Handheld Heavy-Duty Scan Tool with Regen

Handheld Heavy-Duty Scan Tool with Regen

The Diesel Handheld scanner is very simple to use. This handheld is specifically designed for the heavy-duty market. It allows reading and clearing of DTC’s, live data reading, and DPF regens on most makes and models. This tool comes in a nice carry case and includes an OBDII cable as well as the 6 Pin, 9 Pin, and CAT 9 Pin cables.

Features:

  • Read/clear codes
  • View freeze frame data
  • View Live data
  • Force Regens on select engines
  • Includes lifetime updates

DPF Regens

The Diesel Handheld has the ability to force regens on the following:

  • Cummins
  • Detroit
  • Isuzu
  • Mack
  • International Maxxforce
  • Volvo
  • Caterpillar
  • Hino
  • Paccar engines

Supports Multiple Protocols

J1708 and J1939 are the supported protocols. The tool supports French, Spanish, and English languages and features a 4” LCD screen that will work in temperatures ranging from 14 degrees Fahrenheit to 122 degrees.

Simple to Use

Using this tool is very simple. Plug it in, Choose HD or EOBD, run a systems automatic search to find the systems on the vehicle. This then brings you to a menu where you can choose from the systems found on the truck. You can then choose the options to read or clear faults, freeze frame data or view live data. Regens are simple and are accessed from the main menu by choosing “DPF Regen” and choosing your manufacturer from the list. Historically any bi-directional functionality has been limited to more expensive tools on the market which do not fit everyone’s budget. We were able to confirm regen capabilities on Detroit, Cummins, Mack & Volvo, Isuzu, Paccar, and International Maxxforce engines.

Included Hardware

  • Diesel Handheld Heavy-Duty Scan Tool
  • Carry Case
  • 6 Pin Cable
  • 9 Pin Cable
  • OBDII Cable
  • Cat 9 Pin Cable
  • CAN1 to CAN3 Paccar 9-Pin Cable
  • USB Cable
  • SD Card Adapter


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