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|Application||Diagnoses Engine/ABS/SRS/Transmission||Test 12V Lead-acid Battery||Diagnoses All Systems for VAG Vehicles||Diagnoses Engine System||Diagnose All Systems for BMW Vehicles||Test 12/24V Lead-acid Battery|
|OBD-II Modes Compatibility||10||Test range: 100-2000CCA||6||10||6||Test range: 100-2000CCA|
|Read and Clear Codes / I/M Monitor Readiness / Retrieves Vehicle Information||✓||Analyze battery health, detect faults of starting and charging system||✓||✓||✓||Test results: Good/Replace, SOH, SOC, CCA value, CCA rating, voltage, internal resistance, etc.|
|View Freeze Frame Data / Reads Live Data Stream||✓||Cranking test and Charging test||Reads live data stream||✓||I/M Readiness /Test EVAP System||Storage battery test,Maximum load system test|
|DTC Lookup||✓||Read and clear Engine/Transmission/EPB/SRS/TPMS error codes||✓||Read data stream||Engine system activation load test, Charging system test|
|Read and Clear SRS Error Codes||✓||Quickly and accurately determine whether the battery is good or bad.||Injector Learning/Battery Registration and DPF Regeneration||With improved battery detection function||Read & clear SRS/TPMS/ABS/SAS/Transmission/ESP etc. fault codes||Quickly and accurately determine whether the battery is good or bad.|
|Read and Clear ABS and SAS Error Codes||Read and clear Engine/ABS/Transmission error codes||Battery standards: CCA, BCI, CA, MCA, JIS, DIN, IEC, EN, SAE, and GB.||✓||With enhanced fault code definition function give you accurate repair advice||CBS reset/correct, Battery registration/EPB reset/SAS learning/EGS clear adaption||Battery standards: CCA, BCI, CA, MCA, JIS, DIN, IEC, EN, SAE, and GB.|
|Advanced Functions||Print data||Print test data via PC||Throttle Position Adaption/EPB Reset/TPMS Reset SAS Calibration/Oil Service Reset||DPF regen,TPS Reset, Idle Speed Adjustment, Injector Coding(IQA)/Fuel Pump reset||Built-in thermal printer|
ANCEL AD410 Review
To start off with a couple of trivial negatives. The reader is small and so the text on the display is similarly small. If you wear reading glasses you will need them to read the display. The setup manual is similarly printed in tiny print. Again, not a significant problem since the documents are available online. The setup manual indicates the need to perform some manual steps if using Windows 7 to install the device driver if you are updating the firmware – in my case, the device was recognized anyway and no manual install was necessary.
On to the positive – I have on a handful of occasions had a local parts shop use their reader to pull codes from this 1997 Explorer – every time it took multiple tries and 5 to 10 minutes for them to get the codes to read. I plugged this device into the OBD2 port, turned on the ignition, and within 30 seconds was looking at the codes. Very painless. On top of that, it correctly reported two stored codes. The much more expensive and fancy one the parts store used only reported one.
The cable is fairly thick and tightly coiled in the package. This led to some concern that it’d work like a short spring and interfere with straightening the cable. Thankfully the cable is fairly supple and it easily straightened out – not completely but far more than expected.
The real-time graphing function is fun to play with but I had no legitimate need for it. I can say that the sample rate is pretty high and the pixels on the display are small enough that you get pretty good detail in the graphing. It is nice that you can pick and choose which items to graph together – took only a couple of seconds to put throttle position, rpm, and mass airflow volume on the same graph.
The device has no batteries. means that you don’t have to worry about them being dead the next time you go to use it. The thing is though that with the manual code lookup you have to be in your car and connected.
It does seem rugged enough to last and to tolerate being dropped, tossed in a toolbox, etc. It feels very light when holding it and most of us have been taught that heavier=better – seems that is a misperception with this device – afterall with the size of electronics today, the fact that this has buttons on it is probably the only thing driving it to be as big as it is.
And to the final question, would I buy it again or recommend it to someone else, yes, I would.
The 1611 People Bought ANCEL AD410 all over the world and gave an average rating of 4.4 out of 5.
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