Hi and welcome to a new video!
I’m Dylan and today we have two exciting Autel products to show you. We have the MaxiSys MS909 and the MaxiSys Ultra. There is a mid-range MS919 but we feel there is no place for this tool in our market as experience shows that customers would ether want to purchase the best device in the range MaxiSys Ultra or they would want the more affordable option MaxiSys MS909 with similar features.
These two options are considered as expert level diagnostic tools and are in a class of their own.
In this video we are going to briefly cover the tools and their features but please look out for our other videos for detailed unboxing and hardware specifications.
Lets take a look at the cases and whats inside of them!
The Ultra and the 909 come in a hard plastic carry case used for neat storage and to safely transporting your tool when working off site.
When opening any Autel case, always make sure that the logo faces outwards to insure that all the contents stays in the correct place.
Both devices have the same diagnostic capabilities. The main differences are in the hardware with the 909 having a 10″ screen and the Ultra having a 13″ screen and a 4 channel oscilloscope.
The tablets connect wireless to your VCMI via Bluetooth or WIFI. The tablet contains dual WIFI giving the ability to connect to the internet and access the server simultaneously. So both units come with a built in stand to use either on a desk or a work station but also for hanging over the steering wheels of vehicle for hands free use.
The MS909 comes with the 10″ tablet, 128GB internal memory, 8GB RAM, a 5MP front camera and a 16MP rear camera. This is useful for VIN scanning and license plate data entry. When we look at the bottom we have 2 USB slots, 1 Micro USB and 1 SD CARD Slot, we have a HDMI and 12V charge port and power button.
The MaxiSys Ultra comes with a 13″ Tablet, 256GB internal memory, 8GB RAM, a 5MP front camera and a 16MP rear camera.This is useful for VIN scanning and license plate data entry. When we look at the bottom we have 2 USB slots, 1 Micro USB and 1 SD CARD Slot, we have a HDMI and 12V charge port and power button.
The J2534 VCMI device comes with a built in 4 channel oscilloscope for component testing. The LED’s on the front provide different information and colours regarding the tools status and the connections, so be sure to read the manual for which LED indicator means.