TPMS manufacturer Huf Group recently announced a Huf-branded VT56 tool powered by ATEQ. The two companies worked together to design this updatable diagnostic tool.
Huf VT56 features a simple interface on a full 4.3-inch high-resolution color screen with icon-driven intuitive learning, the company said. It is the first handheld tool with an available docking-station and wireless printer, and the ergonomic keypad provides an easy sensor triggering and programming experience, Huf noted. It also features a barcode scanner for vehicle identification.
The Huf VT56 can activate and decode all major TPMS universal sensors, store sensor data, display data and identify sensor faults. The included OBDII connector allows users to transfer the information to the vehicle to reset the ECU when a sensor is replaced or wheel position is changed, the company said.
Huf VT56 is available with just the tool and OBDII connector or in the full kit with tool, OBDII connector, docking station, and thermal printer, the company said. Purchases of the Huf VT56 made between now and Nov. 7 come with three years of free updates.