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TEXA ELIGHT HEADLIGHT ALIGNMENT SYSTEM
TEXA eLight HEADLIGHT ALIGNMENT SYSTEM

TEXA's new eLight headlight alignment system derives from our understanding that headlight clusters in modern vehicles are becoming ever more sophisticated and are also being integrated with other electronic components such as radar, camera and steering assist systems. In just a few years, headlights have been transformed from mechanical components into electronic systems.


eLight is the first system of its type to integrate electronic diagnostics. eLight lets you work on headlights without having to switch continuously between alignment tool and diagnostic tool, and therefore cuts the time needed to complete a job by up to 50%.
The system is available in two versions, ONE and ONE D. Both share the same hardware characteristics, but while ONE communicates with AXONE Nemo and AXONE 5 display units to perform headlight alignment tasks, ONE D features a 7 inch, TFT, colour touch screen that lets you select and activate the various components of the headlight.

Functioning is extremely simple: you just need to plug the miniature Navigator NANO S interface into the vehicle's OBD socket. Navigator NANO S then dialogues with the eLight system via Bluetooth, identifying the model of vehicle and listing all the procedures required. If headlight adjustment is required, the integrated diagnostic system automatically switches the relevant control units to “setting” mode.


eLight enables you to perform all kinds of test on modern vehicle headlights, the technology of which is constantly evolving. Thanks to an aluminium body, eLight is lightweight and can easily be mounted on a trolley. The system incorporates a Fresnel lens that is much larger than those used by our competitors (340 x 200 mm) to cater for likely increases in the size of vehicle headlights.


eLight comes with a CMOS camera and laser visor for maximum photometric precision according to the strictest specifications of vehicle manufacturers who can demand, for example, reading accuracy of +/- 0.1% vertically and +/- 0.2% horizontally. Thanks to its built-in diagnostic capacity, eLight can also analyse the additional segments found in highly evolved lighting systems like AFS (Adaptive Front Lighting System) and GFHB (Glare Free High Beam). Another extremely useful functionality is the ability to print activity reports on a built-thermal printer, for presentation to the customer as proof of the work completed.




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