Snap-on Inc. has updated the software interface of the John Bean B2000P wheel balancer to match that of its wheel aligners, making it easier for users to increase their productivity.
“The John Bean B2000P wheel balancer now has a software user interface that matches the look of John Bean wheel aligners, making the BP2000P software easier to use,” says Mariana Montovaneli, Marketing Manager of the John Bean brand.
“The interface offers a feature set for the B2000P to ensure our customers have the most intuitive and productive solutions available today.”
Enhancements to the John Bean B2000P interface include the Auto Data Entry feature that automatically detects all wheel sizes, resulting in automatic selection of balancing mode, weight type and positions.
Another element of the B2000P is 3D laser surface mapping, which uses a high-resolution camera and laser technology to provide sidewall analysis, as well as tire depth, wear and surface anomalies displayed on the screen. screen.
Adding optiLine software interface functionality to the John Bean B2000P improves accuracy, John Bean officials say. Since not all tires are the same, handling issues can develop, including vibration and pull. By suggesting the optimal location for each wheel in the set based on a set of pre-determined criteria, optiLine solves any traction or vibration related issues.