Something About The VAS 5054A

VAS 5054A is a commonly used diagnostic interface for all vehicles of the VW Group and all OBD vehicle systems from other manufacturers. Now the newest version has came out–ODIS V2.0,Bluetooth version.It supports multi-language,such as:English, Chinese, Japanese, Portuguese, Romanian, Korean, Dutch, Polish, Turkish, Spanish, French, Italian, Croatian, Danish, German, Swedish, Finnish, Slovenian, Czech, Russian, Greek and Polish.

When using the VAS 5054A,users don’t need to use cables for vehicle diagnostics.The integrated Bluetooth interface connects the vehicle with a notebook, PC or test system. And the wireless Bluetooth connection can range from 2 to 5 meters without interference or blocked, so, to some extent, the exact result depends on the environment and the type of Bluetooth adapter that used on the PC side. Besides,the Serial Port Profile (SPP) is used for data transfer via Bluetooth, it supports different Bluetooth security levels.

About the Specifications of the VAS 5054A, the vehicle protocols are handled directly in the VAS 5054A so that it can make sure fast response times and a reliable real-time behavior independently of the PC operating system. Each time there establishes a connection, the VAS 5054A software will be identified with the version installed on the application PC. The VAS 5054A thus automatically employs all new features that provided after a new software version has been installed on the application PC.The diagnostic application and the associated Diagnostic Base System are all installed on the application PC. And the diagnostic base system can access to the VAS 5054A via Bluetooth or USB.

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