Let the RedVision total vehicle management system streamline your life.

It’s no newsflash that 4WDers in general are carting about more and more electronic gadgets and accessories than ever before.

Sure, fridges, camp lighting, water pumps, inverters and chargers can all make our lives easier when touring remotely. But at what cost?

Simply staying on top of what’s going on with every part of a complicated 12V system causes plenty of headaches. And that’s before disaster strikes.

If any component of your 12V system fails while travelling remotely, it’s all but guaranteed to be a hassle at minimum, or catastrophic at worst.

The truth is that many of these sorts of issues are avoidable and are caused by failure to monitor your system’s vital signs.

REDARC’s RedVision total vehicle management system is a slick product that offers a new level of automation to the touring experience.

We’ve been running REDARC gear in all of our vehicles for many years now, but the RedVision system is a real game-changer that simplifies life on the road, while allowing real peace of mind when you’re a long way from any sort of backup.

You can switch your fridge, lights, inverter or whatever other gadgets you’re running on or off using either the display or the handy app you can add to your phone.

The RedVision system provides instant readings on your rig’s vital functions like water levels and running temperature, and if you have it paired with a Manager battery management system, you can keep an eye on your auxiliary battery power levels while on the go.

If your 4WD’s cockpit is starting to look like the inside of an air traffic control tower, with blinking lights and switches everywhere you look, it’s time to do yourself a favour and streamline your setup.

You’d be surprised just what a difference it makes to your stress levels bringing control of your rig’s various functions and accessories under the one umbrella.

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