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REDARC attending the Australian Auto Aftermarket Expo

lundi 13 avril 2015


REDARC is excited to announce it will be exhibiting at the Australian Auto Aftermarket Expo from the 16th-18th of April at the Melbourne Exhibition Centre.


The Australian Auto Aftermarket Expo is the nation's most comprehensive exhibition of vehicle repair and servicing equipment, replacement parts, tools and accessories. Hosted every two years by the Australian Automotive Aftermarket Association (AAAA), industry experts will update business on the latest technologies available and the new trends in workshop management.


REDARC had spent 2014 developing and releasing a number of new-generation products that will be showcased at the expo. Managing Director Anthony Kittel stated “The new products are testament to our support of the Australian Aftermarket Automotive Industry; they are designed to provide increased sales opportunities for the industry”.


These products are:

  • Tow-Pro an electric brake controller that offers 2 types of braking
  • The Manager30, a 30 amp battery management system
  • A range of unique LCD/LED 52mm gauges with dual or triple functions
  • A Lithium Iron Phosphate In-vehicle Battery Charger


Furthermore a new DC Power Supply will be previewed, which will supply efficient regulated output power to all 12 or 24 volt loads – Due for release mid-2015.


The new REDARC 2015 automotive electrical components catalogue will also be available at the AAA Expo, with over 90 pages of informative product information including specifications, installation tips, troubleshooting guides, glossary of technical terms and application guides.


With over 350 market leading exhibitors, and over 1000 new products on display, the event is not to be missed.


If you are in the industry, register for a free ticket here and visit us at stand F49.


For more information visit: http://www.aftermarketexpo.com.au/


Stand F49. Australian Auto Aftermarket Expo, 16th – 18th April, 2015, Melbourne Exhibition Centre.


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