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Blue Ox Patriot Radio Frequency, Portable Braking System - Proportional

Blue Ox Tow Bar Braking Systems

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Blue Ox Tow Bar Braking Systems - BRK2012

Now you can get full-power emergency braking or slow-to-an-idle action with the same system. The Patriot ensures that the brakes in your towed car are activated at the same time and with the same intensity that you apply to them in your RV.

Features:

  • Proportional system results in synchronized, reliable braking for your towed vehicle
    • Brake pedal in car is depressed with the same intensity as the pedal in your RV
  • Electric actuator requires less power than air pumps
    • No hoses or storage tanks to get in the way
  • Wireless, radio frequency remote controller mounts in cab and plugs into 12V outlet
    • Easy-to-read LED display shows sensitivity setting
    • Gain knob adjusts sensitivity - the greater the number, the more pressure is applied to towed car's brakes
    • Manual override lever activates towed car's brakes when pressed
    • Error light warns you of problem
  • Brake system mounts easily in towed car and plugs into 12V outlet
    • Actuator is positioned on floor in front of the driver's seat
    • Bracket clamps around brake pedal and positions into place to achieve the best leverage
      • Optional brake claws (BRK2512 - sold separately) are available for certain vehicles
  • Built-in battery backup
  • Compatible with hybrid models
    • Gain setting must be between 1 and 3 for hybrids with continuous power-assist brakes
  • Convenient carrying handle and wraparound cleat for plug and wiring simplify removal and storage
  • Breakaway device included
  • Made in the USA
  • 1-Year warranty


Proportional Braking

A vast improvement over "on/off" systems, which brake at a single pre-set level, the Patriot has a proportional design for equal braking. The actuator inside your towed car applies the brakes with the same intensity that you apply to them in your RV. If you slam on the RV's brakes in an emergency situation, the Patriot engages your towed car's brakes with virtually the same intensity. If you press the RV's brakes just enough to slow a bit, your towed car's brakes are depressed just enough to slow it down, as well. The result is improved control, better stopping and less wear on both your vehicle's and RV's brakes.



BRK2012 Blue Ox Patriot Braking System - Replaces BRK2010







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Video Transcript for Blue Ox Patriot Proportional Braking System Installation - 2013 Ford C-Max

All right today on this 2013 Ford C-Max, were going to install part number BRK2012 from Blue Ox. This is the Blue Ox Patriot radio frequency portable breaking system. First thing were going to do is find a location to run our breakaway switch wire from the inside to the outside. Were going to pull back the carpet on the inside of the vehicle behind the pedals and were going to locate a spot just below the grommet inaudible 00:00:27 steering column. Its going to be about one inch below and off to the left hand side of center. All right, well go ahead and drill out inaudible 00:00:35 first and then well go ahead and enlarge our drill bit size up to 11/16.

Once we get our hole drilled out, well go ahead and run our breakaway wire through the opening. Then well go ahead and slip a snap bushing over our wire. That is going to be part number SWC8057. Well push that over our wire and run it through and then snap it into place. Well leave that alone for now and well go underneath the vehicle and pull out our wire.

Well go ahead and run this wire up to the breakaway switch, which was previously installed when the baseplate was installed on this vehicle and well make our connection to the breakaway switch. Well apply a little bit of dielectric grease to the contacts and then push them together and then tape the assembly together to make it a semi-permanent connection. All right, well go ahead and tuck it back in behind the bumper cover and well zip tie all of our wires into place. All right, well go back inside the vehicle and pull out our excess wire. Well route it away from the steering column and over to some wires on the left hand side.

Well zip tie it to hold it into place and then route up through an opening through the dashboard. Well zip tie it off between the hatch on the dashboard for a diagnostic port, so we can hid it in there when its not in use. Next well go ahead and seal up the rest of the hole with some silicone and then well go ahead and reinstall the carpeting back into place. Well go ahead and get the Patriot ready to install. First well go ahead and install the feet that go on the bottom of the unit.

Well thread those in all the way to the bottom and then raise them up if needed for adjustment later. Right now well go take the unit and well place it in the vehicle. Now you notice there are two silver parts on top of the claw, thats the part that stays to the top, so well spread it apart and put over the brake pedal and put it into place. Well make sure it gets a good grip on it and were good to go. Next well go ahead and push the seat up against the Patriot. Well push it up as far as we can to make some decent contact. We dont want to cram it in there just make contact. And now well go ahead and get our wire out and plug in a 12 volt power supply in the car. Well also plug in our breakaway switch cable. Okay, well go ahead and turn on the Patriot and well see it go through a self-diagnostic first. After its done going through its diagnostics itll say press setup and then well go ahead and push the setup button. Itll pump the pedal three times to calibrate itself and then its ready to go.Now well take the remote control for the RV and well test it out with it by using a portal 12 volt power supply. Well hold the control next to the pedal, so you can see how it works. When you press the manual override on it, you can see how the pedal goes down and we can also adjust the gain from either the Patriot or from the remote control as you can see how the numbers go up and down. All right, testing it out looks good. Lets go ahead and run up our car behind the RV and then well go try it out. In the RV, we can see we have a 12 volt power supply where it plugs in, well depress the manual override and you can see how the remote shows its active and then the brake pedal will be depressed on the car. Okay and with that, thatll finish it for our install of part number BRK2012 from Blue Ox on our 2013 Ford C-Max. .




Customer Reviews

Blue Ox Patriot Radio Frequency, Portable Braking System - Proportional - BRK2012

Average Customer Rating:  ratingratingratingratingrating4.8 out of 5 stars   (6 Customer Reviews)

Now you can get full-power emergency braking or slow-to-an-idle action with the same system. The Patriot ensures that the brakes in your towed car are activated at the same time and with the same intensity that you apply to them in your RV.


- BRK2012

ratingratingratingratingrating by: Landis06/18/2014


The product arrived very quickly and works as advertized. I placed it on the driver's side floor, connected the brake claw, plugged it in, and it initialized and was ready to use in under five minutes. Etrailer continues to be my go-to place for my RV things. 136232






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Etrailer is awesome not only pricing but shipping is great also 138872






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Great braking system and easy to instal l. 146184






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Great system - easy to install and setu p! 39280






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Shipped fast and works as expected 67896






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Well made. 90505




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