In Focus: Injectronic CJ500 scan tool and labscope

Oct. 2, 2015
Main features include English and Spanish language options, a 1024 by 600 pixel color display, updatable touchscreen applications and optional hardware and software applications.

The Injectronic CJ500, compatible with optional modules such as the labscope, offers extensive vehicle coverage and is very easy to use, according to the company. This scan tool was designed to easily add new functions and applications with downloadable updates five times a year. Main features of this scan tool include English and Spanish language options, a 1024 by 600 pixel color display, updatable touchscreen applications, optional hardware and software applications, free updates for two years and a two-year warranty.

Application

This tool is well-suited for the following applications:

  • Vehicle diagnosis for DTCs
  • Key reprogramming
  • Data line graphing
  • Clearing fault code memory
  • Diagnosing OBD-II vehicles with protocols: CAN, ISO 9141, J1850 PWM, J1850 VPW, ISO 14230-4, SCI and CCD
  • Reading pending and permanent trouble codes
  • Clearing trouble codes
  • Turning off the Malfunction Indicator Lamp (MIL)
  • Displaying the values of parameters related to a fault code captured in freeze frame data

Selling points

  • Affordable price
  • Guaranteed service
  • Extensive coverage
  • Future Proof (It was designed to add modules that the automotive industry might add in the future)
  • Complete diagnostic platform (Optional modules are available to expand functionality in the same device)

Features and benefits

The CJ500 offers two languages: English and Spanish. In addition, it features a double-mode operation: keyboard or full touch mode. Designed to be easy to use and easy to maintain, the CJ500 offers bi-directional controls and optional modules for greater coverage and applications. This implies that it is not necessary to buy tools from different brands and have to learn how to use each of them.

Origin

According to the company, its mission is to design and develop high quality diagnostic tools at an accessible price to consumers and that represent a complete diagnostic platform.

Manufacturing specs

The product is made in Mexico. Design, manufacturing and operations are concentrated in the corporate offices in Ciudad Juarez, with shipping offices located in El Paso, Texas.

Demonstration

CJ500: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wZSS_yAccT0

Labscope: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wZSS_yAccT0 

Suggested retail price

$1,299

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