Solutions for the diagnosis and calibration of driver assistance systems


Specialists in the control of ADAS

Designed to guarantee safety and comfort while driving, the ADAS (Advanced Driver Assistance Systems) are ever more common in latest generation vehicles.
Cameras, radars, LIDARs and sensors must be recalibrated when replaced, but even when actions that affect them are required, such as: replacing the windscreen and bumper, repairing the suspensions, aligning the wheels, changing the tyres, replacing the engine control unit, etc.
Knowing how to intervene in this field is strategical to keep pace with the times and be able to offer customers first class assistance.
TEXA’s solutions allow performing static and dynamic calibrations and resetting the ADAS correctly, guaranteeing the safety of the drivers and of who carries out the diagnosis and calibrations.
The IDC5 software guides mechanics step-by-step throughout all the phases, thanks to the helps sheets specifically developed for each vehicle, offering a very wide CAR and TRUCK coverage, at least 30% higher compared to other solutions on the market.
Furthermore, to learn all the secrets of ADAS, there are two specialised courses available, D9C and D9T, developed by TEXAEDU.









A complete 360-degree offer impossible to do without

TEXA helps repair professionals operate on these sophisticated active safety devices, with a complete multi-brand offer that includes:

RCCS 3 (Radar and Camera Calibration System 3) available in two versions
CCS (Camera Calibration System)
A large availability of specific panels and accessories
Specialised training





two versions for a top-of-the-range solution

The unit, designed and engineered by TEXA, is available in two versions: RCCS 3 with Monitor and RCCS 3 with Panels.

Both include maximum constructive technology and exceptional components.
RCCS 3 with Monitor is the top product in terms of performance and speed as it uses the digital representation of the panels, whereas RCCS 3 with Panels is intended to guest physical targets.

TEXA’s solutions guarantee vast handling possibilities through a simple, quick, precise adjustment and can be used both with the toe and thrust axis check kit and in the optical alignment mode.
Two versions, two ways to approach work, but a unique result: maximum safety for drivers and for who performs the calibrations, made possible by the high practicality and precision of RCCS 3.



RCCS 3 with Monitor

RCCS 3 with Panels



RCCS 3 with Monitor

the digital innovation for calibrating ADAS


RCCS 3 with Monitor
is TEXA’s solution for setting radars, LIDARs, cameras and sensors through the digital representation of the panels.

In fact, it is equipped with a 75-inch HD screen, 4K definition, which always offers an optimal display, meeting the 1:1 proportion ratio in line with the specifications of every manufacturer.

Furthermore, it is important to highlight that it does not deform nor resize the images.
This way workshops are sure to operate in the most proper and safe way, without risking to alter the vehicle’s behaviour on the road.

RCCS 3 communicates with the IDC5 software and guides the mechanic, step-by-step, to the quick and automatic identification of the vehicle. The panel is selected and set in the monitor, with no possibility of error.

Thanks to continuous software updates that each time offer new vehicles and eventually new panels, and to the essential help sheets edited per make and model, users are sure to complete any operation with maximum precision and to the highest standards, relying on an extraordinary coverage.

Furthermore, the digitalisation of the panels allows clearing considerable space in the workshop that would otherwise be occupied by multiple physical panels.







in line with the specifications
of every manufacturer


but easy
to move and adjust


thanks to the digitalisation
of the panels







Intelligence and safety
thanks to the Mini “on-board” PC


An actual Mini PC built into the unit, installed in the version RCCS 3 with Monitor, guarantees the use of an intelligent system that synchronises the ICD5 software and the TEXA unit perfectly.
The images of the panels are transmitted and positioned automatically, based on the vehicle selection made. They are displayed through a linear, safe and quick process.








Precise, simple and quick
adjustments and movements


RCCS 3 is made up by a very robust main support, which height can be adjusted thanks to its electrical operation. Using practical knobs, it can be easily tilted to the side and forward.
A handhwheel and a laser level allow also performing millimetric side movements. On top of the unit there is another laser level, very useful for finding the centre of the vehicle simply pointing it onto the front logo. The horizontal adjustment bar is equipped with two distance measurers and a reflecting plate, the latter with a central laser for the front radar’s aiming. RCCS 3 is easy to move within the workshop thanks to its oversized pivoting wheels.

This technological equipment allows positioning RCCS 3 and aligning it correctly with respect to the vehicle and to the ground easily, with absolute precision and in complete safety.


Upward moving

Side shifting
only in the version with Monitor

Forward tilting
only in the version with Monitor
Side tilting





Absolute accuracy
a complete, turnkey job 


Before any calibration, other than verifying the alignment of RCCS 3 with respect to the vehicle, it is important to also check the ride height of the vehicle you are working on. To this end, in order to offer an even more complete and professional service, RCCS 3, in both versions, can be equipped with four CCD electronic detectors that can be installed either on the wheels, using the rim-clamping system, or on the sides of the horizontal adjustment bar.

The lightness of the detectors and the absence of connection cables between the front and the back, confer maximum practicality and absolute accuracy when measuring the vehicle angles.

Truly a complete, turnkey job.





An ad-hoc solution
for wheel alignment and toe


The high accuracy when checking the vehicle ride height is also guaranteed by the use of the TOE AND THRUST ANGLE CHECK, the software application that allows carrying out two types of operations:
- a quick check of the alignment of RCCS 3 with respect to the vehicle’s thrust angle and to the workshop’s floor;
- checking the wheel toe.

These procedures are essential for preparing the vehicle for the following camera and/or radar calibration phase.

CCD electronic detector, equipped with infrared sensors.





How it works

The operator first fits the four CCD detectors to the wheels and checks wheel alignment. He then removes the CCD sensors from the front wheels and mounts them on the RCCS 3’s adjustment bar to align the structure correctly with respect to the vehicle’s thrust line (referred to the back axle).

Below there is a practical example of unit alignment and wheel toe using the dedicated software:









Very performing
even with the optical alignment


Other than the version with toe and thrust axis check, RCCS 3 is also available in the highly performing optical alignment mode.
This configuration uses wheel clamps and was designed to complete all the operations on radars and cameras in a quick and precise way.



In order to align the vehicle, two practical aiming bands are used, onto which the lasers of the two distance measurers on the unit’s main axis are addressed.

Latest generation laser technology
The distance measurers provided by TEXA are the ideal solution to meet the most severe professional and precision criteria requested by workshops worldwide.







With the IDC5 software
all the information to support all operations


TEXA’s solutions must be used in combination with the IDC5 diagnostic software that allows completing any operation quickly.
In fact, the application provides specific diagnostic help sections for each make/model, with the instructions (such as panel height, distance from the vehicle, alignment, etc.) for the correct positioning of the unit, guiding you step-by-step throughout the procedures.
Furthermore, at the end of the calibration, you can print a report to hand over to the customer with the evidence of the operations carried out.












RCCS 3 with Panels

the version with physical targets


As already mentioned, RCCS 3 can also be purchased in an “entry level” configuration that has the same exclusive features of the top-of-the-range version but requires using physical panels in place of the monitor. This allows using the TEXA panels and accessories dedicated to calibration to complete any operation with maximum customer satisfaction.














the multi-brand kit for the calibration of cameras




CCS (Camera Calibration System) is designed to create the best combination according to your operational needs.

It is made up by a robust support on which the several panels divided by make are to be positioned. CCS can also be used with a graduated mat and two supports to centre the wheel axle through laser levels.

The manufacturing features of the Kit make it a basic solution that is extremely easy to use, handy and easy to carry, even outside the workshop.

CCS is perfect for those technicians who cannot permanently dedicate an area of their workshop only to the calibration of cameras: in fact, once the operations on one or several vehicles are complete, all the equipment can be disassembled and easily stored in a small space.














A large range of accessories

for a complete solution

TEXA’s ADAS solutions can be used in combination with other optional devices to work in depth on other electronic driver assistance systems, among which:


ACS allows calibrating 360° cameras and Dopplers* for VAG Group (AUDI, SEAT, SKODA, VOLKSWAGEN, LAMBORGHINI) vechicles. TEXA’s solution is featured by a great practicality being equipped with wheels that allow moving quickly within the workshop.

They are two very useful accessories as they allow calibrating the infrared camera, in a short time and with maximum precision, for the Mercedes and VAG Group vehicles in which it is installed.
It is an essential device from the point of view of road safety, which helps drivers detect in advance people or animals in the dark.
Positioned in front of the vehicle, the IR Calibration Target and Night Vision System simulate the presence of a warm body.

It is an essential device for calibrating the ultrasonic radars installed in vehicles of the makes HYUNDAI, HONDA, KIA, LEXUS, MAZDA, MITSUBISHI, SUBARU, TOYOTA. It is made up by a metal reflector cone, a laser and a goniometer jig to help the technician position the pyramid cone correctly. It can be used both for the front radars and for the side and rear radars.

This accessory also is needed to calibrate the blind spot radar. However, in this case it is an active simulator that responds to the frequency generated by the rear radar in MAZDA and VAG Group vehicles.

A modular kit that allows calibrating the 360° vision system in TOYOTA, LEXUS, SCION and SUZUKI vehicles equipped with this technology.





Calibration panels and accessories

To calibrate different ADAS systems, TEXA’s solution uses specific panels and accessories covering makes and models of many manufacturers.

Check the complete and always up-to-date coverage:









An ad-hoc system

for the TRUCK environment

The importance of ADAS for the safety of people is even clearer when applied to the world of heavy-duty vehicles. In fact, it is essential that trucks comply with certain behaviours when on the road, such as the distance from the preceding vehicle, the speed, how to overtake and therefore changing lanes, the capability of braking safely, etc.   

Therefore, even some truck and commercial vehicle makes need appropriate equipment to properly set the multifunction cameras, radars and sensors that control essential systems such as: the Adaptive Cruise Control, the Lane Departure Warning System, the Forward Collision Warning, the Advanced Emergency Braking System.

TEXA offers an adjustment system that includes a measuring bar, panels divided by make – dedicated to cameras and laser devices – that are essential for the correct alignment and calibration of WABCO, TRW and TRW/Knorr radars.
The TRUCK ADAS Kit also includes a set of clamps with laser pointers, the laser needed to adjust the Adaptive Cruise Control.
The TRUCK IDC5 software remains essential as it guides the operator step-by-step even through operations on vehicles that require a dynamic calibration with the on-road adaptation procedure.



Calibration panels and accessories

To calibrate different ADAS systems, TEXA’s solution uses specific panels and accessories covering makes and models of many manufacturers.

Check the complete and always up-to-date coverage:











Specific training

for the world of ADAS


TEXA believes offering customer training to be particularly important. Adequate technical competence and the correct use of diagnostic tools are critical factors for the success of a workshop business.
The teaching methods used in the courses are based on an ideal mix of theory and practical elements.
Practice plays a fundamental part, as it combines testing and simulations with the TEXA diagnostic tools owned by the repairers, stimulating a more active and dynamic participation and effective learning.




AIM: Learn the technical features and the operating modes of the advanced driver assistance systems and the operating modes, position and functions of the RADAR, LIDAR, camera, infrared camera, ultrasonic sensor technologies involved.
Learn the operating principle of the Park Assist, Lane Departure Warning, Adaptive Cruise Control, Forward Collision Warning, Adaptive High Beam Control, Pedestrian Detector, Blind Spot Detection, Park Assist, Night Vision, Drowsiness Detection systems.
Be able to carry out diagnostic and troubleshooting procedures using the diagnostic tool, and to interpret the errors, parameters, statuses, activations and adjustments pages.
DURATION: 8 hours (available also on-line)




AIM: By attending the D9T course, you will study the technical features and operating modes of the advanced driver assistance systems on heavy-duty vehicles, such as the lane departure warning, adaptive cruise control, blind spot detection.
Furthermore, the teaching module helps learning the position and functions of the technologies involved: radars, multifunction camera, sensors and actuators, infrared camera, ultrasonic sensors. Practical examples of static and dynamic calibration will be introduced, performing diagnostic and troubleshooting procedures using TEXA equipment.
DURATION: 8 hours (available also on-line)