It works on 99% of American, European, and Asian car manufacturers, 80+ TPMS-equipped car models on the market; well-suited to mechanics who work on a wide range of cars throughout the day.
The software within this Autel scanner can be updated on demand throughout its lifetime at no extra charge to cover the most recent car makes and models.
At 70%, this TPMS relearn tool has a remarkable percentage of OBD relearn protocols than any other TPMS tools. Fast, efficient, and reliable. This TPMS programming tool can program Autel MX-Sensors to replace 99% of OE sensors without hassles (>95% stability). Maximum 20 Autel MX-sensors within 4 inches can be programmed at one time.
MaxiTPMS ITS600E Functions:
Autel MaxiTPMS ITS600E Top TPMS Functions:
1. Sensor Programming for Autel MX-Sensor
The Programming function allows users to program the sensor data to the MX-Sensor to replace existing sensors with low battery life and ones that are no longer functioning.
ITS600E activating tool can handle maximum of 20 MX-Sensors at the same time. (TS608 only programs 16 MX-Sensors.) ITS600 reset tool is designed with 4 options for program the MX-Sensors and users can choose the appropriate method to obtain the ID according to the actual situation of the original sensor.
1) Copy by OBD:
If the IDs retrieved from sensor activation and those registered to the TPMS ECU are different, ITS600E TPMS scanner will program the sensor IDs retrieved from the ECU to the new MX-Sensors.
2) Copy by Activation:
If the original sensor still can be activated, you can use the ITS600 activating tool to trigger it, obtain the original IDs, and then write them into the new MX-Sensors.
3) Manual Input:
If the original sensor is completely broken or can’t be activated, you can find the old ID from the label, and manually input it to new MX-Sensors.
4) Auto Create:
If the original sensor cannot be activated or the original sensor ID cannot be obtained, you can use the ITS600E TPMS scan tool to automatically create a new random ID to MX-Sensor.
2. 3 Relearn Ways to Identify New Sensor
Relearn function is used to transfer new sensor IDs into the vehicle ECU for sensor recognition. ITS600 diagnostic tool features 3 relearn ways including OBD Relearn, Automatic Relearn, and Stationary Relearn, which can deal with 98% of vehicle models and relearn all the 315/433MHz sensors.
1) OBD Relearn:
OBD relearn allows the ITS600 reset tool to directly write the TPMS sensor IDs to the TPMS module via the OBD connector to make the on-board TPMS modules recognize the new sensors.
2) Automatic Relearn:
For some vehicles, the "Relearn" function can be completed automatically by driving, which makes it quite easy to do a complete set of sensor replacement operations on your own.
3) Stationary Relearn:
This relearn way requires the vehicle to be placed in the "Relearn Mode" and follow the on-screen instructions to finish "Relearn"
3. Autel ITS600E= TPMS Tool + Diagnostic Scanner
ITS600E diagnostic scanner is specially designed with 4 commonly used diagnostic functions to provide quick access to the vehicle systems for various scheduled reset and maintenance tasks. ITS600 relearn tool innovates the design of configuring the diagnostic function on the tire pressure tool and performs Oil reset, EPB, BMS, and SAS Calibration.
* Oil Reset: Reset the oil life system and turn off the oil light after replacing the oil or oil filter to start a new cycle.
* EPB Reset: Maintain the electronic braking system safely and effectively by deactivating and activating the brake control system, setting brakes after disc or pad replacement, etc.
* BMS Reset: Re-match the control module and motoring sensor for battery detecting more accurately, clear original low battery information, and prevent the related control module from detecting false information.
* SAS Calibration Reset: Calibrate the steering angle after replacing the steering angle position sensor and the mechanical parts of the steering system, etc. Stores the current steering wheel position as the straight-ahead position in the steering angle sensor and clear fault memory.
4. 4 Scan Ways foy Quick Vehicle Identification to Save Your Time
The MaxiTPMS ITS600(E )scan tool diagnostic system supports four methods of Vehicle Identification.
Auto VIN Detect: The ITS600(E) diagnostic system features the VIN-based Auto VIN Scan function to identify vehicles and scan all diagnosable ECUs and rund iagnostics on the selected system. This function is compatible with vehicles manufactured from 1996 onwards to 2020.
1) Scan License:
Through the smart scan technology, ITS600(E) relearn tool can help you open the camera and scan the license number directly to enter the identification page, easy and useful.
2) Scan VIN:
Tap to perform the Scan VIN method, at the bottom of the screen, from left to right, two options are available, Barcode/QR code Scan and Scan VIN. Select one of two options and position the tablet to align the VIN code within the scanning window. Once the VIN code is successfully detected, the screen will automatically jump to the Vehicle Identification page with the VIN code acquired displays.
3) Manual Input:
For vehicles that do not support scanning function, the MaxiTPMS ITS600 (E) system allows you to enter the vehicle VIN or
license numbers manually, or simply take a photo of the VIN sticker or license plate for quick vehicle identification.
5. Expanded Tire Services
1) Tire Tread & Brake Disc Wear Detection
ITS600 scanner can measure the status of tire tread depth & brake disc wear, display results graphically display, and add data into TPMS test report for comprehensive analysis and tire replacement & maintenance suggestions. This detection will alert users of tire wear in time to prevent dangerous situations. ITS600 diagnostic scan tool work together with Autel MaxiTPMS TBE200 to perform wear detection.
2) Tire Expiration Notice & Recall Lookup
ITS600 tool will identify the year of the tires by scanning the DOT code to determine if the tires need to be replaced. That can prompt/guide drivers to replace tires to avoid the risk of blowouts caused by aging tires. The Tire DOT application contains two parts - DOT Recall and DOT Scan functions. Tire DOT function scans the tire DOT serial number located on the sidewall to acquire basic characteristics such as tire age, recall status, and warning.