Alliance Truck Parts said it has added back-up alarms to its growing electrical product offering. The new back-up alarm conforms to SAEJ994 standards and can be used on construction or agricultural machinery, and any truck that requires a back-up alarm.
“Our new back-up alarm is a simple necessity for many trucks on the road today,” said Daniel Haggerty, director of parts marketing for Daimler Trucks North America. “Federal job safety rules require a backup alarm for vocational applications including construction, agricultural and for most government-owned vehicles.”
The Alliance Truck Parts back-up alarm offers waterproof construction using rugged ABS plastic to withstand pressure-washing, harsh environments and even impacts without damage. The unit’s housing is designed to focus its 97-decible standard one beep per second output to the rear where it is most needed. The unit’s interior mechanism features solid-state electronics encapsulated in epoxy for increased durability, according to the company.
Installation is simple due to its compact size, universal mounting design and rugged stainless steel terminals that resist corrosion. Alliance added the alarm has reverse polarity protection built in, and very low current requirements, making it an easy addition to electrical systems already loaded with accessories.
The alarm (part number ABP N55 BU2000C) carries the Alliance Truck Parts one-year unlimited mileage warranty. Alliance Truck Parts are available at over 800 DTNA locations nationwide including Freightliner, Western Star, Sterling and Thomas Built Bus dealers, and Travel Centers of America and Petro truck stops.