Eclipse exhibits full range of diagnostic solutions

Eclipse Automotive Technology exhibited its full range of diagnostic products at the CV Show in Birmingham last week,  including those that are Jaltest based as well as the EDIS range and those from TEXA.

Eclipse Automotive Technology are well known for their innovative Testpad Extreme PC which together with the powerful Jaltest software and the flexible vehicle interface built around the Link module is becoming the first choice for many of the country’s top workshops.

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Richard Parkin, Managing Director, Eclipse Automotive Technology Ltd.

The multi-brand functionality and ease of use is important to users as is the comfort of knowing that they are supported by a dedicated team based in Burton-on-Trent who will talk them through any difficult issues and resolve the problem.

Visitors will be able to see the new Jaltest ETM Module Tester which will be shown in a benchtest demonstration examining EBS (Electronic Braking System) modules. This multi-brand feature goes through all the diagnostic values of the vehicle component, indicating Pass or Fail to show component viability. This feature is a fast and simple way of validating an expensive module and avoiding unnecessary replacement.

The ETM kit runs on the standard Jaltest software and connects to the Testpad Extreme PC via the Jaltest Link multiplexor. The connection between the ETM and the vehicle is by one of a range of brand-specific standard cables.

The diagnostic capabilities of the Eclipse Jaltest and EDIS range will be shown by using a vehicle simulator which will take visitors through a variety of live tests and demonstrate how this equipment could help their technicians solve problems faster and improve their workshop efficiency.