REDARC’s RedVision system allows operators to monitor battery systems and ensure auxiliary and start batteries stay charged no matter what
Innovative Australian electronics company REDARC will give attendees a chance to see its RedVision system, which combines smart battery management and centralised accessory control in one powerful package that eliminates flat start batteries and reduces downtime for drivers.
With AC, DC, and solar inputs, the RedVision system allows truck operators to monitor their battery system and ensure their auxiliary and start batteries stay charged no matter what.
Live monitoring through the cab-mounted display and RedVision app allows truck owners to stay on top of their power needs.
The high-tech system enables operators to take control of all the powered appliances in the truck whether they’re inside or outside the cabin with the RedVision app.
Operators can switch on the lights, TV or aircon while they’re inside the cab or control exterior accessories such as hydraulic tippers from anywhere around the truck.
The RedVision system can also be programmed to automatically control devices, act as a master switch or disconnect non-essential loads to preserve battery power, making it a comprehensive solution for all the electrical needs in heavy-duty vehicles.
Designed, tested, and manufactured in Australia, RedVision is backed by REDARC’s leading technical support team and national REDNetwork certified installer network.
Location: Stand 369, Plaza
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