REDARC is excited to announce it will be exhibiting at the bi-annual Brisbane Truck Show from the 25th to the 28th of May at the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre. Our stand number is 299 and is located at the Plaza Level Ballroom.
The 2017 Brisbane Truck Show is expected to attract over 300 exhibitors and up to 40,000 attendees over the four days of entry. Exhibitor displays will showcase the latest in heavy vehicles, technology, engineering and innovation.
REDARC has over 25 years working directly with trucking, trailer and bus manufacturers providing solutions that help improve safety, productivity, flexibility and environment factors such as emissions and fuel consumption.
Launching at the Truck Show will be REDARC’s new Roll Over Sensor (ROS). The REDARC ROS has been designed and manufactured in Australia and is suitable for both 12 and 24-volt vehicle systems, it enables trucks to meet the legal requirement of roll-over sensing (AS2809:2008) by signalling the isolation switch to disconnect power to the truck system in the event of a rollover.
Also on display at the show will be a number of products tailor-made for trucking and other heavy vehicle applications including our Battery Master Isolation Switch, CAN bus modules, DC-DC battery chargers, voltage converters and safety products such as Hand Brake and Low Coolant Alarms.
National Sales and Marketing Manager, Ben Marsh said, “The Brisbane Truck show represents a great opportunity to showcase our extensive range of solutions for the trucking industry in one location. We are also able to meet with our existing customer base to discuss their development requirements for the future.”
Updated catalogues for both REDARC and Hummingbird will also be available at the Truck Show. The REDARC catalogue contains over 90 pages of informative product information including specifications, installations tips, troubleshooting guides, glossary of technical terms and applications guides.
REDARC will have experts on hand to answer any questions relating to our products and services.
For more information on the Brisbane Truck Show visit: http://www.brisbanetruckshow.com.au/