TPMS Service On Your Smartphone Or Tablet Available From Huf

TPMS Service On Your Smartphone Or Tablet Available From Huf

With the use of either a smartphone (IOS or Android) or a tablet, and a wireless adapter (HC1000), the technician can easily diagnose all vehicles and program Huf Intellisens universal sensors.

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The aftermarket division of Huf North America Automotive launched its new solution for servicing TPMS during the SEMA show this year – the Huf Intellisens app.

With the use of either a smartphone (IOS or Android) or a tablet, and a wireless adapter (HC1000), the technician can easily diagnose all vehicles and program Huf Intellisens universal sensors. As a cloud-based solution, all vehicle data is always updated instantaneously, which eliminates manual software updates by the user. Relearn procedures and troubleshooting are also available without the need to go to another source.

“This solution allows the technician to have everything that is required to service TPMS,” said John Stratton, aftermarket director for Huf North America Automotive Parts Manufacturing, Corp. “As the use of smartphones and tablets are becoming more popular for technicians in their work environment, we wanted to offer them a solution to simplify the entire TPMS process from a device that is used every day.”

For more information on Huf and its products, visit www.intellisens.com.

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