Bartec Updates TPMS Tool Software

Posted on February 9, 2017

Bartec USA LLC has updated its tire pressure monitoring systems (TPMS) tool software. Release 55 can be downloaded to any Bartec tool.

The company says the new features depend on the Bartec tool, but they're defined in the software release bulletins found by clicking the tech support icon found in TPMS Desktop.

“Bartec continues to lead the industry with cool new features,” says CEO Scot Holloway. “For example if you own a Tech400Pro and have it connected to the internet, this latest release will automatically download. How cool is that, not having to log in or connect to a PC, but rather have it happen on its own?”

In addition to more OBD relearns, Release 55 adds more programmable sensor coverage, model year 2017 vehicles, and more placard adjusting coverage.

Available to current subscribers at,

For more information about Bartec, visit

Related Topics: Bartec USA, Scot Holloway, TPMS, TPMS tools

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