1)Screen:2.8″ TFT, 320*240 LCD display
2)Input voltage range:9-18V
3)Operating current:[email protected](Typical)
5)Operating temperature:32°F-122°F/0°C -55°C
6)Storage temperature:-4°F-158°F/-20°C -70°C
Topdon Ultrascan OBDCAN Elite ABS/SRS CAN OBD2 Scanner OBDII Scanner Auto Diagnostic
Scanner for Reading and Clearing Vehicle Trouble Codes
Diagnoses ABS/ SRS system codes on most 1996 and newer major vehicle models.
Multilingual menu and DTC definitions English, Spanish and French.
Retrieves generic (P0, P2, P3 and U0), manufacturer specific (P1, P3 and U1) codes and pending codes.
Turns off Malfunction Indicator Light (MIL) and ABS/SRS warning lights, clears codes and resets monitors.
Reads, stores and playbacks live PCM datastream and live sensor data.
Enhanced OBD2 mode 6
Read data stream
Turn off MIL&reset monitors
View freeze frame data
I/M readiness monitor status
Display O2 sensor test data
Read vehicle information
Test data review
Read/Clear DTCs in ABS
Read/Clear DTCs in SRS
Support multilinguil user interface
ABS -“Anti-lock Braking System” in most vehicles is made up of an electronic hydraulic pump of two, three or most commonly four Wheel Speed Sensors (WSS), a G-force sensor, a Vehicle Speed Sensor and an ABS Control Module (EBCM). The EBCM is constantly monitoring the WSS, the Vehicle Speed Sensor, and the G-sensor.
Diagnosing an ABS problem should always start with a visual inspection of all brake components, then you will need to retrieve ABS DTCs to tell you where the problem is.
SRS – “Supplemental Restraint System” is made up of Impact Sensors, a Control Module, and Airbags. When the impact sensors detect a collision they send an extremely fast signal to the control module, which relays that signal to the airbags, deploying them to help prevent vehicle occupants from hitting interior objects such as steering wheels, dashboards, and the like. When the control module detects a problem with the airbags or sensors the Malfunction Indicator Light (MIL) will turn on.
The ABS/SRS diagnostic function is used to retrieve and clear codes from the vehicle’s ABS/SRS systems. It also provides the definition of each code to help diagnose problem areas within the systems that may cause the Malfunction Indicator Light (MIL) to turn on.
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