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June '18

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48 • RV PRO • June 2018 rv-pro.com A F T E R M A R K E T SOLAR BATTERY CHARGERS REDARC Electronics, Lonsdale, South Australia, Australia, offers the Redarc BCDC DC and Solar Battery Chargers, which maintain the charge of RV batteries while on the move. Using power from the vehicle's start battery and solar panels when driving or portable panels when stationary, it ensures there is battery power required to use 12-volt equipment when traveling. It's compatible with all alternator types, battery types including lithium, and works with 12- and 24-volt vehicle electrical systems. It's also proven to charge secondary banks to 100 percent state of charge. www.redarcelectronics.com SAFE PARK POWER CONNECTION SmartPlug Systems, Seattle, makes park power connection safe and easy-to-use. With more than 20 times the metal-to-metal surface contact, the 30-amp C30303BM30NT cord and stainless-steel inlet efficiently transfers electrical power and eliminates the potential for overheating, according to the company. Unlike twist-type systems, SmartPlugs have an asymmetrical design that automatically aligns and pushes straight in. The plug has spring- loaded stainless-steel side latches that automatically lock securely onto the inlet. SmartPlug's 30-amp and 50-amp inlets are also available in white, gray and black. www.smartplug.com SPECIAL PRODUCT FOCUS SURGE GUARD WITH ENHANCED FEATURES Southwire Co., Clearwater, Fla., offers the 34950 Surge Guard that provides a new level of protection for RV owners. With patent pending technology, the 34950 can detect and protect against open neutral conditions inside of the RV. This condition leads to catastrophic damage to the electrical equipment plugged in to the RV. In addition, the 34950 has been updated to include 4,200 joules of surge suppression. rvpower.southwire.com UNDER VEHICLE BATTERY MOUNT Torklift International, Sumner, Wash., presents the HiddenPower under vehicle battery mount. RVers can enjoy extra battery power at their fingertips without compromising storage. Installed under- neath the truck bed and bolted directly to the truck frame, this mount doesn't affect ground clearance and is a no-drill install. The HiddenPower becomes an extension of an RV's batteries and stays fully and continually charged by a truck's charging system. It works with most group 24 to 31 batteries. The device is U.S.A.-made with a lifetime warranty. www.torklift.com

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