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Launch CReader V OBDII Code Scanner auto scan tool

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area: Beijing
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last update: 2017-12-14 13:27
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Launch CReader V Code Scanner work for OBD-II/EOBD/JOBD compliant vehicles


CReader V (pronounced "see-reader five") is a stand-alone diagnostic tool designed especially for car owners and DIY auto mechanics. It works with any OBD-II compliant vehicle, features automatic protocol detection, and supports the following functions:
•Diagnostic Codes: read and erase DTCs (both generic and manufacturer specific)
•Display and Graph Real Time Parameters
•View Freeze Frame Data
•I/M Readiness
•MIL Status
•O2 Sensor Test
•Evaporative System Test
•Vehicle Information (VIN, Calibration ID, Calibration verification number)

Key Features
•Stand alone operation
•Large backlit display (160x160 pixels).
•Automatic protocol detection
•Works with all OBD-II/EOBD/JOBD compliant vehicles.
•Supports all legislated OBD protocles:
•ISO 15765-4 (CAN)
•ISO 14230-4 (Keyword Protocol 2000)
•ISO 9141-2 (Asian, European, Chrysler vehicles)
•J1850 VPW (G-M vehicles)
•J1850 PWM (For-d vehicles)

Package Contents
•CReader V unit
•User's Manual

Technical Specifications
•Display: Backlit LCD, 2.36×2.36 in (60×60 mm), 160×160 pixels
•Operating Temperature: 32 to 140 F° (0 to 60°C)
•Storage Temperature: -4 to 158 F° (-20 to 70°C)
•Power: 9 to 15 volts, supplied via the diagnostic connector

Remark:
- Only suitable for engine diagnostics in cars with the OBD2 system
- Not suitable for commercials (EXCEPT IN USA)
- Not suitable for OBD1 systems
- Only for 12 volt systems
-This device can’t be update online.
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