This is an upgrade unit only, which requires an existing Manager30 and RedVision display unit in order to provide all functionality.
TOTAL CONTROL AT YOUR FINGERTIPS
RedVision by REDARC provides an unprecedented level of control and automation to your 4x4, caravan, camper, RV or work vehicle. Control accessories such as lights, fridges, TVs and inverters via the physical screen or your Bluetooth connected mobile device.
When combined with the RedVision screen and Manager30 battery management system (sold separately), the TVMS Prime provides real time and accurate state of charge, power input/output and ambient temperature information.
Six dedicated tank level sensor inputs and two ambient temperature inputs make the Prime RedVision System the all-seeing eye of your power set up.
The Prime RedVision system allows complete control of multiple on-board devices including lights, fans, fridges, inverters, and pumps.
Its 10 output channels include 5x 30A and 5x 10A channels, perfect for controlling a mix of low and high-powered devices. With a max current of 80A, you’ll never be limited to how many devices you can run at once. A dedicated inverter channel brings the total number of channels to 11.
Take control outside with the connected Bluetooth app or use the included RedVision display.
Save time and energy by using RedVision to automate those mundane tasks. With the press of a button, switch off everything except for your fridge or power down non-essential loads when your batteries are running low.
For the complete RedVision solution, pair your TVMS Rogue with the Manager30 battery management system. Find out more here.
- 5x 30A outputs
- 5x 10A outputs
- 80A maximum current
- 6x tank sensor inputs
- 2x temp sensor inputs
- 1x voltage sensor input
- 1x dedicated inverter output
- Easy accessible fuses
- Fully programmable
*The RedVision system (TVMS1280) and RedVision/Manager30 Kits (TVMSKIT05) are compliant to Australian and New Zealand regulations only. As a result, availability of the RedVision mobile applications outside of these regions are restricted accordingly.