Harrison Hydra-Gen releases battery-powered Idle Control System

The Idle Control System is designed to power warning lights, work lights and scene lights for more than 120 minutes


By FireRescue1 Staff

HOUSTON — Harrison Hydra-Gen announced the release of its new battery-powered Idle Control System this month.

The Idle Control System is designed to power warning lights, work lights and scene lights for more than 120 minutes. Harrison Hydra-Gen’s new battery-powered system assists first responders by reducing:

The Idle Control System is designed to power warning lights, work lights and scene lights for more than 120 minutes.
The Idle Control System is designed to power warning lights, work lights and scene lights for more than 120 minutes. (Photo/Harrison Hydra-Gen)
  • Fuel costs
  • Excessive engine wear
  • Scene noise
  • Emissions

The new system also allows operators to remain in the cab and stay comfortable without running the engine.

The Harrison Hydra-Gen Idle Control System comes in six different configurations:

  • 2 battery/1-charger
  • 2 battery/1 charger (requires second DC alternator)
  • 2 battery/2 charger (requires Harrison Rapid Charge generator or an existing Harrison generator)
  • 3 battery/1-charger
  • 3 battery/1-charger (requires second DC alternator)
  • 3 battery/3-charger (requires Harrison Rapid Charge generator or an existing Harrison generator)

For more information, visit Harrison Hydra-Gen at the Fire Department Instructor’s Conference trade show April 8-13 in Indianapolis, booth #4539.

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