Many of our potential customers have the same questions. Technicians need to know what they will need on location, what type of scans the AirPro will complete and how it will stay charged. We always have someone available to answer any other questions that you may have.
What is required for the AirPro to work at our location? You will need an established long-range Wi-Fi connection for the fastest connection time and battery support for the vehicle for the AirPro to be able to connect. The AirPro can connect to a cellular hotspot, however, this is not recommended.
How does the AirPro receive power and how long will it stay charged? Depending on use the AirPro will stay charged for 3-6 hours. The AirPro is charged by a standard charger that is provided by AirPro and will stay charged when not connected to it’s power source. It is recommended that the AirPro be connected to the power source when not in use.
What are the type of scans and how long do they take? AirPro can complete a Quick Scan, Inspection Scan, Diagnostic Scan, Completion Scan and a Follow-Up Scan. These scans typically take anywhere between 3 to 30 minutes depending on the type of scan, manufacturer, and number of modules.
AirPro is also able to do programming on most vehicles and supports seat calibrations. Programming is however limited with Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge, Mercedes, BMW, and Audi.