Tool Bundles

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24 X EZ-sensors®  (Part Number 2210) and 1 X ATEQ S46 Tool

ATEQ VT46 Features:

  • Exclusively programs EZ-sensor®
  • Reads all OE TPMS sensors
  • Includes OBDII relearn module 
  • Includes a five-year software update license

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24 X EZ-sensors®  (Part Number 2210) and 1 X Bartec Tech300 Tool

Bartec Tech300 Features:

  • Exclusively programs EZ-sensor®
  • Reads all OE TPMS sensors
  • Includes OBDII relearn module 
  • Includes one-year software update license

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Have you purchased an EZ-sensor® bundle with BARTEC tool and now need to renew a software license?


No problem! Thanks to our OFFER you are on the safe side. Simply buy license update bundle part number 7061 from our authorized wholesaler and
renew the license for your tool

Get 12 OE quality, programmable EZ-sensor®:

  • Trusted OE quality and functionality standards
  • Coverage set to replace most sensors in the market
  • Future-proofed to support new & pending OE technology

PLUS 1-year BARTEC software update license for FREE

BUNDLE & SAVE

Schrader is making it easier than ever to get started with our market-leading, inventory-saving,  EZ-sensor®. Designed with workshops in mind our tool bundles offer flexibility and functionality to optimize your TPMS program at an affordable price. 

Tools & Software Updates

Outdated TPMS tool software is the root cause of most of the technical support calls we receive. Outdated software is often confused with a malfunctioning sensor; however, the sensor is only as good as the software of the tool that triggers or programs it. Tool manufacturers use updates to fix “bugs” and improve performance, ensuring your shop is able to provide the most efficient TPMS service possible. Keeping your TPMS tool updated is of the utmost importance when aiming for the quickest and most efficient TPMS service. 

Make TPMS tool updates a routine in your shop:

  • Some TPMS tools are equipped with Wi-Fi capabilities that allow them to automatically update. This is a great feature and a huge time saver for the shop. It keeps the shop from having to manage the update on its own or spend time during a service updating the tool.
  • If you don’t have a Wi-Fi capable tool, consider appointing one person as being the one who’s responsible to register the tool and to keep that tool updated. A service advisor is a great position for this role, but it could also be a lead tech or shop manager. Make sure the tool is registered with an email address that is being regularly monitored.
  • Make sure you are on the email lists of both your sensor and tool manufacturers. Most manufacturers have an email that goes out when there is a new update on their tools. These communications will remind you to update your tool and provide information on the new coverage and features included in the update.