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Hopkins Agility Trailer Brake Controller - Plug In - 1 to 4 Axles - Proportional

Hopkins Agility Trailer Brake Controller - Plug In - 1 to 4 Axles - Proportional

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Proportional brake controller mounts easily. Digital display indicates braking action of trailer. Fine-tune power adjustment has 5 levels so that you can set braking intensity to suit your towing needs. Lowest Prices for the best trailer brake controller from Hopkins. Hopkins Agility Trailer Brake Controller - Plug In - 1 to 4 Axles - Proportional part number HM47294 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-8924 for expert service.
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Hopkins Trailer Brake Controller - HM47294

  • Hopkins
  • Electric
  • Electric over Hydraulic
  • Proportional Controller
  • Under-Dash Box
  • Automatic Leveling
  • Up to 4 Axles
  • Dash Mount
  • 70 Degrees

Proportional brake controller mounts easily. Digital display indicates braking action of trailer. Fine-tune power adjustment has 5 levels so that you can set braking intensity to suit your towing needs.


Features:

  • Brake controller activates trailer brakes in proportion to your vehicle's braking action
    • Automatically adjusts trailer's braking based on deceleration of tow vehicle
    • Activates immediately - no pausing like with time-delayed brake controllers
  • Recommended mounting is between -20 degrees and 70 degrees
  • 5 Sensitivity levels let you adjust initial braking power and aggressiveness
  • Digital display is easy to read
  • Built-in, slide manual override lever
  • Plug-in, vehicle-specific brake-control adapter (sold separately) is required for installation


Specs:

  • Application: trailers with up to 4 axles (8 brake assemblies)
    • Designed for use with electric or electric-over-hydraulic trailer brakes
  • Dimensions: 3" wide x 5" long x 1-1/4" tall
  • Limited lifetime warranty


Proportional Braking

With a proportional brake controller, you can get heavy-duty emergency braking, general braking or slow-to-an-idle braking for your trailer automatically. The intensity with which your trailer brakes are activated and the rate at which they are applied are dependent on the deceleration of your tow vehicle. This means that, unlike time-delay controllers - which send the same amount of preset power to your trailer brakes every time - proportional controllers are able to adapt to every braking situation differently. So, if you slam on the brakes in your truck, your trailer brakes will activate with that same extreme intensity. And if you merely slow down as you approach a red light, your trailer will gradually brake in the same manner.


As long as the Agility controller sits level on a horizontal plane and is pointed in the direction of travel, it will sense - via an internal inertia sensor - how your tow vehicle brakes. This inertia-based sensor responds to the deceleration of your tow vehicle as you brake by signaling the controller to send out enough power to your trailer brakes so that they are activated with an intensity that matches. The result is uniform braking across your towing setup. No push-pull action - just smooth, proportional braking every time.


Power and Sensitivity Adjustment

Getting the braking power you need for your application is simple with the Agility. First, set the overall power so that you can achieve maximum braking without locking up your trailer brakes.


Once you have the overall power set, you can fine-tune the power output by adjusting the sensitivity of the internal sensor. Use the adjustment buttons on the top of the controller to achieve your desired degree of intensity. There are 5 levels to choose from. The first level offers the least amount of sensitivity, making it ideal for lightweight setups. The heavier your load, the higher you will want to take the sensitivity. At level 5, the sensitivity of the internal sensor is as high as it can go. This level provides the most aggressive braking and is ideal for heavy loads.


Digital Display

On the front of the Agility there is a digital display that is designed to keep you aware of the braking action of your trailer. This screen shows your sensitivity level, overall power percentage and error codes for issues such as a short circuit.


Simple Installation

The Hopkins Agility is recommended to be mounted in your cab at an angle that is between -20 degrees and 70 degrees to make it easy to access.


Correct Agility mounting90-Degree Agility mounting

Note: The Agility must be mounted on a level horizontal (side-to-side) plane and must be lined up with the direction of travel for the internal sensor to function properly.


To install the Agility, a vehicle-specific wiring adapter (sold separately) is required. These custom kits are available for most newer trucks and SUVs. One end of the custom adapter plugs into your vehicle, and the other end plugs into the controller - no hardwiring required.


See also etrailer.com's exclusive 7- and 4-way brake-control installation kit (ETBC7 - sold separately) if you don't already have a 7-way plug at the back of your vehicle.



47294 Hopkins Agility Proportional Trailer Brake Control - Plug-In Simple

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Customer Reviews

Hopkins Agility Trailer Brake Controller - Plug In - 1 to 4 Axles - Proportional - HM47294

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (108 Customer Reviews)

Proportional brake controller mounts easily. Digital display indicates braking action of trailer. Fine-tune power adjustment has 5 levels so that you can set braking intensity to suit your towing needs.

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I installed my Hopkins Agility Trailer Brake Controller about a year ago in my 2010 Chevy Colorado. It mounted easy and works well. Fortunately my truck was prewired for a brake controller. It automatically detects a trailer that is hooked up. 845677



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Just finished installing my Hopkins brake controller with the plug in wire harness for my Toyota Tacoma. Couldn't have been simpler. Took about 10 minutes. Took longer to find the factory connector which was part of the tow package on my truck. Nice product, also reached out to the tech department last night around 11pm and had the answer this morning at 7:30 am. That's great service, could have gotten it a little cheaper through another site, mainly because of free shipping but quality service like this is worth plenty. If I need any trailer accessories again etrailer will be who I call. 403544



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First I would like to say etrailer is a great company to work with, they made contact with me by phone no an email to let me know that my parts were bcaked ordered and if I I was pressed for time they would send another like unit ASAP. Though I haven't had the opportunity to try the brake control the wire harness I ordered for my 2002 chevy silveroda and Control went in with no problems 540714



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Looking forward to many a miles use of the Hopkins Agility. Install was a snap ... recommend using sockets vs. a screw driver to secure the screws to the unit. 79000



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Order was delivered early. Installation was easy and worked as expected. 2016 GMC Sierra 1500 SLE. 863479



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Excellent 855972



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Good brake controller. Only problem I have had with it is the manual button will not fully release some of the time. Other than that is is a good controller. 854625



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Very easy to install. Works great. Just what I needed to control brakes on 16 foot cargo trailer. I bought this to install in 2016 Ford F150. part number HM47845. 820262



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Easy to install and works as intended with our truck and travel trailer. 811601



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Positive 795719



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Product arrived promptly. Appears as advertised, but I have yet to install it so can’t comment on its functionality. Have every reason to believe it will perform to expectations. If not, I will be mad as a wet hen. If it works, I will be happy as a lark. 772015



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Very pleased with this product, works as advertised. 770635



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So easy a cave man can do it. Just plug and play with this one, I’ve always had the old style that had to have a line from the brake master cylinder to the controller. My only issue was where I installed it bumps my knee occasionally. 770322



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Perfect for my install on the 2017 Nissan NV2500 Cargo van. Thanks! 732884



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very happy 693031



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Doesn't work very well. Flickers on and off during driving. 671132



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Very nice product that is easy to install and use. 664920



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Control mounted easily and the connector linked up with the connector under the dash perfectly and it works great! 658773


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It has been a year since I installed the control. It has worked flawlessly and I remain very pleased with its performance.
Lloyd - 06/17/2020

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I haven't used it yet, but the installation was simple as described on the web site. 653107



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Easy install had plug and play 1984 f150. Easy to adj and works well 604954



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received very quick! i have not installed the controller yet but i'm sure i'll be very pleased as a good friend of mine has one and loves it. i've used his truck and my trailer to haul my skid loader and the hopkins worked perfect. 581291


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its been a year since installing my hopkins brake controller and it works perfectly. i tow my bobcat on a 18 dove tail trailer and i cant believe how well it makes my truck and trailer slow down and stop. i highly recommend for a easy install and adjustability at a very good price
paul g - 11/13/2019

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Works just as good today as the day I bought it. Super simple installation, easy configuration, and it’s been rock solid reliable. 557966



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Easy install with vehicle specific cable. Probably took me 30 minutes taking my time. Took the trailer for a short ride and everything seems to function perfectly. Haven't taken an extended trip yet. Easy if you check out the etrailer install video first. 557603



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Unit started up with no issues. The adapter cable plugged right in. Your install videos were right on. Thanks 552051


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    Yes, you certainly can use the 12V auxiliary power circuit on your 7-way wiring setup to power trailer lights. If you refer to the linked photo of a vehicle 7-way connector you will note that the 12V power circuit is carried on the contact at the 1:00 position as you look at the 7-way socket. This is noted by the yellow arrow. An easy way to access this 12V power circuit is to tap into it by using a junction box like # 277-000141. This box gives you a handy place to install a ring...
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    The Hopkins Agility Trailer Brake Controller # HM47294 you asked from is most likely too new to get that E2 code like the older models (it would be SC instead) according to my tech contact at Hopkins. With either the SC or the E2 code, it is showing a short in the blue output wire somewhere between the controller and the brake magnets. This can be due to a pinched or broken wire, a bad ground wire, or it could be from a bad magnet as you stated. I recommend using a circuit tester...
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  • Brake Controller for 2008 Dodge 2500 Diesel Towing Heavy 12000-lb Trailer
    I recommend going with the Hopkins # HM47294 which is a proportional brake controller with 5 adjustable power levels to handle even the heaviest tow loads. This controller works on trailers with up to 4 axles, so you'll be able to use it on most other trailers that you may need to tow in the future. The easy to read display shows how much power is being supplied to the brakes and the controller can mount easily under your dash, so it's out of the way yet still easy to access the manual...
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    I have attached a couple of photos that show how to install the Red wire and Blue wire with the plug. As the photo shows, place the red wire over the closest positive post (B). A green 30 amp fuse is needed in the location nearest the positive post to power the brake controller. A smaller brake controller may require only a 20 amp fuse. Consult the brake controller installation instructions and the vehicle's owner's manual. Next, clip off the connector on the blue wire (A). The installation...
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    I definitely understand your frustration with this situation, especially with a new truck and trailer. My first instinct would be to inspect the trailer brakes themselves. There are a few different problems that could be causing your issues. First, pull off the drums and check brake shoes for uneven wear. If the brake shoes are worn more on one side or the other or show more wear on the corners, that could indicate the the brakes are not centered on the axle or in the drum. If the brake...
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    The E2 error code on the Reliance brake controller is an indication that there is a short on the brake output circuit, blue wire coming from the brake controller or on the trailer. You will need to inspect the Blue wire from the brake controller back for any cut, frayed or exposed wiring. Often times, a corroded or damaged trailer connector causes a short on the brake output wire. I would recommend checking the vehicle and trailer side connectors for corrosion or damage and fix or replace...
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    The E2 error code on the brake controller is an indication that there is a short on the brake output circuit, blue wire coming from the brake controller or on the trailer. You will need to inspect the Blue wire from the brake controller back for any cut, frayed or exposed wiring. Often times, a corroded or damaged trailer connector causes a short on the brake output wire. I would recommend checking the vehicle and trailer side connectors for corrosion or damage and fix or replace as needed....
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    The factory harness on a 2011 Infiniti QX56 is located underneath the dash, to the left of the steering column, taped to another harness near the emergency brake pedal. It can also sometimes be behind a trim panel to the left of the emergency brake. Sometimes it helps to fully engage the emergency brake when looking for the factory harness. Us harness # HM47635 to plug in the controller to the vehicle.
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    I am sure there is a way to install an OEM integrated brake controller on your 2007 Chevy Silverado. But I would strongly recommend you go with an aftermarket brake controller because they end up costing less and perform much better. For a brake controller I would recommend the Prodigy P2 Brake Controller part # 90885. This is our best selling brake controller because of how well it works and how easy it is to setup. To install this controller you will just need to wire it to the...
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    I'd be happy to assist you with that. For the 2007 model year, GMC didn't use a connector for the tow package wiring under the dash, just bare wires as you've stated. The existing wires would connect to your brake controller as follows: Red tow package wire to black brake controller wire Dark blue tow package wire to blue brake controller wire Light blue/white striped tow package wire to red controller wire White tow package wire to white controller wire Since you have the factory...
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