This scanner is the first wireless automotive fault diagnostic scanner, it can be installed on most equipments that have Windows operating system, and it enormously enhances the compatibility between automobile examination and other automobile maintenance equipments. At the same time, using the wireless technology, the technician in his own office can examine the broke-down vehicle parked in the repair shop directly; and it solves the problem caused by space and distance effectively. This scanner depends on its formidable function and practical technology obtains many attentions and praises from home and other foreign countries.
• Chipset: ATMEL Chip
• Operating system: Windows
• Dimension of COMBOX: 12*8*2.5CM
• Dimension of RF box: 6*5*2.5CM
• Testing port 1: Bluetooth wireless
• Testing port 2: diagnostic cable
• Power supply of COMBOX: +12
• Power supply of RF box: USB
• Mainboard: Anti-electromagnetism industrial control mainboard
• Communication mode: COM port and Bluetooth wireless
• Easy to use, compact size, excellent performance, quick response
• Using Bluetooth wireless technology and based on windows operating system
• Has a full-range coverage of vehicle types such as Mercedes Benz, BMW, VW/AUDI, Seat,
• Skoda,Landrover, Citroen, Renault, Fiat, Volvo, Peugeot, Opel, Chrysler, Ford, GM, Obdii/Eobdii
• an/OBD injection system, Toyota/Lexus, Honda, Mitsubishi, Nissan, Mazda, Suzuki, Daihatsu,
• Hyundai, Daewoo and Kia
• Equipped with CAN adapter to test auto model with CANBUS
• Display data stream in waveform
• Perform functions like reading DTC code, erasing DTC code, reading data stream tests on
• Engines, AT, ABS, Airbags.
• Internet online update, users can update software for individual vehicle models of their own choice via
• Maintenance records management
• Standard UBS port.
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Car Brain Scanner
A "car brain diagnose tool" usually refers to an automotive diagnostic tool or scanner, which is used to diagnose and troubleshoot issues with a vehicle's onboard computer system. These tools are essential for modern vehicle maintenance and repair and are commonly used by mechanics, auto technicians, and car enthusiasts. Here's an overview of what car diagnostic tools are and how they work:
OBD (On-Board Diagnostics) Systems: Most modern cars are equipped with an OBD system, which continuously monitors various aspects of the vehicle's performance. When a problem is detected, it generates error codes that can be read and interpreted using a diagnostic tool.
Types of Diagnostic Tools:
OBD-II Scanners: OBD-II is the standard for automotive diagnostics in most vehicles manufactured after 1996. OBD-II scanners can read and clear diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs), providing information about engine, transmission, and other system issues.
Manufacturer-Specific Scanners: Some car manufacturers have their own proprietary diagnostic systems. Mechanics and repair shops often use specialized diagnostic tools for specific car brands.
Code Reading: These tools can read DTCs and provide descriptions of the issues detected in the vehicle's systems.
Live Data Streaming: Many diagnostic tools allow real-time monitoring of various vehicle parameters, such as engine RPM, coolant temperature, and sensor readings.
Resetting and Clearing Codes: They can clear DTCs and reset warning lights after a problem has been fixed.
Advanced Diagnostics: Some high-end diagnostic tools can perform more advanced functions like programming control modules or configuring vehicle settings.
Wired: Many diagnostic tools connect to the OBD port in the vehicle using a cable.
Wireless: Some newer tools connect wirelessly via Bluetooth or Wi-Fi, allowing users to diagnose the vehicle with a smartphone or tablet.
Compatibility: Ensure that the diagnostic tool is compatible with your specific vehicle make and model. Universal OBD-II scanners work with most cars, but manufacturer-specific tools are designed for particular brands.
Professional vs. Consumer Tools: Professional-grade tools are often more expensive and offer advanced features. Consumer-grade tools are simpler to use and more budget-friendly.
Quick and accurate diagnosis of vehicle issues.
Cost-effective by identifying problems before they become major repairs.
Can help with maintenance and optimizing vehicle performance.
Allows for DIY repairs or provides valuable information when consulting a mechanic.
When using a car diagnostic tool, it's essential to follow the instructions provided with the tool and, if necessary, consult with a professional mechanic or technician to interpret and address the diagnostic trouble codes properly. These tools can be a valuable resource for maintaining and repairing vehicles.