MOT connectivity: Snap-on unveils new Sun emissions analyser

Published:  21 April, 2021

With the DVSA’s MOT connectivity roll-out back on from 1 May as emissions analysers become the latest product group required to be connectable going forward, equipment providers will be keen to make sure garages have plenty of choice when they need to upgrade.

With this in mind, Snap-on has introduced the new Sun DGA6000 LINK emissions analyser.
Commenting on the launch, a spokesman for Snap-on said: “The new Sun DGA6000 LINK has been engineered to make your MOT testing process fast and reliable. Every aspect of the DGA6000 LINK is designed to enhance your MOT bay and make your job easier and quicker. Moreover, with a new health check feature, you can look beyond the MOT test to see where you could make additional revenue from repairing vehicle faults.

“With the DGA6000 Link you can go that extra mile and provide your customer with a complete OBD health check report, that will highlight any current or pending issues with the vehicle. Use the report, to get approvals for additional repairs that can ensure you are helping your customers as well as generating additional revenue for you.”

“The DGA6000 LINK is approved for the new connected emissions regulation, so your workshop will be ready to take advantage of those timesaving features when the time comes. Plus, the DGA6000 LINK allows the Snap-on supplied decelerometer to connect to the MOT testing service directly in one simple process. The DGA6000 LINK has been designed and built to seamlessly integrate the MTS system, your emissions tester, the Sun brake tester and decelerometer. Providing you with a simple and familiar system that links it all together.

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