ARBER TRU Compliance Information Help Page
This page last reviewed on April 26, 2016.ARBER is the ARB Equipment Registration software for the Transport Refrigeration Unit (TRU) ATCM and the Drayage Truck Regulation. The ARBER system was designed to provide owners of TRU or TRU generator sets (gensets) with a method of registering their equipment online to determine compliance with the TRU ATCM. ARBER will automatically issue an ARB identification number (IDN) for fully compliant TRU/TRU gensets. Initial registration in ARBER will allow you to create a company profile, establish users and user accounts for your company, and receive an Owner Operator Number (OON). The information below is provided to help registrants complete the TRU Compliance Information page in ARBER.
If you have further questions or are having difficulty completing the information on the ARBER TRU Compliance Information Page, please contact the toll-free TRU Help Line at: (888)TRU-ATCM (888)878-2826.
Information submitted must be true, accurate, and complete. Within 30 days of a change in ownership or compliance status, the new information must be entered in the ARBER system. This includes updates to the company profile and primary contact information. Failure to report updates or submittal of false information is a violation of state law subject to civil and criminal penalties.
|TRU Engine Information|
|TRU Engine Manufacturer||Required field. Click on the drop-down box and select the engine manufacturer that appears on the engine label. If the engine manufacturer is not included on the drop-down list, please call the TRU Help Line (see above).||If the engine has no label, consult your TRU owner manual or TRU dealership. See Carrier Unit & Engine Label for ARBER. See Thermo King Unit and Engine Label for ARBER.|
|TRU Engine Model||Required field. Enter the engine model that appears on the engine label.||If the engine has no label, consult your TRU owner manual or TRU dealership. See Carrier Unit & Engine Label for ARBER. See Thermo King Unit and Engine Label for ARBER.|
|TRU Engine Model Year||Required field. Enter the engine model year that appears on the engine label. For original engines, see links to the right. For replacement or rebuilt engines, use the effective model year based on emissions tier. Note: Replacing the engine is NOT an compliance option for existing 2008 and newer engines. See Advisory 13-18 .||See Carrier Unit & Engine Label for ARBER. See Thermo King Unit and Engine Label for ARBER. If the engine has no label, consult your TRU owner manual or TRU dealership.|
|TRU Engine Serial Number||
Engine serial numbers may be
|See Carrier Unit & Engine Label for ARBER. See Thermo King Unit and Engine Label for ARBER. If the engine has no label, consult your TRU owner manual or TRU dealership.|
|TRU Engine Power Rating||The power rating that is shown on the TRU engine emissions label. Click on the drop-down menu and select either "under 25 hp (under 19 kW)" or "over 25 hp (over 19 kW)".||See Carrier Unit & Engine Label for ARBER. See Thermo King Unit and Engine Label for ARBER.|
|Original TRU Engine||ARBER defaults to this option.|
|Replacement Engine, New||Click this button if the original engine was replaced with a new replacement engine. Note: Replacing the engine is NOT an compliance option for existing 2008 and newer engines. See Advisory 13-18 .|
|Replacement Engine Tier||Required of all new
replacement engines. Click on the drop-down box
and select the appropriate tier. New
replacement engines must have a label that describes the emission
standards that the engine was manufactured to. Note:
Replacing the engine is NOT an compliance option for existing
2008 and newer engines.
Click here to download the PDF version of the table.
for sample labels for each tier.
Label for Kubota Replacement Tier 4i.
Label for Yanmar Replacement Tier 4i.
|Installation Date of Replacement Engine||Required field if replacement engine is selected. Provide the date that the replacement engine was installed.|
|Verified Diesel Emissions Control Strategy (VDECS)|
|Verified Diesel Emissions Control Strategy (VDECS)||Click this button if the engine was retrofit with a VDECS. The TRU website lists VDECS that meet Level 2 and Level 3 for the TRU application at http://www.arb.ca.gov/diesel/tru/tru.htm.||VDECS listed on TRU website: http://www.arb.ca.gov/diesel/tru/tru.htm
|VDECS Manufacturer Name||Required if VDECS is clicked. Using the drop-down menu choose the name of the manufacturer of the VDECS you have installed on your engine that appears on the VDECS label.||Options: HUSS, Proventia, Rypos, Carrier EES|
|VDECS Family Name||Required if
VDECS is clicked. Using the
drop-down menu choose the family name that appears on
the VDECS label. Family names coincide with
names, therefore if
you select a family name that does not match with the manufacturer you
receive an error message.
CA/PEC/2008/PM2+/N00/OF/FTF01 (Level 2)
CA/RYP/2009/PM2+/N00/OF/DPF01 (Level 2)
CA/RYP/2011/PM3+/N00/TR/DPF01 (Level 3)
HUSS Umweltechnik FS-MK:
CA/HUS/2010/PM3+/N00/OF/DPF01 (Level 3)
CA/HUS/2011/PM3+/N00/OF/DPF01 (Level 3)
CA/CAR/2013/PM3+/N00/TR/DPF01 (Level 3)
|VDECS Serial Number||Required
if VDECS is clicked. Type in the
VDECS serial number that appears on the VDECS label.
Listed below are known serial number formats where A/N represents alpha-numeric; N for numeric; M for month of manufacture; Y for year of manufacture; and P, T, and U are stationary letters.
Proventia: MMYYA/NPNNNNN (Level 2)
Rypos: TNNNN (Level 2) UNNNN (Level 3)
Huss: TRU-NNNN (Level 3)
Carrier EES: NNNNNN (Level 3)
|VDECS Manufacture Date||Required if VDECS is clicked. Type in the VDECS manufacture date using a month-year format: MM-YY that appears on the VDECS label.|
|VDECS Installation Date||Required if VDECS is clicked. Enter the date the VDECS was installed in MM/DD/YYYY format.|
|Alternative Technology||Click this button if your TRU uses an Alternative Technology to comply. Then, select the button indicating the type of Alternative Technology (one type must be selected: electric standby, cryogenic temperature control).|
|Electric Standby||Electric standby may be used to comply with ULETRU if diesel particulate matter emissions are eliminated at all facilities (with limited exceptions) and electronic tracking system (ETS) records are kept to demonstrate compliance.||See TRU Regulatory Guidance : “Electric Standby and Hybrid Electric Systems” for more details.|
|ETS Supplier||Click on the drop-down to choose the ETS Supplier.||See ETS Supplier List for more details.|
|Cryogenic Refrigeration Systems||Cryogenic refrigeration systems are exempt from the TRU ATCM if there is no internal combustion engine used to power the refrigeration system. Hybrid cryogenic refrigeration systems that include an internal combustion engine may be used to comply with ULETRU if diesel particulate matter emissions are eliminated at all facilities (with limited exceptions) and ETS records are kept to demonstrate compliance.||See TRU Advisory 08-13: “Use of Hybrid Cryogenic Refrigeration Systems” for more details|
|Alternative Fuel, CNG||Click this button if the engine is fueled by compressed natural gas.|
|Alternative Fuel, LNG||Click this button if the engine is fueled by liquefied natural gas.|
|Date Alternative Technology was Employed||Enter the date that you began using the Alternative Technology in a way that qualifies for compliance (e.g. using it in a way that eliminates the diesel engine operation or emissions at all facilities)."|
|Installer Name and Contact Information||Required if VDECS or replacement engine is clicked. Provide the name of the company that installed the VDECS or replacement engine. Also provide the complete address and telephone number of the installer in the spaces below the name.|