Universal Car Diagnostic Gadget Kingtec KT600

Posted: May 28 2007, 5:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 2:01am CDT, in News | Other Stuff

Universal Car Diagnostic Gadget Kingtec KT600
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You know that cars these days are basically a computer and you need more than a wrench to fix them. You need an electronic device that plugs into the cars computer to find out what is wrong.

Usually only the car shop supporting your brand of car has the fitting devices and tools. A Chinese manufacturer offers a universal handheld diagnostic gadget that works for many car brands like BMW, Ford, Buick, Mazda, Toyota to name a few.

The Kingtec KT600 runs on a 32bit ARM9 CPU and sports a 6.4 inch color touch screen. Via a CF card the vehicle specific data can be updated on the device. The supplied OBDII connector is supposed compatible with most of car models. The Diagnostic & Oscilloscope functions are realized by separate modules of the KT600.

The KT600 could be interesting for small car shops or for hobby car enthusiasts who do not mind to risk their car warranty.
SHENZHEN WEICON INDUSTRIAL CO. is selling the Kingtec KT600 to distributors.
More details on the Kingtec site.

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