PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

Now there’s an advanced imaging alignment system that doesn’t require lots of training or experience to operate. With the latest XD target and camera system, the geoliner® features advanced technology, combined with the simplest, most intuitive software we’ve ever offered providing the essential tools for any alignment tech. It’s the best of both worlds.

  • Part Number:  EEWA712T

  • Video Speed Cameras Constantly Monitor Alignments, Providing Critical Information At Every Step

    The geoliner 660’s advanced XD cameras and sophisticated monitoring algorithms find errors as they’re made, detecting problems with suspension stress and damage, rack, clamps, environment, and more – notifying users only when necessary to save time and ensure accuracy on every alignment.

    • Compensate: Error is completely compensated with no notification to the user
    • Warn: Error is completely compensated with user warned when a correction was applied
    • Alert: Critical error leading to a bad alignment is detected; user notified that corrective action is required
  • Advanced Camera Systems

    • The camera beam automatically follow as the vehicle is raised by tracking the targets
    • High resolution cameras produce accurate, live alignment readings and diagnostic data
    • Video speed cameras constantly monitor the alignment and provide critical information to get the job done right
  • Exclusive Dimensioning and Productivity Features

    • Vehicle track width and wheelbase
    • Individual wheel side set and set-back
    • Patented EZ-TOE eliminates the need for steering wheel holder
    • Guided adjustments of single tire rod, drag link and cradle
  • Ride Height Measurement – Manual ride height to obtain proper alignment specifications for those vehicles requiring it

  • Patented EZ-TOE – Turn the front wheels and access difficult adjustment points while still displaying centered toe readings

  • Manufacturer Specifications – Extensive OEM specifications allow quick and accurate vehicle selection

  • Included Accessories:

    • AC200 Clamps
    • Brake Pedal Depressor
    • Color Ink-Jet Printer
    • Steering Wheel Holder
Expand ▼
geoliner 660 Brochure
File size : 247.74 Kb

AC200 Universal Wheel Clamps

feat-ac200universalwheelclamps

Fast and easy to use. Self-centering design for accurate measurement of the vehicle dimensions. Two-sided claws eliminate accessories and allow reliable clamping even over hub caps.

Attractive Toolbox Styling

feat-attractivetoolboxstyling

Featuring easy-rolling casters, storage for all attachments and a fully enclosed printer compartment.

VODI™

feat-vodi680

Veichle Orientation Directional Indicator (VODI) guides the technician through the measurement process. Reduces the amount of time spent walking back and forth from the vehicle to the aligner.

All new user interface

feat-allnewuserinterface

All new user interface with three levels of intervention — Compensate, Warn, Alert — with corrective actions clearly identified and more information just one click away.

Clamping range 12" - 24"
Tire diameter range Up to 7"
Tire diameter range
Power supply 115 VAC 1Ph 50/60 Hz
Track width 48" - 96"
Track width
Wheel base
Wheel base 79" - 180"
Display

in the newsmore news

Every tire technician knows weight placement is critical when balancing a wheel. You may find it surprising that many wheel balancers on the market simply place a line across the wheel leaving it up to the operator to estimate where the weight should be placed.
9/27/2018in Newsread more
As the original innovator in advanced imaging wheel alignment technology, we spend a lot of time speaking to customers and observing their work place. An issue alignment technicians encounter is that, while they follow the alignment procedure perfectly, they sometimes experience "crooked" steering wheels after they perform an alignment.
9/13/2018in Newsread more
Hofmann's geodyna® 9000P Wheel Balancing System is the only automated diagnostic wheel balancing system that offers touchless measurement and analysis.
8/31/2018in Newsread more