ATEQ Introduces VT36 TPMS Sensor Activation And Programming Tool

ATEQ Introduces VT36 TPMS Sensor Activation And Programming Tool

With the VT36, a service manager or technician can quickly diagnose a vehicle's TPMS sensors in the parking lot before entering it into the service bay.

ateq-vt36-tool-imageATEQ introduces the VT36 TPMS sensor activation and programming tool.

The ATEQ VT36 allows service providers to:
• Activate and display all sensor data in seconds: ID, tire pressure, tire temperature and battery status, etc.;
• Program all leading universal aftermarket sensors;
• Select vehicles by Make Model Year look-up
• Search TPM sensor replacement part numbers.

Additional features include:
• Easy-to-read display, with adjustable backlight;
• User-friendly navigation and command buttons;
• Frequent database updates via PC desktop software
• Interface in 19 languages.

Designed for tough service station environments, the ATEQ VT36 is affordable, making the tool accessible for shops, enabling them to reset 100% of Direct Type Non-OBD II relearned vehicles.

With the VT36, a service manager or technician can quickly diagnose a vehicle’s TPMS sensors in the parking lot before entering it into the service bay. All sensor data is displayed in seconds: ID, battery status, tire temperature and pressure. If a sensor replacement is needed, the VT36 contains part number lookup, covering both OE and aftermarket sensors, and provides steps on how to choose and program the right replacement among the leading aftermarket sensors.

Building on the success of the VT30, the novelties of the VT36 include a robust operating platform, grip-friendly design, a durable rechargeable lithium-polymer battery and the ability to program universal sensors.

“ATEQ is committed to helping technicians service vehicle TPMS systems across all makes and all models 100% of the time,” Brandon Montney, TPMS sales manager, said. “Our universal tool designs have intuitive functions that provide service bay operators with tools capable of reading, cloning, programming, activating, etc. – a myriad of sensors brands across the board.”

“Our on-going collaboration with OEMs and aftermarket sensors manufacturers support new windows of opportunity in the realms of safety, serviceability and ease of use when working with TPMS,” Montney continued.

The VT36 activates and reads TPM sensors on 100% of all light vehicle brands globally. Thanks to monthly updates, it is always up to date with new TPMS sensors and vehicles introduced each year.

Find out more about the VT36 here:

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