There comes a time in every car’s life that it has to experience the dirty word of car check-ups, the diagnostic. A diagnostics test can be costly to perform, but many times it’s the only sure way to determine what is actually wrong with the vehicle. To do a diagnostics test, your vehicle is usually Autel MaxiCOM MK908P hooked on it up to and including giant machine and it figures out through a series of test what is wrong, or right, with the car.
Thankfully, in the modern modern age of technology, the diagnostics tools have gone from huge computers to small instant devices that can stick to the actual controls of the car it is testing. This is where the Autel Scanner comes in. This small diagnostic scan tool has become essential in many shops seeking to save space.
A few of the improved features of the Autel Scanner diagnostic protection is the ability to successfully diagnose over 30 different makes of vehicle, both domestic and foreign — including Asian models as well. It makes a full pass of all the vehicle’s electronic systems. The new Autel uses new and improved Windows CE os’s to keep the speed of the scan at top gear at all times.
This work shop equipment comes equipped with USB ports in order to connect to the technology of any vehicle, and also takes a look at built-in Wi-Fi in order to connect to the shop’s computers without a bunch of troublesome and in the way electric to and from the machine.
The results of a car diagnostic will often have informative stock chart and data that need to be seen and printed out. Thanks to the Autel Scanner ‘s 7 inch screen and 480 pixel LCD screen, the stock chart are readable to the technician and they can be sent via Wi-Fi to the shop’s printer for immediate no-hassle printing anywhere in the shop.
Two dangers that have, until recently, existed for the technician during a diagnostic quiz are that the car may excess the appliance, or vice-versa, and, the diagnostic device may be damaged by the tech. In the new diagnostic scan tools, it’s been thought of by incorporating an over-voltage protection. This kill switch keeps the appliance and car from taking any electrical damage.
As well as this, to prevent any damage to the device through dog sheds or accidents, the new Autel is designed to be shop-tough. It has a unique ergonomic desk design that sports multilayered rubber protection and an extra strong housing to protect it from user damage.
The opposite great feature that makes the Autel Scanner a step above the old, and even some of the new, is its new memory capabilities. The new DS708 can remember the past vehicles it has already scanned to determine if any new problems have occurred since the last diagnostic.
The new diagnostic runs tools hitting the market will only become more affordable, quicker to use, safer, and more accurate than ever before. Passing on the new Autel Scanner may be one of your shop’s biggest mistakes.