LIVONIA, Mich. ATEQ has announced it will be presenting the new VT56 OBDII at the Reifen Trade Show in Messe-Essen, Germany.
The 28th International Trade Fair at Reifen is from May 27th to May 30th in Messe-Essen, Germany. The world’s leading tire industry trade fair is the top meeting place where exhibitors get a chance to display new products and the latest in tire technology. Six-hundred exhibitors are committed to the show and more than 19,000 visitors from throughout the world are expected to attend. ATEQ will be presenting the new VT56 OBDII TPMS Diagnostic Tool in Hall 1, Booth C42.
The ATEQ VT56 is the first TPMS tool to offer a powerful and unique new TPMS relearn experience, according to the company. It’s the fastest and most advanced ATEQ TPMS tool yet, and is designed to continuously adapt to a technician’s needs, ATEQ says.
The ATEQ VT56 features an ergonomic keypad and provides a modern and easy sensor triggering and programming experience. It also features a high-resolution 4.3-inch color display. Additionally, it gives technicians a faster and smarter experience that continuously adapts to their needs with advancements such as:
Icon-based navigation makes it easy to scroll through the multiple menus and features provided in our tool. You can easily navigate to a vehicle’s dedicated menu then instantly go back to the general menu.
New eight soft button keypad allows you to navigate the menus faster and more accurately.
Help and Training menus so you can always have the latest information when you need it the most, minimizing downtime.
The VIN barcode reader makes entering VIN numbers easier. The integrated reader is a work-saving feature that automatically captures the VIN number of the vehicle and decodes it for fast vehicle identification.
ATEQ improved OBDII transfer technology that increases the vehicle coverage for both domestic and import.
The VT56 will be the first ATEQ TPMS tool to print wirelessly with an optional docking station integrated printer. You will no longer require a computer to print detailed TPMS information for your customer.
Watch the YouTube video demonstrating this.