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Quick sensor access with Autel MaxiTPMS

Posted on January 16, 2014

Autel Intelligent Technology Co. Ltd. says the MaxiTPMS TS401 is a new generation TPMS diagnostic and service tool with unparalleled sensor coverage and an easy-to-use interface. The tool is ergonomic and provides quick access to faulty TPMS sensors.

The tool can activate and decode all magnetic-, frequency- and tire deflation-triggered sensors on all vehicles sold worldwide, notes Autel. It receives both 315MHz and 433MHz signals and interprets data including sensor ID, tire pressure, temperature and battery condition.

The MaxiTPMS TS401 provides visual and audible responses to confirm sensors are working properly. Intuitive navigation and step-by-step on-screen instructions guide techs through procedures, and a pre-selection process offers faster activation and diagnostics. The built-in battery is lithium-ion, and an automatic power-off preserves battery life.

Autel will provide one year of free updates via USB port, and multilingual support is available. It comes with a limited one-year warranty.

For more information visit http://www.autel.us/Products/ts401.htm.

Related Topics: Autel Intelligent Technology Co. Ltd., MaxiTPMS TS401, TPMS

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