Tuson Electronic Sway Control System for Electric Trailer Brakes - 1 to 4 Axles

Tuson Electronic Sway Control System for Electric Trailer Brakes - 1 to 4 Axles

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Electronic sway control system helps correct sway in trailers with or without weight distribution. Monitors trailer movement and calculates most effective braking action to correct sway. Activates left or right trailer brakes to counteract sway. Call 800-298-8924 to order Tuson RV Brakes accessories and parts part number 335TSC-1000 or order online at etrailer.com. Free expert support on all Tuson RV Brakes products. Guaranteed Lowest Price and Fastest Shipping for Tuson Electronic Sway Control System for Electric Trailer Brakes - 1 to 4 Axles. Accessories and Parts reviews from real customers.


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Tuson RV Brakes Accessories and Parts - 335TSC-1000

Electronic sway control system helps correct sway in trailers with or without weight distribution. Monitors trailer movement and calculates most effective braking action to correct sway. Activates left or right trailer brakes to counteract sway.


Features:

  • Electronic sway control system limits side-to-side movement of trailer during towing
    • Unit corrects sway by activating your trailer's electric brakes
    • More effective than friction sway control systems by getting ahead of sway event
  • Continuously monitors trailer angle, movement, speed, and other parameters for real-time braking calculations
  • Proprietary algorithm signals most effective braking response within milliseconds of detecting trailer sway
  • Independently applies left or right trailer brakes to counteract movement and quickly correct trailer sway
  • Automatically disables over rough terrain to prevent unnecessary braking
    • Unit Remains disabled until rig is back on smooth ground
  • System enters sleep mode after 30 minutes of inactivity to conserve trailer battery
    • Exits sleep mode after power returns to brake controller
  • LED light provides system status for easy troubleshooting
    • Indicates normal operation, rough terrain or sleep mode, system power issues and more
    • 10' Cord included for mounting light in easy-to-see location on front of trailer
  • Won't interfere with your brake controller, weight distribution system, or mechanical sway control
  • Fully sealed, water-resistant construction protects against road spray
  • One-time, maintenance-free installation
    • Module mounts 5' to 10' behind hitch ball, along trailer centerline
    • Splitting electric trailer brake circuit into 2 separate circuits required for corrective braking on one side of trailer at a time
    • 14-Gauge wiring (sold separately) splices into trailer's brakes and connects to trailer's 12-volt battery, breakaway switch, and trailer plug


Specs:

  • Application: trailers with 1 to 4 axles (2 to 8 brake assemblies)
    • Compatible with electric trailer brakes
  • Dimensions: 5-3/4" long x 3-1/2" wide x 2-1/4" tall
  • 2-Year warranty


TSC-1000 Tucson Electric Sway Control System for Trailers and 5th Wheels



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Video Transcript for Tuson RV Brakes Weight Distribution - Sway Control Only - 335TSC-1000 Review

Speaker 1: Today we're taking a look at the Tuson electronic sway control system. This system limits side-to-side movement of your trailer while towing. It corrects sway by activating your trailer's electric brakes, and it's more effective when compared to friction sway control systems, because this gets ahead of sway before it really happens, or before it becomes noticeable to the driver. It works with trailers with one to four axles, or two to eight brake assemblies, and it's compatible with electric trailer brakes. Now, this is designed to continuously monitor trailer angle and movement, speed and other parameters for real time braking calculations. The algorithm that it uses signals most effective braking response within milliseconds of detecting trailer sway.

It independently applies left or right trailer brakes to counteract the movement, and quickly correct trailer sway, and it automatically disables over rough terrain to prevent unnecessary braking and the unit remains disabled until your rig is back on smooth ground.The system also enters a sleep mode after 30 minutes of inactivity to conserve trailer battery, and then it will exit the sleep mode after power returns to the brake controller. Also, with this installed it will not interfere with your brake controller, weight distribution system or mechanical sway control. It features a fully sealed design. Its water-resistant construction protects against road spray and the elements, and it's a one-time maintenance free installation. The module, which is this box here, is designed to mount five to ten feet behind your trailer hitch ball.

It's designed to mount along the trailer's center line, so it needs to be securely fastened onto a vertical surface of a steel trailer frame member, and be sure not to mount to surfaces that flex with the wind, such as plastic covers or plastic walls. Mounting hardware is included. Keep in mind that your trailer must be equipped with a full-sized 12 volt battery. It wires to each trailer brake for independent braking capabilities.Now, you will need to provide a minimum of 14-gauge wiring to make your connections, so you'll need to provide the wiring to connect to these wires and then connect to the appropriate connection points. But each wire is color-coded so your white wire is your ground wire, black wire is the ...

basically your power wire, blue is for the electric brakes, purple is for the left side brake assembly, or driver's side, and then pink is for the right side, or passenger's side brake assembly.Also, it comes with an LED light to provide system status for easy troubleshooting. This indicates normal operation, rough terrain or sleep mode, system power issues and more. The 10 foot cord allows you to mount the LED light in an easy to see location on the front of your trailer, so that way you can hopefully . the idea with that is that you can just look back in your rear view mirror and get a good visual and see the status of the electronic sway control system.When it comes to the measurements, for what it is, it's a nice, compact unit. It measures about 5 3/4 inches long, and that's from the outer edge of one flange to the outer edge of the other flange, about 3 5/8 of an inch wide by 2 1/4 inches tall, or deep.That's going to do it for today's look at the Tuson electronic sway control system..


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Tuson Electronic Sway Control System for Electric Trailer Brakes - 1 to 4 Axles - 335TSC-1000

Average Customer Rating:  5.0 out of 5 stars   (1 Customer Reviews)

Electronic sway control system helps correct sway in trailers with or without weight distribution. Monitors trailer movement and calculates most effective braking action to correct sway. Activates left or right trailer brakes to counteract sway.

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This is a great "peace of mind" product. It works great on my Palomino Puma XLE 25TFC toy hauler. This trailer is 30' long 12' tall and 8' wide. It weighs 6027 lbs empty and it is a terror to pull. This trailer starts swaying with the slightest breeze. I first installed a Husky centerline sway control load distribution hitch and that helped a little bit but after installing the Tuson, sway has litteraly stopped. The installation was pretty involved and you better be comfortable with cutting up your existing break wires. The installation also took me a little over 5 hours but it was well worth it. This kit also comes with an LED control light that mounts on the front of the trailer to let you know when the trailer is experiencing sway. The light will turn red until the sway is corrected. I saw the light turn red several times but by the time the red light comes on the sway is corrected and you never feel it. I highly recommend this product it is worth every penny. 691183


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  • Comparing the Hayes, Tuson, and Lippert Electric Trailer Sway Control Systems
  • The Hayes Sway Master # HA81775 is definitely more of a plug and play system than either the Lippert Sway Command # LC380605 or the Tuson Electronic Sway Control System # 335TSC-1000. To help narrow down the decision much quicker the Lippert has restrictions on its use so we can cut that one out of the running (it is only compatible with up to 2 axles and won't work with 2014 or newer GM trucks and SUVs equipped with an integrated trailer brake control module). The biggest difference...
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  • First of all, thank you for your service. If is recommended to use a weight distribution (WD) system and sway control if your trailer weighs at least half of the weight of the tow vehicle. On bigger pickups you could probably get away without needing either but since you are using a 2007 Chevy Colorado I do recommend with having a device to combat rear sag in your pickup and trailer sway. Unless you will be making a really sharp turn to park your trailer you should be able to use...
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  • Weight Distribution Hitch with Sway Control Compatibility with Pole Tongue Enclosed Trailer
  • For your 24 foot enclosed trailer, the photo shows only a pole tongue and not an a-frame. If this is correct, you can use the Pole-Tongue Adapter for Equal-i-zer Weight Distribution Systems - 14,000 lbs GTW, 1,400 lbs TW # EQ95-01-5950 with an Equal-i-zer weight distribution system. Another option is the Reese Pole-Tongue Adapter for Weight Distribution Systems - 7,500 lbs GTW, 750 lbs TW # RP3280 which is compatible with many different systems that have sway control integrated. When...
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  • Can Prodigy RF Brake Controller be Used with Tuson Electric Brake Sway Control System
  • You can use the Prodigy RF brake controller part # 90250 with the Tuson Electronic Sway Control System for Electric Trailer Brakes # 335TSC-1000 that you also referenced. Essentially the Tuson Control system detects trailer sway and then applies the trailer brakes in a way that is known to reduce the sway. If the # 90250 is also applying the brakes the Tuson would override the brakes and apply them harder if needed to stop the sway. With trailer sway if you apply just the trailer brakes...
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  • Recommended Sway Control Without Weight Distribution
  • In my opinion you have the best sway control utilizing your current system like # RP66088, so I personally would stick with what you have. The dual cam with spring bars keeps the trailer in line by actively fighting sway. It does require more setup but based on the photo you have that done well. There are other options you can consider if you simply don't want to utilize the weight distribution system. You can use two of the Pro Series Friction Sway Control Kit # 83660. This uses...
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  • Sway Control System for Pace American Journey V Nose Trailer
  • For your Pace American Journey V-nose trailer it makes sense why you are asking for help. The v-nose makes the ability to use standard weight distribution systems more difficult as they simply don't have nearly enough exposed frame. My recommendation is to use the Curt Short-Arm Weight Distribution System with Sway Control - Trunnion Bar - 15K GTW, 1.5K TW # C17422 which is a fit for total tongue weight between 1,000 lbs and 1,500 lbs. This system requires brackets that are installed...
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  • Weight Distribution System Alternatives for a 2019 Kia Sorento
  • I do have options for your 2019 Kia Sorento that will aid in both sway control and vehicle sag but I unfortunately do not have the answer you are looking for as to why the trailer hitch receivers they offer for your vehicle are not rated for use with a weight distribution system. If i had to guess it is because most people who use this vehicle are not doing any heavy duty towing. For a trailer hitch I recommend using the Draw-Tite Max-Frame Trailer Hitch Receiver part # 75908. This hitch...
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  • Installation Location of Tuson Electronic Sway Control for Electric Trailer Brakes
  • The Tuson Electronic Sway Control System for Electric Trailer Brakes # 335TSC-1000 has installation instructions that give a placement location on the center of your trailer and 5-10 feet behind the hitch ball. The unit comes with a wiring harness so you can customize the fit within the parameters given. The placement you show in the photo will not work as it uses a sensor to monitor trailer movement and an algorithm based on that specified mounting location.
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  • Should Weight Distribution be Used for Towing a 10K Trailer with a Class A Motorhome
  • Weight distribution (WD) systems are really only needed when the weight of the trailer is at least half of the weight of the vehicle towing it. Since this isn't the case with your Class A motorhome pulling your 10K trailer I doubt you really need a WD system but you could benefit from adding some sway control. Typically we recommend using a WD system with integrated sway control but since the WD isn't needed you can just use one of our standalone sway control units. Another thing to note...
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  • Short Arm Weight Distribution System Needed for 10,000 lb Trailer Towed by a 2005 Ford F-250/F-350
  • I do have a solution to help with the sag in your tow vehicle as well as with sway control for your enclosed car hauler, but unfortunately 28-1/2" arms on a Weight Distribution (WD) system is the shortest that we have to offer. Most people like to use a sway control like the Pro Series Friction Sway Control Kit # 83660 which can be used without a WD system. You will just need a way to mount the small hitch ball. You can use the Reese Sway-Control Bracket # RP26003 if you have a 2" receiver...
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  • Trailer Still Sways when Using Fastway e2 Weight Distribution with 2014 Ram 1500
  • It is possible that your total tongue weight is exceeding the capacity of your Fastway weight distribution system. For weight distribution tongue weight consists of the tongue weight of the trailer when ready to tow plus the weight of anything loaded behind the rear axle of the tow vehicle. So if your propane tanks, food, clothes, and 50 additional pounds can all be counted towards the tongue weight that 720 pounds turns into 930 pounds. That 930 pounds is within the capacity of the...
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  • Can Sway Control Be Used on a Trailer that Uses a Pintle Hitch Set Up
  • The only way to use sway control on a trailer that uses a pintle hitch set up is to use the Tuson electronic sway control system # 335TSC-1000. The trailer has to have electric brakes to use this though. When it senses sway it will apply the trailer brakes accordingly to reduce or stop the sway. I have included a link to a video review for you. The only other option is to switch from a pintle set up to a regular ball coupler. Then you could use friction sway control bars or, even better,...
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  • Sway Control Options for a Straight Tongue Trailer
  • I do have a possible solution for you to add sway control to your straight tongue trailer, but unfortunately adapters like part # RP58393 are not designed to be used with friction sway control units like you would find in the Kit # 83660. If you have brakes on your trailer and power running to the 12V pin on your vehicle side 7-Way the Tuson # 335TSC-1000 is an option for you. It senses when your trailer starts to sway and activates the brakes on your trailer to counter the sway. A...
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  • Sway Control Needed for a 2018 Audi Q7 That Doesn't Use a Friction Bar or Weight Distribution
  • It is correct that the Pro Series Friction Sway Control Kit # 83660 does need to be disengaged when backing up to avoid damaging the product. There is another sway control option that doesn't use the friction bar or a weight distribution system. This is the Tuson Electronic Sway Control System # 335TSC-1000 and it helps control your sway by activating your trailer brakes to counteract any sway that begins to happen. This is compatible with trailers that have 1 - 4 axles and I have attached...
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  • Trailer Still Sways with Equal-i-zer Weight Distribution System on a 2018 Ford F-150
  • Installing an anti-sway bar on your 2018 Ford F-150 is not going to do much of anything for trailer sway as trailer sway starts on the trailer, not the truck. In order to hammer down what is causing the trailer to sway I first need to know which Equal-i-zer Weight Distribution System you have. You should be using part # EQ37100ET which is rated for 600 lbs - 1,000 lbs. If you are not then that could very well be part of the problem as there won't be enough tension on the spring bars to...
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  • Recommended Sway Control Compatible With Aluminum Frame Car Hauler Trailer
  • With an aluminum frame trailer, you need to check with the trailer manufacturer to determine if weight distribution can be used. Many companies won't allow it. To help with sway when a weight distribution system with sway control isn't an option, I recommend the Tuson Electronic Sway Control System for Electric Trailer Brakes # 335TSC-1000. This system uses your electric trailer brakes to assist with controlling trailer sway using a solid-state gyroscope to sense sway. I've attached...
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  • Bad Trailer Sway when Towing a Kendon 2 Spot Motorcycle Trailer
  • Because of the design of the trailer a weight distribution system or a traditional stand alone sway control device won't work. But if the trailer has electric brakes you could use Tuson electronic sway control system # 335TSC-1000. If the trailer starts to sway it will apply the brakes to at least one brake assembly to stop the sway. From what I could find the Kendon motorcycle trailers don't have electric brakes. If the trailer does not have electric brakes then what I recommend to...
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  • Electric Brake Trailer Sway Control When Using Gen-Y 16K Torsion Hitch
  • The Gen-Y Torsion 2-Ball Mount w/ Stacked Receivers # 325-GH-1224 does allow you to use a weight distribution system with integrated sway control if desired. You would determine your weight distribution system based on the total tongue weight which is the loaded trailer tongue weight plus any cargo behind the rear axle of your tow vehicle. That combination ideally would fall in the middle range of the weight distribution systems total tongue weight range. Your other option is to...
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  • Why is a Weight Distribution System Not Recommended on a 2018 Land Rover Discovery
  • The 2018 Land Rover Discover has an integrated air system that is designed for trailer stability so they recommend not using the Weight Distribution hitches because their integrated system is designed to help with vehicle sag. You can use your current weight distribution shank and head without the spring/sway bars if desired. That is what I'd do and save the additional cost. If you end up having some sway issues because you aren't able to use your weight distribution system with...
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  • Recommended Sway Control for a Trailer With a Small tongue Pulled by a 2010 Ford E-350 Super Duty
  • The best way to keep your towing setup level and to prevent sway would be to use a weight distribution system, but if your trailer tongue space is limited then a weight distribution system might not be the best option for you. You might be able to use a weight distribution system that uses the chains, like the Reese Strait-Line # RP66088, along with some chain hangers, part # RP58305, which will allow you to install this system on the side of your trailer tongue. Please keep in mind...
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  • Using Electric Trailer Brake Controller and Tuson Electronic Sway Control Simultaneously
  • If you have a trailer that requires brakes and sway control it is wise to additionally use a brake controller as the electronic sway controller is not a brake controller so it won't apply brakes unless there is sway. When using the Tuson Electronic Sway Control System for Electric Trailer Brakes # 335TSC-1000 the use of an aftermarket brake controller like the Prodigy P3 # 90195 is not only possible but necessary. If you are looking for a brake controller that does not require a separate...
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  • Electronic Sway Control on 25 Foot Airstream Trailer with Propane Cover Near Coupler
  • The Tuson Electronic Sway Control System for Electric Trailer Brakes # 335TSC-1000 will work great with your 25 foor Airstream trailer. The unit will mount to the center portion of your trailer 5-10 feet back from the hitch ball location, so it will be behind the propane area by at least a couple feet.
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  • Weight Distribution & Sway Control for 18-Foot Travel Trailer Towed by 2017 Jeep Grand Cherokee
  • Trailer sway can be reduced or mostly prevented by several types of product. Basic friction-type anti-sway bars like # 17200 and # 83660 provide adjustable resistance to the trailer's swaying motion. They can help but they do not work as well as the integrated sway prevention built into products like the Reese Strait-Line # RP66083 that you referenced. There are even electronic system like # 335TSC-1000 that try to use the trailer brakes to control sway. I recommend a mechanical system...
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  • Electronic Trailer Sway Control System for 2009 Audi Q7
  • You are correct that some trailer hitches are not rated for use with a mechanical weight distribution/sway control system, including the Curt Class III model # C13136 that you referenced. Please note this hitch does NOT fit your 2009 Audi Q7; it fits the Q5 from 2009 through 2017. This exclusion from using WD will be due to either the hitch's vehicle-specific design or the ultimate strength of the vehicle frame. In some cases components on the vehicle will require a hitch design that...
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  • Recommendation for Sway Control Only that Allows Backing Up
  • I may have a solution for you, however there is not a standard friction bar available like the Pro Series # 83660 that allows for baking up without first removing the bar. For a sway control only system that you won't have to worry about when backing up the trailer, I recommend taking a look at the Tuson Electronic Sway Control # 335TSC-1000. This will mount on the trailer about 5 to 10 feet behind the hitch ball and be wired to the brakes and tow vehicle. The system senses when the...
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  • How to Reduce Trailer Sway When Towing a 5th Wheel Trailer
  • I believe you are referring to your 5th wheel trailer swaying by the "axle whip" term you were using. If you have electric brakes then we do have the electric sway control unit # 335TSC-1000 from Tuson which is compatible with trailer that have up to 4 axles. Aside from this there isn't really anything you can add to your 5th wheel trailer to reduce the sway but I do have some pointers that you can follow. Start off by making sure your 5th wheel trailer is evenly loaded side-to-side...
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