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Redarc Electronics displays intelligent electronic innovations at AIMEX

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Redarc Electronics will be showing a range of innovative electronic products on Stand B1047 during Reed Exibitions ' AIMEX 2007 – Asia Pacific’s International Mining Exhibition, to be held at Sydney’s Olympic Park from September 4 to 7, 2007.

The Redarc SmartCharge is an intelligent battery management system that can charge calcium content batteries to 100%. It checks for faults before, during and after the charging process, and automatically switches off if a fault is found.

Redarc’s Key-On Lights-On (KOLO) system operates daytime running lights whenever the ignition switch is on, providing automatic compliance where this is a mine OH&S policy.

The Redarc Low Coolant Alarm suits automotive or remote water pumping applications, providing audible and visible alarms as well as output to operate a relay for shutdown. It self-tests, detects broken wires and has an anti-slosh delay.

Redarc’s Solar Regulator uses Maximum Power Point Tracking (MPPT) techniques to extract maximum possible power (up to 30% more) from standard photovoltaic solar cells in lighting applications. It datalogs a number of parameters, and can store data for up to 400 days. It has a PC interface via an RS232 port.

Its Roc-Solid computer withstands tough mining environments. It withstood a 72-hour independent test in Europe: the next best was 20 minutes. It suits roadheader control, mining automation, machine guidance and other heavy industrial applications.

The Redarc Unimeter Process Control device features over 230 on-site programmable functions, allowing for limitless measurement and control configurations. It has RS-485 communication to PC.

Redarc has a good track record of commercialising and marketing innovative products, contributing to growth of 20% pa. It is completing a $5m factory in Adelaide to cater for future growth.

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