ATEQ Announces Huf 'IntelliSens' Configuring Capability

ATEQ Announces Huf ‘IntelliSens’ Configuring Capability

ATEQ Corporation announces the ability of its TPMS tools to configure the Huf IntelliSens tire pressure sensors. Huf IntelliSens universal sensors are tire pressure sensors which are capable of replacing the majority of original equipment (OE) sensors.

ATEQ Corporation announces the ability of its TPMS tools to configure the Huf IntelliSens tire pressure sensors. “Huf is an important supplier to the automotive industry for over 100 years and one of the largest suppliers of tire pressure monitoring systems (TPMS) for both OEM and aftermarket,” said Jacques Mouchet, president of ATEQ. “The capability to program Huf IntelliSens is a win-win solution for our customers and is a great example of ATEQ’s continued commitment to new innovations and being in the forefront of tire pressure monitoring system solutions.”  

 

Huf IntelliSens universal sensors are tire pressure sensors which are capable of replacing the majority of original equipment (OE) sensors. Intellisens is a configurable universal sensor which comes already with a multitude of protocols and parameters pre-installed. This makes it the quickest universal sensor to install, said the company. It helps to reduce stocking levels and variants in tire and repair shops. 

 

“TPMS is safety system designed to warn the driver in case of an under-inflation condition. In order to properly service a TPMS, advanced diagnostic tools are required,” said Eri Muca, ATEQ TPMS national sales manager territory east. “ATEQ tools are essential and a ‛must have’ for every technician. Now with the Huf configuring capability, the ATEQ brand offers more to customers.”    

   

For more information about ATEQ TPMS tools, contact Eri Muca at [email protected] or visit www.ateqtpm.com.     

 

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