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Launch X431 Creader VII code reader

by Cocoa sweet Liu Autodiagnostic tools
It can not only supports all OBD&EOBD functions, but also can read data strams of all electronic control system.
Recommended Features
  • Diagnostic Full System of Individual Vehicle
  • Reminding of DLC Location
  • Code Lookup Library
  • Abbreviations Lookup
  • Buzzer Alarming
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Launch X431 Creader VII Diagnostic Full System Code Reader


Language:English


Description:

Launch Creader VII is a new generation of vehicle diagnostic trouble code reader which was designed and developed by LAUNCH for individual users. With stylish touch inductive buttons, if not only supports OBD functions, but also supports basic diagnostic functions of full system of single vehicle model. It can read data streams of all ECU's such as ABS, SRS and so on.


New Feature:

Diagnostic Full System of Individual Vehicle

Reminding of DLC Location

Code Lookup Library

Abbreviations Lookup

Buzzer Alarming

Battery-Power Supply

Free Internet Updates(USB or SD card)


Standard Features:

Read Live Data

MIL status

Readiness Monitor

View Freeze Data

Read CurrentPendingPermanent DTCs

Erase DTCs

O2 Sensor Test

On board Monitored Systems test

Control of the on-board system


Vehicle Information:

Record&Reply Live Data-Up To 8 Hours!

View&Graph Live Data-Up To 4 Hours Graphs At The Same Time!

Multi-language-English,Spanish,French and so on


Specifications:

Screen: 3.0",TFT LCD Display

Input Voltage Range: 9~15V

Connection:16-PIN DLC

Operating Temperatre: -10~55 C(32~122 F)

Storage Temperature: -20~70 C(-4~158 F) @RH 60%

External Dimension: 5.35"(L)x2.87"(W)x0.87"(H)

Weight:

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Created on Oct 11th 2013 03:40. Viewed 383 times.

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