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Mar 23, 2015

Avoid CSA Penalties with the New LITE-SENTRY from Phillips Industries

Avoid CSA Penalties with the New LITE-SENTRY™ from Phillips Industries
Santa Fe Springs, CA (March 23, 2015) Phillips Industries latest product innovation introduced today for trailer chassis, LITE-SENTRY™, can eliminate CSA violations for non-working exterior trailer lights. 
One of the most common violations vehicle operators are charged with during road-side inspections is for faulty trailer lights.  With Phillips new LITE-SENTRY™, drivers know instantly when a trailer light or connection has failed, before it’s caught by CSA inspectors.  The LITE-SENTRY™ monitors the exterior trailer lighting for failures and notifies the driver by an indicator light mounted on the front of the trailer so a repair can be made.
The LITE-SENTRY™ is integrated and completely sealed into a Phillips STA-DRY® electrical harness and is designed to work with all 12V LED exterior trailer lighting that draws more than 19 milliamps.  The current patent-pending LITE-SENTRY™ is for chassis only.  Future LITE-SENTRY™ products will be introduced for other trailer configurations. 
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About Phillips Industries
Based in Santa Fe Springs, CA, USA Phillips Industries is a leading innovator and manufacturer of advanced electrical and air brake interface equipment for the commercial vehicle industry.  Phillips is a major supplier and partner to many top OEMs around the world and is a first choice for top fleets.  They have manufacturing and distribution facilities throughout the U.S. and Canada as well as in Mexico, China and The Netherlands.  Phillips maintains active membership in key industry associations including TMC, SAE, Heavy Duty Manufacturers Association and state trucking associations.  Their manufacturing facilities have received the top quality accreditations including ISO 9001, TS 16949 and ISO 14001.


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