TOPDON Introduces ArtiDiag800 OBD2 Scanner
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TOPDON Introduces ArtiDiag800 OBD2 Scanner

By CIOReview | Wednesday, June 16, 2021

The Bluetooth-connected ArtiDiag800 OBD2 can discover onboard computer issues considerably faster and with more precision than ordinary OBD2 scanners, allowing customers to ease the repair procedure using the DTC Library for extensive DTC explanation.

FREMONT, CA: OPDON, a technology company focusing on developing innovative, high-performance solutions for automotive technicians, announced the release of the ArtiDiag800 OBD2 Scanner with AutoScan, which allows for in-depth study of all accessible systems and electronics on most mainstream automobiles. It can do extensive diagnostics on 15 automotive systems, including OE-level analysis. The Bluetooth-connected ArtiDiag800 OBD2 can discover onboard computer issues considerably faster and with more precision than ordinary OBD2 scanners, allowing customers to ease the repair procedure using the DTC Library for extensive DTC explanation.

The ArtiDiag800 OBD2 is designed for both repair shops and DIY home mechanics, with a 7-inch touch screen, 1.5GHz quad-core processor, and 2GB RAM/16GB ROM. Oil Reset, EPB Reset, ABS Bleeding, SAS Reset, BMS Reset, DFP Regeneration, Throttle Body Adjustment, Injector Coding, Gear learning, and TPMS, IMMO, Gearbox, Sunroof, Suspension, and AFS headlamp reset are among the systems. It also includes wireless software upgrades through Wi-Fi for new features, bug repairs, and expanding car coverage, with over 15000 car models covered in 8 languages spanning America, Europe, and Asia (EN, FR, ES, DE, IT, RU, PT, JP).

TOPDON’s extensive portfolio of innovative and high-performance diagnostic solutions, including code readers, battery testers and chargers, thermal imagers, power supplies, and jump starters, are expertly crafted with the consumer in mind, making repairs easy, efficient, accurate, and affordable for both professional and home garages.