In Focus: Drew Technologies TVIT

May 1, 2014
The Truck Vehicle Interface Tool, or TVIT, provides improved diagnostic and flash repair on today's heavy duty vehicles.

The Drew Technologies Truck Vehicle Interface Tool (TVIT) offers flexibility, rugged performance and its advanced software provides for improved diagnostic and flash repairs for today's heavy duty vehicles. TVIT provides vehicle coverage for today’s most popular diagnostic and reprogramming services from Allison, Cummins, Freightliner, Mack Trucks and more. Supporting RP1210 systems, TVIT is equipped to also provide coverage for manufacturers using SAE J2534 standards found in both heavy and medium duty vehicles. 

Features and benefits

  • Gives the technician the same capabilities as dealers.
  • Single vehicle interface works with most heavy duty truck brands.
  • Works with the OE diagnostic applications.
  • Coverage from as early as 1996 - present.


The TVIT device works with both scan tool software available from different OEMs, and through the aftermarket scan tool software, to perform diagnostics, service, data logging and reprogramming. 


TVIT was designed to offer independent repair shops a low-cost OE diagnostic interface. 

Manufacturing specs

This tool was designed and manufactured by Drew Technologies, Inc. Drew Tech makes many OE diagnostics tools used in dealerships globally.

Storage and display

Item is sold in one-packs and 10-packs. The unit is very compact. The TVIT HD Interface Kit includes the TVIT interface, 6- and 9-pin Deutsch connector cable, and the USB to TVIT cable.

Suggested retail price


For more information

Drew Technologies

(877) 888-2534

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