Lite-Check upgrades Inspector software

Nov. 29, 2006
The latest version of Inspector software for its 910B automatic vehicle tester has been released by Spokane, WA-based Lite-Check

The latest version of Inspector software for its 910B automatic vehicle tester has been released by Spokane, WA-based Lite-Check.

According to Lite-Check, Version 7.4 includes the following upgrades:

  • Supports Bendix TABS-6 ABS controller;
  • Allows direct inspection of tractor ABS cab lights;
  • Makes ABS fault codes and troubleshooting instructions easier to access.

The new software, which will be available Jan. 15th, is compatible with all Model 910B automatic testers produced after 1997.

For more information, go to www.lite-check.com

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