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REDARC 40 years of Aussie ingenuity

REDARC Electronics was founded in 1979 by electronics engineer, Robin (Bob) William Mackie in South Australia. Bob started the business by designing and manufacturing vehicle ignition systems and voltage converters. The name REDARC is believed to have come from the spark developed in the first ignition system having a ‘red arc’.

Advanced Manufacturer, REDARC Electronics is widely recognised for its world-class range of products for the recreational, heavy vehicle and marine industry, and this year will be celebrating a very special milestone.

Anthony Kittel explained that “It’s been an honour shaping REDARC’s history over the last 22 years of ownership. Of course, this wouldn’t be possible without the late Bob Mackie, REDARC’s founder, who must be acknowledged as a pioneer in electronics.”

REDARC has been researching, designing, developing and manufacturing a range of electronic voltage converters, inverters, power supplies, battery chargers, brake controllers and trailer braking products during that time.

Kittel explained that “REDARC is not only a world-class, advanced electronics manufacturer but has proven its ability as an agile and innovative problem solver, known for building products tough enough for any situation. Ultimately, REDARC has proven that there really are no limits to where you can go.”

During 2019, REDARC will be carrying out a series of activities to celebrate the milestone, showing their appreciation to their customers, the industry at large and their valued supporters.

REDARC is also delighted to announce that part of the celebration includes an ambitious charity drive to raise $40,000 in honour of our 40 years in Australian manufacturing.

“We are proud to be an active member of our local and broader community through our relationships with many sporting, social service and health organisations and to date we have raised $21,000 towards our goal.”

“There are more plans in the pipeline for raising funds for charity and how you can participate. Activities will take place throughout the year, and we look forward to sharing more soon.”

“The next 40 years will be just as challenging and exhilarating. I hope you will join us for the journey,” Anthony concluded.

For more details of REDARC’s 40th celebrations, products and more visit redarc.com.au

NEWS REDARC turns 40

REDARC officially turns 40 in August 2019

WORDS ANTHONY KILNER

NEWS REDARC turns 40

REDARC 40 years of Aussie ingenuity

REDARC Electronics was founded in 1979 by electronics engineer, Robin (Bob) William Mackie in South Australia. Bob started the business by designing and manufacturing vehicle ignition systems and voltage converters. The name REDARC is believed to have come from the spark developed in the first ignition system having a ‘red arc’.

Advanced Manufacturer, REDARC Electronics is widely recognised for its world-class range of products for the recreational, heavy vehicle and marine industry, and this year will be celebrating a very special milestone.

Anthony Kittel explained that “It’s been an honour shaping REDARC’s history over the last 22 years of ownership. Of course, this wouldn’t be possible without the late Bob Mackie, REDARC’s founder, who must be acknowledged as a pioneer in electronics.”

REDARC has been researching, designing, developing and manufacturing a range of electronic voltage converters, inverters, power supplies, battery chargers, brake controllers and trailer braking products during that time.

Kittel explained that “REDARC is not only a world-class, advanced electronics manufacturer but has proven its ability as an agile and innovative problem solver, known for building products tough enough for any situation. Ultimately, REDARC has proven that there really are no limits to where you can go.”

During 2019, REDARC will be carrying out a series of activities to celebrate the milestone, showing their appreciation to their customers, the industry at large and their valued supporters.

REDARC is also delighted to announce that part of the celebration includes an ambitious charity drive to raise $40,000 in honour of our 40 years in Australian manufacturing.

“We are proud to be an active member of our local and broader community through our relationships with many sporting, social service and health organisations and to date we have raised $21,000 towards our goal.”

“There are more plans in the pipeline for raising funds for charity and how you can participate. Activities will take place throughout the year, and we look forward to sharing more soon.”

“The next 40 years will be just as challenging and exhilarating. I hope you will join us for the journey,” Anthony concluded.

For more details of REDARC’s 40th celebrations, products and more visit redarc.com.au

WORDS ANTHONY KILNER

REDARC officially turns 40 in August 2019