Autel TPMS TS601

Autel TPMS TS601 Diagnostic and Service Tool MaxiTPMS TS601

Autel TPMS TS601 One year free update on the internet via USB port.

Incredibly easy to use with intuitive navigation and step-by-step on-screen instructions
On-screen code definitionsTop 7 Reasons To Get MaxiTPMS TS601Autel TPMS Diagnostic Tool And Code reader

1. One year free update on the internet via USB port. After one year. update fees is 200USD
2. Automatic power-off to preserve battery life

3. Ergonomic design features strong housing and protective rubber boot

4. On-screen code definitions
5. Incredibly easy to use with intuitive navigation and step-by-step on-screen instructions
6. Proper LF signal to prevent being fooled by other RF signals
7. Built-in rechargeable Li-polymer battery

Notice: Only English Supported

Features:
Activates ALL magnetic, frequency and tire deflation triggered sensors using 125KHz continuous or modulated wave signals
Receives both 315MHz and 433MHz signals
Reads / writes sensor ID from vehicle ECU
Reads / clears codes of TPMS system and resets malfunction indicator light
Reads activated sensor data including sensor ID, tire pressure, temperature, battery condition, OE part number, relearn information
Reads, records and playbacks TPMS live data, including tire pressure, signal status, temperature, battery status, etc.
Retrieves TPMS ECU information
Performs actuation tests and special functions
Programs vehicle ECU to learn sensor IDs and positions
Capable of programming single tires for Chrysler, Renault, and Citroen
Checks Remote Keyless Entry (Key FOB) for transmissions
Graphs vehicle with 4 or 5 wheels to simplify the diagnostic process
Pre-selection process offers faster activation and diagnostics
Provides visual and audible responses to confirm sensors are working properly

 

Specifications:
Display TFT color display (320 x 240 dpi)
Power 3.7V Li-polymer battery
Operating Temperature 0 to 50°C (32 to 122 °F)
Storage Temperature -20 to 70°C (-4 to 158 °F)
Package List:
1 x TS601 main unit
1x Carry case
1x SD Card
1x CD
1x Charger
1x Magnet
1x OBDII Cable
1x User Manual

1x USB Cable

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