Table of Contents
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I.Introduction ................................................................................................................................. 2
1.1 Warning ............................................................................................................................... 2
1.2 Safety warning ..................................................................................................................... 2
II.Getting Started ............................................................................................................................ 4
2.1 Equipment transport conditions ......................................................................................... 4
Uncrating Instructions ............................................................................................................... 4
2.2 Equipment and Servicing..................................................................................................... 5
1. Check List....................................................................................................................... 5
2. Camera Care .................................................................................................................. 6
3. Target Care .................................................................................................................... 6
III.Installation Guide ....................................................................................................................... 7
3.1 Installation Environment Check .......................................................................................... 7
3.1.1 Camera Beam Position ............................................................................................. 7
3.1.2 Lift Levelness ............................................................................................................ 8
3.2 Positioning ........................................................................................................................... 9
3.3 Installing wheel clamps and target.................................................................................... 10
3.3.1 Installing wheel clamps .......................................................................................... 10
3.3.2 Fixing targets .......................................................................................................... 10
3.4 Installing/Removing brake depressor................................................................................ 11
3.5 Installing/Removing steering wheel holder. ...................................................................... 11
3.6 Assemble Calibration Kit ................................................................................................... 12
3.7 Placement of calibration fixture and targets ..................................................................... 14
IV.Software ................................................................................................................................... 19
4.1 Opening/Closing Alignment software ............................................................................... 19
4.2 Hot keys ............................................................................................................................. 19
4.3 Visual Check ...................................................................................................................... 20
4.4 Standard Measurement .................................................................................................... 21
4.5 Quick Measurement .......................................................................................................... 37
4.6 Aligner Management......................................................................................................... 40
V.Technical data .......................................................................................................................... 51
5.1 Measuring Range .............................................................................................................. 51
5.2 Power supply unit.............................................................................................................. 51
Appendix I . Faults in operating sequence ...................................................................................... 52
Appendix II. Calibration Bar adjustment ......................................................................................... 55
1. Adjustment procedure ........................................................................................................ 55
2. Warning ............................................................................................................................... 57
Wheel Aligner Manual
I. Introduction
The purpose of this manual is to provide the owner and operator of the imaging
wheel aligner with safe and practical instructions for its use and maintenance.
Following all instructions carefully will assist you in your work and give long term and
efficient service. The following paragraphs define the levels of danger associated
with warning captions in this manual.
1.1 Warning
The Aligner is designed for INDOOR USE ONLY. Exposure to damp or wet locations will
cause damage to the aligner’s components or injury to the user and will void
warranty.
The computer may have the ability to connect to the internet, intranet, a local or
wide area network. DO NOT connect the computer to any network or the internet
unless instructed to by a manufacture or authorized technician.
DO NOT install any 3rd party software or hardware into or onto the aligner as it may
cause conflicts with Aligner software or drivers. Failure to comply will void aligner
warranty
Do not plug the cabinet power cord in until all connections have been verified.
Damage or injury can result.
Insure all installations on this aligner are legal in your country.
1.2 Safety warning
This Imaging Aligner is intended for use by properly trained, skilled automotive
technicians. The safety messages presented in this section and throughout the
manual are reminders to the operator to exercise extreme care when performing
wheel alignments with this product.
There are many variations in procedures, techniques, tools, and parts for servicing
vehicles, as well as the skill of the individual doing the work. Because of the vast
number of vehicle applications and potential uses of the aligner, the manufacturer
cannot possibly anticipate or provide advice or safety messages to cover every
situation. It is the automotive technician’s responsibility to be knowledgeable of the
vehicle to be aligned. It is essential to use proper servicing methods and perform
wheel alignments in an appropriate and acceptable manner that does not endanger
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operator safety, the safety of others in the work area, the equipment or vehicle being
serviced.
Read this manual carefully before powering up the equipment. Conserve this manual
and all illustrative material supplied with the equipment in a folder near the
equipment where it is readily accessible for consolation by the operator.
The technical documentation supplied is considered an integral part of the
equipment; in the event of sale all relative documentation must remain with the
system.
This manual is only being considered valid for the equipment of the model and with
the serial number indicated on the nameplate applied to it. The nameplate is
attached to the back of the cabinet.
WARNING!
Without prior knowledge to the manufacture or manufacture authorized
dealers, any alterations to this aligner may cause serious injury. The
manufacture is not responsible for any injury caused by improper use, abuse, or
unauthorized repair.
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II. Getting Started
2.1 Equipment transport conditions
The aligner must be shipped in its original packing and stowed in the position
indicated on the outside.
To avoid damage, never place other items on top of the packaging.
Handling of the aligner must be performed only with an appropriate lifting device
such as a forklift or pallet jack.
Only personnel who are experienced and qualified on material handling procedures
should handle any transportation or moving of the aligner.
Inspect for any damage to the crate and notify local distributor (and/or transport
company) immediately if any damage is observed.
Uncrating Instructions:
Carefully remove the crating and packing materials and all skid and pallet fasteners.
Be careful when cutting banding material as items may become loose and fall causing
personal harm or injury. Always wear gloves when uncrating the machine to prevent
scratches, abrasions, or cuts due to the contact with packing materials. Retain all
packaging in the event you need to return any parts for warranty or servicing.
Carefully unpack and inventory all items. Familiarize yourself with all components
before beginning set up and assembly.
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2.2 Equipment and Servicing
1. Check List
Standard Configuration:
Computer
Post
Monitor
Cabinet
Software
Printer
Target
1
1
1
1
1
1
1 set
Wheel Clamp
Wheel Stopper
Steering Wheel Holder
Brake Depressor
Manual
Power cord
5
4
2
1
1
1
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Warning!
Please use the original accessories produced by manufacturer. The
manufacturer is not liable for any damage or injury caused by improper use.
2. Camera Care
Keep hand and tools away from camera.
No grease on the lenses. Use neutral detergent with soft cloth to clean lenses if
necessary. Do not use neutral detergent directly onto the lenses.
3. Target Care
Keep targets clean, handle with care
●
●
●
●
Both hands should be clean when using target.
Keep hands and tools away from surface of targets.
Keep wheel clamp and target firmly attached, avoid drop of targets.
No grease on the surface of targets, use designated cleaner and soft cloth to
clean target. Do not use soft cloth from workshop.
Warning: When the aligner system cannot detect color line on the targets, clean the
target with care first. When the targets are not in use, attach the target with clamp
and store them on the cabinet. Do not put target face downward onto any surface.
Warning: Do not use water on the target and forbidden to use pressurized water to
clean the target, or use detergent to clean directly. Improper use may break the
target.
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III. Installation Guide
3.1 Installation Environment Check
3.1.1 Camera Beam Position
Diagram: Distance between post and wall
Diagram: Distance between cameras to center of turn table
Diagram: Offset between Camera beam and turn table
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L
1800
2000
2200
2500
2800
H
550
550
600
600
600
3.1.2 Lift Levelness
All eight measurement points has to be within 2 mm
Diagram: Requirement for Lift Levelness
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3.2 Positioning
Diagram: Positioning
Measure the distance between two inner side of the runway of the lift and find its
center point. Shown as A and B. Find the center line of the lift using those two points.
With turn table locked, at the alignment level, find the center point of the turn table.
Link the two center points of the turn table, as shown as C.
From the center line of the turn table, measure L1. Mark the first position of the post
Mark the four point for the base of the post. Shown as E and D points.
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3.3 Installing wheel clamps and target
3.3.1 Installing wheel clamps
Caution: Different wheel may have different clamping mechanism. Special fingers
may be required when using high end wheel.
Only using universal wheel clamp to do run out compensation.
3.3.2 Fixing targets
Please check if the wheel clamp is firmly attached to wheel. Lightly lubricate the
socket pins of the measurement board to protect the pin and socket. Please mount
two small targets in the front and bigger one in the rear. Please keep the spirit level
upside.
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3.4 Installing/Removing brake depressor
Ensure properly installing brake depressor. Place a cloth underneath if necessary.
After run out compensation, fit the brake clamp for further measurements.
3.5 Installing/Removing steering wheel holder.
The steering wheel holder must hold the steering wheel in position and blocks the
wheels.
1. Place the steering wheel holder on the seat and press the plate against the seat.
2. Slide the arms downwards against the seat.
3. Release the holder so that pressure is exerted on the steering wheel by way of
the seat cushion.
4. Remove in the reverse order.
Ensure properly installing steering wheel holder. Place a cloth underneath if
necessary. After run out compensation, fit the brake clamp for further
measurements.
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3.6 Assemble Calibration Kit
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Connect two base support for calibration bar, use screw to lock them.
Place the base support for calibration bar to adjustable connection tool.
Place the base support bar to wheel clamps.
Install the knob to wheel clamp and fix them together.
Connect two-piece calibration rod together, make sure the screw is at the right
position.
6. Install the knob to calibration rod.
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3.7 Placement of calibration fixture and targets
1. Place calibration fixture in front and rear position. A=B=C=D; LA=LB=LC=LD.
2. Place four right trangle tool to each hole of calibration bar.
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3.
Level the right triangle tool and lock them.
4. Put the 3m tape measurement in the right triangle tool and fixed one side at 100
mm.
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5. Put two 3m long tape measurement in the right triangle tool from front to rear
of the calibration fixture.
6. Adjust the calibration fixture until both side are equal.
7. Put two 5m long tape measurement in upper right triangle tool and fix them at
100 mm.
8. Place two 5m tape measurement from front to rear calibration bar diagonally.
9. Adjust the calibration fixture so diagonally are equal.
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10. Adjust until both A/A and B/B are equal.
Wheelbase(Center)
Side(A)
Diagonal(B)
2300
2270
2298
2400
2370
3073
2500
2470
3151
2600
2570
3231
2700
2670
3312
2800
2770
3391
2900
2870
3476
3000
2970
3557
3100
3070
3643
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IV. Software
4.1 Opening/Closing Alignment software
Switch on power supply and push the power button to start the computer. The
computer should start the alignment software automatically. In case the alignment
software does not start, click on the
icon to start the alignment software.
If you do not see a shortcut for the alignment software, please make sure your
alignment software is properly installed; contact your local service center if
necessary.
4.2 Hot keys
Wheel aligner uses an IBM standard keyboard, there are 12 function keys from F1 to
F12 located on the top of keyboard. There are also specific function keys located on
the right side of keyboard, such as “Page Up”, “Page Down”, “Enter” “Home” and
arrow direction keys. Instructions for these function keys will be mentioned in
following sections and you will find their use very convenient.
F10 - Help
Version
PgUp - Previous
PgDn - Next
Home - Press HOME key under any screen to go back to software
main menu screen
Warning: Please do NOT switch off power supply directly to shut down the computer.
Switching off power directly may affect proper operation of the Microsoft Windows
system.
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Diagram: Main screen
Help
Previous
Next
Clear run out
ESC –Exit program
Version Info
Management
4.3 Visual Check
Click
Or press F1 to enter visual check.
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Diagram: Visual Check
Defective, replacement needed
Warning, repair needed
Normal, no action needed
Next: Enter next screen
Print: Print check table or check report as desired
4.4 Standard Measurement
After visual check,click standard measurement to enter measurement screen. Or
click
or press F2.
Standard measurement: Select customer → Select vehicle manufacturer → Run
out compensation → Caster Measurement → Rear Axle Measurement → Live
Caster Adjustment → Front Axle Measurement → Print.
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1. Select
info.
Enter customer info. Click “new customer” and enter customer
Diagram: Standard Measurement- Selecting customer
Diagram: Enter license plate number
2. Select vehicle model
. Select vehicle specification, Select vehicle
manufacturer, year and model.
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Diagram: Standard measurement- select vehicle model
Click next to enter manufacturer spec page.
Diagram: Standard measurement – manufacturer spec
3. Click next or
to enter run out compensation.
During the alignment process, run out compensation is very important. Without run
out compensation may result in inaccurate alignment reading in toe and camber
value.
Before enter next screen, please make sure both turn tables are locked and wheel
stoppers are in place.
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Before enter next screen, please place rear wheel stopper away from the tire, this
distance may differ depending on the size of the tire.
Follow instructions indicated in the software:
1) Install and level targets,
2) Install steering wheel holder,
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3) Release brake,
Diagram: Standard measurement- run out compensation
After the last 3 steps, click Next or PgDn to continue
Caution: Please note the top right corner may appears “STOP” sign. If it appears,
please keep vehicles still. During the “STOP” sign shown on the screen, any
movement may results in inaccurate alignment reading.
Diagram: Standard Measurement: Run out compensation
After first measurement, Push vehicle backwards 40 degrees, till the process is 100%
finished, software display “STOP” to guide the operator stop.
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Diagram: Standard Measurement: Run out compensation
Once the bar is fully green, software reads 2nd value.
Diagram: Standard Measurement: Run out compensation
Push forward, push vehicle back to its original position until the progress bar is
green.
Caution: Because one of the wheel stopper is at its original position, vehicle should
stop at very close to 0 position. Move wheel stopper if needed.
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Diagram: Standard Measurement: Run out compensation
Push vehicle back to original 0 position, unlock turn tables and click next for next
step.
Diagram: Standard Measurement: Run out compensation
Click next to finish run out compensation.
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4. Caster measurement
.
Caution: Caster measurement is disabled before full run out compensation is
completed
Option of 10 or 20 degree can be select in settings.
Enter caster measurement screen, software initializing. Centering steering wheel first
and then follow instruction to turn steering wheel. After center steering wheel,
screen will confirm and start caster measurement.
Diagram: Standard measurement - Caster
Diagram: Standard measurement - Caster
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Turn steering wheel left 10 or 20 degree (depending on settings) until screen shows
“stop”. Keep steering wheel still until the 10 or 20 degree with red background
change to OK in green background.
Diagram: Standard measurement - Caster
Turn wheel to right 10 or 20 degree until screen shows stop, follow the same
procedure as previously indicated.
Diagram: Standard measurement - Caster
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Diagram: Standard measurement - Caster
Center steering wheel after taking 10 or 20 degree at both side.
5. Rear Axle
After caster measurement, software enters rear axle reading automatically. Follow
the instruction and physically centering the steering wheel.
Diagram: Standard measurement – Rear Axle
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Diagram: Standard measurement – Rear Axle
Rear axle screen displays rear camber, individual toe, total toe and thrust angle. All
meters have manufacturer spec and tolerance. It displayed in order of minimum
acceptable value, manufacturer value and maximum acceptable value. The
background of meter indicates the value in acceptable range or not.
Red background indicates out of tolerance
Green background indicates within acceptable
tolerance
Blue background indicates close to
manufacture value
When the reading is out of manufacturer tolerance, the wheel beside the meter
indicate the direction of the wheel that is out of tolerance.
Zoom in:Double click live reading value can zoom in or use arrow key
on the keyboard and click enter to zoom in
Illustration diagram: Indicates a illustration diagram is available.
Raised mode: Raising the vehicle and lock camber value
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6. Live caster adjustment
After rear axle reading, enter live caster adjustment screen.
Diagram: Standard measurement – Live Caster
Live caster display: Camber, Caster and toe.
Note that live caster function is an estimated value of caster.
7. Front Axle
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Diagram: Standard measurement – Front Axle
Front axle displays: Camber, individual toe, total toe and setback.
Toe+: Toe adjustment
Diagram : Toe+
Enter super toe screen. The screen will instruct you to turn steering wheel straight
ahead. Level and lock targets. Press Page Dn.
Diagram: Toe+
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Turn steering wheel to left repairing position, level the target and follow instruction
on the screen.
Diagram: Toe+
Adjust left toe.
Diagram: Toe+
Turn steering wheel right to repairing position and follow instruction on screen.
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Diagram: Toe+
After the measurement, software gets required data and compare its data to
manufacturer data, adjust the value to green or blue.
Diagram: Toe+
Toe Curve: VAG adjustment
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Diagram: Toe Curve
8. Print
Diagram: Standard measurement - result
The result page display all measurement values, red means out of range, black
indicates normal. The left side is before adjustment value, center is manufacturer
value and right side is after adjustment value.
Print: Prints a report with all info acquired and customer info
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Manufacturer Value: enter manufacture spec page
Compare: compare values with previously measurement report
4.5 Quick Measurement
From main screen, click
or F3 to enter quick measurement
Quick measurement:Select vehicle → Run out compensation → Front/Rear Axle
→ Print.
1. Select vehicle
Diagram: Quick Measurement – Select vehicle manufacturer, year and model
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Diagram: Quick Measurement – Manufacturer spec
2. Run out compensation
.
After selecting vehicle spec, do run out compensation and follow instruction
indicated.
Diagram: Quick Measurement – run out compensation
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3. Front/Rear Axle
.
Caution: Front/Rear Axle screen is disabled before doing complete run out
compensation.
Diagram: Quick Measurement –Front / Real Axle
Front/Rear Axle screen displays front and rear camber, front and rear toe, front and
rear total toe and thrust angle.
4. Print
.
Diagram: Quick Measurement –Print
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4.6 Aligner Management
From main screen, click
or press F5 on keyboard to aligner
management. Using this screen to access version number, settings, maintenances,
customer information and database management.
Diagram: Aligner Management

Click
icon or press F1 to display software versions.

Click
icon or press F2 to changes aligner settings
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Diagram: Aligner setting with selection of display language
Settings:
F1:Language: Use “PgDn” to confirm.
F2:Demo mode: Software displays each screen without connecting cameras. In
demo mode, use
Ctrl+left arrow key to demo vehicle moving forward and turning steering left or
Ctrl+right arrow for vehicle moving backward or turning steering right.
F3:Caster Sweep: 10 or 20 degree.
F4:Measurement Mode:Four wheel or two wheel mode.
F5:Unit of measurement:Choose 1/60 degree or 1/100 degree.
F6: Unit of rim diameter and distance display: choose mm or inch.
F7:Toe value unit:choose degree、inch or mm.
If select mmm or inch as toe unit, enter tire diameter before measurement.
F8:Value precision:choose 0.01, 0.05 or 0.1, rounding of measurement result.
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 Click
or F3 enter maintenance screen
Enter password“muenster”。
In this screen, calibrate aligner as target calibration, camera frame calibration, lift
level calibration and thrust angle calibration.
Diagram: Simplified camera calirbation
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Diagram: Aligner test
Diagram: target calibration
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Diagram: Aligner Calibration
Diagram: Lift Calibration

Click
or press F4 to enter database management. Enter password as
“muenster”。
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Diagram: Database management
Database management include vehicle database and customer database
management. Operator can enter custom vehicle specs into database.
Database manager:

Click
or click F1 to add vehicle spec. Use arrow key to select
manufacture. Click F1 again if the manufacturer is not available. When adding a
new manufacturer, select nation first
Diagram: Select manufacturer
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Diagram: Selection nation of manufacturer
Diagram: Enter the nation of manufacturer Diagram: Manufacturer name
Press PgDn to enter vehicle spec screen. Use arrow key to access different blocks.
Diagram: Vehicle spec
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After input data, press PgDn or next. Leave blank if data is not available.
Diagram: Vehicle Spec – Front Axle
After enter front axle info, press PgDn to next screen.
Diagram: Vehicle Spec – Rear Axle
Press PgDn when finished to enter next page-leaving factory data.
Screen displays all data input. Check back and edit data by using PgUp to go back to
previous page. Press PgDn to enter leaving factory data screen when finished
editing. When all finished, press PgDn to save data. Go back to databank
manager screen when finished.
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
Click
or F2 to edit manufacturer spec.

Click
or F3 to update vehicle data.
Only authorized technician should perform database update. Improper operation
may cause database corrupted
Exit SureAlign alignment software by press ESC key once, then press F8 , enter service
password.
Get database update file from the manufacture or authorized local distributor
Copy supply.xpd or replace.xpd in root of C drive >> ie. C:/
Note: Supply.xpd will add new data to the existing database, thus may duplicate data.
Replace.xpd will check and compare existing database then add only newer data to
the database.
Attention: If customized data is entered and have the same vehicle name, year and
model, the customized data may have been erased.
Once either the supply.xpd or replace.xpd is under C:/ root drive, click “aligner
software” icon on the desktop to run alignment software. From the home screen,
press F5-F4, enter service password, then F3. The alignment program will
automatically update vehicle data. The middle of screen displays processing
window. When upgrade is finished, this window disappears.
Diagram: Updating vehicle database

Click
or F4 to use customer management.
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Diagram: Customer info Management
Customers’ names are listed on the left side of screen. Select customer name by Up
or Down arrow direction key. Right side of screen displays information of selected
customers.
Press F8 or F9 or F11 to sort customers’ name by required sequence.
Press F1 to add a new customer. Operator can input new customer data under new
customer screen.
Press F2 to edit customer’s information.
Press F3 to delete selected customer. Press PgDn to confirm.
Press Page Down to exit customer information manager screen. Press HOME to go
back to main menu screen.

Click
or F5 to set workshop info
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Diagram: workshop information
In this screen, you can customize workshop info. Enter workshop name, telephone
number, fax or slogan and this will show on the print report.
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V.Technical data
5.1 Measuring Range
Options
Total Toe(Front and Rear Axle)
Individual toe(Front axle)
Camber(Front and Rear Axle)
Setback
Thrust Angle
Caster
King pin
Wheelbase
Track width
Tire Diameter
Range
±50°
±25°
±15°
±9°
±9°
±22°
±22°
1.6-2.1m
1.8-4.5m
250-800mm
5.2 Power supply unit
Function
Power supply(voltage)
Frequency
Power
Specification
220 – 240 V
50/60Hz
1Kw
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Appendix I . Faults in operating sequence
Description
Remedy
Computer
not start
does Check power cable is firmly connected, check if the computer
switch lights on.
Check the power bar is working properly
Check fuses in cabinet
Check power cable
Check if power cable has output voltage
Contact local authorized service centre
No display on
Check if monitor switched on
monitor
Check if cable is firmly connected
Check power cable
Check VGA or DVI cable is connected
Contact local authorized service centre
Computer shuts
After a power surge, computer software may become
off due to power corrupted. Use backup software if available to restore to a
surge, after
previous working point. If reloading from OS needed, Contact
restart,
local authorized service centre
alignment
software does
not start.
Screen shows a
1. Check if the target has color lines or if the target is in the
black screen in
measuring range. Adjust the target position if needed.
alignment
2. If the target does not have color lines, but both targets are
software and
in the range, this can be the problem with both targets
does not close.
overlapping and interruption within the measuring range.
3. If the target does not have color lines, but both targets are
in the range, no disturbance objects founts, target may be
dirty. Clean target with care.
4. Cannot see target clear, but red LED beside camera is
flashing. Use a cellphone camera to check if the LEDS are
lighting up. Use front camera on an iphone as the rear camera
of iPhone as a special filter. Check power adaptor has output
voltage.
5. No target seen on the screen, exit software and rerun
alignment software.
Contact local authorized service centre if needed.
After
runout Measurement is interrupted during the measurement. Redo
compensation,
the run out compensation and check value.
camber or toe Contact local authorized service centre if needed
value is very big
Windows starts 1. HASP key not found:
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ok but alignment
software
does
not start


No software key is found on the computer
Software key is plugged in but no red light on it, check
driver is properly installed.
 If driver is not installed properly, download software key
driver from HASP.com。
Contact local authorized service centre if needed.
2. Fail to create empty document.
This means database is corrupted
Recover database by going to c:/program files/wheel
aligner/carcon
Delete ~carcon3.xpd
Rerun alignment software.
Check Settings in User Access Control and change the setting
to Never
Control panel- User account and Family safety- user accountchange user account
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Contact local authorized service centre if needed
3. Executable software does not match software key.
Camera screen Reconnect USB cable from camera to computer first. If does
shows white?
not solve the problem, check connect from USB cable to
camera. Change cable if necessary. Contact local authorized
service centre if needed
Restore camera Main screen——F5——F3——enter password as ” admin”—
data?
—F3——select backup data——open.
Backup camera Main screen——F5——F3——enter password as” admin”—
data
—F2——press f4 6 times——enter password as “admin”——
save.
Check if post is Use magnetic level to check if the post is leveled or not.
leveled?
Camera
3mm、4mm、5mm Allen key.
adjustment
tools?
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Appendix II. Calibration Bar adjustment
1. Adjustment procedure
1. Repeated install/remove the connection joint to ensure the accuracy at the joint
(at least 5 times.)
2. Tight the two screws on the joint, make sure the joint is firmly attached.
3. Lock the top and bottom screw on the calibration bar and ensure the calibration
bar is fixed.
4. On one side of calibration bar, install a dial meter as illustrated below.
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5. Loose the limiting tool so the calibration bar can be rotated.
6. Slowly rotate the camera bar, check the dial on dia meter and record the low and
high point.
7. Adjust the screws on the calibration bar , loose one side then tight the other side
as shown below.
8. Follow 6 and 7 until the run out is less than 0.03mm.
9. Adjust one side then the other side, until both calibration bar are within
0.03mm.
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2. Warning
1. Before adjustment, make sure the clamp is firmly touching floor or surface, no
movement is allowed.
2. During the adjustment, rotate the bar slowly in one direction. Rotate 10 or 20
degree each time. Check the value when it is still, find the high and low points.
3. During the measurement, do not use too much pressure, calibration fixture
cannot move during the adjustment. If it is moved, redo the process.
4. After the adjustment, store the calibration bar in a safe location. Handling with
care during the transportation. If damaged during the transportation, repeat this
procedure.
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