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March 23, 2018 - Products

<p><em>Photo of QWIK-CHECK courtesy of Phillips Industries</em></p>

Phillips Industries

Phillips Industries has introduced the QWIK-CHECK, developed for quick and easy confirmation of power within the seven-way connection between the tractor and trailer. 

Designed for integration into the electrical system of the nosebox, it eliminates the immediate need for a continuity tester, visually confirming an electrical signal from the tractor to the trailer.  

With the tractor turned on, and power supplied to the seven-way connection, the color-coded LED lights of the QWIK-CHECK will light up as each circuit receives power. Each light is an indication that power to the correlating circuit is reaching the seven-way connection. If a light does not come on, it indicates that there is a problem with the associated circuit and further investigation is warranted.     

The QWIK-CHECK is currently offered for universal installation on any nosebox or as a readily available replacement for units already installed on the i-BOX or VOLT-BOX noseboxes. The universal unit comes with 12-inch blunt cut wires and ring terminals to customize the installation. Replacement units come with wires pre-cut to length and ring terminals already installed. 

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