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Superwinch Unveils Patent Pending Integrated Timer for Onboard Electronics
Superwinch, the largest privately-held winch manufacturer in the world, announced the unveiling of the company’s pending patent for integrated time circuit for onboard electronics.
Wireless winch controllers offer many advantages for today’s wincher. Unfortunately, parasitic power drain can cripple batteries if wirelessly controlled winches are left hunting for a signal. Superwinch’s solution adds a momentary button that activates the onboard electronics for defined period of time after which, the winch electronics shut down preventing battery drain.
“There’s nothing worse than a dead battery when you are ready to wheel,” says Superwinch VP of Sales and Marketing, Scott Salmon. “Superwinch is leading the way in protecting your battery from power drain by adding innovation that just makes life easier.”
The Superwinch EXP Series features 8,000, 10,000 and 12,000 pound capacities; wire or synthetic rope; and integrated design or non-integrated design for remote solenoid box installations. The Superwinch EXP Series will be assembled in the USA from globally sourced parts.
Superwinch’s 45 years of experience is unmatched in engineering, designing, building and testing winches for recreation, recovery, industrial, utility and military pursuits. Superwinch's global manufacturing facilities have grown to manufacture a broad range of winches; from electric to hydraulic, worm gear to planetary gear, and lead the marketing in advanced winching control.
Superwinch 1,000 to 50,000 pound capacity winches can be found in diverse industries and applications across the globe sharing Superwinch's trademark first class design, quality, value and solid construction for safe, simple and reliable operation. Learn more at www.superwinch.com.