Ring Carnation returning to CV Show
Ring Carnation says it will be focusing on educating visitors attending next month’s CV Show in Birmingham, concentrating on its extensive range of products with hands on demonstrations so visitors can fully understand the benefits.
Ring Carnation is a vehicle conversion electrical specialist that has been a market-leading supplier of switching systems with the emergency services since 1995, with genisys remaining the controller of choice.
Visitors can see Ring Carnation on stand 5B68 and get to grips with the genisys gII ECU, which is equipped with a high performance 32-bit 300Mhz Atmel Cortex-M7 processor, with 2MB of on-board memory and 16 analogue inputs, enabling monitoring of multiple conditions such as battery voltages, temperature and pressure.
genisys II ECU Classic (gII ECU Classic) has more processing power, bigger memory, greater control capability, higher efficiency and new user-friendly service features.
The gII series of modules is built with ABS polymer enclosures with anti-microbial additives, providing durable and hygienic packaging with greater environmental protection.
There will also be an opportunity to see the Wireless Switching Power Hub, which Ring Carnation claims can help reduce installation time by up to 35 per cent. The Power Hub provides up to eight output ports with a total rating of 60A, providing ease of connection for ancillary electrical items.
Also on the stand will be parent company, Osram, demonstrating its lighting offering for commercial vehicles.
Visitors will be able to discuss a multitude of products with staff, including Osram’s 24V original bulb range, 24V Truckstar Pro halogen upgrades, as well as the growing range of working and driving lights.
This year’s CV Show is set to take place at the NEC in Birmingham from 18th–20th April.