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Ateq Adds IntelliSens TPMS Sensor to Software

Posted on October 4, 2018

Ateq TPMS Tools LC has added the IntelliSens Universal sensor to its tire pressure management system tool software.

The company says users can program sensors of both 315 and 433 frequencies and reduce inventory. Using an Ateq TPMS tool, users can read, create and clone the new programmable and configurable sensor quickly and easily.

The part numbers are:

  • UVS3040
  • UVS3041
  • UVS4040
  • UVS4041

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Related Topics: Ateq TPMS Tools, diagnostic tools, tire service equipment, TPMS

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