banner-twinprobe-engTwinProbe is the TEXA tool for acquiring the analogue and digital measurements needed for all conventional diagnostic testing. It comes at a lower price than UNIProbe, its “big brother”, however both share in common outstanding practicality and precision for all automotive service operations. TwinProbe communicates with all TEXA viewing units or with a Windows PC with USB connection or through Bluetooth Technology, allowing the mechanic absolute freedom of movement around the vehicle and in the workshop. The tool can be managed by the IDC4 operating software, or MSS (Measurement System Software) when used on a PC.

OSCILLOSCOPE

TwinProbe is an oscilloscope with two independent analogue channels for inputs up to ± 200V, complete with SIV (Signal information Viewing ) function for interpreting the measured signal. The SIV function guides you through the entire test procedure. TwinProbe not only displays the signal but, while taking measurements and acquiring data, simultaneously processes and analyses information in order to provide real time evaluations. TwinProbe can process signals from various sensors and actuators and compare the data acquired against values stored in the internal database, immediately highlighting any signal anomalies.

SIGNAL GENERATOR

The practical TwinProbe signal generator is ideal for simulating input signals from sensors and the signals transmitted by ECUs to control actuators like solenoid valves, in order to detect and analyse faults in the system.

AMMETER

TwinProbe can also be used to measure current intensity. An optional BICOR clamp-on ammeter is needed to allow TwinProbe to run these tests.

prod-uniprobe-oscilloscopio-01-engMEASUREMENT SYSTEM SOFTWARE

Easy access to the amazing functions of TwinProbe is ensured by MSS (Measurement System Software), developed by TEXA especially for this device, and by the complete IDC4 software Platform.

The SIV (Signal Information Viewing) function deserves a special mention. This uses a software algorithm developed by TEXA specifically to compare acquired data with values recorded in an internal database. Unusual signals can therefore be identified instantly, making your work faster and easier than ever.