The state-of-the-art new car diagnostic tool from Snap-on – VERUS Edge – is backed up by industry-leading training and support, including a series of online modules that give technicians an in-depth look at the new unit.
Visitors to Snap-on’s website can work their way through 12 informative videos – available for free, 24 hours a day, seven days a week – that demonstrate how to get to grips with VERUS Edge and how to make the most of it in the workshop.
Broken down into different subjects and categories, the videos consist of advice and screenshots along with comment and guidance from Snap-on’s team of experts, all geared towards helping VERUS Edge users make their investment work best for them.
“The videos teach all of the latest diagnostic techniques so technicians can get the most out of their diagnostic tools,” said Helen Taylor, Snap-on’s UK Marketing Manager.
“They are offered as short instructional videos on specific topics, so technicians can quickly get answers on any aspect of tool operation.”
What areas can I learn about by watching the VERUS Edge videos?
- Introduction and Controls
- Capabilities Overview
- Scanner Codes
- Scanner Data PID View
- Scanner Data Graphing View
- Technical Service Bulletins
- Functional Tests
- Global OBD-II
- Digital Multimeter
- Graphing Multimeter
- Guided Component Tests
The videos are accompanied by Snap-on’s series of Diagnostic Quick Tips features – which are based on real case studies and show how to apply diagnostics to specific vehicles and applications through short demonstrations of diagnostic tools to solve common problems.
VERUS Edge, the revolutionary new tool from Snap-on, puts everything a technician needs to get the job done right in their hands.
Among the many new features of VERUS Edge, which is housed in a thin, tablet-inspired body for less bulk and more power and speed, is Snap-on’s new information system.
It brings repair procedures, detailed wiring diagrams showing component location details, and maintenance information, giving high-level information that a manufacturer would provide to its network.
The new information system includes the innovative Smart Pack – providing access to technical service bulletins, manufacturer recalls and campaigns, as well as symptom diagnostic information, with over 5,300 technical service bulletins included to cover more than 5,800 vehicles.