The Zurich ZR-Pro professional OBDII scanner is an automotive diagnostic tool and tablet designed to give mechanics sophisticated diagnostics in a mobile form factor.
Available exclusively at Harbor Freight Tools, the ZR-Pro is equipped with the functions a professional technician needs to diagnose nearly any compatible vehicle by communicating with a vehicle’s diagnostic systems.
Bluetooth connectivity enables wireless communication with the vehicle, and as a fully-functioning Android tablet that includes a high-resolution camera, the ZR-Pro can function as a scan tool and computer.
With global OBDII vehicle coverage on almost all U.S., Asian and European vehicles built after 1996, the scanner conducts full system health reporting and live data graphing on hundreds of data points, providing the technician with real-time vehicle performance information. The tablet can record and play back live data, giving the technician the ability to conduct a complete diagnosis.
The Auto VIN Scan feature reads vehicle identification numbers, providing access to vehicle health reports. Expansive bi-directional controls enable the activation or deactivation of vehicle components so the technician can visually confirm proper function, perform advanced diagnostic tests and simulate and adjust onboard computer systems.
The ZR-Pro has a wide range of OEM special functions specific to the vehicle make and model, including battery reset procedures, electronic brake caliper release, key fob relearns, injector coding, ABS air bleeding, steering angle reset, TPMS relearns and more.
The built-in DTC Code Search look-up function allows the ZR-Pro to connect to the internet for diagnostic help and repair information for additional fault codes. The ZR-Pro can save fault reports and print vehicle diagnostics reports to help technicians share with customers.
Wi-Fi enabled to provide complete mobility throughout a shop, the ZR-Pro is an Android tablet with an 8-inch IPS touchscreen display and a web browser to connect to the internet and download third-party apps.
Originally posted on Trucking Info