Kussmaul Electronics Co. Inc. 091-55-20-120T-BW Super Trailer Eject Back Wire

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  • Make: Kussmaul Electronics Co. Inc.
  • Model code: 091-55-20-120T-BW
  • Type: SUPER TRAILER EJECT BACK WIRE
Additional info:

120 Volts AC, 20 Amps Designed specifically for vehicles that do Not have a "Starter Signal" Automatically disconnects shoreline Completely sealed Eliminates broken shoreline 2 year warranty Can use a Standard Waterproof Cover, Deluxe Bar Graph or Deluxe Digital Display Default color for covers is yellow The Super Trailer Eject is a special version of the standard Super Auto Eject, automatic shoreline disconnect, designed specifically for installations that do not have a "Start Signal" available to initiate ejection of the shoreline. The unit is wired to the brake lights, and ejection occurs when the driver steps on the foot brake to shift into gear. An internal switch prevents the solenoid from operating when no shoreline is detected. The Back Wire configuration is especially useful in places where space is limited on the sides of the unit.

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Make Kussmaul Electronics Co. Inc.
Manufacturer Kussmaul Electronics Co. Inc.
Model code 091-55-20-120T-BW
Type SUPER TRAILER EJECT BACK WIRE
Additional info
  • 120 Volts AC, 20 Amps
  • Designed specifically for vehicles that do Not have a "Starter Signal"
  • Automatically disconnects shoreline
  • Completely sealed
  • Eliminates broken shoreline
  • 2 year warranty
  • Can use a Standard Waterproof Cover, Deluxe Bar Graph or Deluxe Digital Display
  • Default color for covers is yellow

The Super Trailer Eject is a special version of the standard Super Auto Eject, automatic shoreline disconnect, designed specifically for installations that do not have a "Start Signal" available to initiate ejection of the shoreline. The unit is wired to the brake lights, and ejection occurs when the driver steps on the foot brake to shift into gear. An internal switch prevents the solenoid from operating when no shoreline is detected.

The Back Wire configuration is especially useful in places where space is limited on the sides of the unit.

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