90250

Tekonsha Prodigy RF Electronic Brake Control

Tekonsha Prodigy RF Electronic Brake Control

Description

The Tekonsha Prodigy RF Electronic Brake Control is suitable for use on any trailer with up to 3 braking axles.

Features

  • Multiple mounting positions on tongue or front of trailer
  • Utilizes standard sealed 8' blade style 7-way connector
  • No level adjustment necessary
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$412.41
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Details

Utilize for rental businesses, fleet ownerships or multiple tow vehicles. Requires no leveling.

Trailer Mount (Power Module) Unit

  • Utilizes standard sealed 8' blade style 7-way connector
  • Multiple mounting positions on tongue or front of trailer
  • 15 year limited warranty on power module
  • 1 year limited warranty on cord


If you take to the road with multiple vehicles, there's really only one solution: PRODIGY RF. Consider all it offers:

  • User does not need a dash mounted, hard wired brake control
  • True proportional trailer braking, forward or reverse
  • No level adjustment necessary
  • Trailer braking power supplied via 7-Way Connector from the vehicle
  • Suitable for use on any trailer with up to 3 braking axles


On the Trailer (Power Module Unit):

  • Power module uses standard RV Blade style (Bargman) 7-Way truck and trailer connectors
  • Trailer Power Module is watertight and is powered through 7-way cable from the tow vehicle
  • Multiple mounting options on the tongue or front of the trailer
  • Trailer mounted power module has a 15-year limited warranty (1-year limited warranty on cord)
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Tekonsha Prodigy RF Electronic Brake Control 90250 Prodigy RF electronic brake control for 1-3 axle trailers, trailer mounted, proportional
$316.66
In Stock

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