Fast, straightforward, intuitive – the new update for AVL DiTEST diagnostics devices

The latest release of the AVL DiTEST XDS 1000software offers experts a number of additional innovative functions that are perfectly designed to meet all the latest requirements. Down with tedious error readouts! The revolutionary software can be adapted simply and intuitively to the user's needs.

As well asfast multi-brand diagnosticsand reliable results, the current version of the software also impresses with features such as the "OEM Portal"button, which allows users to access the manufacturer portal. Here, users will find all the necessary links for registration, the digital service record and much more.

Thanks to the new "SCR Manipulation Detector", polluters can now be uncovered without the need for time-consuming measurement and tracing tasks. With just a few clicks, the software reveals whether AdBlue® manipulation has been performed on commercial vehicles.

The advantages of the latest version of the software at a glance:

  • New, innovative functions such as "SCR Manipulation Detector" and "OEM Portal".
  • 39 new models from 16 vehicle manufacturers: particular focus has been placed on the E-class and S-class from Mercedes-Benz.
  • Increased system support and depth of diagnostics alongside thebasic functions.
  • Applications for maintenance and repair: burning clean particle filters, topping up urea tanks, calibrating sensors for driver assistance systems (ADAS sensors) or identifying a number of components after they have been replaced.

"AVL DiTEST stands for forward-thinking devices and competent service. We constantly develop and improve our software to ensure that the functions always meet current and future workshop needs. The next update will be in March 2019," says Andreas Wittig, Product Owner Diagnostics System at AVL DiTEST. 

Further information on the AVL DiTEST XDS 1000 software and the update, including all of the improvements and news regarding vehicle coverage can be found on AVL DiTEST's website.

 

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