Bartec Announces Its Newest TPMS Innovation

Bartec Announces Its Newest TPMS Innovation

At this year's SEMA and AAPEX shows, Bartec is announcing the Tech200Pro. The tool integrates TPMS sensor testing and activation, with tread depth measurement and tire pressure checking.

Bartec USA announces the expansion of its range of aftermarket service products.

At this year’s SEMA and AAPEX shows, Bartec is announcing the Tech200Pro. The tool integrates TPMS sensor testing and activation, with tread depth measurement, and tire pressure checking.

The Tech200Pro is a stand-alone device to be used for “Test-Before-You-Touch” challenges. The Tech200Pro comes with a wall-mounted inductive charger and quick-connect air fitting, and operates without the need any other devices.

According to Bartec, the Tech200Pro has full TPMS sensor capability, which allows the user to test sensor function, status, fitment and pressure. Tread depth measuring is accurate at ±.1mm, and can measure tread up to 22mm (almost 7/8”).

The Tech200Pro’s menu prompts the user to measure tread in three places, thereby showing a “profile” as well as the remaining tread. The Tech200Pro also has a detachable “air hose/chuck” to measure “stick” pressure in the event the vehicle does not have TPMS, the TPMS sensor is not functioning or the TPMS is an indirect type. Once the data for the entire vehicle is collected, the Tech200Pro then sends the information via wireless Bluetooth to a PC or work station.

The Tech200Pro will be demonstrated live at Bartec booths at SEMA #40047 and AAPEX #1073.

Visit or call 855-877-9732 for additional information.

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