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Emission Measurement Tools Overview

Up-to-date overview of all available equipment for emission measurement.
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Go to page: MFS ACTIGAS AT857 7100

AT857 Multi-Functional Station


AT857 Multi-Functional Station

  • The cornerstone of diagnostic and emission testing stations of ACTIA CZ.
  • Combined emission testing station ACTIGAS 705 CZ is designed for complete emission measurement on spark ignition and compression ignition engines.
  • MFS is essentially a central control system which can be linked to a wide assortment of measuring and diagnostic modules from the Multi-Diag system to create a custom-made device based on the specific requirements of the repair shop or inspection station.

AT505 Analyser Module

  • Designed for emission inspection stations and petrol engine repair shops.
  • AT505 analyser module meets the requirements of OIML R 99/ Class 0
  • AT505 analyser module is a four- (five-) component gas analyser controlled from a personal computer (PC).
  • MID certification
Go to page: AT505 Analyser Module (for petrol engines)

Go to page: AT605 Smoke Meter Module (for diesel engines)

AT605 Smoke Meter Module

  • Designed for emission inspection stations and diesel engine repair shops.
  • The smoke meter is a device for measuring smokiness and is controlled from a PC.
  • It allows both stable and acceleration measurements.
  • AT605 4044 WLC OPAC KIT
    • This setup is used for replacement of cable interconnection between an opacimeter and a PC

AT532 5082 DIAG4 OBD BT


  • Expands the options of emission testing machines by adding the ability to read data from the OBD system.
  • Windows 7, 8.1, 10
  • Communication with passenger cars, trucks (production year 2007 and newer) and tractors.
Go to page: AT532 5082

Go to page: AT113 3027 RT Module 2

AT113 RT Module 2

  • RT Module 2 expands the options of emission testing devices by adding the ability to measure engine speed from voltage waviness in the on-board network of the vehicle.
  • Controlling and connecting the speed sensor to the vehicle is quick and easy.
  • The encoder is connected to the voltage of the on-board network of the vehicle using an adapter for the accumulator or a cable for the lighter socket.
  • The encoder can be used on both 12 V and 24 V on-board networks.

Last page update: November 8, 2018