DirecLink Lite Proportional Trailer Brake Controller (DL-50)
It’s A Network Computer
It links with your tow vehicle’s computer network and uses multiple data parameters in a proprietary way to create amazingly proportional trailer braking.
Easy Installation and Set-up
DirecLink automatically syncs with your tow vehicle - just plug it in and let it do the configuring for you. Raise or lower the level of braking and you’re ready to go. No holes to drill, no directional mounting.
Large Color Display
The large color display makes it easy to use the DirecLink as a diagnostic tool for your towable brake system to ensure that all monitored functions are good or to resolve any problems.
Electric Drum or Hydraulic
DirecLink works with electric drum brakes and electric-hydraulic actuators, automatically configuring to match your trailer’s brake type.
DirecLink uses exactly the same computer network that controls your car, truck or SUV so you can count on this proven technology. By linking the data of your tow vehicle to your trailer brake system, both vehicles work seamlessly together.
DirecLink maintains complete situational awareness because it continuously monitors your tow vehicle’s computer network. When you apply the brakes, it has a complete picture of what is happening. DirecLink creates precise braking curves to match the rapidly changing demands of your trailer brakes.
- Trailer Connection
- Tow Vehicle Battery Voltage
- OBDII Network Connection Integrity
- Brake Controller Ground Connection
- Brake Controller Power Connection
- Brake Switch Voltage
- Blue Wire Voltage Output
- Blue Wire Current Output
- Blue Wire Short
- Engine RPM
DirecLink Brake Controller is compatible with:
1997 - Present
- General Motors
2008 - Present
- Land Rover
DL-50 is generally compatible with the following network protocols:
- CAN - SAE J1939
- PWM - SAE J1850
- VPW - SAE J1850