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


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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. (Photo/Harrison Hydra-Gen)
The Idle Control System is designed to power warning lights, work lights and scene lights for more than 120 minutes. (Photo/Harrison Hydra-Gen)

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:

  • 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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