Simple system for challenging requirements - New lighting system for agricultural trailers
The system is powered via a newly developed distribution box. The box is connected to the 7-pin socket of the towing vehicle by a connecting line with bayonet coupling. And once again, ERICH JAEGER took the demand for a simple system into consideration. For instance: A license plate lamp needs less power than a rear lamp. To avoid faulty connection, the company equipped the distribution box with 3- and 4-pin sockets, each customized to the lamp to be applied.
So every trailer manufacturer has the possibility to either arrange his individual system or to install a solution pre-assembled by ERICH JAEGER, as for example an underride guard. The latter includes pre-wired rear, license plate, and marker lamps as well as reflectors, a 7-pin socket, and the distribution box. All of those components meet the high quality requirements of the agricultural industry: For example, the company exclusively uses high-quality lamps from Hella; furthermore, the underride guard is zinc- and powder-coated and serves as a solid fender.
Erich Jaeger GmbH + Co. KG was founded in 1927 in Bad Homburg, Germany, and is part of the AdCapital AG, Stuttgart, since 1998. About 500 employees world-wide work, in close co-operation with the customers in the automobile, commercial vehicle and agricultural industry, on innovative solutions in the areas of wiring, plug-in connections, electrics/electronics, and trailer couplings up to series production. In addition to the headquarters in Friedberg, Jaeger maintains subsidiaries in France, Turkey, the Czech Republic, and China as well as sales offices in Italy, Sweden, and Poland. The annual turnover amounts to approx. 34 Mil. Euros.
Erich Jaeger GmbH + Co. KG
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D - 61169 Friedberg
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