Chipping tools or so-called flash-tools

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Learn what you need to know about Flash tools with us without obligation and for free. Flash tools are used to read and write software on the engine control unit (for cars, trucks, agricultural machines or ships)..

There are many chipping tools, as well as different tools for various settings, which differ in protocols and security mechanisms.

  • The protocols first allow access to the engine control unit
  • Security mechanisms are important for not damaging the control units during the flash procedure and to perform a successful chipping process, i.e. performance enhancement.

Master and Slave Tools

Regarding flash tools, we differ between master and slave devices. Performances are the same for both devices. These two systems differ only in price and usage method. With Master devices, there is a standalone device, whereas Slave devices run through your provider which provides them with all relevant data for their work.

We have tested many different chip adjustment tools and therefore we only offer the best devices.

We have tested many different chip adjustment tools and therefore we only offer the best devices.

  1. NEW Genius OBD tool from Dimsport house impresses with its reliability, high quality and, of course, regular updating. Versatile and always updated protocols for almost all cars, trucks, manufacturers of agricultural machines provide our range of settings for many vehicles. The New Genius OBD tool supports CAN bus and K / L line and is delivered with an internal memory that can be upgraded.
  2. In addition to New Genius OBD tool, we also offer New Tradata tool. Vehicles that cannot be subjected to a flash procedure can be read or programmed using this BDM / BOOT tool. New Trasdata tool also provides chipping for petrol and diesel vehicles that are protected against chipping or where access through OBD is disabled. The tool supports all microprocessors in the ECU sector: BDM, JTAG and Boot. This allows full reading with and programming on the control unit:
  • EPROM or ROM memory
  • Microcontroller (CPU)
  • Serial EEprom