SHERPACOMBI Combined Emission Analyser

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The SHERPACOMBI Combined Emission Analyser is a British built PC based unit suitable for petrol and diesel vehicles. Standard features include a wireless diesel smoke head and engine speed/temperature readings taken via the EOBD socket using the multi RPM module, cables to break or trip over are a thing of the past! Every MOT test is stored to memory for instant retrieval. A Wi-Fi enabled PC is supplied as standard and includes a CD Rom, 19 inch colour monitor, keyboard and mouse. Unlike many other products on the market – the PC also comes with a 3 year warranty!

  • Every MOT test is stored to memory for instant retrieval and automatic print out of customer reminder letters.
  • Wi-Fi enabled PC, CD Rom, 19 inch colour monitor, keyboard mouse and printer.
  • Fast nationwide on-site support by dedicated UKAS accredited engineers.
  • 100% British Design & Manufacturing
  • GEA & DVSA Approved
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SHERPACOMBI Specifications
Approval Class 4, 7, HGV, PSV, RPC & SVA
Suitable for Petrol and Diesel Vehicles (both car & commercial)
Size of display 19″ colour monitor
Smoke head RADIO Wireless (remote operation of up to 100m)
Operating temperature -15°C – +40°C (all weather conditions)
RPM measurement EOBD or Battery
Temperature reading EOBD or dipstick
Weight of smoke head 5kg
Printer A4
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The SHERPACOMBI comes with a 3 year parts and labour warranty which is subject to proof of maintenance.

Warranty exclusions :
Accidental damage, vandalism (non-fair wear and tear), acts of nature and unauthorised repairs by non-Gemco service agents. Package prices are for U.K. Mainland only.

Consumable items including hoses, probes, printer paper, printer ink and filters.

We offer a wide range of service contracts, please contact 0844 249 8102 to discuss your requirements.

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2018-03-15T10:41:20+00:00 March 31st, 2014|