Bartec To Demonstrate RITE-SENSOR At SEMA

Bartec To Demonstrate RITE-SENSOR At SEMA

According to Bartec CEO Scot Holloway, "At our SEMA booth, we will feature a complete, on vehicle demonstration of RITE-SENSOR usage. Our customers will be very interested in our process-driven approach and what we've created to make sensor programming easy and fast."

Bartec USA announces its participation in its 14th industry week. Bartec USA will have booths at both shows, AAPEX (No. 853) and SEMA ( No. 40123).

Both displays will feature RITE-SENSOR, Bartec’s programmable, single part, multi-frequency, replacement TPMS Sensor. According to Bartec CEO Scot Holloway, “At our SEMA booth, we will feature a complete, on vehicle demonstration of RITE-SENSOR usage. Our customers will be very interested in our process-driven approach and what we’ve created to make sensor programming easy and fast.” 

Bartec will have a vehicle in its SEMA booth so customers can see for themselves just how easy, fast and accurate, Bartec tools are to use. Bartec has leveraged its OE manufacturing roots to develop a tool and sensor solution for the automotive aftermarket. “Bartec USA is now your ONE-STOP-SHOP for TPMS,” according to Mike Rose, senior product manager for Bartec.

Once again, Bartec USA and TCS have joined forces to demonstrate how the Tech200Pro integrates to the TCS Inspect Software. Interested customers will be able to inspect the vehicle, and see the output in both company’s booths. Using the Tech200Pro with TCS Inspect, the user can easily set up the tool using stored information in the application, measure tire pressure, remaining tread depth, and test the TPMS Sensors. Then using wireless Bluetooth, send the data to the tablet. Now the technician can provide the complete report regarding tire wear and condition.

Also at this year’s show, Bartec USA will feature various booth giveaways, product information and a daily drawing for a sleeve of RITE-SENSORS. 

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