Le 13 mars 2016, 08:06 dans Humeurs • 0
The VT55 OBDII is a universal TPMS sensor activator, manufactured by ATEQ VT55 OBDII TPMS. This product reprograms vehicles from Asia or Europe that do not present a TPMS self-reprogramming software. This device is a universal OBD connector that is connected to the vehicle ECU through CANbus and K-line. In operating this VT55, the users can easily press the 'start' button after selecting the make of the vehicle.
Schrader’s EZ-Sensor is an OE-replacement TPMS sensor that can be programmed to function across diverse car makes and models. Created via an alliance between Schrader and Bartec, the programmable sensor requires only a single programming tool that most service and repair facilities already use.
The sensor also features Snap-Inschrader ez-sensor TPMS valve and programming technology to help minimize installation time. One EZ-Sensor SKU covers more than 60% of TPMS-enabled vehicles in the U. S., the maker said. The company plans to introduce one additional SKU with a goal having the two SKUs cover an estimated 90% of the market by the end of September 2011.
On top of the US manufactured vehicles, the ATEQ’s VT55 OBDII reprograms Asian or European vehicles (including Toyota, Honda, Nissan, Hyundai, Kia, Mitsubishi, etc) which do not feature a TPMS self reprogramming software. ATEQ’s VT55 OBDII kit includes a universal OBD connector which connects to the vehicle ECU via CANbus and K-line. Technicians only need to select the make of the vehicle and press the START button. It is that easy and fast to accurately activate and decode TPMS sensors and display their data or any faults they may have.