The Winter Newsletter is now available.
Since it's launch in 2014, Tow-Pro has become Australia's most popular Electric Brake Controller - the benchmark for easy to use, safe trailer braking. The Evolution of Tow-Pro continued last year with the release of the Tow-Pro Elite. Now comes the Tow-Pro Classic.
REDARC are pleased to announce their sponsorship of the REDARC plaza, new for the 2016 Big Red Bash held 4th- 6th July.
REDARC has recently become a member of the Speciality Equipment and Market Association (SEMA). This trade association forms one of the most diverse groups of manufacturers, distributors, retailers, auto restorers, car clubs and more in the North American automotive aftermarket.
REDARC are excited to announce of its new website launching May 17th. Extensive time and research has been invested to ensure that the site is more user-friendly, easier to navigate through and with a new modern look and feel.
REDARC are excited to announce that it will be attending the 2016 Caravan Industry Association of Australia National Conference.
REDARC is excited to announce it will be exhibiting at the International Truck, Trailer and Equipment Show.
The latest REDARC Newsletter is now available.
REDARC is excited to announce that it has signed up as an associate partner of the ARB Off Road Racing Series.
REDARC has recently been accepted as a supplier member in the CIVD, Europe’s largest caravanning industry association.
REDARC will be attending the RAC Perth Caravan and Camping Show, at the Claremont Showgrounds as part of the 4x4 Accessories Stand from the 16th – 20th March.
REDARC to attend Brisbane 4x4 Outdoors Show, Fishing & Boating Expo, at the Brisbane Showgrounds as part of the 4x4 Accessories Stand from the 11th – 13th March.
REDARC is proud to introduce a new range of Pure Sine Wave Inverters that make it possible to plug in anywhere in Australia and still get the type of 240V power you get at home.
Tow-Pro Elite electric brake controller features Active Calibration, a process where the controller calibrates itself to the direction of travel once installed.
REDARC is proud to announce the release of a new metal mounting cup designed specifically to compliment and suit its range of monitoring gauges.
Adelaide-based Redarc Electronics has released the next generation of its award-winning electronic brake controller Tow-Pro, with sights firmly set on the export market.
The Manager30 can now charge an auxiliary Lithium Iron Phosphate battery (LiFePO4) as well as other common Lead Acid, Calcium and AGM batteries.
REDARC's Tow-Pro Electric brake controller, reviewed by Australian Caravan+RV Magazine.
With an ever increasing number of 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.
Mark joined REDARC almost 10 years ago and worked with the REDARC team based in Adelaide for 5 years helping to drive brand awareness and build product usage across Australia.
Tow-Pro Electric Brake Controller has been approved by Dexter for use with their Dexter Sway Control (DSC) systems.
We are proud to announce the release of a number of products today which are available on this website and are being launched at the Adelaide 4WD and Adventure Show.
REDARC is proud to congratulate Tiffany Cromwell for being selected as part of the women's cycling team at the UCI World Championships to be held in Ponferrada, Spain from the 21st-28th of September.
Redarc are pleased to announce the release of a Relay Kit and Fuse/Fuse Holder Kits designed to make dual battery installations easier.
Would you like to work for one of Australia’s leading designers and manufacturers of modern electronic power conversion products for truck OEMs and recreational automotive markets?
Family owned electronics manufacturer REDARC has been named in the 2011 Deloitte Technology Fast 50 Australia list.
Jason has been working at REDARC for less than 12 months after graduating from Flinders University with a Computer Systems Engineering degree. One of Jason’s most valuable contributions to REDARC has been some project work that has never been attempted in Australia before
REDARC took time out on the 11th November 2005 to congratulate and celebrate its first employee, Lex Clarke, attaining 20 years of service. Anthony Kittel, Managing Director said, “It is a great achievement by Lex, he is a valued, loyal employee who provides excellent customer technical support and has a wonderful sense of humour'.
The first of the (ei)2 Electronics SA Careers Conference was held on May 26th 2006 at Adelaide University Research Park.
Having trouble charging your battery? But not sure why.
An Australian electronics firm, which supplies voltage converters to the mining, trucking, military, marine and leisure markets, is finding a ready export market for its products.
In September 2006, REDARC’S Engineering and Technology Manager attended the latest International CAN Conference which was held in Stockholm, Sweden
EIA President Peter Charlesworth (Left) and Redarc Electronics Managing Director, Anthony Kittel.
Australian Industry Minister Ian Macfarlane today announced government assistance for an intelligent device that automatically charges car batteries, with no input from the motorist
The (ei)2 Internship program is for recently graduated electronic engineers and has been designed to rapidly maximise their value to industry.
It’s a battery-management system with an in-built computer that will charge your battery to 100%. Whatever the type. Every time.
The REDARC SmartStart is a microprocessor-controlled battery isolator designed for use in multi-battery applications as a solenoid priority system, protecting the start battery from excessive discharge, whilst allowing the auxiliary battery to supply non-essential loads.
Maximum Power Point Tracking (MPPT) regulators were once only used rarely... but the cost-effectiveness and ease of use offered by the REDARC PowerStar range changes all that.
It is well known that many caravan and motorhome owners have difficulty charging their auxiliary (house) batteries whilst driving.
Mr Kittel said REDARC is now among Australia’s most technologically advanced and environmentally friendly electronics manufacturers
Anthony Kittel, CEO of REDARC believes that the key to encouraging great ideas from the team is creating a great environment
On November 14th we officially opened our new $5 million high technology Innovation Centre at Lonsdale
REDARC exports to 10 countries and is expanding its range of power conversion products to growing industries
Redarc Electronics is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr Lino Cardone as Engineering & Technology Manager.
An increasing focus on mine site safety has seen the State Mining Engineer in WA, Mr. Martin Knee, release a Mines Safety Bulletin on January 4th 2008 regarding “unattended vehicles rolling away”.
Redarc Electronics Engineer, Jason Turner has recently returned from Barcelona where he attended the 12th International CAN Conference.
Lonsdale based Redarc Electronics were all smiles when their new state of the art innovation centre was recently awarded a High Commendation Building Excellence Award
A large part of Redarc's success lies in our passionate focus on innovative product design and customer value
Redarc Electronics was privileged to be chosen to host Senator the Hon Kim Carr, Minister for Innovation, Industry, Science and Research and the Hon Kevin Foley, South Australia's Deputy Premier and Minister for Industry and Trade on Friday, 25 July 2008 to launch the $30 million South Australia Innovation and Investment Fund (SAIIF).
The Redarc SmartStart dual battery isolator, used by camper trailer, caravan and motorhome enthusiasts and 4WD clubs throughout Australia, continues to lead the way ... only this time with added features.
"By further developing and then combining an RV's vital electrical sub-systems, they [REDARC] have produced a product that is a lot more than the sum of its parts."
Read about how Redarc is one of many SA companies broadening their horizons overseas!
Redarc Electronics have fielded many inquiries from customers over recent months relating to the problems experienced by them with the charging of dual or auxiliary batteries in late model vehicles.
REDARC was announced (for the third year in a row) as a member of the Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Top 20 South Australian Technology Companies.
South Australian based automotive electronics manufacturer, REDARC Electronics has announced that it ranked 302 in Deloitte’s Technology Fast 500 Asia Pacific 2004