This version of Elecbrakes (ELBC2000 P1.5) comes with a user specified adapter allowing the user to mount the unit, connect the adapter plugs to the tow vehicle, trailer and elecbrakes device and be on the road with proportional brake control in 10mins.
This plug and play version of the elecbrakes device (ELBC2000 P1.5) has identical functionality to our standard hardwired version (ELBC2000), the difference being that it comes with waterproof connecters and the adapters are pre wired, taking away any requirement for the user to splice Elecbrakes into the trailer existing circuits.
The ELBC2000 P1.5 requires a user specified adapter to operate, the adapter configuration takes into consideration the tow vehicles socket and the trailers plug to suit the needs of the user. Adapters are available in all common combinations using flat 7 and 12 sockets and plugs and well as 7 pin round small and large combinations. Additional user specified adapters are available on request.
The Elecbrake plug and play version allows a fully featured proportional electric brake controller to be installed on your trailer and ready to go within 10 minutes
Using the plug and play version of the elecbrakes is a fuss free option saving you time and money of a full install, without compromising on functionality or capabilities.
Providing precise proportional brake control, with multiple user defined braking programs and settings for forward, reverse and minimum brake responses. Allowing the user to dial in brake response perfectly synchronise with the tow vehicle. All without hard wiring to the trailers electrical loom!!
What is an Electric Brake Controller and Why Do I Need One For My Caravan?
The choice of brakes and brake controller you use with your caravan is one of the most important decisions you can make for safety, performance and road rule compliance.
Legally, any caravan towed in Australia above 750kg GTM must be fitted with brakes. Above 2,000kg these brakes must be electric. In New Zealand, any trailer above 2,000kg must have braking and they must be electric above 2,500kg. The most popular and by far the safest type of caravan brake is an electric brake. If you have an electric brake you’re also required to have an electric brake controller.
Wireless vs Hardwired Electric Brake Controllers
Traditionally, electric brake controllers had to be hard-wired into your tow vehicle. This meant every time you wanted to change cars, let a friend borrow your camper trailer or hire out your caravan, the tow vehicle had be fitted with a brake controller as well.
We’ve solved this dilemma by completely rethinking how electric brake controllers are installed and operated. Our key innovation is mounting Elecbrakes on the caravan rather than the car. This is a simple solution for anybody who isn’t able modify their vehicle or simply doesn’t want to commit to costly alterations.
For more detailed information on the benefits of a wireless brake controller for caravans compared to the traditional hardwired alternatives, check out this blog post.
- Install yourself for free in under 10 minutes.
- Once it’s installed on your Caravan, you can operate from multiple tow vehicles with a wireless controller.
- Caravan mounting means no modifications to your tow vehicle, no holes cut into your dashboard.