Evaluator 740 Trailer Tester

ABS, Lights, and Electric Trailer Tester and Diagnostics System

The Evaluator 740 is the perfect trailer tester for trailer electrical system, lighting and ABS diagnosis.

Electrical issues and the circuit affected are identified for easy diagnosis and repair. In addition, The Evaluator 740 safely tests circuits for these shorts with micro-bursts of voltage instead of a constant feed, alleviating the “smoke test” produced with other methods.  Electrical issues are identified as circuit to circuit shorts, open circuits, open grounds, and chassis shorts.

In addition to fully testing electrical circuits, all major ABS manufacturer fault codes are displayed on an easy to read, 4-line LCD screen. Also, ALL faults (stored and active) are available for technicians to use for diagnosis and repair. Simplify your ABS diagnostics with one tester rather than dealing with blink code or multiple devices.

The Evaluator 740 includes a full function remote control and is available as AC (110vac) or DC (battery power) models.

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Features and Benefits

Increased Productivity

One person doing one trip around the trailer with one tool. Increases the efficiency of the inspection or repair on trailers. This reduces downtime and gets the trailer back on the road.

Accurate Diagnostics

The Lite-Check Evaluator 740 Trailer Tester provides technicians with more data, leading to improved accuracy in diagnosing and completing repairs. This alleviates the “trying a fix.” Technicians will know exactly what the problem was and what caused it directly from the Evaluator 740’s easily read display.

Improved Quality

When the technicians have more information about trailer ABS and electrical circuitry, they can find small issues before they become a major problems. This reduces the road costs and DOT violations.

Increased Accuracy

The LITE-CHECK, Evaluator 740 provides technicians fault information via audible alarm and an easily read digital screen so technicians can easily identify a fault’s location and applicable fix.

Streamlined Electrical Inspections

With the included remote control, a single technician can perform a complete 360° visual inspection.

Minimal Training

The Evaluator 740’s use is straightforward and intuitive, providing shops with minimal downtime due to training.

Electrical Short Identification

Accurately identifies each fault and presents on digital display. Taking the guess work out for the technician, shortening diagnostic time.

Identifiable Electrical Shorts

  • Open Circuit
  • Open Ground
  • Short (w/ all circuits identified)
  • Chassis Ground

Screen Samples

Easy Electrical Diagnostics

Accurate Voltage and Amperage Readings

Full identification of Voltage, Amperage, Circuit Activated, Wire Color, and Pin Number on 7-Way connector.

Full identification of Voltage, Amperage, Circuit Activated, Wire Color, and Pin Number on 7-Way connector.

Full identification of Voltage, Amperage, Circuit Activated, Wire Color, and Pin Number on 7-Way connector.

Advanced ABS Diagnostics

ABS ECU Manufacturer and model identified along with configuration (two sensor, one modulator), and count of active faults.

ABS ECU Manufacturer and model identified along with configuration (two sensor, one modulator), and count of active faults.

ABS interface includes the ability to view all active faults, all stored faults, clear faults, check voltage received at the ECU, and load test (which turns on all electrical circuits and displays received voltage at the ECU).

ABS interface includes the ability to view all active faults, all stored faults, clear faults, check voltage received at the ECU, and load test (which turns on all electrical circuits and displays received voltage at the ECU).

When viewing active and stored faults, you'll know exactly what the fault is, along with the SPN (SID in this example), FMI (Failure Mode Identifier) numbers and the CT(count) of how many times each fault has occurred. You also have the ability to view ALL faults, not just the most recent or highest in the stack.

When viewing active and stored faults, you’ll know exactly what the fault is, along with the SPN (SID in this example), FMI (Failure Mode Identifier) numbers and the CT(count) of how many times each fault has occurred. You also have the ability to view ALL faults, not just the most recent or highest in the stack.

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