Roadmaster InvisiBrake Supplemental Tow Vehicle Braking System

Catalog Item # 56814 Members Only Special

With InvisiBrake Ð there's nothing to connect or disconnect!

A revolutionary innovation in supplemental braking.

NOTHING. Zip. Zero. Zilch. Nada. Nil. That's what you have to do to connect and disconnect InvisiBrake.

There's nothing to take in and out of your towed vehicle and there's nothing to push, pull, set, adjust, activate or deactivate.

What could be easier than nothing at all?

What is InvisiBrake?
InvisiBrake is a fully-automatic, set-it-and-forget-it supplemental braking system that uses the electrical connections already in place on your towed vehicle (the towed vehicle’s electrical harness) to brake when you brake the motorhome — the same electrical signal that activates the towed vehicle’s brake lights also activates InvisiBrake.

Features

  • Completely out of sight — InvisiBrake is so small (8-3/4" x 8-3/4" x 2-3/4"), it can usually be mounted under the driver’s seat, under the rear seat, behind interior panels or in the trunk, without sacrificing any of the vehicle’s usable space.

  • Set-it-and-forget-it braking — When you apply continuous braking force, so does InvisiBrake — the longer you apply the brakes in the motorhome, the harder your towed vehicle will brake (InvisiBrake will not skid your tires).

  • Bypasses the 12-volt outlet and charges your battery — InvisiBrake connects directly to the towed vehicle’s battery and constantly charges the battery during towing (InvisiBrake will never drain the battery).

  • Two-stage motorhome monitor — InvisiBrake includes an LED monitor for a visual reference of braking activity; an audible alert at the motorhome will warn you if the brakes have been on for too long.

  • Activates only when the motorhome’s brake lights illuminate — no false braking!

  • Works in virtually any towed vehicle with vacuum-powered brakes — including hybrids and those with full-time (“active”) power braking systems.

  • Easily adjusts to individual braking preferences

  • Includes an emergency break away system

  • Meets U.S. and Canadian braking requirements

See Braking Weights Map document below.

Learn more about the InvisiBrake in this video:


Technical Specifications

15.8 lbs.
8-3/4”L x 8-3/4”W x 2-3/4”H

Camper's Choice Rating

Reviewer rating of 5 stars based on 7 reviews (5 Based on 7 Reviews)

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Good Product - Misleading Documentation

by Cowboy Bob – April 02, 2013
3 out of 5 stars

I am a great fan of RoadMaster and have used their hitch assemblies for years but the sales literature and web site do not give yo

Great system

by Bill N. – April 28, 2012
5 out of 5 stars

We used a Brake Buddy for five years and hated it. The set up was awkward and complex. And in the Hill Country of Texas, the bra

invisibrank

by Anonymous – December 07, 2012
4 out of 5 stars

works well. it is a little disconcerting because there is a delay that i can see from the light on the dash. the light comes on wh

Truly invisible!

by Anonymous – January 09, 2012
5 out of 5 stars

Very nice! Sharp folks put it upside down under the package shelf so it takes up nearly no room. It is like it is not there as it

As simple as it gets - I love this system.

by John – February 04, 2012
5 out of 5 stars

We purchased this unit along with our tow package. I wanted the simplest hook up possible. No disconnecting batteries, or insert

If you sell your towed vehicle, the major components can be removed and installed in the new towed vehicle. But InvisiBrake is not intended to be quickly swapped between towed vehicles, like Even Brake. The second car kit is Roadmaster part# 98700(SKU#75351).
by Camping World – November 08, 2016
by Anonymous – February 23, 2016
The InvisiBrake will work on virtually any vehicle, specifically if they have vacuum-powered brakes. Exception to fit are vehicles with a hydroboost braking system.
by Camping World – March 15, 2016
by Anonymous – February 22, 2016
The InvisiBrake will work on virtually any vehicle, specifically if they have vacuum-powered brakes. Exception to fit are vehicles with a hydroboost braking system.
by Camping World – March 15, 2016

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