Snap-on rolls out Verus wireless information system

Updated Feb 2, 2011

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Snap-on introduced the Verus Wireless Diagnostic & Information System. The tool allows technicians to scan, scope and run the business from anywhere in the automotive repair shop by retrieving codes, data, functional tests, Fast-Track guided component tests, technical forums, OEM websites and Troubleshooter, while moving freely around the vehicle.

Snap-on says the features and benefits of the Verus Wireless Diagnostic & Information System include:

• Simplicity – keyless scan module covers OBD-II applications with a single adapter, no need to switch keys per system

• Connectivity – use the built-in Wi-Fi and Internet browser to access technical forums, OEM websites or parts suppliers

• Verus Wireless has long-range Class-1 Bluetooth for wireless connection to the Verus scan module throughout the shop

• Power – 250GB hard drive, 25 percent faster processor, more RAM and improved display screen

• Speed – get answers quick with one-touch icon navigation to jump between the Scanner, Scope or any function with the press of a finger

• Automatic Updater – web delivery of software service releases sent directly to the tool

“Ultimately, diagnostics isn’t about finding problems, it’s about providing solutions,” said Mark Schaefer, director of marketing, Snap-on Diagnostics. “With Snap-on’s new VerusWireless Diagnostic & Information System, technicians will get the answers that they need to complete their job up to 50 percent quicker, enabling them to get more done in less time.”