Docking station designed to charge diagnostic tool

Dec. 10, 2012

Snap-on has released a new docking station that can keep its popular diagnostics tool charged at all times. The Verus Pro docking and charging station allows technicians to leave their Verus Pro diagnostic tool on the work bench where it can charge for the next use.

“The new Verus Pro docking and charging station is designed for simple drop-in docking, making for fast grab and go portability,” said Mark Schaefer, director of marketing, Snap-on Diagnostics.

With a 15-pin video connector, technicians can hook-up to their external big-screen monitor to display Verus Pro results, the company said. A built-in USB hub connects up to four USB devices and the multi-position stand allows easy storage in a tool storage drawer.

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