BXR Series

TPMS Reading Process with hand tool - BXR Series

BXR Series of Plant tools comprises an extensive family of plant tools supplied by Bartec to over 70 car and wheel and tire plants worldwide. For full details of our range of plant tools contact our helpline...

These tools include portable tools (BXR) with integral TPMS readers, barcode readers (for reading the VIN), and OBD connections for kline and CANbus. The tools can be rechargeable, battery powered, or cabled directly to mains power.

Bartec also have a full range of Fixed TPMS read and test equipment for car and wheel and tire assembly plants. Different models in the range are used for testing the TPMS as they are fastened to the wheel, and at various points on the wheel and tire assembly line. On the car production line fixed antenna systems are used to read the TPMS ID from the car as it passes and then to program the cars ECU.

The BXR portable tools are used to read the TPMS at the rework area and enable the vehicle to be reworked. They are also used in low volume car production where the cycle time allows for manual reading of TPMS. To specify a tool from this range call our helpline and discuss your specific requirements. Bartec have support in most countries around the world for TPMS tools.

BXR Series Features

  • Bartec In plant manufacturing tool
  • Sensor mode change capability
  • Display sensor information i.e. pressure and ID
  • Fast rechargeable battery
  • Rugged hand tool
  • Easy to use
  • Download sensor information and vehicle identification via OBDII connection

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