The Autel MaxiSys ADAS Calibration Application software provides graphic step-by-step instructions that are vehicle model specific to confirm the correct patterns are used during the correct calibration procedures. Your MaxiSys software confirms this information is correct, based on the vehicle information confirmed from the AutoSCAN feature, to confirm which active ADAS modules in any vehicle system may need a calibration procedure completed.
a. Yes, the MSADAS provides all the same diagnostic and maintence services as the MS908SP, including Pre / Post Scanning
a. You can purchase an ADAS UPGRADE to add ADAS capabilities to your existing Autel MaxiSys scan tool.
b. If you do not have an Autel scan tool, then you should purchase an MSADAS scan tool package for best value.
a. No, the MaxiSys ADAS application requires a code (QR code scan) from the calibration frame to activate the software.
For more information, see 'ADAS Frame Banding' on the DOWNLOAD page.
a. Yes, the specialty fixtures, existing targets and new vehicle coverage targets are available for individual purchase.
a. LDW, LKA, ACC (forward looking only) - You need the LDW kit (ADS-LDWPACKAGE)
b. AVM, RCW, RCA (around view / 360 view / rear looking) - You need the Complete Kit (ADS-ADASCOMPLETE)
c. Night Vision, Radar (includes Blind Spot etc.) - Also in the Complete Kit (ADS-ADASCOMPLETE)
*can be added as additional accessories to the LDW kit
a. No, the complete assembly is a simple 20-25 minute process. Graphic instruction and standard screws are included.
a. No, The MSADAS software features step by step illustrated instructions for placing the calibration frame and targets.
b. If a customer requests general ADAS training, I-CAR, CTI, and AutoTech have ADAS classes utilizing the Autel tool.
a. Insurance companies are typically paying between $200 and $300 for each ADAS calibration.
b. The ADAS application also provides the Pre and Post-SCAN features, which insurance companies pay $100-$150 for.
a. No obstructions or 2 post lifts. An alignment bay will work if there is approx. 9 1/2’ between the frame and lift
b. Level floor in the bay or the lift being level at 3 foot or lower.
c. No “checker board” or other geometric patterns on the walls or floor
d. Able to close bay door and or block exterior light sources that cast uneven surface shadows