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ATEQ's VT55 OBDII TPMS decoder / activator
The best way to turn the tire warning light OFF!
In addition to US manufactured vehicles, the ATEQ VT55 OBDII reprograms Asian and European vehicles including Toyota, Honda, Nissan, Hyundai, Kia, Subaru etc, which do not feature a TPMS "learn mode".
For the vehicles requiring an OBDII relearn, ATEQ's VT55 OBDII includes a universal OBD connector which interfaces with the vehicle's ECU via CANbus or K-line. Technicians only have to select the make of the vehicle, trigger the tire sensors and transfer the IDs.
It is that easy and fast to accurately activate and decode TPMS sensors and display the data or any faults. Training is nearly nonexistent as the whole process is displayed on-screen. Even the newest recruted technician can use the VT55 OBDII.
The VT55 is a continuously evolving tool thanks to software updates adding functionality, features and user-friendliness while keeping the same hardware. No need to buy a new tool because there are new sensors on the market or new features available.
- Power Supply: Powered with Li-Ion rechargeable batteries with charger - low battery status.
- Displays: Depending on the information transmitted by the sensor, the VT30 will display sensor ID, pressure, battery state, temperature and accelerometer information.
- Indicators: LEDs: low battery, transmision, PASS and FAIL. Buzzer.
- Radio reception: 2 frequencies 315 MHz and 433.92 MHz. The VT55 can also test a RF Remote Keyless Entry system.
- Weight: 250 g (8.82 onces)
- Size HxWxD: 150 (5.91")x 80 (3.15")x 25 (0.98")
- Connectivity: USB port with included USB cable, PC driver and software.
- New sensor upgrades: Free for one year.
How to use the ATEQ TPMS VT55 trigger tool:
- Install desktop software from CD provided with your ATEQ VT55 TPMS trigger tool.
- Update the firmware in the tool to the latest version.
- Power up the tool and connect the OBDII module to the ATEQ VT55.
- Select the car manufacturer (Vehicle selection).
- Follow the prompts on the screen and scan the valves in order.
- If the car accept OBDII upgrades, follow the prompts on the screen and transfer the valve IDs to the car.
How to test a remote control:
- Power up the tool and select RKE TEST in the main menu.
- Select the car manufacturer.
- Press the key fob and wait for the result to display on the screen.
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