Launch X631 Wheel Alignerby Lisa Mu
Launch X631 Wheel Aligner is the wheel alignment system for passenger cars and light trucks up to 6m wheel base measurement. Recommended Features
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Review on Launch X631 Wheel AlignerLaunch X631 Wheel Aligner Description:
Launch X631 Wheel Aligner is the wheel alignment system for passenger cars and light trucks up to 6m wheel base measurement.
Wheel Alignment measurement is done with 8 CCD Cameras, 4 camber inclinometer, 4 KPI inclinometer and fast 433 MHz radio data transfer between sensor heads and cabinet. The 20 degree CCD camera technology allows precise wireless measurement.
The robust aluminum casting frame guarantees precise measurement for a long time. The batteries are capable of working for one day without recharging.
The software, a complete bundle of program and target data, is easy to use and contains nearly all kinds of cars worldwide.
The Launch Model X-631 is easy to use; the first plug and play aligner sold in the US. Your shop does not have to consider adding new personnel just to operate our aligner.
Any good technician can quickly learn and become proficient with the X-631. The program offers two skill levels, learner and expert. Once your technician has learned the system, he will simply switch to the expert program and reduce the alignment process time.
If the shop is looking to update alignment equipment, you will find the X-631 simple to use, yet highly accurate.
Advantages of Launch X631 Wheel Aligner
This makes the Launch X631 Wheel Aligner wheel aligner one of the best products worldwide.
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