Noregon’s new Data Link Adapter Kit improves heavy-duty truck performance

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WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — Noregon Systems has introduced a new Data Link Adapter (DLA) kit for heavy-duty truck service applications.

By providing a simple link between vehicle components and Windows-based PCs, the DLA gives truck technicians the ability to perform extensive vehicle analysis and diagnostics. Noregon will be selling the DLA through Thomas Built service shops nationwide, and directly to the Freightliner, Sterling and Western Star dealer networks.

Contents of the DLA kit include: Data link adapter; Standard IEEE 1284 interface cable; Installation guide; RP-1210A API single use license; 6-pin and 9-pin Deutsch Y-adapter

Noregon is offering the DLA at US$525.00 through Dec 31, 2003. Pricing for 2004 is yet to be determined.

"The DLA, which is the latest offering in our JPRO family of software products, is designed to be all that a technician needs for vehicle to PC connections," notes Bill Hathaway, president of Noregon Systems. "Designed by Noregon engineers with years of experience in the trucking industry, the DLA is built to withstand the rigors of the truck service bay environment."

Detailed information, such as SAE connections, PC requirements, Operating System requirements and DLA application downloads, is available at

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