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.
There is no doubt about it, a tidy and well-organized 12V dual battery system on your overland vehicle is the way to go. For the last 5 years, I have always organized my 12V system in different trucks on a ‘powerwall’. A powerwall is basically a board whereby all of your auxiliary power, charging, switches, outlets as well as other 12V accessories go.
Looking to install an onboard power system with a DC Charger? Make sure you don't get caught out with bad earth connections on your truck.
Truck U choose REDARC's BCDC1225D dc to dc charger to help keep those batteries topped up, and the margarita maker in full swing.
REDARC has picked out a few destinations in the south to check out if you’re looking for somewhere for your next getaway.
If you’re looking to get away, whether you’re a local or not, REDARC has picked out a few destinations in the Midwest for you to check out.
When setting up your first 12V system, trying to tell your volts form your amps can be confusing. We've put together an A-Z guide on the most common 12V terms.
REDARC Corporation would like to announce the release of a range of vehicle-specific mounting brackets to aid engine-bay installations of our award-winning BCDC In-vehicle DC-DC chargers.
REDARC has put together some tips on keeping your batteries charged in the cold.
Just because it’s winter doesn’t mean you need to forgo camping. With the right knowledge and preparation, getting out into the snow can be an awesome experience and one not to be missed. We’ve put together our top tips and things to know before you head into a wilderness winter wonderland.
MrTruck knows better than many the hassle of having to charge your dump trailer battery from 110V mains power. To free his trailer from the hassle of AC mains charging, he chose REDARC’s purpose-built DC-to-DC dump trailer charger, the BCDC1212T.
We all love a camping trip, whether it’s getting away for the weekend with the family or testing your truck out on some tough 4WD tracks. But sometimes a quick camping trip is not enough, and to truly get off grid you're going to need a reliable 12V setup.