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AXONE 4 is unrivalled on the market in terms of performance, technology and construction quality. It’s able to operate in any environment and in any conditions, both inside and outside the workshop. It is incredibly sturdy, being able to withstand knocks, falls, mud, dust and liquids, and is compliant with military standard MIL STD 810F.
AXONE 4 communicates with all TEXA diagnostic interfaces via Bluetooth, while the Internet connection allows quick access to a range of essential services that help immediately identify the right solution for the fault, ensuring flawless vehicle repairs. It can also connect to the workshop’s network over a Wi-Fi link to download the latest database updates, or use a smartphone as a hotspot to connect to the Internet when away from the workshop.
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The AXONE S TPS is the utility for the modern tyre fitter, who needs a tool capable of performing operations connected with the TPMS system (which becomes obligatory from November 2014), including the programming of valve sensors and control units.
Navigator nano S is a latest generation vehicle interface from TEXA that lets you run all kinds of diagnostics on cars, light commercials, motorcycles, scooters, quads and jetskis.
Every aspect of the Navigator nano S has been carefully designed and developed to fully satisfy the needs of the modern garage and to allow mechanics to complete all diagnostic tests quickly and easily.
This compact, lightweight and ergonomic interface is designed to function simply and automatically with TEXA’s latest generation display units like the AXONE 4, AXONE 4 Mini and MULTI PEGASO.
European legislation requires that from 1st November 2014, all vehicles destined for the transport of passengers must be equipped as standard with TPMS (Tyre Pressure Monitoring System).
With a few rare exceptions, tyre pressure is monitored by sensors fitted to the tyre inflation valves. Each sensor can measure tyre pressure, temperature and movement. The sensors are powered by a small lithium battery and dialogue with the control unit over a radio link.
Working with TPMS systems can be particularly challenging because there is not yet any standard governing their form, positioning and radio frequency. A technically evolved tool is therefore essential to tackle TPMS maintenance work effectively.
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