Faulty Brakes are Costly

United States Department of Transportation (USDOT) requires trucks have 80% of their total braking capacity to operate. If a truck is found to be more than 20% out-of-adjustment, that truck is immediately placed out of service until the brakes are adjusted. Out of service trucks result in expensive delays for trucking firms and their clients due to emergency service, delayed deliveries, lost opportunity cost and dangerous traffic incidents.

44% percent of trucks are found to have brake problems.


Brake Inspections Are a Hassle

Performing a semi-truck brake inspection requires one person to press the brake pedal while another person has to crawl around under the truck to take the push-rod measurements, regardless of weather conditions or terrain. This process is time-consuming and expensive.

SeeBrake Makes it Simple

SeeBrake saves time and money because it measures push-rod activity automatically. SeeBrake also measures air values sequencing to provide balanced braking, to maximize stopping power and assist in preventing jackknifing.

The driver or maintenance person can view the readings for each brake on the in-cab display, and the data may be transmitted to the company maintenance facility.

SeeBrake will not replace physical brake inspections, but it will improve highway safety and reduce maintenance costs by enabling the operator to regularly inspect their brake performance.





Proper Braking

Reduces brake wear

Reduces stopping distance

Balances brakes

Reduces brake related accidents

Reduces Loss of life & property

Effective braking begins at the trailer and moves forward.

Loss Prevention Savings

Decrease vehicle maintenance time.

Reduce Driver Error

Mitigate Manufacturing Defects

Meet Payload Deadlines

SeeBrake is free standing, and does not interact with the brake.

Static Measurements:

The brakes are already in full position.

No way to know how long each air canister to release.


Dynamic Measurements:

Measure the Distance travelled

Measure the Time to get there

Annual Truck & Bus
Related Crash Deaths
Annual Trucks and Buses
Involved Fatal Collisions

$20 Billion Annual Semi-Truck Accident Settlements

Safety Technology Pyramid


Automated Collision Avoidance


Electronic Stability Control


Automatic Traction Control


Anti-Lock Braking System

Supported By


Proper Brake Operation


Real-Time Tractor & Trailer Brake Reporting


Properly Functioning Brake Benefits

  • Stop straight and within shorter distances.
  • Experience more even tire wear, resulting in fewer change-outs.
  • Knowing what each brake is doing means less wear on all brake components.
  • Shave trouble shooting time by half an hour, by immediately knowing which brake is bad. This frees up your mechanic to check other issues that may require attention, providing a labor and parts cost savings.
  • Eliminate potential for citations due to defective brakes.

High Quality Components

SeeBrake survives in the tough environment at the brake because its components are manufactured to Military Specification Standards (Mil-Spec). Our brake monitoring system is produced only by highly reliable manufacturers in the United States. This commitment to excellence maximizes compatibility, interoperability, safety, repeatability and quality.


Mil-Spec Electronics

There are three grades of electronics.
Commercial: 32 to 158 degrees Fahrenheit
Industrial: -40 to 185 degrees Fahrenheit
Military: -67 to 257 degrees Fahrenheit.

In addition to surviving a broad temperature range, Mil-Spec components are further tested to survive chemical road conditions, vibration, and strain.


Aviation Aluminum

SeeBrake uses Aviation Grade aluminum 6061 T6 mounting brackets because of its high PSI yield range of 35,000; materials may flex but won’t break.

T4=30,000 PSI with a 16,000 PSI Yield Range
T6=42,000 PSI with a 35,000 PSI Yield Range

System Interactions

SeeBrake monitors push rod readings and timings.

It does not control the brakes.

It does not interfere with braking capability.

If SeeBrake has a failure, the brakes WILL still function.

It can interface with tractor’s telematics.

It is compatible with most wireless providers.

Safety is a number one priority in the operation of a commercial truck. Improved brake compliance adds to that safety... and allows us to improve on delivery times, reduces inspection stops due to safety record, saves fuel. Safety also saves money by keeping insurance claims down.

SeeBrake Highlights

Easy to install

Easy to operate

Accurate beyond what can be done manually

Supports high axle counts

Supports Drop and Hook

Supports tandem trailers

One screen view of entire vehicle

Off-Vehicle reporting

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