We design and manufacture smart DC charge control systems for the marine, RV and commercial transportation industries. Our WS500 Advanced Alternator Regulator is the first of its kind to determine battery charge state by factoring battery voltage, amps-in and amps-out, and alternator and battery temperature – and it's the first regulator on the market to communicate with engine and battery BMS systems via CAN communication.
Firmware V2.2.0 Release


Wakespeed has released firmware Version 2.2.0 for its advanced WS500 alterrnator regulator. This firmware revision delivers significantly upgraded support for CAN-based BMS systems, and represents a major step forward in the delivery of more robust, easier-to-install system integration.

Included in this update are revisions to the default LiFePO4 charge profile, to better match manufacturers' charging recommendations, and improved recording of error messages to aid in accurate diagnostics. In addition, the default setpoint for alternator temperature regulation has been increased from 90°C to 100°C. This new firmware is packaged in a ZIP file, and is available for download on the Technical Page on this website.


Dealers and Distributors

. Some of our most recent dealer partners include:

Marinehowto.com

Comox Marine

Farco, AS

Safiery

Want to become a Wakespeed Offshore dealer? Visit our Become A Dealer page for an application.

Downloadable Images

Web-ready images are available for Wakespeed products on our image library page. To access images, visit Wakespeed Offshore Image Library.

Wakespeed Offshore regulators deliver unsurpassed quality and performance for a wide range of applications — our simple WS100 multi-stage voltage regulator offers excellent support for most lead acid battery types in 12-volt systems. The advanced WS500 alternator regulator, with its unique ability to regulate based on both voltage and current, is by far the most capable charging source for both traditional lead acid and new generation LiFePo4 lithium ion batteries.

All Wakespeed regulators are made in the USA.