BMW GT1 DIS+SSSby Kellie Deng Sales Manager
BMW gt1 1 Comprises of five system 2 With DIS+SSS for BMW 3 With T30 HDD or External HDD 4 Diagnosis and Programing Recommended Features
- 1 Comprises of five system
- 2 With DIS+SSS for BMW
- 3 With T30 HDD or External HDD
- 4 Diagnosis and Programing
Review on BMW GT1 DIS+SSSBMW GT1 DIS+SSS
Update: The current version is DIS V57, SSS V41. If you work on BMW after 2006 you can use BMW OPS (click this link). BMW GT1 along with the laptop IBM T30 are more reliable. For the latest BMW models after 2009 please choose BMW ICOM BMW ISIS ISID A+B+C.
BMW group tester one (GT1) is offered to the aftermarket in the same specification that is currently supplied to BMW franchised dealers. It is special-purpose tool of BMW Series.
Gt1 is supplied with a Pentium based laptop PC on a Windows platform connected to a high specification communications and measurement interface.
GT1 can complete coverage of ALL BMW systems, one thing that can only be done using the GT1, this function is called Electronic Control Unit (ECU) programming and configuration. Many of the original electronic systems on modern vehicles can now be re programmed using software; historically any changes to rectify software problems would involve a new ECU which would be purchased from the parts department and that is the only way that the independent market today is able to overcome these problems. The BMW GT1 system allows you re programme all BMW car ECUs to fix software or to install a blank ECU to a repaired vehicle. GT1 is the only system that allows you to do this and is absolutely essential if working on Freelander , the GT1 is also the only system that provides all diagnostics and programming for the very latest BMW launched this year.
BMW GT1 software kit comprises of five system, TIS system .DIS data system, diagnosis system, measuring system and manangement system. You can test and check data information same time in GT1.
Contact person: Kellie
Skype : kellie-obding
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