Australian Technology Startup OzxCorp Assigns Distribution Rights For North America

Australian Technology Startup, OzXcorp, has today announced that Dave Carter & Associates will be the sole distributor for OzXcorp RV and trailer electrification technology and electromotive solutions to the North American market.

The partnership concludes a rigorous selection process that ultimately identified Dave Carter & Associates as a forerunner to understanding, engaging and implementing the future of RV and trailer electrification for North America.

Andrew Huett, Technical co-founder and CEO of OzXcorp, described the outcome as “a sound decision and a cohesive relationship both on a business and personal execution level.”

OzXcorp has a suite of solutions that are central to the future of electrification in the recreational sector. Having been established since 2018, the company has developed and demonstrated significant progress towards its initial goal of enabling an all-electric power solution, aptly named DCX.

DCX North America Variant

OzXcorp and Dave Carter will be releasing the North American variant of the DCX system in late 2022. The turnkey power solution can partially or fully electrify caravans, trailers and RVs with a fundamental but intuitive “systems” approach. This will enable a fully warranted power platform for OEM Product Managers to make informed decisions without the need for an in-house R&D department or excessive technical knowledge of batteries, inverters, chargers and solar.

DCX in North America will consist of an inclusive chassis mounted 14 or 7kWh automotive grade lithium battery, 6kW 120VAC inverter, 4kW solar charger with a 13.1VDC, 100Amp nominal RV supply. Importantly, the solution is designed to consolidate all typical requirements into a fully engineered, well-tuned and compact automotive type platform.

The DCX solution is only available to OEMs for new builds and most importantly, as Andrew Huett describes “OzXcorp and Dave Carter have a team that will work closely with OEMs to help them transition to an all-electric platform or model variant. Fully electric is by no means just the fitment of lots of batteries and product tech, but conversely, the integration of a well refined technology solution such as DCX to a reimagined all-electric product offering.”