Heavy-duty service tool

  • 18-Jan-2010 02:33 EST
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MahleTest Systems' ServiceLogiq diagnostic service tool software for heavy-duty vehicle applications uses Movimento’s Puma 2 intelligent vehicle communication interface and is available industry-wide. ServiceLogiq is a vehicle diagnostic software application for the service bay that integrates with the company's visual authoring tool for codeless application development, including screen layout. ServiceLogiq can run stand-alone or from a central web server, offering various deployment options and eliminating the need to distribute application updates. Features include improved integration of other diagnostics and execution rates of less than 10 s for start-up and less than 1 s for screen-to-screen. The software supports scanners, scopes, and other vehicle measurement devices and runs from any standard internet browser.

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