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Ring Carnation to launch next generation in power management at CV Show


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20 Mar 2019

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Ring Carnation, the vehicle conversion electrical specialist, is launching the next generation of power management at the 2019 Commercial Vehicle Show this year.

Visit NEC Birmingham stand 5C110, to see how Ring Carnation is “On Board With You” with the new Genisys II ECU system and the rest of Ring Carnation’s complete vehicle conversion electrical package.

Ring Carnation will also be explaining how being “On Board With You” is about far more than exceptional products. The company’s cutting-edge technology and bespoke technical solutions are combined with friendly technical support, including installation and operation guidance.

Richard Yates, Divisional Director – Vehicle Conversion, says: “We are excited to be presenting our complete electrical package for vehicle converters, which combines cutting-edge developments such as Genisys II and wireless switching with a fully integrated service. We can give converters a bespoke solution that reduces installation time and includes additional support packages, to ensure that they get all the support they require, and end users have vehicles that meet their needs and help ensure their safety. At this year’s CV Show, visitors will see that Ring Carnation really is On Board with our clients.”

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