Considering the vast array of pickup trucks available on the market today – including the various styles they come in, such as King Cab, Extended Cab, and Dual Cab – it’s easy to see how they’ve become so popular. There really is a truck for every driver’s individual needs! With their tremendous payload capacity and optimized available storage space, today’s trucks offer seemingly limitless options for auxiliary battery mounting locations.
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.
When charging an auxiliary battery, our BCDC In-Vehicle Chargers deliver charging currents in excess of 25Amps for sustained periods of time. Within this charging circuit, the charger, fuse/holders, and associated connections are going to be stressed and, if not adequately cabled and connected, could lead to an excessive increase in circuit resistance, temperatures and reduced performance.
REDARC has put together some tips on keeping your batteries charged in the cold.
In choosing an auxiliary battery, you might question ‘what battery should I get?’ REDARC talk you through the different options.
Do you want to be able to run a portable fridge in your truck or 4WD? REDARC have the answer.
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The impact of the COVID-19 virus has affected each one of us, with these unprecedented times bringing challenges to families, communities, and businesses. For now, most RV sites and national parks have been temporarily closed meaning our trucks, camper trailers and rv's have been locked up.
Shaun Whale from Australian 4WD Action visited the REDARC factory so he could see first-hand where his trusted 12V products are designed and manufactured. During his visit, Shaun used the opportunity to explain the purpose of each of product and the benefits they bring to 12v builds for trucks.
Let REDARC help you to calculate your 12 requirements and how to effectively manage it when you do so.
The honest answer to this question is often, how deep is your wallet or how much do you want to spend? We could spin various combinations but when it comes to batteries, budget is usually the tipping point when choosing your next replacement auxiliary battery.
Here at REDARC, we say the battery is the heart of a dual battery system. It stores and provides the essential power to operate all of your auxiliary powered devices. But just like any other product, there are some crucial points that require closer attention when setting up your ideal dual battery system.