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THE LAT­EST XTOOL from Au­toe­quip Aus­tralia is said to of­fer a new style of di­ag­nos­tics based on an An­droid sys­tem and in­ter­net ap­pli­ca­tion.

Au­toe­quip’s new PS90 UDS is a high-end diagnostic tool which, it says, com­bines the com­pany’s vast ve­hi­cle cov­er­age with strong diagnostic func­tions, nu­mer­ous spe­cial func­tions with a mod­ern high-qual­ity tablet in­cor­po­rat­ing high con­fig­u­ra­tion of hard­ware, su­per-fast run­ning speed, small size, light weight and easy to carry.

The ca­pac­i­tive screen has a multi touch dis­play with IPS tech­nol­ogy and Blue­tooth wire­less di­ag­no­sis sup­ported by Wi-Fi net­work.

The PS90 uses the ap­pli­ca­tion ad­van­tages of the in­ter­net, al­low­ing shar­ing of in­ter­net data, pic­ture and video, and search­ing for rel­e­vant so­lu­tions and ex­pe­ri­ence on­line.

It comes with pre-in­stalled diagnostic soft­ware for all mod­els, al­low­ing users to im­me­di­ately com­mence us­ing the tool.

A range of con­nec­tors comes with the unit which, Au­toe­quip says, of­fers Blue­tooth con­nec­tion to the widest range of ve­hi­cles.

The PS90 diagnostic tool is re­ported to also have the abil­ity to carry out a large num­ber of ad­di­tional func­tions on ve­hi­cles with DPF on com­mon-rail diesel, cylin­der iso­la­tion and in­jec­tor pro­gram­ming, key pro­gram­ming, odome­ter correction, head­light ad­just­ment, ser­vice re­set, throt­tle body re­learn, PBS, ABS and other spe­cial func­tions on many ve­hi­cles.

The built-in recharge­able lithium-ion bat­tery is claimed to al­low for con­tin­u­ous use for up to eight hours in op­er­a­tion and con­nects di­rectly to the ve­hi­cle to op­er­ate in the event the bat­tery runs low dur­ing use. It comes with a 9.7-inch touch­screen LED dis­play with 1024x768P res­o­lu­tion. Tech­ni­cal specifications show an An­droid op­er­at­ing sys­tem 4.4.4, mem­ory 2GM RAM and 32GB flash, grav­ity and light sen­sors plus rear cam­era.

The PS90 UDS is aimed at work­shops ser­vic­ing both com­mer­cial ve­hi­cles and cars.

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