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10 Tips To Maximise Your Power Management System
10 Tips To Maximise Your Power Management System
Whether you have a simple battery or a complex dual battery system, here’s 10 ways to get the maximum efficiency from your power management system.
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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 best 12V setup for a Troopy
The best 12V setup for a Troopy
Tim and Jes have put all the 12-volt bells and whistles on their trusty Troopy, they talk us through their build and explain the importance of having the right equipment.
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The Mighty60 review the BCDC1250D
The Mighty60 review the BCDC1250D
How a 50amp dc to dc charger upgrade has helped turn a 60 series LandCruiser into an offroad adventurer.
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Making every amp count
Making every amp count
Combining plenty of prep and learning on the road, The Todoing Family offer key advice on making every amp work for you.
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Aussie4x4Touring's AC-DC SmartCharger Review
Aussie4x4Touring's AC-DC SmartCharger Review
The team behind Aussie4x4Touring put REDARC's smart charge ac battery chargers to the test.
Retrofitting a Nissan Patrol for offroad travel
Retrofitting a Nissan Patrol for offroad travel
How a family of three upgrading their 19 year old Nissan Patrol to become completely self sufficient.
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Review: REDARC 10A SmartCharge AC Battery Charger
Review: REDARC 10A SmartCharge AC Battery Charger
Andrew and Peta from Top Wire Traveller put our 10A SmartCharge AC Battery Charger to the test
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A 79 Series in South America
A 79 Series in South America
REDARC catchup with Trepic to find out how the South American leg of their world tour in the 79 series LandCruiser is going.
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When reliability matters; BCDC review
When reliability matters; BCDC review
Ethan and Ebony are the faces behind 4x4au. In this blog, they talk about why the BCDC has been so integral for their travels.
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