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Snap-on Adds Service Resets and Relearns Quick Tip Videos to Website

Professional technicians can now view Snap-on® Service Resets and Relearns quick tip videos on its website. Published each month and available free of charge, each episode offers a smart approach to a faster and more comprehensive solution to complete vehicle repairs.

Snap-on Introduces New Diagnostics Web Site

Snap-on® has launched a new Diagnostics website at https://www.snapon.com/EN/US/Diagnostics to provide even more relevant information to help customers learn about diagnostic products and services quickly. The new website is presented in a user-friendly, easy-to-navigate manner, whether on a desk-top computer or mobile device.

Time-Saving Service Resets & Relearns with Latest Snap-on Software Release

One of the new time-saving and productivity-enhancing features included in the fall Snap-on® diagnostic software release is the Service Resets & Relearns feature for ZEUS®, TRITON-D8®, APOLLO-D9™, APOLLO-D8™ and VERUS® Edge.


Snap-on Technical Focus Articles

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Automotive Communication Networks, Part III FlexRay Networks

FlexRay is similar to CAN Bus as the data is transmitted over two twisted wires, which act to reduce the effects of external interference on the differential voltage between both wires. Data transfer speeds can be up to 10 times faster than CAN bus, operating at speeds up to 1 Mbits per second.

Automotive Communication Networks, Part II CAN Bus

Controller Area Network (CAN) is a data transfer network designed to allow many nodes (modules) to communicate using a standard structure and format. This article will provide the technician with the necessary tools to successfully validate a CAN bus signal and help to identify faults where present.

Automotive Communication Networks, Part I LIN Bus

Local Interconnection (LIN) Bus is a low speed cost effective alternative to CAN bus. LIN gets its name from being a ‘local’ sub-system. Data Transfer speeds can be up to 20 kBits/second. It is designed for sensor/actuator level.