Tow-Pro Classic Electric Brake Controller
The Tow-Pro Classic Electric Trailer Brake Controller sets the bar for safe braking on trailers, boat trailers, and camper trailers.
The Tow-Pro Classic Electric Trailer Brake Controller is the benchmark for safe braking on trailers, including enclosed, flat bed, fifth wheel, gooseneck, livestock, RV, marine and dump trailers.
Easy-to-use and made to suit every towing need and budget, REDARC Tow-Pro Brake Classic is suited for wherever your next adventure takes you.
The easy-to-install Tow-Pro Classic Electric Trailer Brake Controller offers a single (user-controlled) mode of trailer braking with a LED indication of braking force. It’s suitable for 12-volt systems and is able to operate electric and electric/hydraulic trailer brakes without manual selection.
User-Controlled Mode of Braking
Tow-Pro Classic offers a single mode of braking - User‑Controlled - and is suitable for 12 volt systems. This model provides self-adjusting braking force and gives you absolute control of the trailer at all times. The trailer will behave exactly as expected, whenever the vehicle brakes are applied.
The manual control knob adjustment can switch the braking force from minimal (0) to maximum (10) depending on the conditions or driver preference.
- Smooth trailer braking response
- AL-KO ESC and Dexter Sway Control System compliant
- Electric/hydraulic brake operation
- Dash mounted control knob - user controlled mode braking
- Suitable for 12 volt vehicle systems
- Compact size
California residents: see Proposition 65 information
Looking for the best brake controller to suit your vehicle make and model? Use REDARC's handy selector tool to find out the brake controller and installation accessories to suit your needs.
|Output Voltage||9 - 16VDC|
|Maximum Charging Voltage||12VDC|
|Output Current Rating (Cont.)||25A|
|Input Fuse Rating||30A (Circuit Breaker)|
|Standby Current Draw||<10mA|
Scott Brady from Overland Journal and Expedition Portal reviews the REDARC Tow-Pro Elite
Scott Brady from Overland Journal and Expedition Portal reviews REDARC products