REDARC explain how, with a little bit of know-how and the right gear, you can wire up your vehicle to be a reliable 12V powerhouse.
Do you really need a pure sine wave inverter in your RV, camper trailer or truck? Find out how useful they can be when you're off-road or off-the-grid
An often underrated part of any setup, a Pure Sine Wave Inverters mean you can run all the luxuries of home while on the road. REDARC explain the ins and outs of inverters and how to choose the perfect one for any setup.
Whether you need to charge your phone, laptop or power tools on the go, or want to travel remotely with some of the luxuries from home like coffee machines and televisions, the accessory you need is a Pure Sine Wave Inverter.
Anyone who’s spent more than a bit of time off-grid knows that to live comfortably you need power, and a great way to get endless power while living and working remotely is through solar. There’s something about being in the middle of nowhere, putting the 12v solar panels out and being powered purely by the sun. We caught up with travel photographer, Dan Kiritsis to find out how portable solar panels allow him to work off-grid.
Getting off grid is one of the most exciting, rewarding, and best ways to camp when exploring the country. Well, that’s life, according to Four Hands in a Tin Can. They walked us through their recent REDARC solar panel upgrade, a system they couldn’t live without.
Want a stress free Christmas off-road with the family? REDARC are here to help with some tips and tricks from the industries best. Discover more here.
Is it time for your and the family to do hit the road? Discover what 12v gear the Blonde Nomads use to keep them on the road 365 days a year.
With free camping and boondocking becoming increasingly popular, REDARC are here to help get your setup off-grid ready.
Adding solar to your camping setup is one of the easiest and most efficient ways to put that extra bit of power back into your batteries.
With so many people looking to get out and explore the country, overlanding and boondocking is becoming increasingly common. It’s easy to see why; secluded campsites in the middle of nowhere, no phone reception, no one else around for miles and it doesn’t cost you anything. If you’re looking to get into boondocking, one of the most common upgrades people do is going from a single battery to a dual battery system.
With all the comforts of home in the back of his truck, Roaming Lost’s John Kingston has designed his RAM to be the ultimate touring machine.