Foxwell NT622 AutoMaster Pro European-Makes All System Scanner




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Foxwell NT622 AutoMaster Pro European-Makes All System Scanner
Foxwell NT622 Features and Benefits:
- Coverage includes major European manufacturers (French and   Italian makes excluded)
- Works on the latest 2012/2013 models
- Compatible with both OBDI and OBDII cars, SUVs, minivans,
   light-duty trucks sold worldwide
- Reads and clear codes and turns off MILs of all systems
- Requests and records live sensor data
- Provides live data graphing
- Merges PID graphs for easy and intuitive diagnosis
- Displays freeze frame data
- Retrieves ECU information
- Supports all 10 OBDII test modes, such as live data, O2 sensor   test, component test and more
- Enhanced OBDII Mode 6 functionality
- Code troubleshooters provide you faster and easier diagnosis
- Multilingual menu options and code definitions
- SD memory card for data backup and software update
- As easy as 1-2-3 with large TFT color screen and menu-driven   operations
- Ergonomic design and ruggedly built for both shop and road tests

Foxwell NT622 Specifications:
Display: Backlit, 480*272 TFT color display
Working Temperature: 0 to 60℃ (32 to 140℉)
Storage Temperature: -20 to 70℃ (-4 to 158℉)
External Power: 8-18 Volts powered by vehicle battery
Dimensions: 200*130*40mm (L*W*H) Blow
molding case: 330*220*80mm (LWH)
Foxwell NT622 Vehicle Coverage:
Area Manufacturer
Europe Audi,BMW, EU Ford, Jaguar, Land Rover, Maybach, Mercedes Benz, Mini, Opel, Porsche, Saab, Seat, Skoda, Smart, Sprinter, Vauxhall, Volvo, VW, Bugatti, Bentley 

Package list:  
1 pc x  NT622 Scan Tool
1 pc x User’s Guide
1 pc x Memory Card
1 pc x USB Cable
1 pc x Diagnostic Cable
1 pc x Blow molding case

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Thursday 24 August, 2017

This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 24 August, 2017.