Hamaton launches new H56 TPMS tool
Following the release of the H36, H46 and H47, Hamaton has teamed up with ATEQ once again to launch the new H56 TPMS tool. According to the company, the H56 boasts the same great features as ATEQ’s all-in-one VT56 but comes with free software updates for five years (which cease if you upgrade to the all-sensor option). The five-year deal offers four more years than its counterpart.
The new tool features ATEQ’s patented
Sync-ID technology. As a result, technicians can perform an OBDII relearn in under two minutes on over 90 per cent of vehicles, helping improve work efficiency. An OBDII relearn is simpler than manual relearns because it is the same process for every vehicle. Just read the sensors, connect the (included) OBDII module and transfer
The H56 also offers wifi updates, which enable tools to be updated wirelessly and eliminates the need for a PC/laptop.
Other significant features include Manual ID Entry and Retrieve ID, which, respectively, allow users to input sensor IDs or obtain them from the ECU (with an OBDII module). Sensor IDs can be stored, then used to configure/program new sensors, bypassing relearns as IDs remain the same.
Hamaton reports that the H56 quickly configures EU-Pro generations, programs Hybrid NFC/3.5 sensors and reads 100 per cent of OEM sensors. And, if necessary, users can upgrade to configure/program all popular universal sensors*. Furthermore, its database contains a wealth of vehicle information for five key regions (Europe, Japan, Korea, North America, and Russia), which is kept up to date via frequent software releases.
In parallel, Hamaton is also launching three bundles combining the H56 TPMS tool and v EU-Pro Hybrid 3.5 sensors (8, 16 or 24).