Pico Scope

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CheeklawGarage
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Pico Scope

Post by CheeklawGarage »

Hi I’m new to your forum, looking to get on the Pico scope ladder with my Garage business, which package do you recommend ? Cash flow isn’t too bad for us as we’re a busy diagnostic Garage using various scan tools and bits kit from Snap On and Bosch and Autel , I’m not afraid to take on jobs that other garages can’t get to the bottom .
Thanks and I look forward to getting your advice on here. Keith Hall

Steve Smith
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Re: Pico Scope

Post by Steve Smith »

Hello Keith and welcome to the forum, thank you for the post

Whenever this question comes up I always recommend the 4-Channel Standard kit here https://www.picoauto.com/products/autom ... omparekits

4-Channels are a must so as to ensure you have enough options for measuring power, ground and signal or, Crank Cam's and ignition/injection

If you are also taking on High voltage vehicles then our EV kit will have you covered here https://www.picoauto.com/products/elect ... id-vehicle

I hope the above helps and sorry for the late reply

Take care.....Steve

CheeklawGarage
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Re: Pico Scope

Post by CheeklawGarage »

Hi Steve,
I have had a look on the site here and spoken to a Tech who uses Pico Scope and he's pointing me towards the 4 Channel Advanced kit along with the WPS500X Pressure Transducer Kit, I will be in touch with the sales people this week to place an order.

Thanks Keith Hall

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