New CR-Series range launches into UK aftermarket

Published:  22 November, 2017

Launch UK has brought the CR-Series product range to the UK aftermarket. The CR401 is an entry-level tool most suited to beginners. Meanwhile, the CR611 offers ABS and SRS system diagnostic functions. The CR701 would suit junior technicians looking for something slightly more advanced. Both the CR701 and the CR701P feature one or multiple reset functions to meet different requirements. The CR801 and CR821 provide an even greater offering and support ABS and SRS diagnosis for 46 car models.

Finally, the CR981 is the most advanced device in the series with 11 maintenance functions. All devices in the range meet OBDII/EOBD communication agreements.


www.launchtech.co.uk

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