Bartec Releases Latest Software Update

Bartec Releases Latest Software Update

In addition to more OBD relearns, Release 54 adds more programmable sensor coverage, an improved battery meter icon and fills in any missing model-year 2016 application coverage.

bartec711Bartec USA, a North American provider of TPMS diagnostic tools and solutions, has announced the release of its latest tool software update.

Available to current subscribers at tools.bartecusa.com, Release 54 can now be downloaded to users’ respective Bartec TPMS Tool.

According to Bartec, this newest version of software is packed with features and coverages some of which depend on which Bartec tool you have. Features are clearly defined in the software release bulletins found by clicking the “Tech Support” icon found in TPMS Desktop.

“Bartec continues to lead the industry in the number of vehicles our tools can relearn through the OBD II port,” said CEO Scot Holloway. “Our goal is to add bonus OBD coverage to every software release.”

Bonus OBD coverage is defined as any stationary or auto-relearn that has been converted to an OBD relearn. “We continue on our quest toward having all TPMS relearns occur via the OBDII connection,” continued Holloway.

In addition to more OBD relearns, Release 54 adds more programmable sensor coverage, an improved battery meter icon and fills in any missing model-year 2016 application coverage. Rounding out the new features of this software release are improvements to Wi-Fi updating and additional mode changing on OE sensors.

For a complete breakdown and explanation of all new features included in software Release 54 and which tools they apply to, simply click on the Tech Support icon in the TPMS desktop and click on TSBs. There, users will find the software release bulletins as well as other TPMS support information.

Visit bartecusa.com or call the Bartec sales office toll free at 855-877-9732 for additional information.

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