Redarc’s NEW and IMPROVED DC to DC Battery Charger
Described as the ‘auxiliary battery charging specialist’, REDARC Electronics has released the next generation of its award winning Smart Start BCDC In-vehicle battery charger.
The new BCDC continues to re-set the industry standard for DC to DC battery chargers. The upgraded, next generation 25amp model now includes features to make it the most advanced product on the market.
Charging auxiliary batteries from either solar or a vehicle alternator has never been easier. The new 25 amp BCDC now has separate vehicle DC and solar inputs, simplifying installation. The unit will charge from both solar and the alternator simultaneously and with inbuilt ‘Green Power Priority,’ the BCDC will select solar charging first, taking the load off the vehicles alternator.
With an increasing number of 12 volt electrical accessories and devices being used when travelling around Australia, along with more complex vehicle electrical systems than seen in years gone by, having the right battery charging solution has never been more important.
The one unit can now be used with either standard or variable voltage/smart alternators and will work with 12 or 24 volt vehicle systems. And, the new BCDC In-vehicle battery charger will charge AGM, GEL, standard lead acid and calcium batteries as well as now incorporating a charging profile for Lithium (LiFePO4) batteries, which ensures the charger can be used now and well into the future!
The REDARC range of BCDC in-vehicle battery chargers ensure optimum performance of electrical equipment such as fridges, lights, camera’s or even CPAP machines when powered from a dual battery set up by providing a unique multi-stage charging algorithm.
REDARC in-vehicle battery chargers are well protected, incorporating dual battery isolation functionality as well as fault recognition that includes protection against voltage spikes, overheating and reverse polarity.
Compact in size and fully sealed – water, dust and vibration are no match for the in-vehicle battery chargers. They can handle the roughest tracks in outback Australia and even deep water crossings at Cape York.
Designed, built and tested in Australia for our unique conditions, they work in the extreme heat of the Simpson Desert, operating up to 80°C. A higher operating temperature allows for flexible installation options, from the engine bay to inside a van or camper trailer.
To find out more information about the next generation REDARC BCDC in-vehicle charger, visit their website.