A new trailer tester from Lite-Check includes all the PLC ABS codes dating from 2001 as well as the latest roll stability codes, consolidating multiple operations for users into one simple process, the company said.
The Inspector 920 advanced ABS diagnostics trailer tester with brake and light testing includes a 3-step ABS process to quickly troubleshoot ABS problems. The tester will automatically identify ABS ECU issues and displays the necessary information to make repairs.
The three-step process will automatically test the brakes and auxiliary circuit for problems before querying the ECU and will also stop the process if a problem is detected.
Using the full-function remote control allows the operator to complete a full walk-around check of lights, brakes and ABS operation in just 4 minutes.
ECU identification for trailer ABS/PLC operation for Bendix, Haldex, Meritor-Wabco and Wabash systems is included. The Inspector 920 also checks trailer electrical operation, trailer air brake operation, tractor output voltage operation, and vehicle cable tests for crossed-wires, shorts, or opens, Lite-Check said.
Updated software, as needed, can be transferred to the device via the Internet or memory stick download.