Autel MaxiBAS BT506 Battery Analysis Tool

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Introducing the BT506, your go-to battery and electrical system analysis tool. With its Adaptive Conductance technology, it offers an advanced battery analysis method for a more accurate assessment of your battery's health. Vital metrics like cold cranking ability and reserve capacity are meticulously examined, giving you a comprehensive understanding of your battery's condition.

Key Features:

- Conduct in-vehicle and out-of-vehicle testing of passenger vehicle batteries with ease
- Test both 6- and 12-volt batteries, ranging from 100 to 2000 CCA (Cold Cranking Amps)
- Perform tests on 12- and 24-volt cranking/charging systems for thorough diagnostics
- Compatible with a wide range of battery types, including Flooded, AGM, AGM Spiral, EFB, and GEL batteries
- Support for various standards including CCA, CA, SAE, EN, IEC, DIN, JIS, and MCA ensures versatility and accuracy

The BT506 empowers technicians to assess the health status of a vehicle's battery and electrical system with precision and efficiency. Simply download the free mobile app available for iOS and Android devices to seamlessly perform testing and view detailed test results. Whether you're a professional mechanic or a DIY enthusiast, the BT506 is your reliable partner for maintaining optimal battery performance.

All returns must be postmarked within fifteen (15) days of the purchase date. All returned items must be in new and unused condition, with all original tags and labels attached.


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> For defective or damaged products, please contact us at the contact details below to arrange a refund or exchange.

Please Note

> A 15% restocking fee will be charged for all returns.

> Returns must be approved and include return authorization before being shipped.

> Items should be shipped by a carrier that can track packages.

> Customer assumes responsibility for insuring returned item