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AECS Equipment attends Launch factory training in Sydney

AECS Equipment, Sales and Technical Support Engineer Hamish recently travelled to Sydney to take part in an annual technical update for Launch products.

Alfred Wong, a well-known Launch technical trainer from Launch Malaysia delivered all material for the event.
Training was focused on professional level diagnostic scan tools, key programmers, ECU clone tools, EV dedicated scan tools, insulation testers and EV power supplies.

Alfred was able to cover the technical back ground behind Launch professional level diagnostic tools in great detail. He was able to answer all questions as well as offering tips to get deeper into these tools to get more from them.

Launch has spent a lot of time developing the programming ability for their latest tool offerings and the Launch SmartLink B&C remote diagnostic platform connectors are J2534 pass through capable. Launch server software is first downloaded into the scan tool before being written into the control unit which eliminates internet transmission failures that can corrupt software. This model allows software to be checked before install for errors while also allowing the service in areas with sub optimal internet speeds. This provides alternatives for independent repair shops who want to keep this expanding source of work in house.

The ability to clear used control units, then install new software opens up opportunities to offer a more cost-effective repair for the vehicle’s owner.

Rapid expansion in electric vehicles has led Launch to create a new line of tools dedicated to EV service and repair.

The Launch P01 EV diagnostic scan tool in action on a Tesla model Y used for training. Launch P01 acts as a key to open the diagnostic platform which is then operated from the Telsa multifunction display.

Battery tests and reports are a high demand item from potential EV owners so being able to carry this out can provide new revenue streams for your business.

Accessing other new EV tools such as insulation resistance tests, battery balancing tools, chargers/dischargers and insulated hand tools for high voltage work will open up opportunities in this emerging sector of the automotive market.

Launch has a complete range to meet any requirements in this sector and many add on modules can be bought to expand existing current scan tool models.

Many thanks to Launch for putting on this event, Alfred for his presentation and to Launch Australia for being great hosts!


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