As electric vehicles become more prominent on our roads, Australia’s automotive workshops need to be able to accurately diagnose and service these vehicles.
Burson Equipment says it has the EV diagnostic solutions to suit the smallest to the largest workshops, ensuring they are ready to provide prompt and accurate servicing, inspection, and repairs.
According to Diagnostics Category Manager, Phillip Scott, the way workshops approach vehicle servicing is changing at a rapid pace.
“As the EV car parc increases, traditional car servicing is now accompanied by reporting on battery life, complex system functions and overall EV system health.
“Burson Equipment offers three state of the art EV diagnostic scan tool devices to automotive repairers and service centres. The Autel MS 909, MS 919 or the MS ULTRA Diagnostic Scan Tool Kits provide workshops with the ability to access the full electronic systems of these vehicles, including the powertrain, the inverter, the three-phase air conditioning motor and the battery pack itself with full schematics,” said Scott.
In addition to providing a complete overview of each EV’s electronic system functionality, wiring diagrams, coding and location of system components, these Autel EV diagnostic scan tools can identify an issue with any individual battery cell.
The Autel scan tools also allow battery packs to be comprehensively checked outside of the vehicle, ensuring that replacements are in perfect operating condition before vehicle installation.
“These Autel EV diagnostic scan tools help the transition of automotive workshops to add EV service and maintenance to the services that they provide to their customers. These outstanding automotive workshop scan tools can also be constantly updated with new EV model technical data as each new model is released,” said Scott.
“Burson Equipment provides customer support and training to ensure that all workshops can grow their business to include the increasing numbers of EVs on our roads. Demand from EV owners for log book servicing and maintenance will increase at a rapid pace into the future, so we are here to ensure that our trade customers are best equipped to meet Australia’s changing mobility trends.”