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Basically, a tachograph is a device that measures and records the speed and distance driven by a vehicle. The data are recorded in the form of graphics on a paper disk.
The new digital tachographs record those data on its embedded memory and also on the smartcard of the driver.
The Tachograph programmer CD400 calibrates and programs all analogue and digital tachographs.
Analogs: KTCO 1314/1318, Motometer EGK100, FTCO 1319, MTCO 1324/1390, TSU 1391, VR2400.
Digitals: DTCO 1381 (DTCO® 2.1 active), SE5000 (Exakt Duo), SmarTach, EFAS-4.
A Workshop Card is required to calibrate the digital tachographs
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