Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine's recently declared a shelter in place order for Ohio effective midnight on Monday 23rd March, see below.
Since Boundless Power Systems is classified as non essential, we will not be able to complete any installation work until the order is lifted which is currently scheduled for 11:59pm April 6th.
We are working from home and are responding to Quote Requests and technical questions. Quote requests will be processed in the order they are received and if an installation appointment is required they will be schedulled in the order the quote requests are received and accepted.
I hope this unavoidable closure does not cause too much disruption to your future plans. If you have any questions or concerns please don’t hesitate to contact us.
Boundless Power Systems installs mobile power systems for RV's, travel trailers, vans and other mobile applications. Power systems include batteries, solar panels and chargers, inverter chargers to convert battery power into AC power and to charge the batteries and associated control and monitoring systems.
We specialize in Victron Energy products including lithium batteries and MultiPlus inverter chargers.
Visitors are welcome to discuss power system needs or use the Quote Request Form to request an installation estimate.
Installations are done in a custom built 3200sqft building located to the east of Mount Vernon, OH. The building has two installation bays that will accommodate RV's or travel trailers up to 38ft long and 14ft high.
There is an operating power system installation in the lobby that features the main components in a typical mobile power system. The display provides an overview and familiarization of the main system components which can be useful for customers unsure of what system they need for their RV or travel trailer. A live demonstration of the functionality of Victron Energy's VRM can also be provided.
Stop by to discuss your future RV or travel trailer power system needs. We will be glad to walk you through the options and relative cost.
If you have a long rig, it is recommended that you enter the site whilst heading east bound on RT36 (out of Mount Vernon).