Lite-Check promotes diagnostic trailer tester

Updated Mar 13, 2013

Lite-Check-Inspector-920Lite-Check is working to promote its advanced ABS diagnostics trailer tester for brake and light testing to the maintenance market this week at TMC in Nashville.

Lite-Check says its Inspector 920 testing system is designed to test and evaluate the brake and lighting systems on all heavy-duty trailer models. To operate the system, simply plug the trailer’s 7-way connector into the machine and select the test preferred on the unit and hand-held remote control. A test takes less than a minute.

When a error occurs, the machine emits a high-pitch beep notifying the service technician of a fault code, and the machine’s screen provides a detailed description of the failure with fault-code diagnostic information direct from the OEM. Lite-Check says the machine is complete with all diagnostic information for the ABS brake systems in the heavy-duty marketplace.

The Inspector 920 also includes diagnostic information for new roll stability control trailer systems, and some tractor brake and clutch testing capabilities.

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