Launch PAD 2 FrontLaunch UK has unveiled its latest Android-based diagnostic tool that brings an unrivalled level of user intuitiveness to the aftermarket.

The touch-screen X431 Euro Pad II uses the same award-winning vehicle diagnostic software as previous Launch X431 scan tools, but also features improved multi-manufacturer vehicle coverage, powerful special functions, accurate and ultra-fast live data and graphing, along with module coding capacities.

Launch PAD 2The product also features a specific “Golo” button, allowing independent garages to use telematics and remotely diagnose and fix specific vehicle issues via a Golo device fitted to the vehicle’s OBD interface.

The Launch next generation software suite also allows users to access OE-level Asian, European and Domestic applications for module coding, to perform resets, as well as re-learns and bi-directional capabilities. The Pad II also supports the use of Launch extension modules such as Multimeter Scope Box, 4 Channel Oscilloscope, Sensor Simulation and Endoscope Inspection camera.

Dave Richards, Launch UK managing director, said: “The X431 Euro Pad II brings a complete tablet experience to the aftermarket and the flexibility in installing third party Apps and software means it's a tool that can be completely customised to meet individual diagnostic needs.”

Key features include:

  • VIN recognition and Auto-ID available on vehicle systems and modules
  • View/Record up to 15 live data items at the same time
  • Real-time remote telematics diagnosis using GOLO
  • Customer management software linking to the Launch online user community.
  • Online fault code search and possible causes and solutions help files
  • Built-in vehicle maintenance and repair database
  • Easy ‘one-click’ updates over Wi-Fi
  • Class-1 Bluetooth 2.1 connector for optimum wireless connectivity
  • 10.1” high resolution IPS capacitive touch screen
  • 2MP front camera and 5MP rear camera with flash and video function
  • One year software subscription included no lock out period


Post By Mark Field