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Innovative Products of America Unveils Trailer-Inspection System with ABS Diagnostics

The easy-to-use system requires no training, setup or software fees.


Innovative Products of America (IPA) announced the No. 5700A ALPHA MUTT with ABSa complete diagnostic trailer-inspection system that integrates all aspects of trailer service and repair.


A technician now can control and test all lighting, ABS and air-brake circuits with the provided tablet while conducting a walk-around PMI or DOT inspection, according to IPA. The interface design is highly intuitive, and the tablet provides real-time data during the testing process.

The ABS diagnostics reads and clears codes, displays diagnostic troubleshooting info and accesses ECU data with no lag time. The easy-to-use system requires no training, setup or software fees, according to the company.

“Every aspect of the ALPHA MUTT’s design has been thoroughly engineered from top to bottom to be the ultimate trailer testing and inspection system,” says Ian Vinci, president of IPA. “Whether you’re a service provider who wants to deliver faster and more professional inspections for your customers, or a fleet looking to reduce human error, paperwork and data entry while unifying inspections across the board, the ALPHA MUTT can upgrade your shop to maximize its potential.”


The modular design can be equipped with base features or expanded to grow with the user’s operations and is built to withstand the harsh conditions in the shop or out in the field, according to IPA.

IPA has been manufacturing high-quality diagnostic equipment since 1991, the company noted. All of IPA’s diagnostic trailer testers come with a 24-hour repair/replace policy and three-year limited warranty.

For more information, visit or call 888- 786-7899.

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