There are several differences between these two products. The main one being the simplicity of the DC-Hub, which stays away from the technology of screens and phones, etc simplifying the product immensely. The Red Vision has many integrated features including water level monitoring, temperatures, etc.
The installation of the Red vision includes running multiple cables and requires lugs, crimps, and shrink cable; whereas the DC-Hub doesn’t. All cables go to a single point and no other bits and pieces are required.
The Red Vision has a max of 80A where the DC-Hub has a max of 150A
For more information about the comparison of these products, check out the youtube video EGON created for it :https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M1KUqof7JJ4
The EGON DC-Hub is so simply designed that almost anyone with basic electrical knowledge can easily install. The worst thing that could go wrong is that a fuse blows, but you will always be aware if that happens when the corresponding LED goes on.
If you set your DC-Hub up with the correct cable thickness and fuse rating, blown fuses shouldn’t be a problem. We have wiring instructions available on our youtube channel (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jdilxfQOXhs&t=4s) and documents explaining Wiring.
While the max Amp Rating for the start battery input is 60A through a DC/DC charger or Smart Solenoid, the Ah isn't the same. As long as the fuse ratings on the circuit board are not exceeded the DC Hub is compatible with any size battery bank on the start battery side or house / accessory battery side. It is important to note that Ah and A are two different things:
Ah = The capacity of a battery (as in how much energy is in the battery).
A = The amount of current running through an electrical conductor.
Find further explanation of this here: https://www.egon.com.au/dc-hub-connect-video-guide>