THE undisputed leader in vehicle-mounted winches, Warn has just released its HUB receiver that provides wireless Bluetooth control of your winch via an app on your smartphone.
The HUB receiver simply plugs in to the controller port on the winch and, after pairing, allows you to power the winch in and out from your phone.
The app also displays the battery voltage of your vehicle’s electrical system, so you can see if you’re draining the power.
The Hub receiver works with nearly all Warn winches (with the exception of the Zeon Platinum), and there’s a version that will work with other winch brands to take advantage of this new technology.
It will be available in Australia via the regular Warn Winch distributors.
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