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Snap-on News Releases

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New Snap-on Software Upgrade

Professional technicians can keep their Snap-on® software coverage up-to-date, as well as get enhanced features and capabilities to maximize their diagnostic tool investment, when they go with one of Snap-on’s software upgrade options.

Software Upgrade Plan Options

Professional technicians can keep their Snap-on® software coverage up-to-date, as well as get enhanced features and capabilities to maximize their diagnostic tool investment, when they go with one of Snap-on’s software upgrade options.

Fast-Track Intelligent Diagnosics Tool Matcher

Snap-on® has updated the Fast-Track® Intelligent Diagnostics tool matcher feature on its website with the addition of the new TRITON-D10™ integrated diagnostics system. Professional technicians can use the tool matcher feature to find the best Fast-Track Intelligent Diagnostics-enabled platform for their specific needs.


Snap-on Technical Focus Articles

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Magneto-Resistive Sensor Technology

Sensor construction and measuring waveforms is a useful place to start when getting to grips with complex brake system faults. Take a look at the article to learn more.

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.