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Are lithium batteries worth the cost?
Are lithium batteries worth the cost?
With lithium batteries becoming more popular as an auxiliary battery option, REDARC dig a little deeper to find out what the fuss is all about.
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The truth about alternators
The truth about alternators
We're here to help walk you through vehicle alternators and how they affect a dual battery setup.
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Which auxiliary battery do I need?
Which auxiliary battery do I need?
REDARC look at the very basics of battery types to help you select the best auxiliary battery for your budget and setup.
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When bigger is not always better
When bigger is not always better
Contrary to popular belief, getting the biggest sized battery charger is not always better for your touring setup and in this blog, we’ll tell you why.
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How To Choose The Best Vehicle Battery Charger: What’s Available
How To Choose The Best Vehicle Battery Charger: What’s Available
Find out what dual battery system is best for your vehicle setup, we cover everything from solar panels to isolators in this thorough guide allowing you to spend extra time off the grid with your vehicle
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How to choose the best vehicle battery charger: Getting started
How to choose the best vehicle battery charger: Getting started
A dual battery system will ensure you'll always have your vehicle running, the beer cold and have all your accessories working as they should. So how does it work and what do you need to consider?
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How to manage your gadgets
How to manage your gadgets

In our last blog we explained what you need to know to calculate your 12v requirements. Now we tell you exactly what you need to keep track and manage your power needs while out on the road. Last thing you want is to drain your batteries to 0, keeping the beer cold will be the last of your worries!

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How to Calculate Your 12V Requirements
How to Calculate Your 12V Requirements

Have you ever wanted to venture out to the Great Outdoors but don't know where to begin in your planning? One of the first things to consider before you start dreaming of that perfect getaway vehicle and get away van is how much power you're going to need for your journey their and back. It can be really daunting but luckily the folks at MATG have gone through the all the trials and tribulations. Here they show you how to calculate for your 12v requirements.

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