When it comes to off highway diagnostics for construction and agriculture equipment such as CAT, John Deere, Case, Komatsu, and more, look no further then then the TEXA Diagnostic Scanner for Off Highway. This tool will allow you to connect to engines, cab controllers, hydraulic systems, GPS, and a variety of others. You can run a variety of commands including stationary regens, cylinder cut-out tests, joystick calibrations, injector programming, and thousands of other commands. Coverages are listed below.
This kit includes the following:
CF30 Laptop (128 GB SSD, 4 GB RAM, Wifi/Blueooth, DVD/CD, Windows 10 Pro, 12-month warranty)
TEXA IDC4 Off Highway License (See coverage below)
Power pack cable kit includes auxiliary cables for powering ECMs on vehicles
CAT Off Highway Cable
Standard 6, 9, & OBDII Cable (Please contact us for pricing & information on other cables)
FPT (Iveco Motors)
Hyundai Construction Equipment
John Deere Construction Equipment
Volvo Construction Equipment
Crane Truck/Container Truck
I don't see my construction/farm/crane/truck listed. Does mean its not covered? No. There are literally thousands of manufacturers of equipment, so it is not possible to list them all. It just means you have to navigate to the engine portion of the software to do your diagnostics.
Do I have a required annual fee each year? No, there are no required annual fee's. The software will work forever and never expire. You will only receive updates & supportfor 1 year, and after that it is $350 per year. You can also go "late" with no penalty.
Do you have other cables available? Yes, we have all other cables available.
If I don't need all the cables in the kit, is there a discount? Yes, there is! Please contact us so we can price it out accordingly for you.
Do I have to install/license/configure anything if I purchase this kit? No, everything is installed, licensed, configured and tested before it leaves our facility. You just need to unpack it from the box and start using it.
How often are there updates? Expect to see 3 to 5 major releases per year, plus there are small patches in between updates. We have started to put up a blog post on each update that explains what is new. You can view them here: