New func­tions for Launch Pad II

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Af­ter the suc­cess­ful mar­ket re­lease of the Launch X431 Pad II and the 24V truck pack­age. Launch has added var­i­ous new func­tions free for all ex­ist­ing and new Launch Pad II users.

Launch has now in­cluded the fol­low­ing au­to­matic re­set func­tions on the Pad II: ser­vice re­set, brake pad rese, steer­ing An­gle Re­set, DPF burnoff re­set. •Throt­tle Re­learn Re­set, bat­tery Re­set, brake bleed­ing.

These func­tions al­low you to au­to­mat­i­cally carry out com­mon ser­vice func­tions with­out the time- con­sum­ing and some­times hard-tofind func­tions in the man­u­fac­turer’s soft­ware, and this will save you time and money.

Launch has now added Audi /VW/ Skoda chan­nel codes, and wide cov­er­age of ser­vice pro­ce­dures such as throt­tle re­learn, and airbag mod­ule re­place­ment. In­cluded is a huge data­base of model spe­cific in­for­ma­tion.

To­day the automotive af­ter­mar­ket has to com­pete with the OEM on-board telem­at­ics sys­tems that per­mit re­mote di­ag­nos­tics and pro­vide “ve­hi­cle health re­ports.”

There are many sys­tems un­der de­vel­op­ment, and one of the first to come to mar­ket is Launch‘s Golo, which fea­tures a real-time re­mote di­ag­nos­tic de­vice that con­nects to the OBD II con­nec­tor on the cus­tomer’s car.

The de­vice, which in­cludes both generic and OE-en­hanced OBD, transmits data via Blue­tooth to the driver’s An­droid or Ap­ple Smart­phone, and the in­for­ma­tion goes over the cell net­work to the newly-in­tro­duced Launch Pad II.

How will Golo be mar­keted? There are sev­eral pos­si­ble ap­pli­ca­tions. One is when a Check En­gine light comes on, the Launch Golo alerts the shop via the driver’s Smart­phone, pro­vid­ing a ve­hi­cle health re­port with live data.

If re­quired, the sys­tem en­ables the shop to re­motely turn off the Check En­gine light and clear codes. Or, with a con­tin­u­ous con­nec­tion, the shop can alert cus­tomers to ur­gent pre­ven­tive main­te­nance, in­di­cate needs for re­pair, or ser­vice.

The idea is to give the in­de­pen­dent automotive work­shop – from a re­mote di­ag­nos­tic/ser­vice per­spec­tive – an OnS­tar-like con­nec­tion to its cus­tomers.

Launch’s Golo NZ ver­sion will be avail­able soon. Up­grade your scan­ning ca­pa­bil­i­ties with the amaz­ing X431 Pad II, and be one of the first in the coun­try to also of­fer your cus­tomers the ul­ti­mate peace of mind!

With the Golo your cus­tomers are con­nected to your work­shop and of­fer a level of cus­tomer ser­vice which will be hard to beat.

Warn­ing: Do not buy cheap copy or fake launch scan­ners online, The Pad II and the Golo sys­tem will only work with our NZ gen­uine Launch­com­pat­i­ble equip­ment.

LaunchTech has a spe­cial of­fer on both the top-of-the-line Launch X431 Pad II and the Launch X431 Pro 3! You now have no ex­cuse to not up­grade that old Launch, or other old type scan­ner that sits in your of­fice and gath­ers dust.

LaunchTech’s new gen­uine Launch scan­ners now pro­vide up to 98 per­cent cov­er­age from early 1990s to the latest ve­hi­cles. The An­droid X431 Pro (RRP $3,900 plus GST) en­try level scan­ner for $2,500 plus GST. We also have the Launch X431 Pro 3 An­droid scan­ner (RRP $4,900 plus GST) which is on sale for $3,500 plus GST, while the topof-the-range X431 Pad II (RRP $6,500 plus GST) is $4,900 plus GST when you trade-in your old scan tool.

All Launch scan­ners are guar­an­teed gen­uine for the NZ and Aus­tralia mar­ket and come with 80 makes cov­er­age, guar­an­teed to cover more man­u­fac­tur­ers and mod­els than any other scan­ner on the mar­ket. Full tech sup­port is avail­able for all gen­uine Launch scan­ners.

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