New John Bean V2100 Wheel Alignment System Features VIN Scanner

New John Bean V2100 Wheel Alignment System Features VIN Scanner

The V2100 features an all-new graphic display, making the aligner easier to operate. Video speed cameras constantly monitor the alignment, ensuring accuracy.

Shops looking to increase wheel alignment business have found the answer with the new John Bean V2100 Wheel Alignment System. Featuring state-of-the-art, productivity-enhancing technology, this new aligner will provide users fast and accurate real-time measurements.

“Utilizing advanced imaging technology, our new John Bean V2100 reduces setup and measurement times and provides more accurate alignments,” said Adam Brown, product manager for John Bean. “With several efficiency enhancing features exclusive to the V2100, this new John Bean aligner is unlike others on the market today. Equipped with the latest software, the V2100 will deliver readings in a matter of minutes.”

One of the unique offerings of the new John Bean V2100 Wheel Alignment System is the VIN scanner that allows the user to have immediate access to vehicle history. This optional feature allows the user to easily find the VIN number and starts the alignment process automatically.

The V2100 also features the next generation in user interface and an all-new graphic display, making the aligner easier to operate. Video speed cameras constantly monitor the alignment, ensuring accuracy. The compensation warning system detects common environmental conditions and vehicle problems that could result in maladjustment.

Two additional patented features available with the John Bean V2100 include the Vehicle Orientation Directional Indicator (VODI) that effortlessly guides the technician through the measuring process and the EZ-TOE that turns the front wheel and helps access difficult adjustment points during the alignment while still displaying centered toe readings.

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