4 types of tests are designed to offer a complete analysis of your car batteries, namely in-vehicle test, out-vehicle test, battery replacement and battery reset. For instance, if you’d like to run an in-vehicle test on a Toyota, here are the steps to follow:
1 Open the hood and find the battery.
Tips：OTOFIX BT1 can help you locate the car battery.
2 Place the clamps on. Red to positive, black to negative.
3 Then select in-vehicle test function on your BT1 battery tester.
Make sure you are connected to an internet source.
4 Input the vehicle’s information and vehicle’s battery type
BT1 can Automatically identifies battery parameters and displays vehicle-specific battery locations by VIN.
If you’ve worked on the vehicle before using this device, these fields will automatically be filled in.
If there’s no battery type listed on the battery, the default is “FLOODED”.
6 Start the testing.
Thanks to its intelligent features and comprehensive step-by-step instructions, it is a quick and easy process that allows you to run a test in around 5 minutes.
The result will be shown like below.
7 Save, print and e-mail your customised battery test result.
With BT1 Battery Tester you can generate customised report with your own logo and garage information.
It will display the information in report format which allows you to either view it as a pdf or send it as an email. Print it out and hand the report to the customer if needed. The report will also automatically save and you can view it in Data Manager if you need to retrieve it later.
If you are looking for a simple and intelligent car battery tester for your vehicle, OTOFIX BT1 is the only one you need to perform battery tests and diagnostics quickly and efficiently.