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Super MUTT Trailer Tester Remote Control

April 27, 2016 - Products

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IPA announced its new 12-Button Remote Control that is now available with the Super MUTT trailer tester line.

The #MUT-RM12 12-Function Remote allows complete and comprehensive trailer testing from more than 200 feet away. Manually, automatically, or remotely test all electrical circuitry, air brakes, and access ABS codes. The 12-Button Remote mirrors the onboard features of the Super MUTT, making trailer testing easy, fast, and thorough. The Super MUTT is the professional trailer testing solution for professional fleet maintenance.

Now, you can update your shop with a state-of-the-art, remote-controlled Super MUTT trailer tester to avoid CSA roadside violations and eliminate downtime. Remote-controlled testing and diagnostics allow the Super MUTT to guide a technician through 91 critical points of inspection and testing.

Testing Mode assesses the trailer's electrical circuitry to identify wiring problems often missed during routine inspections. If a problem is found (i.e. shorted, crossed, open circuit, or bad ground), the Super MUTT instantaneously shifts into Diagnostic/ Pulsar Mode.

In the case of a short circuit, Pulsar Mode will continue to monitor circuit condition, applying current every three seconds for continued circuit testing. Once the short is found and repaired, the Pulsar feature will instantly restore current to the circuit. This makes shake testing and receptacle inspections a viable method for finding a circuitry problem.

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