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Bartec Demonstrates Wireless Tool Updating and Printing

Since the Tech500 also has wireless Bluetooth built in, the tool can send data to the TPMS desktop or now, to a wireless back shop printer.

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Bartec Tech500 shadowBartec announces wireless updating for the Tech500 TPMS Tool.
“With the Tech500 TPMS Tool up to date, you always have the very latest in TPMS vehicle and sensor coverage,” said Bartec CEO Scot Holloway. “This means the ability to service more cars and take care of more customers. It also means having the confidence of doing the job right the first time.”
Since the Tech500 also has wireless Bluetooth built in, the tool can send data to the TPMS desktop or now, to a wireless back shop printer. This new accessory from Bartec comes complete with a wall-mounted cradle and power supply. The printer is inductively charged while in the cradle, so it’s always ready to print.

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Visit either of Bartec’s booths this week [AAPEX #774 or SEMA #41191] and see live demonstrations of these market-leading innovations, from the leaders in TPMS.

Bartec is always looking for ways to make TPMS service more efficient and accurate in order to help the service provider improve his or her bottom line. To that end, Bartec continues to develop new TPMS technology and solutions to better aid automotive service professionals worldwide. Visit www.bartecusa.com or call the sales office toll-free at 855-877-9732 for additional information.

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