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REDARC – the ultimate in safety for towing
REDARC has 40 years experience in the research, design, development and manufacture of a range of electronic voltage converters and associated products including inverters, power supplies, DC to DC battery chargers and Battery Management Systems, CANBus modules, electric brake controllers, 52mm gauges and customised electronic modules.
REDARC’s range of electric brake controllers provide ultimate safety when towing, offering a smoother trailer braking response suitable for 12V or 24V vehicle systems. When you’re towing the weight of a 2.5 tonne vehicle behind you on an open highway, it’s important to ensure the safety of yourself and others with an effective and controlled electric brake system in place. Not only do Redarc electric brake controllers suit most braking applications, but they also take up very little space on the dashboard and can be easily adjusted with the turn of a switch.
The REDARC award-winning Tow-Pro Elite Electric Brake Controller is the only electric brake controller in the market to offer two types of braking in the one unit – proportional and user-controlled modes. With the addition of proportional braking modes, you can ensure accurate and optimal force is applied in response to how hard your vehicle is braking. The Tow-Pro Elite also allows manual override where you see fit. The Elite and our extended Tow-Pro range are designed to suit most trailer braking applications, require minimal dashboard space and are simple to install and operate.
Have questions? Contact us today and speak with our friendly, expert team to find the right product for your vehicle.
“While travelling to the NT with our caravan the Redarc brake control started flashing red. On our way home we phoned Halls who said to come past to check the problem – half hour later (no charge) still has the same problem. Redarc approved Halls to change the module at no charge under warrantee. We would always recommend Halls Towbars to our family and friends – they are friendly, helpful and nothing was too much trouble – Thanks to Dean, Ben, David and Belinda.”