Trailcheck Breakaway Monitor
TrailCheck breakaway monitor by BPPRO is an additional Bluetooth remote trailer battery monitor system used in conjunction with a Bluetooth breakaway switch.
Store in your glovebox when the towing is finished.
Monitor your trailer with Trailcheck
TrailCheck is an additional remote trailer battery monitor system mounted in the tow vehicle. Use it with TrailSafeBT break-away safety pull pin system, available from our store. As a wireless solution, TrailCheck communicates with TrailSafeBT via Bluetooth.
NSW has the extra-legal requirement to have a remote battery monitor onboard. The driver should be able to see or hear it from his normal driving position, and it also should indicate that the breakaway system has a charged battery.
Is your caravan registered in NSW? – Don’t go camping without onboard monitor TrailCheck!
The TrailCheck will indicate system status with blue, green, orange or red LED indicators.
For example, a green light indicates the battery is charged enough for over 15 minutes of operation – and that’s what you need in case of an emergency.
- System Voltage 12V Nominal (not suitable for 24V systems)
- Electric Brake Load 4 to 18A
- Brake Light Load 0 to 8A
- Communications Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE 4.1)
- Wired Monitor Current 0 to 30mA
Mount TrailCheck is provided with Velcro strips and a plug it 15A (or lower) 12v fused adaptor that is plugged into the vehicle 12VDC Outlet or Cigarette lighter.
Once installed, pair it with the TrailSafeBT and test it.
Finally, you are now safe to tow your caravan!
Couplemate Trailer Parts sells only the best quality Trailcheck Breakaway Monitor BMPRO and caravan spare parts throughout Australia.
Customers are welcome to either pickup or take advantage of our low freight rates. Express shipping to Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide, Darwin, and Hobart.
We also ship products to New Zealand via Australia Post Air Express.
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