Robinair’s new electronic variable displacement compressor test module helps eliminate misdiagnosis.
The new database cards cover make and model years from 1997-2019 for R-134a systems and 2013-2019 for R-1234yf systems.
The fully automatic recovery machines will provide technicians with new and improved A/C service capabilities and superior accuracy when diagnosing or recharging standard or hybrid vehicle systems, said the company.
Robinair Unveils New Refrigerant Analyzers For Vehicles Equipped With R-134a Or R-1234yf A/C Systems
The analyzers also are capable of testing R-12 refrigerant with optional hose.
The 34888HD R134a machine is engineered to save time in the shop with fully automatic operation and a removable tank for larger A/C systems typically found in buses.
Database cards help ensure vehicles are charged with the correct amount of oil and refrigerant per OEM specifications.
The databases were developed to provide the most up-to-date information available. The updates ensure the vehicle system is charged with the proper amount of oil and refrigerant, per factory and OEM specifications.
The databases 34411-H, 34412-C and 34413-A were developed to provide the most up-to-date information available.
Each of the new A/C leak detectors features an audible alarm with a stable, long-life sensor that lasts up to 10 years. Equipped with an automatic calibration and the ability to reset to ambient, the new Robinair leak detectors also include three adjustable sensitivity levels and a low battery indicator.
After the 90-minute webinar, technicians can become Section 609 certified to work on vehicles using R-12, R-134a and R-1234yf refrigerant when they take and successfully pass the online test.
The sweepstakes is now active and will run through Feb. 17, with the machine being given away on Feb. 21.
The webinar will take approximately 90 minutes and at the end, after passing the online test, technicians can become Section 609 certified to work on vehicles using R-12, R-134a and R-1234yf refrigerant.