Texa showing AXONE 4 at CV Show
Diagnostics firm Texa is to show its news AXONE 4 technology at this year’s CV Show. According to the company, the AXONE 4 presents a series of unique characteristics, many of which are linked to the functionality provided by an internet connection.
The devices features a 9.7″ TFT touch screen with resolution of 1024 x 768 and high quality graphics. All functions are accessed directly through the touchscreen (where required a virtual keyboard is available), and the only physical buttons are an on/off and multifunction.
It comes with a latest generation Intel Atom processor, complete with 1 Gb RAM memory, and an advanced 32 Gb solid state (no moving parts) hard disk, which consumes less power and requires less cooling and the display can be used in either portrait or landscape modes. The technician can choose their preferred option, as required.
The wireless connection provides Wi-Fi as standard, to connect to the workshop wireless network, which allows download of the latest update and access to the online services, as well as dual Bluetooth to communication with the various TEXA diagnosis and measurement interfaces. Another feature which has not previously been available on a diagnostic tool is an option to connect to a smartphone, which will allow access to the internet whilst on the road.
The unit also features a VGA camera, which is useful for documenting and saving specific information from the vehicle for future reference, or to attach an image to a spare parts purchase order.