IS OFF – If the unit is in Inverter Mode, and you plug in shore power, the STATUS LED will begin flashing AMBER and the unit will switch to Bypass Mode within 20 seconds of detecting an AC input.
  • If the STATUS LED is RED and the DISPLAY LED is OFF, the display will show an error code of E01 through E12. This indicates a fault in the inverter circuit that needs attention. Inverter will shut down.

NOTE: The power button is NOT a power disconnect switch and will not remove DC power from the inverter. Disconnect ALL power from the inverter before working on it.

Refer to the Inverter manufacturer’s manual in your warranty packet for further operating instructions, error codes, changing inverter settings and safety information.

Testing The Campsite Power Connection

The campsite 120-volt power receptacle(s) should always be tested for proper functionality prior to plugging the recreation vehicle shore power cord into it.
Campsite 120-volt power receptacles can be tested using a digital multimeter or a dedicated circuit analyzer. Dedicated circuit analyzers plug directly into the campsite power receptacle and minimally test for open neutral, open ground, and correct polarity.

WARNING
Do not hook up the power cord to any receptacle until you have verified proper polarity and grounding.

DO NOT plug the shore power cord into a campsite receptacle(s):

  • That has reverse polarity
  • With non-functioning ground circuits
  • That shows outward signs of heat damage.
  • Doing so may result in property damage or serious injury. Plugging the shore power cord into an incorrectly wired power source could damage the recreation vehicle’s electrical system and result in severe or fatal injury. Damage or injury resulting from connection to malfunctioning or improperly wired power sources is not covered by your recreation vehicle warranty.

DO NOT

  • Do not use any cheater plug, adapter, or extension cord to reconfigure incoming AC power or break the continuity of the circuit connected to the grounding pin.
  • Do not connect the power cord to an outlet that is not grounded, or adapt the power cord plug to connect it to a receptacle for which it is not designed.
  • Do not remove the grounding pin to connect to a non-grounded receptacle. Removal of the ground pin disables an important safety feature designed to prevent shock and electrocution hazards.
  • Do not connect the power cord to an extension cord. Use of an improper extension cord will cause overheating of the cord as well as potentially causing premature failure of the AC equipment.
  • The power cord must be fully extended when in use and not left coiled in the electrical compartment or on the ground. A power cord left coiled may potentially create enough heat to melt its protective casing.

It is the responsibility of the owner of the electrical receptacle to ensure that the receptacle is properly wired and grounded. Reverse polarity and/or im-proper grounding of your RV can cause property damage or serious personal injury.

Connecting the Power Cord

Always test the external power source (i.e., the campsite power receptacle or electrical box) with a ground monitor before connecting your power cord to it. If the ground monitor indi-cates ‘reverse polarity’ or an ‘open ground’ DO NOT connect the power cord. To help prevent power surges from damaging the connected loads, please follow these instructions when hooking up to the external power source:

  1. Turn off the load center main 120-volt circuit breaker.
  2. Carefully extend the entire length of the power cord (approximately 25’-35’) from the electric cable hatch to the external power source.
  3. Plug the power cord into the receptacle. Be sure all the power cord prongs are properly plugged into the receptacle.
  4. Return to your RV and turn on the load center main circuit breaker.
  5. The shore power cord should be unplugged when the recreation vehicle is left unattended.

When you are ready to leave, reverse the power cord connection process. Use care to prevent damaging the power cord electrical connection pins when connecting or disconnecting the shore power cord. Grasp the plug to remove the power cord from the outlet; do not unplug it by pulling on the cord.

Maintenance
Inspect the power cord for cuts, cracks and worn insulation. Have the power cord been replaced immediately if these symptoms are noticed?

Reference Links

View Full User Guide: Jayco Eagle Fifth Wheels 2023 User Manual

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