The one-man operation occurs via radio, i.e. wirelessly. The workshop employee sits in the car, switches through the lights and sees on the bright, easy-to-read LED display whether voltage is applied to the towbar socket and whether the optical warning signals work.
Not even a towing vehicle is required for this. The testing unit is mounted on the trailer plug. Due to the fact that the employee is not reliant on a power source thanks to the internal AGM battery, all light functions such as taillights, rear lights, rear fog lights and so on can also be tested outside of the workshop. The mechanic controls the respective functions with the remote control and thus checks whether the trailer’s lighting system works.
This is how easy and time-saving lighting tests can be in autonomous operation. The advantages at a glance:
- One-man operation via remote control, thus saving a huge amount of time
- Also suitable for vehicles with bulb-failure monitoring
- The vehicle and trailer can be tested independently of one another
- With automatic test cycle
If someone should happen to forget about it overnight, the testing unit switches off automatically after five minutes of idling. The sturdy control case contains a high-quality AGM battery and can be used for 12-volt applications with a 7- or 13-pin plug.
Testing unit, towbar socket
Article number: 95980571
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